The Video as Evidence Guide: U.S. Immigration aims to help attorneys introduce video evidence that will pass legal muster in a removal hearing challenging an immigrant’s removability, as well as help advocates and community members safely, ethically and effectively document encounters with immigration enforcement.
Author: Jackie Zammuto
This case study is part of the WITNESS Video as Evidence Guide: Immigration. You can find the full guide here. CELL PHONE VIDEO ADMITTED AT MERITS HEARING IN A SUCCESSFUL CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL CASE, NEW YORK IMMIGRATION COURT (2019) In a Fall 2019
This workflow is for advocates, legal teams and filmmakers producing legal advocacy videos to consider before, during and after filming.
WITNESS’ Legal Video Advocacy Program offers trainings and resources for advocates, lawyers and incarcerated individuals interested in using video to help reduce client sentences, and advocate for decarceration through clemency and parole.