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Managing Electronic Evidence

By Joseph W. Booth

The phrase “electronic evidence” is becoming meaningless. It comes down to this: we are approaching a time when almost all evidence will be electronic. Some kinds of evidence, such as emails and texts, are born and live their lives electronically. Others start as hard copies but are eventually stored and conveyed electronically. We owe our clients a duty to protect and preserve all forms of electronic evidence, and what follows are some ways to do that.

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