To cut costs, Court will make audiences through video conferencing in the AM

The forecast is that videoconferencing are in place by the end of this year.
10/09/2016 15h06 - Updated 10/09/2016 15h09
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The Amazon Court (TJAM) announced, on Friday (9), you want to take custody hearings through video conferencing. According to judiciary, the project will establish interaction, In real time, with prisons in Manaus, providing conducting sessions with prisoners avoiding the displacement of convicts to the sticks of Justice.

The forecast is that videoconferencing are in place by the end of this year. The TJAM reported that the project is innovative in the Amazon and has been formatted by the Systems Development Sector (SDS) and the Information and Communication Technology Division (DVTIC) do TJAM, in partnership with the State Department of Penitentiary Administration (SEAP).

According to the systems analyst SDS / TJAM, Rodrigo Choji, the goal is to reduce logistics costs necessary to carry out face custody hearings.

"Today, logistics for hearings with inmates travel to the forums has a high cost, because the procedures also require greater care to safety in order to avoid possible leakage and redemptions”, Rodrigo mentioned Choji, through the press office.

Choji added that the logistics costs for performing conventional hearing is even greater when taken into account the need to shift judges.

Technology Division of Information and Communication TJAM reported that in addition to being useful for the audience, the system can also be used for the facilitation of meetings between representatives of the judiciary and the prison system.

Source: G1

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