In some circumstances, static displays might inundate the jury with too much
information to digest at once. Interactive exhibits allow you to lead the jury
along to a logical conclusion at your own speed. Some examples include:
Using a laminated board and dry erase marker, you can check off each item in
synch with your verbal arguments.
Producing exhibits with sticky paper overlays gives you the freedom to
introduce your points one at a time without letting the jury get ahead of you.
Reveal charts can work on virtually any kind of display, including timelines.
For changing displays, such as car accident scenes, magnetic boards allow you
the flexibility to move specific items around the display to illustrate your
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