|Electronic Evidence provides guidance to lawyers, Crown
attorneys and government investigators on how to find and use evidence in
electronic form. In this day and age of technological advances, the legal
profession is also feeling the pressure. From describing types of electronic
evidence available and how to locate it to jurisdictional issues, disclosure
and admissibility, this book is sure to be a welcome addition to the legal
library. National in scope, the book includes case references and footnotes. In
addition, it includes a list of many of the top computer forensic consultants
in North America, a summary of computer programs useful to use as forensic
analysis tools, and a section with defensive strategies to minimize risk and
exposure for requests for electronic production from other parties.
Written by Alan Gahtan. Published by Carswell Publishing, 1999.