With the many failures and shortcomings of digital and electronic recording a reality, coupled with the false promises of cost savings for utilizing this inferior method of capturing the record, one must ask, what price does the legal system pay for relying on ER/DAR reporting? By using audio/video recording as the sole means of capturing the record, it is not a matter of IF, but a matter of WHEN there will be a problem with the record. Attorney David Black discusses the real dangers of relying on a substandard means of capturing the record and the cost in terms of lost opportunity when the record is gone forever.
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