Courts get tech makeover. Judges say electronics speed trials. " It's all about grabbing your audience. Good lawyers know that if you capture the jurors' attention, you just might earn their understanding. In an age of instant messaging, 3-D video games, and cellphone video, attorneys who opt for old-fashioned blown-up texts or photos on poster board can lose a jury's attention before saying a word. Nowadays a well-equipped attorney will bring Microsoft PowerPoint presentations and videoconferencing to courtrooms equipped with flat-screen monitors for the judge's bench, speaker phones, VCRs or DVD players, document cameras, overhead projectors, touch-screen annotation, scanners and monitors . . . "