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Any courtroom trial involves a steep learning curve for most jurors. There is evidence to suggest that people retain more information when is is presented with some kind of visual support. In fact, Studies have shown that between 61 and 65 percent of the general public are visual learners, which would indicate that at least half of every jury would show improved learning with visual support. It is also said that jurors retain only 10-15% of what the hear in the courtroom. Visual support is also thought to increase juror's retention of information.

The memory process involves what is referred to as encoding. During this process mental information is classified according to specific criteria and then forwarded in the brain for additional logging. It is also thought that the visual nature of trial graphics facilitates the encoding process.

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