Painting a Picture at Trial for the Court of Appeal

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During a trial, the jury and court below will hear the testimony of witnesses and observe their demeanor. Once the case is on appeal, the reviewing court is usually limited to reading transcripts that may or may not convey the full story of what happened at trial. This article discusses the importance of storytelling and creating a picture of the trial court proceedings for the court of appeal.

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