The role of electronic visual recording in the Jordanian criminal evidence


  • Imad Mohammad Rabie
  • Mohannad Walid Al-Haddad


In fact, electronic flashes are only visual, electronic, visual evidence that depends on the use of information and communication technology to prove the crime, which evidence can be obtained by modern electronic means such as mobile phones, modern digital cameras, e-mail, etc., and through these means, the crime can be monitored, and its data stored. In the electronic memory, and therefore suitable as evidence of the crime, this evidence takes several forms: In the form of still images (photographs) or moving images (video), or electronic data such as e-mail messages or phone messages (SMS), including all or part of the details of the case. The electronic video recordings and the extracts they contain have contributed to proving many crimes and attributing them to their perpetrators.