On Demand

Admissibility of Digital Evidence at Trial: Analyzing the FRE & Relevant Caselaw

1h 2m

Created on June 23, 2020




This program, taught by Brian Chase, a consultant, expert witness, adjunct professor of law, and attorney, will cover the Federal Rules of Evidence applicable to digital evidence, as well as provide an update on recent case law relevant to the admissibility of digital evidence. Attendees will analyze relevant cases and learn best practices for authenticating or challenging the admission of digital evidence at trial.

This program will benefit attorneys engaged in litigation at the state and federal level.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the Federal Rules of Evidence relevant to digital evidence
  2. Analyze how digital evidence differs from physical evidence and the unique challenges it poses
  3. Identify relevant case law to use when admitting or objecting to the admission of digital evidence 

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