Demonstrative evidence must be an accurate representation of the evidence in the record to which it relates. Animation must fairly express or illustrate the testimony of a witness so as to be helpful to the jury's understanding of the testimony. Because of its dramatic power, proposed animations must be carefully scrutinized for proper foundation, relevance, accuracy, and the potential for undue prejudice. State vs. Zell* or State vs. Stewart, 643 N.W.2d 281 (Minn. 2002)
*The State vs. Zell is a case that Mr. Fuerst's animations were fully admissible and admitted into evidence.
When animation is an important part of your case.