Learn visualization techniques to express complex concepts within a forensic report or through demonstratives at trial.
Jul 22, 2021
NASBA Field of Study
Natalia Greene, Rob Kester, Jolene Fraser
Explaining complex subjects in a forensic report is as important as the structure and content of the report. Through a written report or demonstratives at trial, visualizations that explain complex models can be the difference between the trier of fact comprehending the information or ignoring it due to a lack of understanding.
During part two of this two-part webcast series, you will:
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