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Computer Forensics JumpStart, Second Edition by Diane Barrett, Neil Broom, Ed Tittel, K Rudolph, Michael G. Solomon

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Admissibility of Evidence in a Court of Law

Not all evidence is appropriate for admission into a court. The court applies specific rules to evidence submitted. It’s a waste of time and effort to analyze evidence that a court refuses to consider. Some evidence never has a chance of making it to court, and good evidence can be tainted by an investigator on its way to court, making it unacceptable.

Know what separates valid evidence from invalid evidence. It will save you substantial amounts of time, and it could make the difference between a successful and unsuccessful case.

Relevance and Admissibility

relevant evidence

Evidence that serves to prove or disprove facts in a case.

The courts apply two basic standards to all evidence. Any evidence ...

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