New technology enables easier crime scene recreation.

ATLANTA, GA — March 22, 2015 — Lawyers will soon have an incredible new opportunity to demonstrate – in real time – facts and theories that previously required a good imagination.

The paths of gunshots can be recreated in the air right in front of juries.  Crime scenes can be cheaply and quickly reconstructed as trial exhibits.  Witnesses can retrace the path that they took on a map – in real time and in the color of their choice – on wax or transparencies.

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This new technology is good news for artists, who will see future job opportunities in the legal field.



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