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Best practices for effective courtroom exhibits – make your point | FVS webcast archive

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Persuasion in the courtroom is a matter of showing your narrative as the most convincing interpretation of the facts and evidence at hand. As an expert witnesses, demonstrative exhibits play a key role in effective persuasion. Good demonstrative exhibits provide a clear and concise illustration of testimony. They enhance the comprehensibility of an expert’s opinion, and thus elevate their credibility.

Learning objectives:
- Implement best practices for preparing effective demonstrative exhibits
- Avoid common mistakes that distract from the intended

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