Trial Boards - Don't Let Mediocre Exhibits Ruin Your Case's Results
Persuasive, compelling and high-quality trial boards are a way that you can communicate your message to jurors without breaking the bank. A trial board can range from a simple black and white enlargement of a document to a 12 foot time line that has magnetic components. Other trial boards that APVisuals can design are:
- Black and White Document Blow-Ups/Enlargements
- Color Photograph Blow-Ups/Enlargements
- Medical Illustrations
- Flow Charts
- Infographics (Custom Tailored)
- Jury Verdict Forms
APVisuals is aware that different cases have different budgets based on the verdict range for the facts and injuries. Accordingly, we work with you to create demonstratives that not only work for your case, but for your budget as well.
In addition, jurors are now accustomed to seeing technology such as a large screen or a large TV in the Courtroom. Using a trial board, a static image, is now more rare than the use of a multimedia presentation. Therefore, jurors tend to look at it over and over again and focus on the BOARD at trial.
Other benefits of using boards at trial (not including the constant static image and cost benefit) is that the lawyer does not need the help of a hot-seat operator to display the images on a board. The attorney is at liberty to show the board at their convenience, without the help of any other person at trial. This allows the attorney to retain an image of control before the jury.
APVisuals's large format prints are mounted on high-quality foam core boards that may or may not be laminated, pursuant to the client's request. This allows for handling of the boards multiple times without damage to them. In fact, boards that present a negligence standard or a statute can withhold numerous uses at multiple trials.
APVisuals's believes that a lawyer should bring an arsenal to trial. The lawyer's presentation should include technology and static images such as boards. It creates variety and keeps the jurors' attention. If you are headed to trial soon, please contact us to discuss possible trial board exhibits for your case. We look forward to hearing from you.