Legal Information: Cameras in Court Pilot Project Now Has 70 Videos Online
From the Administrator of the U.S. Courts:
The federal judiciary’s digital video pilot, which started in July, now has posted some 70 videos of various courtroom proceedings in eight separate cases.
In all, 14 federal trial courts* are participating in the three-year experiment.
The pilot is limited to civil, not criminal, cases. No proceedings may be recorded without the approval of the presiding judge and the consent of the parties. The recordings are posted on this website and also may be posted on the participating court’s website.
You can read more about the pilot project, and view the videos already posted, on the Cameras in Courts page.
See Also: Watch Courtroom Video
See Also: Courts Selected for Federal Cameras in Court Pilot Study (June 8, 2011)
See Also: Judiciary Approves Pilot Project for Cameras in District Courts (Sept. 14, 2010)
* Participating Courts:
- Middle District of Alabama
- Northern District of California
- Southern District of Florida
- District of Guam
- Northern District of Illinois
- Southern District of Iowa
- District of Kansas
- District of Massachusetts
- Eastern District of Missouri
- District of Nebraska
- Northern District of Ohio
- Southern District of Ohio
- Western District of Tennessee
- Western District of Washington
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