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Overly on Electronic Evidence in California covers one of the most rapidly growing areas of the law – the discoverability and admissibility of electronic evidence. Written by attorney and computer forensics expert Michael R. Overly, it focuses on California courts and cases, as well as federal developments governing electronic evidence.
The text reviews all sources of electronic evidence, along with how to obtain it and how to get it admitted at trial, as well as problems and solutions for making discovery requests that include electronic documents. You'll find tips for document demands that include:
• Web history files
• Internet newsgroups
• Digitized audio/video
• Calendar and log files
This volume explains the proper use of computer-generated exhibits and presentation graphics, and includes expertly drafted forms for discovering and opposing discovery of electronic evidence, as well as example examinations.