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Crash Zone and Crime Zone

October 1, 2008
Version 8 of CAD Zone’s Crash Zone and Crime Zone program includes new and improved features users have requested, like new animation tools, a new 3D body poser, skid analysis and momentum calculation tools, a 3D stair builder, and a vehicle database. You can also quickly create a movie based on the accurate data you measure at the site.

Legal Software

October 1, 2008
SmartDraw.com has just released SmartDraw Legal Edition 2009, containing enhanced functionality and exclusive new features that help law enforcement professionals create high-impact legal graphics such as timelines, crime scene diagrams, trial graphics, accident reconstruction, evidence and flowcharts, and more in a matter of minutes.

Presentation-Quality Legal Graphics

October 1, 2007
The SmartDraw 2008 Legal Edition enables ordinary computer users to create presentation-quality legal graphics in minutes. There are more than 100 different types of legal graphic SmartTemplates to choose from to create case chronologies, crime scene diagrams, courtroom presentations, accident charts, flowcharts, and more.

The CAD Zone Crash Zone/Crime Zone Software 8.0

September 1, 2006
Version 8.0 of The CAD Zone’s Crash Zone and Crime Zone diagramming software for crash and crime scene investigation has improved forensic mapping and 3D capabilities. The new version can quickly perform a skid analysis, pose bodies in 3D so they appear in your diagrams just as they’re found at the scene, create an exact stairway based on the dimension of individual steps or the overall staircase, and more, while offering more symbols and realistic shading options for surfaces.

SmartDraw Legal Solution

August 1, 2005
Known for its diagramming software, SmartDraw has a new offering that provides more tools for computer diagrams of various law enforcement applications that can easily be presented in court. You can drag ready-made graphics and about 60,000 symbols from built-in libraries and drop them onto one of hundreds of templates.
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