From the millennial generation to judges, everyone expects a competent level of technology in the courtroom. In fact, professionals such as Sean Oates, owner of Trial Visuals, are often consulted “to do creative things like how to teach the jury visually.” As Oates explains, “People in general and milennials in particular—you can’t expect them to learn just by telling them something.”

With the presence of sufficient technology in an integrated courtroom, attorneys can smoothly and easily play clips of witness testimony in closing arguments, showcase images of evidence and scientific tests, and broadcast recordings of police bodycams and police radio. A courtroom that can provide the integrated technology for this also has the capabilities to capture the clips directly for the court...