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October 2019 Demonstratives: Incident Scene Graphics ThemeVision is often called upon to help trial teams show the scene of an incident. Photos are often useful for this purpose, but in many cases photos aren’t available or don’t portray the entire picture. For example, this incident occurred on multiple floors with walls and other barriers making … more »
September 2019 Demonstratives: Timelines Use timelines to communicate trial themes In a recent case, ThemeVision helped by creating a thematic timeline where non-compete agreements in a medical practice partnership were at issue. ThemeVision’s timeline not only provided a chronology of events, but also wove together numerous documents to visually and thematically tell the story of … more »
f your case involves locations, distances or boundaries, then a map is an easy yet effective way to signal to your audience that these details are important.
A Pullout is a graphic that “pulls” important information or text from documents in evidence. These may also be known as Document Callouts.
A Schematic is a visualization of information in simplified or symbolic form that can help jurors understand complex processes. ThemeVision has found schematics to be an important communication tool in a wide variety of case types and whether the audience is a judge or a jury.