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Getting Social Media Evidence Admitted to Court

posted Nov 8, 2016, 7:43 AM by Jeffrey Jones   [ updated Nov 8, 2016, 7:43 AM ]

"As technology continues to influence the practice of law, court cases are increasingly turning on social media. But unlike other forms of evidence, social media is fleeting – and, if you can get the data, questions of authenticity arise when you seek to admit it as evidence.

In a recent ABA CLE, “Acquiring, Preserving and Authenticating Websites and Social Media,” Jennifer Ellis of Lowenthal & Abrams PC, and Michael Maschke of Sensei Enterprises, Inc., share how you can obtain and use social media and other forms of digital evidence in your cases."

Source: ResearchBuzz.com

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