The Problems of Verifiable and Admissible Evidence Derived from Closed Circuit Television Video Relating to Criminal Cases

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Thinnamedh Wongyai
Naetiphong Laocharoen

Abstract

In Contemporary society, the advancement of technology has an extremely developed; resulting in the video and audio recorders from the Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV). It can be implemented as the worth evidence as the abduction and the material evidence has officially used in the criminal proceedings. According to the Criminal Procedure Code, the laws relating to the abduction and the admissibility of material evidences in terms of the video and audio from the CCTV. However, the various issues dealing with the evidences have seriously been lacking of studies especially the status of the material evidences, the problem, and the obstacles of the abduction and the admissibility of the CCTV’s evidences in criminal matter. Because its reliability can be improved as well. So, the objective of this study is to suggest for more precise legal resolutions. There is a verifiable direction as well as a lacking such the criteria, the expertise and the institution that can be supported in the forensic science from CCTV. Overall, the basic information is to be suggesting the effectively legal improvements.

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Wongyai, Thinnamedh, and Naetiphong Laocharoen. “The Problems of Verifiable and Admissible Evidence Derived from Closed Circuit Television Video Relating to Criminal Cases”. Naresuan University Law Journal 13, no. 2 (December 25, 2020): 91-118. Accessed March 9, 2021. https://so04.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/lawnujournal/article/view/237592.
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