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Technology and Electronics in the Courtroom

What are some of the practical and ethical issues that can arise from electronic usage by a law firm in the courtroom?

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In the courtroom, the use of electronic surveillance can raise ethical concerns because of the privacy that should be appropriated for defendants and victims alike. Defendants are innocent until proven guilty, therefore, they are entitled to the innocent until proven guilty mantra, which will be eroded if cameras are allowed in the courtroom influencing public opinion of ...

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This solution looks at the use of electronic surveillance in the courtroom and its practical and ethical implications from the law firm and public standpoint.