Gresham College lecture on digital policing
The most astonishing thing about this lecture, at least from a British perspective, is the analysis of the British justice system. Not only does it have to support multiple legal philosophies (the Scottish system is different from the English system) but, as one of the commentators points out, it is not a justice system at all, it is hodge-podge of ideas from government and parliament stuck together with tape (Scotch tape if you are north of the border!)
Other countries, particularly the newer states, have had the opportunity to design a system. In this lecture I feature some material from Dubai (one of the states of the United Arab Emirates) but I could have equally well picked Abu Dhabi.