The resource provides practical guidance aimed at strengthening citizen video used as evidence in courts, for advocacy, and by the media.
Video As Evidence Tag
The justice system in Brazil has yet to grasp or fully understand how to properly digest, analyze and process the new flood of video evidence.
Kelly Matheson will present and discuss WITNESS’ new Video as Evidence Field Guide at the 2015 Assembly of State Parties at the International Criminal Court.
Hari Sreenivasan reports on how WITNESS trains citizens around the world to record better video when they witness a crime, while protecting themselves from becoming targets.
The introduction of verified video evidence could be as critical as the introduction of forensics in criminal investigations and trials.
The ICC Appeals Chamber rejects Thomas Lubanga’s appeal and confirms that he forcibly enlisted child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo.