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    Presenting electronic and computer forensics evidence in court

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    May 5, 2010 – In this video, State Bar Practice Management Advisor Nerino Petro discusses way to effectively present electronic and computer forensics evidence with Bruce Olson, president of ONLAW Trial Technologies LLC. Olson outlines how to keep the jury engaged.

    Did you miss the recent three-part series on electronic and computer forensics evidence? In Part 1, Olson explains when a lawyer would engage the services of a computer or e-discovery forensics expert. In Part 2, he explains how information is electronically stored and who should be concerned about electronically stored information. In Part 3,

    Olsen discusses how to ensure electronic evidence is not altered and ways to control e-discovery costs. In another video, Olson discusses the opportunities to use social networking to aid e-discovery,

    Interested in learning more about this topic? Here are additional State Bar CLE OnDemand programs:  


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