Digital Evidence in the Courtroom

2010, Computers/Technology, Criminal Law and Procedure, Hein's Electronic Documents Reprint Series admin

A Guide for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors
National Institute of Justice
Now essential to modern life, computers have become increasingly important to criminals who steal information, commit fraud, and stalk victims online. Even if a crime was not committed online, law enforcement may discover critical evidence from an offender’s digital media. For this evidence to be admissible, police must demonstrate proper collection and handling. This work was prepared in an effort to help navigate this complex process.
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Originally Published: Washington, D.C.; Department of Justice;

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Digital Evidence in the Courtroom

2010, Computers/Technology, Criminal Law and Procedure, Hein's Electronic Documents Reprint Series admin

A Guide for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors

Now essential to modern life, computers have also become increasingly important to criminals, who steal information, commit fraud, and stalk victims online. Even if a crime was not committed online, law enforcement may discover critical evidence from offenders’ digital media. For this evidence to be admissible, however, police must demonstrate proper collection and handling. In the courtroom, prosecutors must overcome the twin barriers of skepticism and lack of technical understanding. To help navigate this complex process, the National Institute of Justice’s technical working group of national experts prepared this special report.

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List Price: $55.00
Original Published: Washington,

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Digital Evidence in the Courtroom:

2009, Computers/Technology, Criminal Law and Procedure, Hein's Electronic Documents Reprint Series admin

A Guide for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors

Now essential to modern life, computers have also become increasingly important to criminals who steal information, commit fraud, and stalk victims online. Even if a crime isn’t committed online, law enforcement may discover critical evidence from an offenders’ digital media. For this evidence to be admissible, however, police must demonstrate proper collection and handling. In the courtroom, prosecutors must overcome the twin barriers of skepticism and law of technical understanding. To help navigate the complex process, the National Institute of Justice’s technical working group of national experts prepared this special report. Digital Evidence in the Courtroom is the 27th installment in Hein’s Electronic Documents Reprint Series.

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Digital Evidence in the Courtroom:

2008, Computers/Technology, Criminal Law and Procedure admin

A Guide for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors
National Institute of Justice

This reprint is the 27th installment in the Hein Electronic Document Reprint Series. To help navigate the difficult process of integrating digital evidence in the courtroom, the National Institute of Justice’s technical working group of national experts prepared this special report. Chapters discuss legal requirements for the handling of digital evidence and provide guidelines for successful prosecution. The final chapter is a working application, using digital evidence to convict in a child pornography case.

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Originally Published: Washington, D.C.; Department of Justice;

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Digital Evidence in the Courtroom:

2008, Commercial Law, Computers/Technology, Criminal Law and Procedure, Hein's Electronic Documents Reprint Series admin

A Guide for Law Enforcement and Prosecutors
National Institute of Justice

Digital Evidence in the Courtroom, available for the first time in print format, helps to navigate the complex process of presenting digital evidence in a court of law. Now essential to modern life, computers have also become increasingly important to criminals who steal information, commit fraud and stalk victims online. Even if a crime was not committed online, law enforcement may discover critical evidence from an offender’s digital media. For this evidence to be admissible in court, however, police must demonstrate the proper collection and handling. This title has never before been available in print format! This title is the 27th installment in Hein’s Electronic Documents Reprint Series.

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