Video is increasingly serving as evidence in a broad range of legal settings, but there are currently no universal concrete standards for admissibility. If you want to use a video as evidence, ensure that you investigate and consult legal professionals on the requirements relevant to your court’s jurisdiction.
As a rule, however, any evidence must first and foremost be deemed relevant to the case or investigation in question, and to hold probative value. Probative value is the ability of evidence to prove an issue, and increases when the evidence can be shown to be authentic and reliable. The actions you take to ensure the authenticity of your video therefore strengthen its probative value.
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