Digital Evidence and Exhibit Handling (DEEH)
DEEH enables (i) the broadcasting of digital evidence (videos or images) in a courtroom; and (ii) annotation during witness testimony.
The broadcasting function includes displaying on connected screens e-bundle pages or the physical objects on a visualiser.
DEEH also supports copying digital exhibits for legal representatives or parties during court proceedings for hearing preparation.
|1. Introduction show QR code||01:31||720p|
|1.1 Overview of the workflow and functions of DEEH||00:00 - 01:31|
|2. Digital images and videos as exhibits show QR code||05:30||720p|
|2.1 Broadcasting digital evidence from the parties' notebooks||00:00 - 00:42|
|2.2 Capturing and saving digital evidence as MFI files||00:43 - 03:29|
|2.3 Annotating MFI files during witness testimony||03:30 - 03:45|
|2.4 Marking annotated MFI files as exhibits||03:46 - 05:30|
|3. Making copies show QR code||00:29||720p|
|3.1 Copying MFI files and exhibits by the parties||00:00 - 00:29|
|4. Physical objects as exhibits show QR code||00:52||720p|
|4.1 Broadcasting physical objects via a visualizer||00:00 - 00:12|
|4.2 Capturing and saving digital evidence as MFI files||00:13 - 00:24|
|4.3 Annotating MFI files during witness testimony||00:25 - 00:32|
|4.4 Marking annotated MFI files as exhibits||00:33 - 00:52|
|5. E-bundle pages as exhibits show QR code||01:22||720p|
|5.1 Viewing an e-bundle page||00:00 - 00:47|
|5.2 Capturing and saving an e-bundle page as an MFI file||00:48 - 00:58|
|5.3 Annotating the MFI file during witness testimony||00:59 - 01:04|
|5.4 Marking the annotated MFI files as an exhibit||01:05 - 01:22|