Successful litigators are good storytellers: They are able to convey complex sets of facts and theories in a manner that is intelligible and persuasive to judge and jury.

Nothing aids a good storyteller more than good pictures. Being able to connect an oral statement to something visual is far more effective than either hearing or reading the statement. That’s why a live witness is far more persuasive than a printed deposition, and why a photograph is far more persuasive than a description.

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