Travis Luther

by CEO and Founder

Trial is coming up.   Your case file contains hundreds of pages of documents and thousand of facts.   It is an overwhelming amount of information to organize and present. A case timeline is the perfect vehicle to organize this information. But, where do you start? TrialLine knows that your case timeline does not start with the design. Your case timeline starts with the facts.

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Travis Luther

by CEO and Founder

You may have heard of legal timeline software, but are not certain whether it is for you and your firm or not. Attorneys quite often create legal chronologies of events based on facts or documents. These legal timeline tools are then used for an event such as an opening statement, a settlement conference, or simply as a method of analyzing the case. Trial teams commonly use legal timeline software to create a legal chronology example for a portion of the trial without realizing that same legal timeline, expanded into a stunning visual presentation, would have made an amazing jury persuasion item.

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Travis Luther

by CEO and Founder

TrialLine Courtroom Timeline Tool

One of the most effective ways to present evidence in court is to use a legal timeline for your case. Unfortunately, while legal timelines can help juries and judges understand your case more clearly, not every courtroom timeline tool is created equal. Many trial timeline templates lack the basic visual effects and techniques needed to efficiently organize your case for court.

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Travis Luther

by CEO and Founder

Connect the Facts with TrialLine Legal Timeline Software

If you are like most attorneys, then you eat, breathe and sleep facts. In fact, many non-attorneys are surprised by the level of thoroughness displayed by lawyers when they investigate a case. Facts are the backbone of any litigated case, and witnesses may have a plethora of facts which you must keep organized, using those facts wisely to promote a positive outcome to the case. Aside from facts which come from witnesses, you probably also have subpoenas, written discovery requests, document productions, specialized investigative tools and online research to contend with. Connect it all with TrialLine Trial Timeline Software.

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Travis Luther

by CEO and Founder

In our digital age, the amount of information amassed for a trial can truly be staggering. As a matter of fact, it is not uncommon for an attorney to encounter thousands—or hundreds of thousands—of documents which must be processed and reviewed, then narrowed down to relevant documents. The best way to gain control over this overwhelming amount of information is to lock it into a timeline, using the best timeline software for lawyers.

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