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Demonstratives: Making Effective Graphics for Trial

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demonstratives2-finalAuthor John Cleaves latest ebook, Demonstratives: Making Effective Graphics for Trial, teaches the reader step by step how to develop a consistent theme or “brand” throughout your demonstratives so they have their own look and feel that jurors can readily identify as your side of the case. Likewise, he creates a variety of timelines that tell and sell your client’s story in the order it happened, make your important quotes look like they were created by a professional graphic artist, transform data charts, and so much more!

If you have often wondered how you can use tools such as PowerPoint to your advantage by learning how to visually bring your case to life, then this ebook is right for you. This ebook’s functionality is optimized on an iPad because it enables you to pinch-zoom the graphics to view the details, but it may also be downloaded to your desktop and viewed with Adobe Digital Editions.

Available in eBook here.

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