Having seen more trials than probably anyone in the courtroom, excepting the judge, I most definitely possess knowledge as to how a presentation could be made more persuasive. Here are five courtroom techniques that prove successful.
In order to reach the necessary level of subject matter proficiency a case requires, a judge often asks for, and relies on, the technical tutorial submitted by the parties. Learn how to create technical tutorials that can be likened to creating a Hollywood movie.
As devices become more sophisticated learn how digital technology advancements are making trial preparation and presentation easier and more effective.
Valuable tips to make working with trial consultants easier and more efficient.
Guy Grogan discusses the cures for turning a common closing summary into a powerful and persuasive argument for your case.
Michael Skrzypek explains how visual presentations and technology can be very effective with judges, focus groups, and mocks.
Tips from our Trial Presentation consultants on how to impeach a witness on cross for maximum effect with the jury.
How to engage your jury and succeed at teaching and persuading in the courtroom.
Blame the messenger for muddled presentations, not the medium.
Invaluable tips on how to build the most effective trial database and use it in the courtroom.
Learn how to use time limits, particularly in rocket docket districts, to your advantage.
Trial-tested tips for integrating graphics and trial technology effectively into your courtroom presentation.
How to conduct yourself in the courtroom and other powerful skills you need to be successful.
Two Years Later, a Progress Report
Real-world observations for those contemplating using Flash in the courtroom.
Using your presentation materials to enhance the effectiveness of teaching and storytelling.
Why it’s important you understand and use the right form of technology in the courtroom.