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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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Document Everything, Assume Nothing

Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26

Federal Rule 26 states the General Provisions Governing Discovery and Duty of Disclosure. Section (a) states Required Disclosures and Methods to Discover Additional Matter.

As an investigator, the better you understand a case, the better you’ll be able to sense each logical step in the investigation process. An experienced investigator knows that the success of a forensic investigation relies not only on the ability to uncover evidence but also on following sound methodology while collecting and handling evidence, so it can be used in court. Under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 26, section (a)(2)(B), parties involved in legal cases are required to disclose the identities ...

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