Recommended Titles and Treatises
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Foundations of digital evidence
Foundations of Digital Evidence provides you with a legal and practical approach to the new world of digital information. This book has been described as a must have for litigation lawyers, corporate counsel and records managers who want to understand how to appropriately handle the digital information of an enterprise. The book provides an overview and history of digital evidence, as well as a thorough discussion of relevant issues. The book provides numerous case studies, model witness examinations, and illustrations for a better understanding of both the admissibility and the weight of digital evidence. These case studies show how existing computer systems can be used to produce reliable digital information that should be admitted into evidence.
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