This page is to demonstrate that the diagram used during the trial was inaccurate, especially how the shower door is drawn.
The diagram states the shower door is 28 1/2 inches (or perhaps 28 1/4 inches) wide. From the photos, this is slightly less than the width of the shower opening, suggesting that is therefore 30 inches (it’s hard to read the diagram). The shower depth is shown as 32 inches. This means the shower is nearly square, but it is drawn as a rectangle, with a depth of about 36 inches. The cumulative effect of the errors is that when the shower door on the diagram swings open, instead of aligning neatly with the wall that runs from the shower opening to a bend before the closet opening, it is about twice as long as that wall.
There is another issue with the diagram – it shows a single large pool of blood on the bedroom carpet which bears very little resemblance to the actual evidence, and none of the other blood pools are shown. See Size of Bood Pools for estimates that suggest the larger pool outside the linen cupboard is comparable in size to the distinct pool on the bedroom carpet.