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Why Do Courts Use Courtroom Sketch Artists?

This is a courtroom sketch of Lindsay Lohan. These sketches are made due to the fact that you cant have photographers in the courtroom.

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This short documentary captures the rise and fall of a courtroom sketch artist in Texas. Produced by: Ramtin Nikzad Click here to follow us: vimeo.com/newyorktimes Watch more videos at: nytimes.com/video Follow on Twitter: twitter.com/nytvideo

The Documentary Drawings category includes more than 3,000 drawings made between 1750 and 1970. Eye-witness sketches made during the U.S. Civil War are the most frequently used images. Also included are topographical views, bank note vignettes, portraits, and courtroom sketches. A large group of Russian drawings show areas of China in the 1800s. Among the well-known artists represented by numerous works are William Birch, Howard Brodie, Kenyon Cox, Edwin Forbes, Augustus Kollner, James…

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A courtroom sketch of Norfolk City Treasurer Anthony Burfoot during his public corruption trial on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016. Credit: Alba Bragoli

This is a courtroom sketch of celebrity Paris Hilton, which is an example of one of the information graphics. For more information on courtroom sketches: http://justinmuir.hubpages.com/hub/Why-Do-Courts-Use-Courtroom-Sketch-Artists

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U.S. Buying Marilyn Church’s Courtroom Sketches

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The courtroom sketch from the #storrsobjection #sustainability at @space55_phx #comedy #art #drawing #courtroom #sketch #standup #factcheck #humor #artist @unrealrico is #talented and #wonderful Re-post by Hold With Hope

from Washington Post

O.J. Simpson courtroom-sketch artist says ‘O.J. was miscast’ in FX’s crime miniseries

Bill Robles's courtroom sketch of O.J. Simpson from the 1996 civil trial. (courtesy of Bill Robles)

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