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How Video’s Changing The Court System

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Although video conferencing is sometimes perceived as mainly being used by commercial firms, it’s also showing significant uptake in the legal sector, too.

You may be interested to learn, for example, that a wide range of legal sector bodies – from lawyers to full court systems – are starting to find the approach is just as useful for them as it is for many other sectors, from education to finance.

Customers of video conferencing leader LifeSize in the legal arena are using it to issue (and receive) warrants and other time-sensitive legal documents.

Other usages include the way local government in Mississippi’s Hinds County are using high definition video to save time and transportation costs by doing as much routine suspect arraignment work remotely as it can.

Meanwhile, video testimony from witnesses can often be a great way for defence teams to get on top of cases.

At the same time, as with many other organisations, law firms say video’s proving to be an excellent way to support staff in their on-going education/training, foster collaboration between teams, as well as engage with clients remotely.

HD video communication system provider LifeSize is the video communication arm of IT giant Logitech.

For more information about LifeSize, please click here .

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