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DOJ Chooses SmartDraw’s Legal Graphics Software

June 15, 2006  | 

SmartDraw, a publisher of legal graphics software, announced that the United States Department of Justice (DOJ), the world's largest law office, has signed a licensing agreement for 25,000 seats of the SmartDraw Legal Solution.

The SmartDraw Legal Solution can be used by police officers, investigators, and other law enforcement professionals. Auto accidents, forensics, crime scenes, and many more issues and events critical to law enforcement professionals are easier to explain to attorneys, juries, and other audiences with diagrams, charts, and legal graphics made with this software.

The SmartDraw Legal Solution features more than 50,000 ready-to-use graphics, including 3,000 medical illustrations, legal symbols, and more than 800 pre-drawn templates to help legal and law enforcement professionals create effective visuals such as charts, diagrams, and timelines for courtroom exhibits, accident reconstruction, crime scenes, mediation, and more.

Users simply drag ready-made graphics from the built-in libraries and drop them onto a template. With helpful features such as automatic alignment and formatting, SmartDraw requires no artistic talent or technical expertise; even first-time users can create effective legal diagrams in minutes. SmartDraw works hand-in-hand with the leading word software products, allowing users to copy and paste directly into PowerPoint, Word, WordPerfect, and leading litigation support software products. In addition, users can print poster size charts for courtroom presentations with a click of a button through our Alphagraphics partnership.

For more information about SmartDraw or to download a free trial, visit www.smartdrawlegal.com.

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