In this case, Dr Young testified about the mental state of the defendant, who was accused of murder. She used a combination of clinical assessments, empirical evidence, and plain language to communicate her findings effectively. Dr Young used visual aids, such as diagrams and charts, to illustrate her points and make complex concepts more accessible.
Additionally, she anticipated potential questions and concerns from the audience and addressed them proactively in her testimony. By using clinical assessments and empirical evidence, Dr Young was able to provide a detailed analysis of the defendant’s mental state, which helped to shed light on the circumstances surrounding the crime. Her use of visual aids and plain language made her testimony more accessible and easier to understand, enhancing her persuasiveness and credibility.