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 gain a better understanding of visual techniques that simplify complex topics, see examples of graphical illustrations, and learn how to apply the techniques.
*Recognize when complex information needs to Be expressed graphically or through illustrations *Recall how to express complex concepts in a visual way *Identify examples of visualization methods *Distinguish different illustration methods that can Be used to display information both in a report and trial demonstratives
*Overcoming the inability to have 1:1 to explain complex subject matter * report communication of complex models *Simplification of complex subjects through illustration *visual communication methods