E-trials in Canada
E-discovery and technology may have changed the way we litigate. Fully equipped e-trials, however, continue to be the exception rather than the rule in Canada.
Video conferencing is widespread in today’s courtrooms. The benefits of this convenient, cost-effective, time-saving solution are plentiful.
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Show and tell
Build your case by integrating words and images.
Even the clearly shot, properly authenticated and comprehensively documented video can be ruled inadmissible in a Canadian court of law.
Bloggers in the Court
Judges in two prominent Ontario cases recently gave journalists the go-ahead to use wireless devices like laptops and smartphones to report live from courtrooms. Is it a new frontier for access to justice, or simply chaos waiting to happen?
Guide to Courtroom Technology in Canada
Certain high-profile trials have proven the value of technology usage in courtrooms. Yet most trials in Canada still do without even common technologies. Those who have experience with courtroom technology offer insights and tips about how to make it work.
Unplugging the Courtroom
A Canadian Judicial Council policy offers courts guidance on wireless issues.
Court Tech HQ
The Canadian Centre for Court Technology responds to growing courthouse tech demands.