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Borrow a Book | Complete Lending List

Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics
by G. Christopher Ritter

Lending Library Number: 46

NOTE: Due to licensing restrictions, the CD that accompanies this book is not available for loan.

Create powerful graphics to strengthen your courtroom argument and maximize your opportunities to persuade judges and juries in your favor.

Creating Winning Trial Strategies and Graphics reveals how you can create compelling graphics to strengthen your case and make your courtroom presentation more persuasive.

From how the rules of evidence apply to trial graphics and what kind of graphics work best, this easy-to-read guide takes you step-by-step through the graphics process—steps you can follow to simplify your case by filtering out what is distracting or unimportant. The process also clarifies and develops essential themes and other tools that jurors need so they can effectively evaluate, retain, and understand complex issues, making it more simple to convey information in an organized, clear, and convincing manner.

In addition to the colorful, eye-catching graphics contained in the book, a valuable CD-ROM includes all graphics illustrated in the book as well as numerous additional examples of trial graphics and state-of-the-art animations.

Book topics Include:

  • Persuasion
  • Jury deliberations
  • Information architecture
  • Evidence
  • Technology
  • Standard forms
  • Specialized graphics
  • Hypothetical cases

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