Yes, in a manner of speaking.
There are many examples of court room camera footage being referred to help establish facts that can only be verified based upon the visual record and not the audio record of what occurred in court. I personally viewed videos of courtroom proceedings where an opposing attorney or police officer is accused of stealing a file or a document off of the table in the courtroom. Sometimes the question arises as to whether someone in the courtroom made obscene or threatening gestures.
And so while these questions may not be answered by an immediate “instant replay” kind of review, video recordings of courtroom proceedings can be and are used to resolve various issues of visual or viewable fact that may arise in a court case or in the court proceedings themselves.
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