Trial exhibits also known as demonstrative evidence are used to help the jurors understand difficult factual issues. They may include charts, graphs, videotape, and computer animation, which illustrate some verbal testimony.
Cheong, Denove, Rowell & Bennett use every tool available to them to support their case and clarify the presentation to a jury. Trial Exhibits are used to educate the jury.
Exhibits are anything other than testimony that can be perceived by the senses and presented at the trial or hearing.
• Real evidence — tangible objects such as clothes, weapons, tools
• Demonstrative evidence — evidence that represents or illustrates the real thing such as photos, videos, diagrams, maps, charts
• Records — government or business writings, hospital records, police reports, payment records
• Writings — evidence other than records that are in writing such as letters.