Animations

Animations

Barkley Trial Technicians and Consultants understand the psychology of visual communication and are well versed in learning principles for promoting retention of information, which can prove especially critical over the course of a trial or arbitration. From charts, graphs, diagrams, illustrations, schematics, to blow ups, timelines, videoclips, 2D and 3D animations and more, Barkley Trial Technicians and Consultants deliver customized trial and arbitration graphics per your specifications that highlight critical pieces of evidence to drive home the key points in your case.

You can look to Barkley Trial Technicians and Consultants to help you keep the judge and jury's attention on the facts and themes you are presenting by: 

  • Creating clear and persuasive visual comparisons of documents and other evidence¬†
  • Producing clear and accurate timelines to demonstrate intent or chain of events
  • Simplifying complex information for better understanding of the facts by the judge and jury
  • Annotating exhibits to draw attention to key evidence¬†

A picture can say a thousand words. Use Barkley Trial Graphics to let your evidence to speak for itself.

Animation can elegantly illustrate a point in a way not possible with words. Whether reconstructing the scene of an accident or showing microscopic details of a mechanical device, animation simplifies complex concepts in familiar, easily understood way.

Admissibility can be an issue with animation. Opposing counsel will likely attempt to establish your animation as inadmissible. Our experienced team knows where to draw the line and can usually determine what aspects of an animation would be admitted or rejected in a courtroom saving time and frustration.

Animations can be shown by themselves, as part of a day-in-the-life or mediation video, or integrated into a trial presentation.

Watch an animation HERE.

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