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Brandon Bass

Most of the technological dangers at the recording phase can be minimized by hiring someone who knows what they're doing and has good equipment to do it with. Most of the dangers in the playback at trial phase are at least equally present with live testimony - the speaker's mannerisms, or problems with the jury missing a key phrase, for example. If a picture's worth a thousand words, then a video is worth about $60,000 a second.

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