This poster takes a 215-word sentence of legalese and breaks it up visually to make it easier for the jury to parse. The essential thrust of the sentence is in the left column, with the details in the right. No words or punctuation are changed or omitted.
Note: Because of the complexity of each case, the attorneys want simple posters crystallizing some critical part of their case that the jury can stare at when they get bored. Attorneys typically hand me a tall stack of legal briefs and leave it to me to discern the essentials of their case to present visually. All names have been changed here.