Maximize your opportunity to persuade the jury and win the verdict with the assistance of Orange Legal’s trial technology team. Converting your trial into a visually engaging presentation increases a juror’s attention and provides additional credibility to your case in the courtroom.
Orange Legal’s trial technicians excel at exhibit management, audio-visual support, and graphic design. Utilize these services during opening, examination, and closing to demonstrate your client’s stance and win over the jury.
- Hot seat operator
- Case management and organization
- Bates stamping & trial binder creation
- On-site designations and redactions
Audio/Visual SupportOrange Legal’s trained and certified A/V specialists arrive with everything necessary to display any media relevant to your case. We come with all the hardware required to play and show anything you may need, including laptops, DVD players, ELMO document cameras, big screen TVs, projectors, iPads, and more.
- Playback hardware
- Computer plugins/adaptors
- Document camera
- TVs and projectors
Audio Visual SpecialistSimplify courtroom playback and forget technical difficulties. Display videos, images, and documents with ease!
- Laptop, iPad, or DVD Player
- TV or projector and screen
- ELMO document camera
Preparation and Presentation
- Includes level 1 support features
- Trial presentation software
- Case management
- Trial consultant
Trial ConsultantAssists attorneys by preparing documents and technology for your case, organizing into binders, and operating software at trial.
Level 2 benefits
- Bates stamping
- Trial binders
- Instant document display
- Direct focus with highlights, zooms and tears, and signifiers
- Exhibit comparison
- Play full videos and create clips
Charts, graphs, and infographics display proportions, comparisons, and trends to create clear, comprehensible visuals.
Our team can recreate events using infographics or animations and can display how the events unfolded to provide clarity to your case.
We utilize trial boards to print images, demonstratives, and documents to be displayed to the jury, allowing you to discuss key features.
We use tools such as 3D printing and video to display what a deposition cannot by recreating physical objects or surveying a scene.