Technology’s role in law is growing, and courtrooms are taking note. Looking to uncover attitudes toward everyday technology, the New York City Bar Association took an online survey of judiciary members serving in the five counties of the Criminal Term of the New York City Criminal Court and New York State Supreme Court.

Put together by the City Bar’s Criminal Justice Operations Committee, the survey found what specific technologies were being used in different judges’ courtrooms and whether judges felt that these technologies were beneficial to cases. Judges responding to the survey—74 out of 193 (38 percent)—were polled on their use of five technology categories: electronic filing; electronically displayed evidence and jury charge; electronic submissions, decisions and transcripts; email; and video­conferencing.

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