Changes in the way evidence is exchanged, namely the emergence of so-called e-discovery, is no exception. Litigaors cannot continue to ignore the fact that as much as 30% of all evidence in maintained in electronic form, Lawyers need to accept the change and use it of possibly face malpractice action.Portland State University, OR Introduction to Computer Forensics; Malicious Code and Forensics Quinnipiac University, Hamden, ... El Reno, OK Criminal Justice/Forensic Computer Science Emphasis Rochester Institute of Technology ( RIT), Rochester, NY Series of ... of New Haven, CT Forensic Computer Investigation Program (Undergraduate aamp; Graduate Certificates) University of Southern California, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Electronic Evidence and Discovery|
|Author||:||Michele C. S. Lange, Kristin M. Nimsger|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2004-01-01|