During Edward Glasmann's trial for assualt, kidnapping, attempted robbery, and obstruction, prosecutors showed a PowerPoint presentation as part of closing arguments. Slides included Glasmann's booking photo, with the word "GUILTY" printed over Glasmann's face.
Last week, the Supreme Court of the State of Washington ovetturned Glasmann's convictions, finding that the PowerPoint amounted to prosecutorial misconduct, and was "flagrant and ill-intentioned."
WSJ Law Blog
H/T: Legal Blog Watch