Police Corps today use the system to have face-to-face meetings with citizens who have been victim of criminality. The citizen can go to an unmanned location and file his complaint in a formal fashion, using the system and communicating live with a police officer in a remote location. This is not suited for heavy criminal facts (murder, rape) but is very suited for ‘small’ criminal offenses : wallet or purse theft, graffiti damage, verbal violence, etc… The citizen reporting the crime can take with him/her a printed version of the officially filed report or it can be send by e-mail to his/her home address. If needed, an interpreter is available 24/7 (audio only) for simultaneous translation between the police officer and the victim.
Lawyers could bring in their witnesses to the stand for a testimony and make depositions. In cases of child abuse, children would not have to appear in the Court Room. Judges could use telepresence technology to conduct court in remote cities to save travel time and to respond quickly to meet deadline and case requirements. Attorneys can consult with their clients in prison.