Attorneys rely on legal video specialists to bring their cases to life

Attorneys Rely On Legal Video Specialists To Bring Their Cases To Life

Legal video refers todepositions, accidentrecreation, settlement ...More
Legal video refers todepositions, accidentrecreation, settlementvideos, mock trials and a great deal more. Itkeeps growing inimportance and value tothe legal world. Alawyer can use a videoprior to trial to help inpresenting a rock solidcase for his client, forexample. At trial, awitness can appear by avideo deposition ifhe/she cannot appear inperson. This article willshare valuable tips forselecting a certifiedlegal video specialistand show you why they'revaluable to attorn Less

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Depositions, settlement videos, mock trials, accident recreations are only some of the kinds of legal videos. Its importance and value keeps growing in the legal world. An attorney can use a video prior to trial to help in presenting a rock solid case for his client, for example. At trial, a witness can appear by a video deposition if she or he is unable to be there in person. In this post we'll tell you some ways attorneys use certified legal videographers, and then we will provides you with some helpful tips for selecting one.
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Attorneys can often be heard claiming

that someone who represents herself in legal matters

has a fool for a client.. Most people agree that attorneys are the

best people to manage legal issues. They have the education,

skill and working experience required to work

through the legal process effectively and efficiently for their clients. These standards are also true for the legal video production

industry, too. Only a trained

professional has the skills and knowledge to produce a highly effective legal video. A video that looks amateurish and

poorly produced will certainly reflect

adversely on the client regardless of the facts of the case.

Below are some examples of how a

legal video can be negatively impacted by a producer who isn't a

certified legal video specialist. First of all, the camera

angle can make a big difference. The relative

placement between the camera and the individual being taped

has a great influence on how he is perceived by the audience. The individual will seem to be overbearing

if the camera is placed low and shoots at an upward angle. On the other hand, if the camera is positioned higher

than eye level, the individual will appear insignificant, small

and weak. Each of these issues can have a

detrimental impact on how the jury receives the testimony.

Lighting is

yet another example in legal video production. Having a roomful of lights simply isn't good enough. If the lights are not positioned

properly, the shadows they cast can have unintentional effects. Light that's projected upwards on the

subject, for instance, tends to make him to seem

sinister or evil. While this may work well for Hollywood movies, it

is definitely not something you

want to see in a legal video!

If you're an attorney in the Greensboro Triad area of North Carolina and are interested in using video for a case, here are 3 all-important criteria you ought to find in a

producer.

Ensure he's a certified legal video specialist. Certification requires the videographer to be trained not merely in the technical aspects of the job, but additionally in the legal

rules he is obliged to follow. While not all

judges require videos presented during a trial to be

generated by a certified legal video specialist, it is possible that a judge

may disallow one that is not.

A professional

level video camera is always a must for your producer. There are no consumer-level video cameras, even the

most popular ones, that have everything

needed to capture the audio and video

adequately.

Be sure the person uses professional level sound

equipment. This includes

lavaliere (or tie clip) mics and an audio mixer to process the audio signals from the

microphones and direct them to the camera. The audio is at least as important as the video, and every reputable legal

video specialist is aware of this.

A certified legal video specialist can assist attorneys and their clients in

numerous ways, and these are only a few of them. It is not uncommon for a video to

be the most influential bit of evidence in a case, so they are being used more

and more in legal matters.

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Legal video refers to depositions, accident recreation, settlement videos, mock trials and
a great deal more. It keeps growing in importance and value to the legal
world. A lawyer can use a video prior to trial to help in presenting a rock solid case for his client, for example. At trial, a witness can appear by a video deposition if he/she cannot appear in person. This article will share valuable tips for selecting a certified legal video specialist and show you why they're valuable to attorn
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