In 5 Benefits of Digital Trial Presentations, we discussed the benefits of using a trial technician to aid in presenting your case during trial. Using cutting edge equipment and technologies you can add emphasis to exhibits and testimony on the fly. Rather than using an overhead projector or ELMO that requires someone to manually place and position documents yourself, a trial technician can call up any exhibit at any point and then add additional emphasis by zooming in, highlighting, or any other number of annotations you may want or require.
In the video below we demonstrate some of the more common uses of trial demonstration, from simply highlighting important documents to playing excerpts of synced deposition testimony.
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We recently published a comprehensive report about how video can be a great tool for attorneys in the litigation process called “Lawyer’s Guide to Legal Video: Why, What & How”. In it, we discuss 10 ways legal video assists you in depositions, trials and in your law practice. To access it, go to: http://www.mobleyreporting.com/lawyers-guide-to-video/.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Steve Troncone has worked in the court reporting field for 11 years in multiple areas including videography, production, technology support and trial presentations. He has been working with Mike Mobley Reporting as a legal videographer and office support team member since May 2016.