ExhibitsPad is an easy-to-use iPad app to view exhibits, take notes, and reach decisions
Download ExhibitsPad from the App Store today, with no limitations or restrictions, using your own documents and evidence!
Snapshot and mark up important documents
With ExhibitsPad, it is easy to annotate snapshots using multicolor pen, marker, or pencil tools. Jurors can add handwritten notes on snapshots using a finger or Apple Pencil, and easily edit or erase annotations, or delete snapshots as they review the evidence in the case.
Load and Review Exhibits
Load all the exhibits on an iPad for the judge, mediators, jurors, or deponent to view.
Scroll through all the exhibits, or search by exhibit number or name in seconds.
Take snapshots of pages of documents, or frames of video, and make annotations.
Search and view all case evidence during deliberation
In ExhibitsPad, smoothly scroll through multipage documents, and jump to any page of a multipage document by typing in the page number. Send all admitted documents and video to the deliberation room in an electronic exhibits binder. Import all evidence quickly with a USB drive!
ExhibitsPad is an electronic exhibits binder for the finder of fact
View exhibits, make notes, and decide facts based on the evidence, search by exhibit number or exhibit name, scroll through multi-page documents, listen to audio recordings, watch videos, and much more.
Electronic Exhibits Binder
Load all your exhibits onto an iPad for the judge, mediators, jurors, or deponents to view.
Scroll through all your exhibits, or search for them by name or exhibit number in seconds.
Snapshot and Annotate
Save snapshots of pages of documents, or frames of video, and make annotations.
Find the Key Documents
Use the search feature to quickly and easily find and view any exhibit by exhibit number or exhibit name.
Multimedia at Their Fingertips
Have each finder of fact listen to audio recordings or watch videos right on the iPad at their own pace.
Snapshot Important Evidence
Annotate snapshots of documents, photos, or frames of video using multicolor pen, marker, or pencil tools.