#GUILTY: Identifying, Preserving, and Presenting Digital Evidence
Presented by Jane Anderson, AEquitas Attorney Advisor
We are becoming increasingly reliant on computers, smartphones, and other digital devices to accomplish a variety of personal and professional tasks. As our use of technology continues to grow, offenders continue to identify ways to exploit technology and our use of it to facilitate crimes, including as a means to intimidate and assert power and control over current and past intimate partners. Where technology is being used to perpetrate crimes, investigators and prosecutors can use evidence of its use to strengthen cases, support victims, and hold offenders accountable for the full range of their criminal activity.
Focuses on the importance of identifying and preserving digital evidence.
Explores theories of admission, rules of evidence, and case law.
Demonstrates how to properly authenticate and introduce digital evidence in civil and criminal proceedings.
Allied justice system professionals including but not limited to prosecutors, law enforcement officers, community-based service providers, probation and parole officers, judges, etc. are encouraged to view the webinar recording.
This webinar recording should qualify prosecutors for one (1.0) hour of continuing legal education credits. Prosecutors are encouraged to contact their state bar association in reference to application requirements and related fees.
Click here to view the recording for this October 20, 2016 webinar.
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