Expert witnesses can be crucial in trials involving highly technical topics, such as banking, technology, engineering, medicine or insurance. Working with your expert to create trial graphics to simplify and illuminate these technical topics is also crucial; without them, even the most attentive jury members may get confused and stop paying attention.
Before outlining the art of economical expert witness graphics, it is important to dispel any prevailing “myths” about trial graphics in general, because these myths truly get in the way of getting the most out of your demonstratives.
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