Floridian courts are now beginning to take advantage of video and web conferencing to save time and money during cases.
Many court cases require a translator to be present as one or more of the parties involved may not be a native English speaker. This means hiring a translator to be present for the entire trial, with a lot of time and effort used simply in travel back and forth. Which also means paying for lawyers, judges and other court officials to wait around.
By rolling out a web conferencing system that allows the translator to work remotely, a single translator can work in any courtroom without having to physically travel there. This means the entire system can operate more efficiently and a single translator can handle trials being held hundreds of miles apart in the same day.
This is a good example of how we’ll be seeing web conferencing using in a day to day basis in the next few years. As the bandwidth and technology to run a web and video conference is becoming more common, it’s trivial to get everything set up safely and securely.
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