Issue 4 of the JAVS Perspectives Series is now available! Learn how the Kentucky court rules were amended for the A/V record to be the official court record, what was involved in moving to an all-digital recording system, and the cost savings realized.
Since 1985, courts in the state of Kentucky, USA, have been using audio video recording as the official record of court proceedings. The use of audio video recording has been one of the most successful uses of technology in our modern courtrooms.
Promoting accuracy and efficiency through A/V recording solutions, guaranteeing the preservation of the record for tomorrow's justice system.
At JAVS, we believe that it is everyone's basic, universal right to have an open, transparent society. The only way to preserve that right is through an accurate and accessible audio/video record of due process.