In most trial presentations, the trial timeline is often the single most critical demonstrative exhibit used at trial. Much like an effective opening statement, the trial timeline:
- Orients the viewer;
- Provides a framework around which facts can be organized;
- Allows for easy comparison of events occurring in sequence or simultaneously;
- Builds trust and credibility by sharing a believable story;
- and even persuades when built correctly.
At A2L Consulting, we have built thousands of different types of trial timelines since our founding in the 1990s. Back then, all timelines were printed, enlarged and mounted on foam core. Today, trial timeline graphics are usually electronic and have some type of interactive features.
Drawn from decades of experience with all major law firms, today we release our latest e-book from the A2L litigation series: The Litigator and Litigation Support Professional's Guide to Timelines.
Inside this valuable e-book, you will find:
25 reference trial timelines to help you overcome common trial timeline dilemmas;
Learn A2L's Top 5 Trial Timeline Tips;
and much more in this complimentary e-book.