Mercredi 13 juin | 13h à 16h

High Technology Courtrooms, Remote Appearances Via Video Conferencing, and Modern Trial Evidence

(Séance en anglais)

CONFÉRENCIER INVITE : Fredric I. Lederer (William and Mary School of Law / Center for Legal and Court Technology / Chercheur associé du Laboratoire de cyberjustice)

Professor Fred Lederer of the Center for Legal and Court Technology of William & Mary Law School will discuss today’s emerging high-technology courtrooms, the types of technology now in use and which likely will be used in the future, and the types of evidence that will be presented in them. In doing so, Professor Lederer will emphasize the use of video conferencing for remote appearances of all kinds, including remote interpretation. His discussion of evidence will include computer animations and the implications of police body and sedan cameras and drone obtained data.

Professor Lederer’s presentation will be informed by his work with William& Mary’s McGlothlin Courtroom, the world’s most technologically advanced trial and appellate courtroom, the United States counterpart to the Cyberjustice Laboratory.

Lectures obligatoires :

  • Fredric I. Lederer, Judging in the Age of Technology, Judge’s Journal, December, 2014.
  • Fredric I. Lederer, Some Thoughts on Technology and the Practice of Law, The Bencher, January-February, 2014.
  • Fredric Lederer, Wired, What We Have Learned About Courtroom Technology, ABA Criminal Justice (Winter, 2010)
  • Harrell v. State, 709 So.2d 1364 (Fla. 1998)

Lecture suggérée :

  • Fredric Lederer, The Potential Use of Courtroom Technology in Major Terrorism Cases, 12 WM & Mary Bill Rts. J. 887 (2004).

Ce contenu a été mis à jour le 26 juin 2018 à 11 h 51 min.