Why Video a Legal Proceeding?
Legal video is a powerful tool that allows the viewers to watch and hear the parties involved, as they explain their side of the story in their own words. Video captures the unspoken word, body language, pauses, and emotions as they happen in real time – something that can be lost in a written transcript. It is not always about the verbal answer to the question, but also the body language that can influence a case. This type of information can only be captured through video, and would not be evident on a written court transcript.
WHAT IS A C.L.V.S.?
The National Court Reporters Association (NCRA) created the Certified Legal Video Specialist (CLVS) designation as a way for the top legal videographers to stand out in their field. The program sets and enforces standards for competency in the capture, utilization, and retention of legal video and promotes awareness of these standards within the legal marketplace. Legal videographers partner with court reporters to ensure the integrity of both the video of legal proceedings and the official transcript. *
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- Day-in-the-Life Videos
- Accident Reconstruction
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WHY SHOULD YOU HIRE A C.L.V.S.?
In addition to being an experienced videographer, one must study for, and have passed, both a written test and a practical exam that tests skill and knowledge of video equipment, legal procedure, and the proper handling of the video record.
A CLVS adheres to the 62 Standards for Video Depositions as set forth by the Certified Legal Video Specialist Council of the National Court Reporters Association.
Every three years, a CLVS is required to take a minimum of 10 hours of continuing education to stay current with the trends that encompass the combined fields of videography, court reporting, and the legal industry.
What Sets Us Apart?
- Over 25 Years of Experience
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