One of the most difficult things to do in court or when presenting to other attorneys or insurance people is to show a series of events over time in a compact yet accurate format. The Criminal Evidence Diagram for Visio is one of the best templates ever created for people that need to do this. It is simple to setup and use, and it allows even jurors and those who may not be formally educated in criminal evidence to be able to understand what it is that you are explaining. The Criminal Evidence Diagram for Visio is downloadable for free from this page. It can be easily customized.
How to Use the Criminal Evidence Diagram Template For Visio
- Open the template and enter the information about each player or party involved. Enter the time frame during which the incident occurred.
- Enter the details about each occurrence that happened. Be brief, but be sure to include the date and the relevant details of the occurrence.
- After you have completed the diagram, check to verify the sequencing is correct and that each happening is documented and supported by evidence.
Tips for Using the Criminal Evidence Diagram Template For Visio
- If you have physical evidence or exhibits that you would like to include for trial or for your presentation, it may be a good idea to have the referenced in your occurrence notes that are displayed on the timeline. The main reason for this is that if there is a question during the presentation by an authority figure, you will have the corresponding information that you need to refer to the exhibit or evidence.
- This template can also be used for many other purposes. The concept is very useful when describing a process or series of linear events that have occurred in business. One of the strongest uses in business is as a timeline to track success or failure of a company, product, or process.
- If you would like to add your company logo and information to the presentation, you can do so by adding a text area from the menu for your information and a picture from the menu for your logo.
Download: Criminal Evidence Diagram