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Understanding the Process Behind Animations

July 22nd, 2016|Blog|

Snapshot from a cell animation In our blog "Attention Spans and the Modern Jury", we discussed the increased need for visual demonstratives at trial. With attention spans rapidly shrinking, today’s lawyers need help holding jurors’ attention and ensuring the jury will retain pertinent information. Studies show that visuals improve information recall and allow people to [...]

Discovery in Digital World CLE in Philadelphia on August 17th

July 19th, 2016|Events|

Modern Investigative Techniques: Cybersecurity through Computer Forensics Happy Hour CLE presented by Precise, Inc. The exponential growth of data creation in modern society continually impacts litigation from cyber exposure risk management to computer forensics best practices. The proliferation of mobile devices, new communication methods, and web-based platforms presents opportunities for hackers to steal data and [...]

A New Jury Research Tool in Wilmington

July 15th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: Tori Rector, Flickr Creative Commons Precise is proud to introduce Predict™, a jury research tool that applies the science of statistics to litigation to predict results. For years lawyers have used focus groups and mock juries to gain valuable insight on a case before bringing it to trial. However, the cost and time involved [...]

The Power of Video in Trials

July 7th, 2016|Blog|

Screenshot from a day-in-the-life video The rise of Youtube in the 11 years since its founding has transformed the internet - and the way we process information. With over 4 billion videos viewed daily on YouTube alone - and even more via streaming services such as Netflix, news sites, and even short video platforms such [...]

How to Effectively Use Technology in the Courtroom

June 24th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: jeff4379, Flickr Creative Commons For over 15 years, Precise has been providing trial support services in Pittsburgh. We know the importance of making a good impression on a jury with your presentation. Today’s average juror watches over 5 hours of TV a day, making technology an important visual medium in the courtroom. But how [...]

Attention Spans and the Modern Jury

June 21st, 2016|Blog|

Screenshot from an auto accident animation According to a recent survey, you would have an easier time presenting your case to a tank of goldfish than to the average human. That’s because in the 16 years since the rise of smartphones, the average human attention span has fallen from 12 seconds to 8 seconds, while [...]

The Benefits of Using Trial Presentation Consultants

June 9th, 2016|Blog|

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then imagine the value of a professional, cutting-edge trial presentation! Post-trial interviews with jurors in mock trials and focus groups repeatedly demonstrate that jurors have the highest recall for evidence that was visually presented rather than what was simply spoken. Jurors often want to be shown proof, [...]

How Animation Can Aid Your Litigation

June 2nd, 2016|Blog|

Screenshot of blood flow animation A successful litigation often comes down to how persuasively you can explain your theory of what happened. You call on experts and witnesses to testify and present photographs, documents, charts and graphs to illustrate your point. But how do you bring all that information together to clearly and compellingly make [...]

How Using the Right Technology Affects Trial Presentation

May 27th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: walknboston, Flickr Creative Commons As we discussed in our previous blog, utilizing technology in trial presentation has become the norm. Our society is increasingly familiar with technology, and it is the most common medium by which people get their information. The old presentation style of poster board exhibits and simple graphics simply doesn’t cut [...]

How to Utilize Technology for Powerful Trial Presentations

May 20th, 2016|Blog|

Photo: Joe Gratz, Flickr Creative Commons A good litigator will periodically revisit the question, “How effective are my trial presentations?” As society and technology evolve, so too should your presentations. Technology is now considered standard in most trial settings, and jurors expect a certain level of technical savvy in case presentation. It is important, therefore, [...]