« Trial by Zoom » : What Virtual hearings might mean for Open Courts, Participants Privacy and the Integrity of Court Proceedings
Amy SALYZYN, «Trial by Zoom » : What Virtual hearings might mean for Open Courts, Participants Privacy and the Integrity of Court Proceedings» The Conversation, (17 avril 2020).
En anglais seulement.
It’s not business as usual in Canadian courts. The COVID-19 pandemic has upended court operations, just as it has upended every other aspect of daily life. One response to the need to ensure physical distancing has been to move in-person court hearings to virtual formats. Beyond the utility of virtual hearings as short term emergency measures, there is reason to believe that this moment may well mark the start of a shift toward increased use of virtual hearings in the longer term. In discussing the impact of COVID-19 on courts, the Chief Justice of the Ontario Superior Court has stated, “we have been forced and the Ministry has been forced to accelerate its plans to move to electronic hearings and also to electronic filings and we cannot go back….it is time for Ontario to push forward…we cannot go backwards.”
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