Recordings will be made available within a few business days after a hearing. The Court will also publish the corresponding notice of appeal (where the DPP is appealing a sentence), applications for leave and, where appropriate, the parties' written cases to provide context to the webcast proceeding.
The Notice to the Profession - Pilot streaming of Proceedings provides further information for practitioners.
Current webcast proceedings
- The Supreme Court of Victoria retains copyright in this footage.
- This footage is provided for the following reasons:
- a. To enable litigants and interested persons to view the proceedings;
- b. To assist media who are unable to personally attend judicial proceedings to fairly and accurately report on those proceedings;
- c. To allow schools, universities and legal training bodies to show judicial proceedings for educational purposes.
- By watching this footage you are agreeing:
- a. That you are not a prospective witness giving evidence in this trial;
- b. That if you are a witness giving evidence in this trial, your evidence is completed;
- c. Not to copy, store, edit, modify, broadcast, post or redistribute this footage without the prior written approval of the Supreme Court of Victoria;
- d. To include the attribution 'Supreme Court of Victoria with any link to this footage;
- e. To abide by any orders or directions made relating to the confidentiality and/or non-publication of the proceedings shown in this footage. If you do not, you should be aware that you may be subject to a legal action including for breach of copyright, or defamation or, potentially, contempt of court.