This issue of Family Advocate provides the "nuts and bolts" of how to implement discovery and to use forms, checklists, and helpful procedures to obtain and preserve electronic evidence. Designed to be a working tool for the practictioner who is now confronted with the expanding field of electronic evidence, this issue covers everything from hiring an expert, to the new federal rules on e-discovery, to decoding e-mail messages and much more.
For a detailed listing of what's inside this issue, check out the Table of Contents below.
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