This is an encapsulated video documentary that shows a victim’s daily activities and restrictions that were usually caused by a serious injury. A Day-in-the-Life video tells a victim’s story in a way other evidence cannot convey. Jurors will see and hear from the injured in their own words. Simple day-to-day actions are seen as laborious tasks. Physical restrictions and modifications to the living quarters are shown. Factual and emotional content are joined in a persuasive presentation.
The running time of the video is usually 20 minutes or less.