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Court Proceedings: Transitioning to Automated Court Recordings (CR 09-004)

Court Proceedings: Transitioning to Automated Court Recordings (CR 09-004)

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Published by: INPROL on Jan 21, 2010
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Court Proceedings:Transitioning toAutomated CourtRecordings
INPROL Consolidated Response (09-004)
With contributions from John Mantini, Scott Carlson, Leigh Toomey, Oliver Stolpe, GeorgesSeraydarian Souren, Markus Zimmer, Mira Gur-Arie, Christopher Shelton, Peggy Ochandarena,Neil Pouliot, and Francis BremsonInitial draft prepared by Jennifer Lea, William & Mary Schoolof Law, finalized by Scott Carlson, ROL Facilitator.
 
 
 
INPROL is a project of the United States Institute of Peace with facilitation support from the Center of Excellence for StabilityPolice Units, the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, the Public International Law & Policy Group, the Swedish Police Peace SupportOperations and the United States Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.
C
OURT
P
ROCEEDINGS
: T
RANSITIONING TO
A
UTOMATED
C
OURT
R
ECORDINGS
INPROL Consolidated Response (09-004)
 July 2009
 Submitted by:
Barry Walsh, Director, Walsh, Barry & Associates Pty. Ltd.
Draft prepared by
: Jennifer Lea, William & Mary School of Law—finalized by ScottCarlson, ROL Facilitator.
With contributions from
:1. John Mantini, Rule of Law Advisor - Office of Joint Strategic Planning andAssessment, Department of State2. Scott Carlson, INPROL Senior Rule of Law Advisor and ROL Facilitator, UnitedStates Institute of Peace3. Leigh Toomey, former INPROL Rule of Law Facilitator, United States Institute of Peace4. Oliver Stolpe, Crime Prevention Officer, United Nations Office on Drugs andCrime5. Georges Seraydarian Souren, ASG (retired) Senior consultant6. Markus Zimmer, Deputy Chief of Party, Millennium Challenge Corporation,Threshold Country Program/USAID Ukrainian Rule of Law Program, Kyiv,Ukraine7. Mira Gur-Arie, Director, International Judicial Relations, Federal Judicial Center 8. Christopher Shelton, Criminal Justice Systems Specialist, PAE and PMP9. Peggy Ochandarena, Deputy Director, World Justice Project10. Neil G. Pouliot, INPROL Police Commanders Forum Facilitator, retired Chief Superintendent of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police11. Francis Bremson, Senior Court Management Advisor, Checchi-MSI/USAIDAfghanistan Rule of Law ProjectThe full text of the responses provided by these INPROL members can be found athttp://www.inprol.org/node/2421. INPROL invites further comment by members.
 
 
INPROL is a project of the United States Institute of Peace with facilitation support from the Center of Excellence for StabilityPolice Units, the Pearson Peacekeeping Centre, the Public International Law & Policy Group, the Swedish Police Peace SupportOperations and the United States Department of State's Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs.
Note:
All opinions stated in this consolidated response have been made in a personalcapacity and do not necessarily reflect the views of particular organizations. INPROLdoes not explicitly advocate policies.

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