Tim Owens, CLVS

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Tim Owens is a full-time certified legal videographer with a degree in Radio-TV Communications and many years of professional video experience. He works with attorneys daily at depositions, inspections, and video-streaming projects. His primary responsibility is managing our in-house video department in Orlando, FL. Tim possesses a great knowledge of computer software and hardware. When not attending depositions, Tim handles video encoding, editing, syncing, duplication, technical support and trouble-shooting.

Tim has a broad range of experience as a videographer. He has been the videographer of record at depositions, EUOs, vehicle inspections, accident scene inspections, equipment inspections, Independent Medical Examinations, and death-bed interviews. Because of his experience in broadcast, Tim always ensures that your deposition videos are of the highest quality and ready for use at trial. All of the depositions and videos produced by our production department can be delivered in any format you request. Whether you need a DVD, a VHS tape, .mpg, or any other file type, we can deliver. We also ensure that all videos are clearly labeled as “Not Edited for Trial” when they are initially delivered. You can then send them back to Tim for complimentary editing of objections prior to your trial.

The legal video specialist certification is the highest certification obtainable from the National Court Reporters Association and takes over a year to earn.  The CLVS program sets and enforces standards for competency in the capture, utilization, and retention of legal video and promotes awareness of these standards within the legal marketplace. The National Court Reporters Association strongly recommends the use of Certified Legal Video Specialists to ensure the integrity of both the video of legal proceedings and the official transcript.

Every video taken by our videography team is taken with the assumption that it will eventually be shown to a jury. This means that our video is shot with high quality video and audio equipment. We know that the sound captured on the video is just as important as the actual images recorded. How many times have you started a video at trial only to have to turn the volume up as high as possible so that the jury can hear the testimony? With our video, you can be sure that the audio is crisp, clear and taken at conversational levels.

If you have any questions about how video can improve your deposition and trial performance, you can contact Tim Owens directly at [email protected].