The plaintiff's lawyer is broadcasted to the courtroom and to the public on this screen, and on each participant’s screen locally (physically in the courtroom) or online at distance.
The live broadcast of the lawyer is placed on the screen that is out of the lawyer’s sight. Reason? Studies and tests completed show a correlation between the lawyer’s distraction and the large video feed of his presentation.
The witness is displayed on the opposite extreme display screen of the presenting lawyer’s screen. The witness is naturally inclined to look at the lawyer questioning him. A witness has to answer the asked questions by looking directly at the judge. Naturally, the body positioning of the witness will be impacted by the physical placement of the lawyer. By having the screen out of sight of the witness, we have found that the concentration of the witness is less impacted by the large video broadcast of his image.