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Challenging digital evidence in court

By March 2, 2004law

Great LexisOne article on using digital photos in court: “Courts have consistently allowed digital photographs and enhancement techniques. But some observers say such methods should endure a more thorough examination, as have technologies such as DNA analysis.” The article also observes that “concerns about the impeachability of digital photographs are one reason many police departments have been hesitant to ditch film for crime scene photographs and forensic analysis.”


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