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Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings

Recorded on: Jul. 25, 2017
Running Time: 01:08:37

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Taken from the briefing Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings recorded July, 2017 in New York.

Electronic information is everywhere. Not surprisingly, that information may be used in the commission of crimes and be the focus of investigations and prosecution of crimes. This Briefing will examine the use of electronic information by investigators, prosecutors and defense counsel in both federal and state matters.

Lecture Topics  [01:08:37]

Listen to Ronald J. Hedges and Kenneth J. Withers as they address:

  • restrictions imposed by the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, the Stored Communications Act, and state constitutions;
  • discovery of electronic information in the possession of the government;
  • spoliation of electronic information by the government;
  • admissibility of electronic information; and
  • competence of counsel.

Presentation Material

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  • Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigations and Actions: Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials
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  • Electronic Evidence in Criminal Investigations and Actions: Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials
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  • Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Actions: Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials
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  • Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Proceedings
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  • Lower Case #14-1572: Carpenter v. United States
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Speaker(s)
Ronald Hedges ~ Dentons US LLP
Kenneth J Withers ~ The Sedona Conference
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