Changing the way evidence can be delivered in court cases could improve the process for victims and witnesses of crime.
That's the message from Victim Support - the charity has welcomed the Department of Home Affairs' plans to update legislation concerning the Island's criminal justice system:
One of the proposed changes is to allow the pre-recording of cross examination of vulnerable victims and witnesses including children.
It means they would be able to access psychological support or counselling prior to a trial - something they're not currently allowed to do.
Paula Gelling is from the charity - she says it would still be fair to all parties: