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Electronic/Digital/Internet Evidence
Electronic/Digital/Internet Evidence


Flash Drive Containing .mp3 Audio File and .pdf Course Book File

Electronic and digital evidence has become an extremely important topic. In this valuable June 22, 2018, 3.3-hour program, Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, provides a comprehensive and practical review of electronic/digital/internet evidence, including discussing many significant cases.

Mr. Hutter is Professor of Law at Albany Law School, where he has been honored with the Excellence In Teaching Award. He is also Special Counsel to the Albany, New York law firm of Powers & Santola, LLP..

Major topics include:
Admissibility of electronic/digital/internet evidence
Basic evidence rules
Application of evidentiary rules to electronic/digital/internet evidence
- computer records
- emails
- text messages
- social media postings
- social media and chatroom "conversations"
- websites
- digital photocopy
- computer generated animations and simulations
Judicial notice
- generally
- websites
- by court sua sponte
Impact on your practice
Other electronic/digital/internet evidence communications issues
- privilege concerns
- inadvertent disclosures
Preservation and spoliation

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Price: $109.00

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