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Tip #3: Choose Colors that Help Clarify Your Presentation

Written on March 8, 2012 at 10:00 am, by

The colors you select for your presentation will influence how your audience interprets and remembers the facts of your case. In the case below, we created graphics to present numerous financial transactions. Our client, the trustee, wanted the judge to “see” what had taken place prior to the debtor filing for bankruptcy.  We selected colors that wouldContinue Reading

Tip #1: Demonstrative Evidence: Keep it Simple

Written on March 17, 2011 at 4:02 am, by

When designing effective demonstrative evidence, you want to educate your jury, not overwhelm them. First, decide exactly what message you want the graphic to convey. Second, gather the necessary information to support the chart. Third, the key to creating a successful graphic is to keep it simple. Don’t try to make too many points onContinue Reading