Kenneth D. Padowitz
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Biography Cont'd: courtroom. The appellate court upheld this visual evidence in a written opinion - the first case law in the United States to allow the use of animation in a criminal trial. In Civil law, Ken won a           Lawyers

Faculty and Lectures Cont.: Faculty Instructor, University of North Florida, Institute of Police Technology and Management; Director, American Heritage High School, Plantation, Fl, Pre-Law program; Faculty Instructor, National Student Leadership Conference, American University, Washington D.C.; Broward Sheriffs Office, Detective training, 2005, Guest Lecturer, Scientific Evidence class, Computer Animation as Evidence, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996; Nova Southeastern University School of Law, Guest Lecturer, Student Orientation, 1987, 1988, 1989; Nova Southeastern University School of Law, Guest Lecturer, Trial Advocacy Class, Opening Statement, 1996; Nova Southeastern University School of Law, Guest Lecturer, The prosecution of Lionel Tate v. State of Florida, 2001; University of Florida, Gainesville, Lecture Presentation, Computer Animation as Evidence, 1997; St. Thomas Law School, Miami, Guest Lecturer, Computer Animation as Evidence, 1993; Broward State Attorney's Office, Lecture Presentation, County Court Division; Opening Statement, Closing Argument, Cross Examination, Direct Examination, Jury Selection 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001; Broward Sexual Assault Treatment Center, Guest Lecturer, Victims Rights, 1990; Anglia Polytechnic University, Great Britain, N.S.U., Ft. Laud., Guest Lecturer, Criminal Justice System,1996, 1997; M.A.D.D., Guest Speaker, Roundtable Discussion/Victims Rights, 1991; Plantation Police Department, Guest Lecturer, Roll call Training, 1986.
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verdict over Two Million dollars representing a Miami Hurricanes Football player who was attacked by the former Heavyweight World Boxing Champion, Shannon Briggs.

Reported Cases: The first admission of Computer Animation as evidence in a criminal or civil trial in the state of Florida. Ken's work was ratified in the first written appellate decision in a criminal case in the United States that upheld computer animation as evidence. State v. Kenneth Pierce, 718 So.2d 806 (4 DCA 1997)

Faculty and Lectures: Faculty Instructor, National Institute of Trial Advocacy and Fl. Prosecuting Atty. Assoc.; Faculty Instructor, University Of Florida Law School, Prosecutor/Public Defender course;

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