In the courtroom, using several different types of methods to present is a more effective way to educate the judge and jury on your case. When you have a complicated case, exhibit boards are one aspect that will keep the jury engaged and attentive. A trial board also gives you the ability to leave information up for a long period of time, giving the jury something to refer back to as you question the witnesses.
A well-planned and expertly presented exhibit board can leave a lasting impression throughout the trial. When preparing trial exhibits for court, CopyScan Technologies uses state-of-the-art technology and equipment to create dynamic exhibits with proven design techniques and best practices.
Our trial boards come in both black & white and in full color, at just about any size you need. Our seasoned graphics team can add text highlights or callouts, plus add text and arrows to photos or maps, and design anything else in between. Once the digital exhibit is printed from our photographic plotter, our technicians mount it to a rigid foam core board using adhesive with a laminator roller, which prevents bubbling. When completed, we package the trial boards to keep everything secure and confidential for delivery. Our most common sizes are 24″x36″ and 36″x48″, which easily fit inside typical courthouse elevators.
Since we do everything ourselves in-house, we can get trial exhibit boards to you quickly, even if you call at the last minute. We can deliver the finished project to your office, war room, hotel, client’s office or even directly to the courtroom. Many of our clients call us on a lunch break during trial, and ask us to create something quickly and deliver it within the next hour – no worries, we’re set up for that and keep plenty of stock available for last minute orders.
We provide a variety of dynamic ways to bring exhibits to life in the courtroom, including:
CopyScan Technologies helps support your case by providing powerful, sophisticated tools that create compelling imagery. Call us the next time you’re preparing for trial. You’ll be glad you did.