Extract from Veritone's article "All You Need to Know About New York State’s New E-Discovery Law & Technology Solutions That Accelerate the Discovery Process"
New York State’s new e-discovery law puts time pressure on prosecutors
They say justice is blind. However, a recently passed New York state law promises to remove the blindfolds from defense lawyers by mandating that prosecutors submit all evidence against defendants at the earliest possible stages of a case. Because the law affects audio and video-based evidence too, prosecutors will need to accelerate the multimedia discovery process, requiring the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) tools that allow rapid e-discovery during the early case assessment (ECA) stage of cases.
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