Discusses how virtual forensic animation can be used at trial to effectively communicate just what happened and let jurors see with their own eyes. Three experienced ASTC-member trial consultants react and the author responds. Article contains video for illustrative purposes. This article is one of many available free online from The Jury Expert (the publication of the American Society of Trial Consultants).
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