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Charts and Graphs

Charts and graphs are a clear, concise way to convey information to a jury. While charts and graphs can now easily be included in PowerPoint presentations and computer animations, physical charts and graphs have a very distinct advantage. After the use of a PowerPoint presentation, the screen goes blank and lights come back up. Any and all information contained in the PowerPoint presentation is no longer readily accessible to a jury until deliberations begin. Physical charts and graphs, mounted on an easel can remain in direct view of the jury through witness examinations, cross-examinations, closing arguments and rebuttal. This means that a jury will be looking at and thinking about the information we present throughout the entirety of the trial, rather than just a few minutes.

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