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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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Evidence Presentation

After analysis is complete, it’s time to present results. The goal in any case is to persuade the audience using evidence. Your audience might be a judge, jury, or a group of managers meeting in a conference room. Your goal is to use the evidence you have collected to prove one or more facts. Even with great evidence, the success of a case often depends how effectively the evidence is presented.

This section covers some basic ideas to remember when presenting evidence. These ideas are simple and common in many presentations. Though simple, they are important and bear repeating.

Know Your Audience

Before presenting any topic, get to know as much about your audience as possible. Know why they are willing to listen to you and ...

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