Partner Justin Sanders joined Panel Discussion about the Use of Video Evidence in the Courtroom at Loyola Law School

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Partner Justin Sanders was a panelist in a moderated interactive panel discussion at Loyola Law School in the Burns Lounge on the topic of video evidence.

The audience enjoyed learning about the trending use of the use of body cameras, smartphones and video and the use of the evidence of such for courtroom battles.

Mr. Sanders was joined in a panel discussion by Hon. Judge Patricia J. Titus and attorney Jamon Hicks.  The event was hosted by Black Women Lawyers. 

Photo Credit: Black Women Lawyer’s Association

Description of the panel discussion from Black Women Lawyers Official Website. Click here to read more.

Body Cameras, Smartphones, and Video: a discussion on the trending use of video evidence in courtroom battles.

On November 17, 2016, BWL held its November general meeting and hosted an interactive panel discussion entitled Body Cameras, Smartphones, and Video: a discussion on the trending use of video evidence in courtroom battles.   The panel was moderated by Candace Neal, Associate, Reed Smith LLP.  Panelists included the Honorable Patricia Titus, Los Angeles Superior Court, Inglewood; Justin Sanders, Partner, Sanders Roberts & Jewett LLP; and Jamon Hicks, Partner, Douglas Hicks Law Firm.  The panelists and attendees discussed issues surrounding the admissibility and exclusion of video evidence, procedural issues, and dealing with limitations and objections.  We also watched the NPR video from a body camera involving an altercation between police officers and a “suspect” and discussed the implications of what was shown.  This MCLE event was held in the Burns Lounge of Loyola Law School.

 

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