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Lawyer Fail: George Zimmerman's Attorney Uses The Wrong Videoconferencing Solution

July 11, 2013 | Joshua Parker

George Zimmerman

Unless you have been living in a cave, you are probably aware of the George Zimmerman trial for the killing of Travyon Martin. If you have followed the trial you have noticed many ups and downs in both the prosecution and the defense's case. As the defense rests and both sides start to go into closing arguments the nation will be on edge while we wait for the jury to come up with a verdict.

Those of us who follow videoconferencing trends are particularly interested in the use of VC in a nationally televised trial. We wanted to take a moment to highlight a humorous moment that happened midway through the trial and show you how important picking the correct videoconferencing platform may be.�

Fortunately, many courts have figured out how to properly utilize videoconferencing. Here are a few recent examples:

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Remember, when you are looking for the correct videoconferencing solution you can learn about all the latest trends in the 2013 Telepresence Options Magazine and Catalog. You can also get access to the latest news and updates by following us on social media platforms to include Twitter, Facebook and Google+. We also publish a monthly newsletter to wrap up any news that you might have missed. The Telepresence Options team is committed to providing you with the information you need to make the right decisions for your visual collaboration environment.�

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