Finally, incarcerated individuals can review the evidence against them digitally and meet with their attorney remotely. Evidence, in the form of documents, photographs, and videos are uploaded by defense counsel and shared in the incarcerated person's case file. They annotate directly on the documents with highlighting, comments, and questions that only their attorney can see, and they can sign documents digitally as well. When the video meeting occurs, the documents are right there, attached to every attorney-client meeting along with all notes, questions, and answers. Document review can take place before, during, or after an attorney meeting.
Reducing the amount of paper attorney files that enter a facility reduces the risk of contraband, making the environment safer for everyone. When incarcerated people have efficient access to their discovery and faster answers from their legal representatives, frustrations are reduced. Save staff time normally spent sending attorneys through security or searching paper files.
Conserve time typically spent traveling or sitting at a correctional facility waiting to see clients. With tools like text and comment word search, the ability to annotate and comment on videos (frame by frame, as well tools to slow video and zoom) and collaborative input from clients, defense attorneys work faster and smarter. Plea deals can be presented and signed in real time. All of the data that demonstrates that an attorney effectively represented and counseled each client is available.