Below is a sample of relevant Illinois Case Law.

This is a review of the relevant Illinois Case Law regarding use of video at Trial.

Barenbrugge v. Rich, 141 Ill. App. 3d 1046, 490 N.E. 1368 (1st Dist. 1986) holds that a videotape of a Day in the Life of a plaintiff in a medical malpractice action, which was an accurate portrayal of his condition and circumstances and whose probative value was not questioned was properly admitted. Videotape and photographs are properly admitted if their probative value is not outweighed by the inflammatory effect.

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