Facilities in EU countries

Many courts in Member States are now equipped with videoconferencing facilities in the courtroom or in special hearing rooms for witnesses and experts.

To make it easier for judges, prosecutors and court staff to find the practical information they need to conduct a hearing by videoconference in cross-border proceedings, the Member States' Justice Ministries have provided details on the location and type of videoconferencing facilities available in courts. Please select the relevant country's flag to obtain detailed national information. No details are given of equipment installed in ministries or prisons.

Last update: 18/01/2019

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Informazzjoni dwar faċilitajiet nazzjonali - Malta

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L-aħħar aġġornament: 24/05/2018

Il-verzjoni bil-lingwa nazzjonali hija ġestita mill-Istat Membru rispettiv. It-traduzzjonijiet saru mis-servizz tal-Kummissjoni Ewropea. Jista' jkun hemm xi tibdil imdaħħal fl-oriġinal mill-awtorità nazzjonali kompetenti li jkun għadu ma jidhirx fit-traduzzjonijiet. Il-Kummissjoni Ewropea ma taċċettax responsabbilta jew kwalunkwe tip ta' tort fir-rigward ta' kull informazzjoni jew dejta li tinsab jew li hemm referenza għaliha f'dan id-dokument. Jekk jogħġbok irreferi għall-avviż legali sabiex tiċċekkja r-regoli dwar id-drittijiet tal-awtur għall-Istati Membri responsabbli minn din il-paġna.