This webinar is part of a 10-episode podcast-style series focused on the foundational elements of prosecuting intimate partner violence cases (IPV). In each episode, AEquitas Attorney Advisor Jane Anderson engages in conversations with other AEquitas staff, former prosecutors with years of experience prosecuting IPV.
In this episode, Jane and Attorney Advisor Jon Kurland discuss the role of technology in intimate partner violence cases. They explore how offenders misuse technology to perpetrate crimes and assert power and control, and they offer strategies for litigating the admissibility of digital evidence and protecting victim privacy.
At the conclusion of this presentation, viewers will be better able to:
- Keep up to date with technology and trends;
- Litigate admissibility of digital evidence; and
- Protect victim privacy.
Additional resources for this episode:
- #GUILTY: Identifying, Preserving, and Admitting Digital Evidence, a webinar presented by Jane Anderson, AEquitas Attorney Advisor
- The Internet & Intimate Partner Violence: Technology Changes, Abuse Doesn’t by Jane Anderson, AEquitas Attorney Advisor, and Kaofeng Lee
- Safeguarding Victim Privacy in a Digital World: Ethical Considerations for Prosecutors, a webinar presented by Jane Anderson, AEquitas Attorney Advisor, and Meg Garvin, Executive Director & Clinical Professor of Law, National Crime Victim Law Institute