We create compelling visuals that tell a convincing story for trials, mediations and arbitrations.


We create compelling visuals that tell a convincing story for trials, mediations and arbitrations.


You may have a complex story to tell, or detailed information that can help jurors understand your argument, or perhaps you need visuals that pinpoint key events in a timeline.

Complete Trial Graphics provides professional, persuasive, multimedia presentations that are essential for success in today’s world of litigation.

Complete Trial Graphics provides visual litigation support services that are professional and highly persuasive. Whether we are creating multiple graphical presentations or a standalone timeline, our trial graphics are essential for success in today’s courtroom.

Using proven techniques and strategies, we help you achieve your goals with compelling demonstratives that tell a convincing story for mediations, arbitrations and trials. You may have a complex human story to tell, detailed information that can help jurors understand your argument or trial graphics that pinpoint key events in a timeline, regardless Complete Trial Graphics can provide what you need to succeed. With our visual litigation support services, from Openings and Closings to medical animations, we have proven success with creating thousands of demonstratives, complex trial graphics, informational legal graphics, litigation timelines and litigation animations and illustrations.

At Complete Trial Graphics, we understand how today’s jurors tend to process and absorb information--which has changed dramatically over the past two decades. Americans live in a fast-paced world with technology at our fingertips 24/7. Our lives are saturated with a wide range of information that's continually being updated--from news to sports to tech and product reviews. People watch and do what they want, when they want, via technology such as smartphones, television, the Internet and video games; regardless, they are used to high-level multimedia and words alone rarely tell or sell a story.


Today, audiences want and expect visuals including digital photography, animation, video and informational graphics. These are the same people who are sitting on your jury panel--they need more than words to stay engaged, they need highly compelling trial graphics.

Our litigation graphics are designed with facts like these in mind:

  • Images are stored automatically in long-term memory. However, words are processed in short-term memory. Text and concepts must be “hooked onto an image” or “they will go in one ear, sail through the brain, and go out the other ear” (Dr. Lynell Burmark, Ph.D., CEO at educatebetter.org, and author expert on visual literacy).
  • American households spend more than 7 hours and 50 minutes watching TV each day (Alexis C. Madrigal, The Atlantic, 2018). People watch 1 billion hours of YouTube videos every day, with young people watching a daily average of two hours (Farhad Manjoo, The New York Times, 2018).
  • Visuals—even basic diagrams—direct attention, simplify information, show differences, and clarify concepts (Learning from Diagrams, Winn and Holliday).

Types of litigation we have experience with litigation relating to :

·         Oil and Gas

·         Divorce Law

·         Construction Law

·         Medical Malpractice Suits

·         Patent Infringement Suits

·         Business Law

·         Breach of Contract Suits

·         Breach of Fiduciary Duty Suits


·         Corporate Law

·         Intellectual Property Law

·         Business Tort Law

·         Estate Disputes

·         Employment Disputes

·         Class Actions Suits

·         Maritime Law




Since approximately 65 percent of the population are visual learners, it's likely that they’ll comprise the majority of your next jury or any other group or audience for whom you’ll present. Visual learners can recall images seen for only seconds with over 90% accuracy upto three days after viewing them. Knowing that people are primarily visual learners is helpful when creating key demonstratives for jurors.

Think about the difference between radio and television—hearing versus seeing a story. Our visual perception of events has a strong impact on our emotional connection to a story and our ability to recall its parts. Complete Trial Graphics understands this and strives to create graphical presentations that are simple and focused. This way, our visuals have the greatest impact. Any repetition is always strategic. We are masters at providing visual litigation support services that simplifying complicated issues so that viewers maintain maximum retention.

We work to thoroughly engage your jurors with compelling, information-rich trial graphics and content. We learn about your case’s themes, strategies and facts—and simplify what you most need to convey to your audience. We tailor our trial graphics and litigation support services for your case’s strategic needs, providing tools to complement and reinforce your story while keeping judges and jurors highly engaged.


Each case is unique - like each graphic we create.

Our clients say:

The presentation slides were great, and the presentation itself definitely helped us get the deal done.

Bill Shepherd (Cruse, Scott, Henderson & Allen)

... helps my firm present evidence in complex and sensitive family law cases in a manner that is both professional and compelling.

Donn Fullenweider (Fullenweider Wilhite)



Helping the jury understand your evidence is key to a favorable outcome in the courtroom. If there is extensive and/or complex data that you need to present, an effective timeline can drive your points home and create a memorable impact.


a visually solid defense…

Courtroom Concepts’ litigation support visuals are invaluable in keeping jurors focused on the facts of the case. They help me present a visually solid defense when representing major healthcare organizations.

Randy Jones
Serpe Jones Andrews Callender & Bell

explain complex data

I’ve found Courtroom Concepts’ visuals particularly powerful in helping me to explain complex data in a way that typical jurors can see and understand.

Denman Heard
Heard Law Firm

there when you need them

Courtroom Concepts provides the most creative and understandable courtroom media presentations I have ever seen. Keith and Nancy are wonderful to work with. You can rely on them to be there when you need them. Every time.

Tom Cunningham
Cunningham Darlow