Trey Cox Published in The American Bar Association’s Trial Practice Journal for “Using Demonstrative Evidence to Win”

Trey Cox Published in The American Bar Association’s Trial Practice Journal for “Using Demonstrative Evidence to Win”

As a thought leader in the field of trial advocacy, Trey Cox, a Dallas litigator with Lynn Tillotson Pinker & Cox, LLP published a trial litigation best practices guide on how to use demonstrative evidence – pictures, charts and summaries - to connect and resonate with the jury.

The essay deconstructs the power of demonstrative evidence and explains the weight it can have on today's juries. Mr. Cox advocates a common sense approach using concise explanations reinforced by visuals to insure that trial themes are clear and stick with the jury long after the advocate sits down.

Trey Cox has a passion for outstanding advocacy and courtroom excellence, passions that have been recognized by his peers in local, state and national surveys designed to identify exceptional legal talent. He represents clients in high-stakes business disputes. His experience in jury trials has earned him the distinction Board Certified Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. He has litigated cases all over Texas, including Dallas, Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Abilene, Tyler, Fort Worth, Corpus Christi and McAllen. He has arbitrated cases all over the country from San Francisco to Washington, D.C.