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Video Evidence: A Primer for Prosecutors

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Video Evidence: A Primer for Prosecutors was developed for the purpose of educating prosecutors on the numerous sources of video evidence, the benefits of its use in court, and challenges faced by prosecutors’ offices in the handling of video evidence. A sample process flow is included as step-by-step guidance on the procedures a prosecutor may follow when preparing and handling video evidence. This process flow corresponds to a typical case flow, from receipt of evidence through the trial. The primer also includes a glossary of terms and list of recommended resources for further reading.

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Formal Document Title Video Evidence: A Primer for Prosecutors
Author Global Justice Information Sharing Initiative
Date Approved By GAC 11/3/2016
Last Revision Date 10/21/2016
Version Number 1
Pages 12
File Format Portable Document Format
File Size 735.1 KB

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