When it comes to trials, the stories you tell can make or break your case. Whether it's the story of a BP/Deepwater Horizon explosion, a George Floyd Civil Rights Case, or even two back-to-back Bakersfield record verdicts, we've seen the power of storytelling in courtrooms time and time again.
It's not just about what you say—it's about how you say it. When you're crafting your argument during trial, you need to think about more than just facts: You need to consider how those facts will affect jurors' opinions and judgments of your client. In order to do this effectively, you need to be able to craft compelling narratives that connect with people on an emotional level—and that's where our team comes in to measure that impact before your actual delivery!
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