1. Courtroom Presentations

Concerned about how to present your case? Let our experienced team help you. Jurors only retain 20% of what they hear. Utilizing persuasive visuals and superior technologies from CPI they can retain 80% of what they hear and see.

2. Powerpoint Presentations

CPI’s expert designers will work with you to create a persuasive PowerPoint presentation tailored to your needs. These custom presentations have compelling visual impact and will graphically enhance your message or argument.

3. Animations

CPI uses the most advanced animation software to recreate events from multiple points of view. CPI’s animations can be exported to use in a Digital Trial System, PowerPoints, QuickTime and Windows Media.

4. Illustrations

CPI’s expert designers will work with you to develop Persuasive illustrations in 2D or 3D which have compelling visual impact and graphically enhance your message or argument. The jury will comprehend and recall technical detailed...

5. Timelines & Chronolo...

CPI’s team will work with you to develop timelines or chronologies. Our philosophy is to simplify your demonstrative evidence to better assist the jurors in understanding and retaining your presentation.
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Law Firm’s Viral TV Ad Leads to $1...

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Fifth Circuit Finds Breastfeeding Is ...

While several new health studies concerning breastfeeding are making the rounds, the topic has also been generating headlines in the employment law context, thanks to a recent Fifth Circuit ruling (as...

A ‘Judge Smash’ in Sentencin...

It’s not unusual for judges and prosecutors to fail to see eye-to-eye on criminal sentencing issues. But it might just be a first for a federal judge to send an email comparing herself to a comic book...

Father Seeking Visitation Rights Wears N...

Last week we discussed an Illinois judge who, after being arrested on drug and firearms charges, ended up at a court hearing wearing cut-off jean shorts and a T-shirt bearing the slogan, "Bad is my...

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Father Seeking Visitation Rights Wears Nazi Uniform to Court