BNA - E-Discovery in Criminal Law Program
September 23, 2009
When most attorneys think of discovery and admissibility of electronically stored information, they think in terms of civil actions. However, electronic discovery and admissibility issues are now common in criminal actions, and often give rise to constitutional questions. Examples of criminal issues include the scope and execution of search warrants for electronic information, compliance with law enforcement subpoenas, the post-indictment production of electronic information by the prosecution, and the presentation of electronic evidence at trial. There is also a newly-enacted Federal Rule of Evidence, Rule 502, which may affect issues of waiver of privilege and work product protection in criminal actions.
Steve Byers is speaking at this audioconference.
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