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With over two years of legal, infographic, and courtroom graphic design under our belt in Los Angeles, California, your legal exhibits will be in capable hands. Our work was involved in legal cases with verdicts at all ranges.

The graphic design on the courtroom exhibits included metal boards with magnetic printed pieces that were added the to original, laminated boards that could be written on with write-on/wipe-off marker and later erased, plastic overlay sheets with additional printing that were placed over the original board, and multiple layers of paper or clear overlays. Some designs were graphic design at-scale of a street view, created by tracing over a satellite photograph. These courtroom exhibits were usually printed 3′ by 4′ on foam core boards. Sometimes three were linked together horizontally!

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We can send the final file to your local printer or Kinkos office for printing, or deliver the files to you in a digital format using e-mail, CD, or a file-sharing system like Dropbox.com.

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courtroom graphic design sample for trial use, timeline in wrongful termination courtroom case.

This legal graphic design of a wrongful termination case timeline was used in courtroom trial in Los Angeles, California. The graphic was printed on a large format, 4×6′ foam core board.

courtroom legal exhibit graphic design

Large format printed legal exhibit for use Ford courtroom lawsuit, 2002, in Los Angeles, CA.

courtroom legal exhibit graphic design

Large format printed legal exhibit for use Ford courtroom lawsuit, 2002, in Los Angeles, CA.

This trial graphic board was designed to show the jury what steps the doctor took with the patient, that followed normal protocol. During the court case, the attorney checked each box with a write-on/wipe-off marker. The foam core board was coated with a laminated layer, so it could be erased later.

This trial graphic board was designed to show the jury what steps the doctor took with the patient, that followed normal protocol. During the court case, the attorney checked each box with a write-on/wipe-off marker. The foam core board was coated with a laminated layer, so it could be erased later.

We created this graphic timeline for a legal contract dispute case, to show a jury the case facts in court. It was printed on a 4x6' foam core board for the trial. Please click to view larger.

We created this graphic timeline for a legal contract dispute case, to show a jury the case facts in court. It was printed on a 4×6′ foam core board for the trial.

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