We assist you in representing your clients accurately and effectively through the use of video.
Leave the video technicalities to us. We will interview, film, edit, color correct, balance audio levels, and export the video in the format you request.
Sentencing Mitigation Video
Statement of Allocution Video
This type of video is an effective way to display the defendant's character through interviews with the defendant, family members, and other vital sources. These videos can include visual elements relevant to the defendant's story, such as the childhood house they grew up in or the religious institution they attended.
If the defendant is planning to provide a statement of allocution, a video alternative is a great option. That is especially true if the defendant needs space to feel comfortable and open ears to listen. We aim to give defendants room to breathe and time to contemplate their words and accept responsibility.
This documentary-style video provides a visual record of a typical day in the client's life. These videos are often used as evidence in legal proceedings to support the injured person's claim for compensation or damages. It can also be helpful if a defendant is out on bail and makes positive changes in their routines.
Our hourly rate is $55. We prefer to charge an hourly rate to be flexible with your needs. Some cases require more interviews than others, which adds additional time to the interview and editing processes.
We are based in Gulfport, Mississippi, but are willing to travel to any location in the U.S. Let us know where you are at, and we can meet you there.
The confidentiality of our clients is of utmost importance to us. Because of that, we cannot show our portfolio publicly on our website, but you can request to see our work by contacting us.
"Mitigation videos have the capacity to convey with efficiency a more complex and nuanced portrait of a defendant’s background, character, and crime than ordinary oral testimony delivered by witnesses taking the stand."
Four Reasons to Utilize a Mitigation Video for Your Next Case:
To humanize the defendant as a person rather than someone accused of a crime by highlighting the defendant's lived experiences and ambitions.
To emphasize emotion, whether it be the defendant’s expression of remorse or the defendant’s family member’s sadness. Video is an effective way to show who is affected and how much they are affected.
To paint a more detailed picture that portrays the defendant's life by discussing topics such as childhood, education, work history, family life, and community involvement.
To highlight the defendant’s positive attributes. That can be achieved by interviews with people close to the defendant and by understanding what matters most to them.