How to Present Digital Evidence (Even without an Expert Witness)
ABOUT THE COURSE
Devices like computers and other gadgets are used as instruments for committing crimes.
Thanks to the booming science of digital evidence, forensics, law enforcement, and the justice system now uses digital technology not only to fight crimes but also to serve as a tool to provide judicial remedies.
This course aims to help you minimize your level of anxiety in presenting digital or electronic evidence in court. This will guide you in presenting digital evidence at no or the least possible cost (expert witness not needed!). This will also clear the misconception that digital evidence is better than other kinds of evidence.
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Differentiate digital evidence from digital forensics
- List the sources of digital evidence that a party may use to a court case at trial
- Discuss when to present digital evidence
- Identify the rules of admissibility when presented with digital evidence, and
- Explain the ways to authenticate digital evidence.
Regular price for 1 credit unit course
Judge Rosario Orda-Caise