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Wi-Fi available in all courts by October 2015, announces MoJ

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The government said Wi-Fi will be available in all courts by October 2015, ahead of its original target date of March 2016.

The Ministry of Justice says the accelerated timetable puts the government ”in a good position” to get all criminal courts working digitally by July 2016.

Wi-Fi availability will allow, among other things, defendants to appear in court via prison-to-court video links for pre-trial hearings, prosecutors and defence lawyers to present cases from mobile phones; and submissions to be stored centrally and made accessible through digital devices, using Wi-Fi connections.


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