The Technologies of Remote Communication in The Investigation and Trial and Their Impact on the Requirements of Justice

  •  Mamdouh Hassan Mane Al-adwan    


Using the remote communication technology in investigation and trial procedures is based on linking the parties of a criminal case in one geographical scope, or in several areas in the same country, or in different regional places among different countries. Therefore, it is imperative to get acquainted with the general rules in remote investigation and trial that have been introduced by criminal legislation to break the traditional general rules of litigation, and to take into account the technological development data in the field of crime detection without prejudice to the rights of the accused or other parties to the criminal case. There is no doubt that the use of audio-visual communication technology will clearly contribute to reducing the financial burdens on the parties of the case, in addition to the legality of these procedures and their impact on the criminal justice system. Consequently, most criminal legislation seeks to include new means and methods for conducting investigations and criminal trial procedures and to create effective litigation procedures in pursuit of achieving justice in its optimal form, especially as technological and technical means are constantly developing, which would necessitate to employ this tremendous development in technological data and modern technology to develop the justice sector.

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