Judge Richard Kramer’s courtroom is one of the first to use a new high tech display device that combines many multi-media functions into one. (Photo: Jenna Bowles)
While electronic courtrooms are far from becoming a staple in most legal systems around the world, they have made some significant headway in 2016. From their deployment and growing acceptance in the U.S. to the advancements of courtroom tech in Singapore, more legal professionals are embracing and expecting technology to be a fundamental part of proceedings.
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