1 This entry focuses on audio and video recordings. It will address how the procedural frameworks of many of the international courts and tribunals under review do not expressly address the collection, admission, and assessment of audio and video recordings. However, because of the increasing prevalence of audio and video recordings in international proceedings, it deserves our special consideration. Audio and video recordings are a form of digital evidence. In turn, digital evidence is understood here to include all evidence stored on, received, or transmitted in...
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