Courtroom Graphics Play A Key Role in the Outcome of Trials

When presenting a case to a mediator, judge, or jury, you need every advantage you can get. As many litigators know, having the right graphics can provide an edge in the courtroom. At Precise Trial, LLC, we offer cutting-edge graphics that help you make the case. Below, we will examine some graphics technology that will help you get the verdict you want.

Trial Animations

Trial animation

Animations are especially effective during litigation. Need to delve into the details of a complex product liability case? Animation adds a helpful visual component to your argument. Need to reconstruct the scene of a motor vehicle accident? 3D animation can provide a view previously unattainable. Animation can also make your pages and pages of reports, charts, photos, and drawings more understandable – and more relatable – to a jury. Trial animation can help you drive your point home. Trial animation works best when a collaborative process. At Precise Trial, we give you the chance to meet with our design team (either in person, video conference, or phone­­­) and present your case theory. We can help you argue your point in an unforgettable way.

Medical Illustrations

Arguing a medical malpractice or personal injury case? The quality of your medical illustrations can help determine the outcome. The more vivid and detailed the illustrations, the more likely it is that a jury will understand the points you are trying to make. Medical illustrations can cover injuries, surgeries, and medical conditions.

­­Illustrations, graphics, and animations are a highly effective way to cut through medical jargon and show the jury exactly what went wrong. No matter how intricate your case, our expert graphic artists create forensic animations and certified medical illustrations that deliver compelling, highly effective courtroom presentations.

3D Volumetric Rendering

3D Volumetric Rendering3D volumetric rendering can breathe life into radiology reports. It helps your case when juries can see a three-dimensional view of this data. 3D volumetric rendering technology allows you to rotate the image, viewing it from different angles and making it possible to zoom in, measure and annotate in real-time. Our animators are able to use data measured and captured by CT and MRI scanners to represent patient anatomy in three-dimensional form. It can be used during trials, depositions, and demand packages. If you have questions about how 3D volumetric imaging can enhance your case, contact Precise Trial. We can package 3D exhibits as stand-alone videos for use in depositions, demand packages, or trials.

Timelines and Charts

Trial demonstrativeTimelines and charts are essential to nearly every case. Animation can make those timelines and charts more engaging and compelling to a jury. In today’s digital age, it is getting harder and harder to capture and sustain a jury’s attention. Thanks to digital technology, expectations are higher and attention spans are shorter. A high-quality demonstrative can help you meet a jury’s high expectations while making your point in a captivating way. Animated timelines and charts should be among the weapons in your arsenal the next time you are making a courtroom presentation.