Is Your Video Ready for Presentation in the Courtroom?

Recorded On: 07/31/2021

It is no secret how important video has become for litigation and trial is the pinnacle in our legal system. Having knowledge of how video is used in the courtroom and common workflows to present this evidence can be a value add in your service model. Jenkins and Butcher will share their experience preparing and organizing video content and using technology in the courtroom. This session will provide you an overview of complementary workflows to take your business to the next level. Total CEU 0.1. Product will expire 30 days from registration.

Robert Butcher, CLVS

Robert Butcher is a 10-year Legal Video and Trial Presentation Veteran and owner of Professional Legal Video. As the Chief Operations Officer, Robert cultivates his passion for the process by providing top quality services in litigation support from discovery through trial. Utilizing the latest equipment and software, Robert and the PLV team offer innovation and cutting-edge services to the legal community.

Robert holds degrees and certificates in Legal Video, Trial Presentation, Graphic Design, Video Production, Web Design, and is a Part 107UAV Drone Pilot. An admitted serial student, Robert continues to enrich his knowledge through online education and certificate education courses, continually striving to deliver his clients the best.

Robert, originally form Minneapolis, Minnesota, is a long time Colorado transplant.  Happily married to the lovely Julie Butcher and proud father of 4 children and 4 grandchildren. Outside of the workplace he finds his joy spending time with his family in the outdoors boating, hiking, skiing, paddle boarding and fishing. 

David Jenkins, CLVS

David Jenkins started his business, Certified Legal Video Specialists LTD, in 2018 in Minneapolis, Minn. His business focus is on video depositions, courtroom playback with audio visual support and digital trial tools, video conferencing/streaming, and "picture in picture" recording. His small group also provides complex video editing services, produces "day in the life" videos, still photography of personal injury scars, and deformities focusing on details of hard to image scars. As a FAA and MNDOT certified drone pilot he also images auto crash scenes, building fire and roof damage, bridge collapse, etc. His video career started in the 1990s after being a still photographer for many years. The primary focus was on corporate video production and depositions. After accepting a position with UNFI in communications in 2009 he continued with the company for nearly 20 years. After leaving UNFI, Jenkins started Certified Legal Video Specialists in 2018. He became NCRA certified in 2018 and joined the CLVS Council shortly after that. He is very excited to see growth in the business and is using this time during the pandemic to work on marketing and website creation.


Is Your Video Ready for Presentation in the Courtroom? Video
Open to view video.  |  60 minutes
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Is Your Video Ready for Presentation in the Courtroom? Quiz
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  100/100 points to pass
2 Questions  |  2 attempts  |  100/100 points to pass To receive 0.1 Credit, you must answer both questions correctly. If you do not pass, you will have one more attempt. If both attempts are unsuccessful, you may purchase a quiz retake for $10. You may only purchase one quiz retake. *After passing the quiz, do not forget to view/print your certificate to gain your CEU credit.
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Certificate - Is Your Video Ready for Presentation in the Courtroom?
0.100 CEU Credit credits  |  Certificate available
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