Louisiana Personal Injury Law: Surveillance Video

Evidence in the form of moving pictures or videotapes must be approached with great caution because they show only intervals of the activities of the subject, they do not show rest periods, and do not reflect whether the subject is suffering pain during or after the activity. See Olivier v. LeJeune, 95-0053 (La.2/28/96), 668 So.2d 347, 351; and Orgeron v. Tri-State Road Boring, Inc., 434 So.2d 65, 68 (La. 1983).

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