Pittsburgh Legal Videography
Our video team is certified through the National Court Reporters Association, holding the CLVS, expert in capturing the record.
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words
Adding video to your trial presentation is an invaluable technique that doesn't just show things that aren't visible in a transcript, it holds the attention of your jury so you can be sure that your message is heard.
A famous UCLA study showed that a very high percentage of communication is nonverbal. Effectively, this means that it's not only what is said that's important, but how it's said. The tone of someone's voice, body language, and a bead of sweat forming from an uncomfortable line of questioning are all nonverbal indicators that can subconsciously show your jury the whole truth, and not that which is reduced to text.
Transcript syncing means that you can show the jury a video while scrolling text is displayed alongside. This accomplishes the goal of catering to the several different learning styles of your jurors. Whether someone prefers to read, hear, or watch, all your bases are covered with a synchronized video transcript from Constance Lee & Company.