Sentencing Mitigation Videos

Passon helps lawyers win in and out of court with high-quality, compelling and ethically and legally unimpeachable litigation videos. Criminal Sentencings. Death Penalty. Plea negotiations. Damages. Clemency. Parole. This is cutting-edge content creation from experienced legal professionals.

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Doug Passon Law is a one-of-a-kind law office AND a fully functioning video production studio. However, some stories are better told in their natural settings. Wherever you are, your voice will be heard.

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Criminal Sentencing

Sentencing mitigation videos are now an established method of legal advocacy, particularly in federal court. The rules of evidence allow for this in virtually any case, and any jurisdiction. Many judges are on record saying that, done right, videos make a difference in their decision-making process. They can also be used to negotiate a more favorable plea agreement.

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Death Penalty/Clemency

These are called "penalty phase videos". After a jury finds a defendant guilty in a capital case, they must then decide whether to impose the ultimate penalty. These videos give the jurors a deeper insight into the life of the defendant and can mean the difference between life and death.

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Civil Litigation

Civil lawyers have long understood the value of telling their story with pictures. Civil, "day-in-the-life" videos are common in personal injury cases to give the jury or opposing counsel a better picture of the damages suffered by the plaintiff.

Courtroom Videos

Courtroom videos are private, for attorneys only.
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I just wanted to take some time to really thank you for the video you made. That video was what changed the judge's mind and I hope you have a ton of business because the service you provide made all the difference in the world in my case.

-J.R.