In the courtroom, a picture is still worth a thousand words, but video can be priceless. Often, “what” was said is not nearly as important as “how” it was said.
Video can illuminate the nuances of body language, tone of voice and attitude. It helps the jury put faces with names and establish a context for events. Hours spent in front of video’s twin sister, the family TV, have trained jurors to focus on the video screen — providing counsel with a dramatic and objective technology that can be used to catch opposing witnesses contradicting themselves.
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