Preparing Demonstrative Evidence: Persuasion, Use of Technology and Ethical Boundaries

May 13, 2020 - 3 pm CDT | Register

You have a great case, but the judge or jury needs to understand some complex facts to make the correct decision. How do you do this? Demonstrative Evidence.

We will discuss affordable techniques and technologies to help your judge or jury absorb enough information quickly. We’ll start out discussing trial themes and how your presentation should match that theme. We will discuss the differences between demonstrative evidence and demonstrative aids, and remind you of learning styles that might influence how you present your case. We’ll review the law and the ethical boundaries of demonstrations and simulations, and what you should do for greatest effect.

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