Technology, Criminal Proceedings, Hearings and Oral Trial

Show simple item record Arellano, Jaime Blanco, Rafael Cora, Laura Gallardo, Eduardo Moreno, Leonardo Decap, Mauricio Guzmán, Fernando Quilichini, Manuel
dc.coverage.spatial Chile 2021-05-05T14:06:48Z 2021-05-05T14:06:48Z 2020-06
dc.description.abstract These challenges are even more profound if one observes the mechanisms through which cases are channeled, discussed and resolved in an accusatory and adversarial criminal justice system that uses oral, concentrated and contradictory oral hearings that involve interactions between operators and litigators and among the litigators themselves. This comes in addition to the relationships and connections between litigants and witnesses or experts and among attorneys and their clients. All of this develops in the context of a hearing that is not easy to transfer to an electronic platform so that it can be held remotely (also referred to as virtually).
dc.language.iso en
dc.subject COVID19
dc.subject Oral Trial
dc.subject Technology
dc.subject Criminal Proceedings
dc.subject JSCA
dc.title Technology, Criminal Proceedings, Hearings and Oral Trial
dc.ceja.source CEJA

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