I make them OR I show your staff how to make them.
I call my approach to trial exhibits "Exhibit Processing" because it has become just like word processing. I prepare a draft, you make changes and corrections and I make the changes on my computer just like doing word processing.
After some 30 years of working with trial attorneys and making trail exhibits I have learned a few things. Everything I know is at your disposal. I suggest the following scenario to get your trial exhibits completed.
Step1: You, your staff and/or your experts and I sit down together so that I can hear the case and your ideas. I rapidly sketch out on paper the exhibit ideas that come to my mind as you speak. I don't hold back. No idea is too dumb to suggest. All this brain storming leads to some great exhibit ideas. You pick and approve some concept ideas that I have sketched out.
Step2: I return to my office, where I create on my computer the first draft of your exhibits. I can either deliver the computer drafts back to your office, or I can fax them to your office. Faxing lets us work at some distanceand maybe a little faster. The day or night before trial I might have to move my computer into your conference room for a continued and faster turn around time. Over a few iterations of draft, review, and change we finally come up with the finished designs.
Step3: You decide how you want to submit your trial exhibits; jury notebooks, enlarged and mounted on boards for an easel, electronic files for your laptop. Your court room may allow you to connect your laptop computer to the court room projection system.