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Social Media as Evidence in Criminal Cases

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Date Published

June 16, 2021

Publisher

Oakland County Bar Association

Subjects

Civil Law, Criminal Law, Juvenile Law, Litigation

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Summary

Social media sites are prolific and their power is undeniable. During this seminar, we will discuss how to best leverage social media evidence in court. Topics of discussion will include ethically accessing a party or witness's social media and strategies for entering it into evidence or keeping it out of evidence. 

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Presenters

Neil Rockind

Neil Rockind practices in the area of criminal law. After serving as an assistant prosecutor in the Oakland County... Read More

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