Tele Evidence

Tele-evidence refers to the use of telecommunications technology to present evidence in court. This can include video conferencing, live streaming, and the submission of electronic documents.
There are a number of potential benefits to using tele-evidence, including:

  • Reduced costs: Tele-evidence can save time and money by eliminating the need for witnesses and experts to travel to court.
  • Increased efficiency: Tele-evidence can make it easier to schedule and conduct court proceedings.
  • Improved access to justice: Tele-evidence can make it easier for people who live in remote areas or who have difficulty traveling to participate in court proceedings.
  • Enhanced safety: Tele-evidence can be used to protect witnesses and victims from harm.

The use of tele-evidence is becoming increasingly common in courts around the world. As the technology improves and the challenges are addressed, tele-evidence is likely to play an even greater role in the justice system.