What Can Trial Presentation Do for Your Case?
Trial presentations are a set of visual elements that assist in presenting an attorney’s case. With the population so full of visual learners, it is important to provide include graphics to make the case as clear as possible. When done well, it is possible to sway the opinion of an entire jury with a good trial presentation.
The term “trial presentation” does not to refer to one specific thing. Attorneys have to decide what best fits their case. Here is what a trial presentation could look like for you for you:
- Documentary evidence presented visually
- Printed trial boards
- PowerPoint presentations
- Computer animation
- Any combination of the above!
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