Jurors receive information from many sources - TV sound bites, the Internet, mobile phones, radio, etc. Coupled with the fact that 60% of Americans are visually dominant learners - this means that 6 out of 10 jurors need to see the evidence to fully comprehend it. PowerPoint for Litigators, copyright © NITA 2000 (reprinted by permission)
When jurors listen as you explain your case, they first try to picture it in their minds. Using a visual aid ensures that your jurors will form the same mental picture of the facts as you.
Since 1994, we have been at the forefront of using technology in the courtroom to present evidence (annually voted BEST since 2005 in the CT Law Tribune annual survey).
We combine a comprehensive understanding of the litigation process and courtroom procedures with deep technical expertise to become a seamless part of your trial team. From compiling trial databases to developing winning closing argument presentations, we are the litigation support firm of choice for law firms in Connecticut and New York, throughout New England, and beyond.
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