Video-conferencing in Criminal Cases

The ECBA has launched a Working Group (WG) in order to discuss the use of remote video-technologies in criminal cases and has drafted an European Criminal Bar Association Statement of Principles on the use of Video-Conferencing in Criminal Cases in a Post-Covid-19 World. The statement has been officially launched at our Spring Conference in Rome, on the 12th September 2020, during a panel dedicated to the subject. The paper was submitted to the EC Consultation on 14 September 2020.

Alexis Anagnostakis, Amedeo Barletta, Nicola Canestrini, Vânia Costa Ramos and Jaanus Tehver. 

Members of the WG
Constance Ascione le Dréau, Adriana de Buerba, Bugnariu Dănuţ-Ioan, Deborah Hondius, Vladimir Hrle, Gwen Jansen, Robin Lööf, Finn Meinel, Rebecca Niblock, Anna Oehmichen, Juan Palomino, Mikolaj Pietrzak, Maria Radziejowska, Adrian Sandru, Demetra Sorvatizioti, Petra van Kampen.

ECBA members Federico Cappelletti (Human Rights Committee) and Stefanie Schott (E-evidence WG Co-chair) participated at the FRA Expert meeting on digitalisation and justice in Vienna on 28 November 2023.

Click here to read their report.