FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
BALTIMORE, MD – (01/18/12) – The American Guild of Court Videographers (AGCV) is proud to announce the “Certification” of professional videographer Evan Dahne of the firm Maryland Legal Video, a subsidiary of Northside Productions, LLC, located in Baltimore Maryland. We certify Evan Dahne to have completed all the requirements set-forth by the AGCV in becoming a Legal Videographer.
His certifications are as follows:
Certified Court Video Specialist (CCVS)
Certified Deposition Video Specialist (CDVS)
Certified Video Documentary Specialist (CVDS)
The AGCV is the only organization in the United States that is training and certifying professional videographers in all phases of legal video. As a “Fellow” in good standing in the AGCV, Evan Dahne is one of a very few in the nation allowed to promote and advertise their expertise in the field of legal video using the official logo and certification provided by the AGCV. The AGCV training includes preparing its members in meeting all the stipulations of the Federal Rule 30 of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence in regard to the video taping of depositions, producing day-in-the-life and settlement documentaries, taping scenes of crimes and incidents, showing video evidence of damages, video taping mock trials, the will execution ceremony, construction surveys and actually displaying the video evidence in the courtroom during a trial. The certification provided by the AGCV is limited to “professional videographers” as the AGCV is not in the business of training amateurs on the operation of a video camera. To meet the requirements of the rapidly changing technology, each certified member is required to stay abreast of the profession by completing additional continuing education. To be certified as an expert in this exciting and exacting legal video profession is indeed a great accomplishment and we extend our congratulations to
Evan Dahne, CCVS, CDVS, CVDS.
For more information on his services please contact Evan Dahne directly at: 410-982-6756 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Notice of Deposition can be sent to: 11654 Amaralles Drive Reisterstown, MD 21136