Posted on October 4, 2017 at 12:00 AM by Chuck Fox
Last week’s article detailed how important the Story Model is to juror decision-making. I explained the theory that describes a process jurors likely engage as they create a narrative and ultimately select a verdict. So why do animations help guide decision-makers as they string together the facts of a story? Here’s how.
Animations hold a special power to communicate complex concepts--details that may otherwise overwhelm a judge or jury--in a way that is clear and easy to comprehend.
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