"My goal is to make the cases come alive," Linder said in a recent interview. "If a kid discovers a jellyfish at the beach, he's fascinated. If you give it to him in a petri dish in class, he's bored. The same is true with cases. It's important to put up these primary documents in a structured but quirky way and allow people to enjoy the richness of discovering" what a trial is all about, he said.

(New York Times, October 15, 1999)