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Overview

Electronic information is a common feature of criminal investigations and proceedings at the federal and State levels. That information is used in the commission of crimes and may be the focus of investigations and prosecutions. The collection and use of such electronic information may implicate the warrant requirement of the Fourth Amendment, the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination, and the Sixth Amendment right to confront witnesses.

Please join expert faculty as they discuss:

  • Applicability of the Fourth Amendment to electronic information sought or secured by law enforcement (15 minutes)
  • Applicability of the Fifth Amendment to electronic information sought or secured by law enforcement (10 minutes)
  • Applicability of the State equivalents to the Fourth and Fifth Amendments to electronic information sought or secured by law enforcement (25 minutes)
  • Applicability of the Sixth Amendment right of confrontation (10 minutes)

 

Faculty:

 

Ronald J. Hedges

Dentons US LLP

 

Hon. Sohail Mohammed 

Superior Court of New Jersey, Criminal Division

 

Hon. Cathy L. Waldor

United States District Court, District of New Jersey

 

Hon. Christopher P. Yates

17th Circuit Court, Kent County, Michigan

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