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Attorney Brad Wolfe Has Written an Article in The Vindicator for the OACDL about Electronic Evidence

Advances in technology require the modern defense attorney to identify, acquire, and analyze varieties of electronic evidence. “Digital” or “electronic” evidence has been defined as “any probative information stored or transmitted in digital form that a party to a court case may use at trial.” While the Internet, computers, and mobile phones have undoubtedly standardized the use of text messages, emails, social media posts, multimedia, basic geographic information, and surveillance video, today’s practitioner must stay current on the continuous innovations and applications of electronic evidence to effectively represent his or her client.

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Written for the Ohio Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.