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Published on February 8th, 2013 | by Trey Cox


The Basic Purpose of Demonstrative Exhibits

Demonstrative evidence should be used to clearly or memorably convey the theme or concept. There are five broad purposes for the use of demonstrative evidence:  (I) to organize facts and themes, (2) to explain scientific or technical information, (3) to make your facts and themes “sticky” (i.e., more memorable), (4) to reinforce key concepts or themes and (5) to refresh jurors’ memories in long trials. Demonstrative evidence is not a substitute for testimonial evidence.

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specializes in courtroom fights between businesses. His jury trial experience and courtroom success have earned him the distinction of being Board Certified as a Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Trey represents Fortune 500 corporations, entrepreneurs, and leading firms in a wide array of industries. His dedication to his clients and winning track record have repeatedly earned him recognition as one of the top trial lawyers in the country.

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