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Foundations of digital evidence / George L. Paul.

By: Paul, George L.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: KF8902.E42 P38 2008 Publication: Chicago, Ill. : American Bar Association, c2008Edition: 1st ed.Description: xxvii, 450 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9781604421040 (alk. paper); 1604421045 (alk. paper).Subject(s): Electronic discovery (Law) -- United States | Electronic evidence -- United States | Discovery (Law) -- United States | Electronic records -- Law and legislation -- United States
Contents:
New world of evidence -- Understanding the digital realm -- Existing scheme regarding authenticity -- Integrity of information -- Time -- Identity -- The doctrine of hearsay as applied to digital evidence -- New foundation of system reliability -- Appendices: A. Eunomic solutions in a commonly used application -- B. eMortgages: a specialized eunomia designed by a group of players -- C. Evidentiary requirements for electronic notarization and the legalization of certified electronic documents --D. Digital evidence in five nations -- E. The role of the vendor and specialized software in the handling of digital evidence -- F. Will the real "when" please stand up? -- F.A day in the life of the printed electronic document.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 429-434) and index.

New world of evidence -- Understanding the digital realm -- Existing scheme regarding authenticity -- Integrity of information -- Time -- Identity -- The doctrine of hearsay as applied to digital evidence -- New foundation of system reliability -- Appendices: A. Eunomic solutions in a commonly used application -- B. eMortgages: a specialized eunomia designed by a group of players -- C. Evidentiary requirements for electronic notarization and the legalization of certified electronic documents --D. Digital evidence in five nations -- E. The role of the vendor and specialized software in the handling of digital evidence -- F. Will the real "when" please stand up? -- F.A day in the life of the printed electronic document.

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