TimeMap is a litigation tool that creates graphic chronological timelines that you

TimeMap is a litigation tool that creates graphic chronological timelines that you can print and enlarge—adding charts to your persuasive arsenal. In particular, you can explore and demonstrate the time-based relationships between key case events.TimeMap visuals contain three items only: Fact Boxes,

Text Boxes and the horizontal time scale—clean and simple. TimeMap will generate the visuals with “fact boxes” shown above the relevant timeline dates. You can change colours or line weights to emphasize key matters. The graphics themselves can be saved as JPEGs, bitmaps and Windows metafiles.

An example of the use of TimeMap is to prepare a visual display of two conflicting accounts of events. Here you can supplement oral testimony by producing a graph to be used at trial that visually demonstrates the differences in testimony on critical incidents between two different witnesses.The

beauty of TimeMap is its simplicity—it allows you to take chronological data and display it in a graphical form—with all the persuasive power that a picture can convey. TextMap is their transcript manager utility and requires CaseMap. TextMap can be used to create a database of electronic transcript files from examinations for discovery and other proceedings. In reviewing the transcripts, when you find transcript passages that contain important facts,

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