As more law enforcement agencies nationwide adopt body-worn cameras, the video footage recorded by these devices—if admitted as evidence in court—has the potential to transform courts’ “traditional reliance on testimony and text,” according to an article forthcoming in the UC Davis Law Review.
“Beyond the headlines, in the daily work of courts, body camera video has an important role to play in improving the accuracy and quality of justice in criminal procedure cases,” writes Mary . . .
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