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As with any bystander video recording, it depends whether the court admits it. And that will depend on what type of case it is, and what the relevance of the video is to the case,  It also depends whether the footage was legally obtained. Just as with audio recordings, in some jurisdictions a recording may not be admissible if the subject was not aware of being recorded, and if laws were broken to obtain a recording, it may not be admissible. And if it is a criminal case, then the footage may be subject to challenge and/or technical examination by either side. 

So a blanket answer is not possible, with what you've told us.

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