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Nemchin v. Green: The Admissibility of Surveillance at Trial

Nemchin v. Green: The Admissibility of Surveill...

Written By: Patrick Brown and Brock Turville, Student-at-Law In personal injury trials, defence counsel commonly uses video surveillance to bring the severity or existence of the plaintiff’s injuries into question. This is often achieved by showing the judge or jury footage of the plaintiff performing certain tasks, playing sports, or engaging in social activities, which is usually recorded by investigators....
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