The Use of Audio/Video and Digital Technology in the Courts
The state of Kentucky is best known in the United States and around the world for its tasty bourbon, fast racehorses, and Kentucky Fried Chicken—not for courtroom technology.
But in the early 1980s, a general jurisdiction trial judge from rural Kentucky had an idea that revolutionized our court system. In the white paper, The Use of Audio/Video and Digital Technology in the Courts, Ret. Judge William Knopf shares his experiences with A/V recording throughout his 27-year career in the Kentucky Courts. Judge Knopf also looks at the early history of A/V recordings in the court and discusses the initial launch of a pilot program in Kentucky that changed how courts can operate into the future.
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