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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Celebrity-Courtroom-Sketch-OJ-Simpson -- I think Courtroom Sketches can fall under the category for information graphics because it is a graphic image that gives you insight on what is happening on the trial stand, the images capture the looks of concern, remorse, anger and you can feel as though you are right there.
This is an example of a court sketch. Court sketches really amaze me because the artists draw these sketches in a matter of minutes. Also, a reporter is the one usually telling the story, but all in a matter of one sketch, a person can tell what is going on. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Courtroom_sketch
The is an example of a courtroom sketch. The photo depicts the late Amy Winehouse showing the court her shoes. Cameras are not allowed in most courtrooms so artists are hired to capture what is going on within a short amount of time. http://www.crimelibrary.com/photogallery/courtroom-sketches.html?curPhoto=4
Celebrity-Courtroom-Sketch-Nicole-Richie -- This is another courtroom sketch of Nichole Richie. She seems frail and the judge is very serious. She is also dressed appropriately for the courtroom, unlike the notable badly dressed Lohan.