30 William Mitchell Law Review 355 (2003-2004)
This article examines the development of computerized animation and its use in the legal field. It then analyzes the Minnesota Supreme Court's holding in Stewart and the consequences of that ruling. Finally, the article concludes that the court's decision failed to delineate a test for the district courts to apply when faced with the use of computerized animation in a criminal case.
Godden, Katherine A.
"Cartoon Criminals: The Unclear Future of Computer Animation in the Minnesota Criminal Courtroom—State v. Stewart,"
William Mitchell Law Review: Vol. 30
, Article 19.
Available at: http://open.mitchellhamline.edu/wmlr/vol30/iss1/19