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Computer Evidence: Collection and Preservation, Second Edition by Christopher L. T. Brown

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Understanding Rules of Evidence

Many governing documents and case decisions describe the complex issues of evidence admissibility in court. States adopt rules of evidence, such as the California Evidence Code of 1967 [Ca01]. The international community has documents such as the IBA Rules of Taking Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration [Iba01] and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, Rules of Procedure and Evidence [Un01]. Although the aforementioned rules do not address computer evidence specifically, the general rules of evidence established therein are the basis of any evidence admission in court. Amendments and case law are generally used as guidance on how to apply high-level rules to the more specific computer or digital ...

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