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Courtroom – Trial Legal Exhibits

A photograph is a witness that never forgets — and testimony a jury always remembers.


Eagle’s Eye Photo Images’ primary service to the legal profession is the conceptualization and development of photographic visuals that make technical expert testimony more understandable and memorable, contributing to just resolution of litigation. Our end products include truthful, understandable, and persuasive illustrations. If you are an attorney or other legal professional considering the development of graphics to support litigation, contact Eagle’s Eye for an immediate response to your case needs.  You and your client will benefit from Eagle’s Eye’s knowledge and experience in demonstrative photographic evidence.

By adding Eagle’s Eye to your legal team, you get professionally created, third-party visual data. Photographic documentation offers several advantages…

  • Photographic images are important, powerful tools to deliver clear, high-impact, efficient, and effective communication.
  • The brain processes color pictures that are then stored in long-term visual memory.
  • Images keep people focused on and interested in the facts of the case.
  • It is difficult for the opposition to get photographic images out of jurors’ minds.

Eagle’s Eye provides custom color aerial images and ground photo documentation. We provide the legal profession with cost-effective visual tools that can…

Prove existence of fact or issue

  • Prove existence of fact or issue
  • Educate the jury and/or judge in a bench trial
  • Visualize an accident site or incident location
  • Convey a clear support for oral testimony
  • VERB scale sketches of conditions at the scene
  • Provide direct evidence of that which has not been described by a witness
  • Support material facts at issue
  • Demonstrate facts to help everyone understand the case
  • Disprove testimony of a witness
  • Resolve contradictions in testimony
  • Assist witness testimony
  • Refresh memories of officers or witnesses
  • Solidify specific points
  • Serve as a negotiation tool

Photographs can be used as relevant evidence. Black’s Law Dictionary states “Relevant evidence is evidence having any tendency to make the existence of any fact that is of consequence to the determination of the action more probable or less probable than it would be without the evidence.”

We create and capture the images with a professional grade, digital 18 mega pixel camera, giving high-quality images, which is all-important to creating clear, crisp, detailed images. All print processing of the photographic images are custom-crafted at our in-house color digital lab. This allows us to maintain control of the images, as a disinterested third party, which allows us to attest to the authenticity of the image and chain of custody. Not one of our photographic images has ever been disallowed into evidence. By maintaining complete control of the images we are also able to control cost, confidentiality, quality, and short turn-around time schedules, usually necessary during court cases.

Images we create for a client, are NOT released to opposing counsel or others without written authorization from our client

We document people, places, or things producing a fair representation of the subject matter. Photographic Authenticity Certificates are available for submitting into evidence with the photographic exhibits.

In the event that we are called to testify, we come only as technicians who created the images and can attest to the authenticity of the images only, and that the images are an accurate representation of the area depicted at the moment the images were created. We do not serve as an expert witness to the photographic processes of film, digital or camera operation. These are givens in the creation of photographic images.

Print sizes up to 24×36, mounted on foam core, are available for court room displays. Our in-house printing controls confidentiality, cost, turn-around time, and quality. Larger images, if needed, are printed and mounted at an outside lab. All enlargements used in a court trial require an 8.5” X 11” print for the Court Record.

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