According to a survey being conducted by former magistrate Penelope Gibbs, director of charity Transform Justice, nearly three-quarters of respondents say video-link hearings in England and Wales have had a negative impact on participation for defendants who do not speak English well or at all, and for unrepresented defendants.
Sir James Munby, president of the family division, berated the state of equipment in family courts, including his own court in London’s Royal Courts of Justice. Last year a law firm threatened to boycott a pilot virtual court duty scheme, which it claimed was not fit for purpose.
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