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Forensic Trial Graphics and Animations

During a trial or forensics investigation, the proper presentation of evidence can be the deciding factor of a case. With the use of forensics trial graphics, a jury or judge can not only listen to an expert's testimony but can also be immersed in a world and experience the investigation as the expert sees it.

Our forensic engineers, investigators, and graphics and animation experts have extensive experience providing visual aids and consultation to communicate effectively to all involved parties. Our case experience ranges from personal injuries to the most complex losses and litigated matters.

Forensic Trial Graphics

Common types of forensic trial graphics that we use in court:

  • 3D animated models
  • 2D illustrations and animated models
  • Graphs and photo shows
  • Demonstrative exhibits

Visualizing the Evidence

We employ technical illustration, graphic design, and an experienced hand at putting your evidence in the best light during:

  • Opening statements
  • Expert testimony demonstrative exhibits
  • Technical tutorials
  • Closing arguments
  • Figures for briefs
  • Trial boards

The following are examples of our work:

Demonstrative exhibit with diagrams based on building plans—to support expert testimony on cause of claimed defects

Demonstrative exhibit with illustrations, used to support expert testimony on use of aggregates in paving materials

Demonstrative exhibit showing hypothetical case facts to support an expert’s presentation at a legal conference

Demonstrative exhibit based on news media sources for demonstration purposes

2D animated PowerPoint sequence, used at trial by expert witness to explain workings of a gas curing oven

Animated 3D computer models of appliance components, used by expert witness to explain function and possible points of failure

2D illustration used by expert witness to demonstrate the geometry of a claimed sheave in an elevator lift mechanism

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to demonstrate the basics of home electrical systems, including circuit breakers

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to demonstrate the basics of an electrical circuit, defining an open and closed circuit

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to help an expert demonstrate the function of different power distribution devices

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to demonstrate the first official accounts of a disastrous oil rig explosion and fire

Still frame from 3D digital video animation showing interruption of dredging operations by river traffic causing a delay in the project

Photo and plan document show that subject vessel was purpose-built for a specific role

Photo and graph show the vessel’s expected revenue stream from continuing normal operations

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to help demonstrate the equipment arrangement for using a towfish to survey the ocean floor

2D animated map used to track the steps of an ocean tow moving heavy equipment through the Panama Canal

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint, used by expert to explain how an auger is used to create a dispersion

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to help an expert explain the basics of how oil is refined and the products produced

2D illustration animated in PowerPoint to explain how a delay was caused by events outside the operator’s control

2D illustration This 2D illustration was used by expert witness to help explain the structure and function of a typical cell phone battery

This 2D illustration was part of a PowerPoint presentation used by an expert to explain details of a claimed LCD technology

This 2D illustration was part of a PowerPoint presentation used by an expert to explain the basic components of a cell tower

This diagram was printed on a large board to help an expert describe the great complexity of the 802.11 standard

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