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Implications of Attorney Experiences with Digital Forensics and Electronic Evidence in the United States

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The experiences of lawyers with electronic evidence and digital forensics are examined. The assessment indicates disparate experiences based on case type as to 1) the use of different types of electronic evidence, 2) disputes over that use and 3) utilization of digital forensics experts. Further study indicates use of electronic evidence continues to increase, from which we infer increased challenges to the reliability of digital forensic testimony.

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Systematic Approaches to Digital Forensic Engineering, 2008. SADFE '08. Third International Workshop on

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22-22 May 2008