Forensic Multimedia

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Visual and multimedia digital technologies are transforming the practice of law: how lawyers construct and argue their cases, present evidence to juries, and communicate with each other. They are also changing how law is disseminated throughout and used by the general public. In this comprehensive survey and analysis of how new visual technologies are transforming both the practice and culture of American law, Law on Display explains how, when, and why legal practice moved from a largely words-only environment to one more dependent on and driven by images, and how rapidly developing technologies have further accelerated this change. They discuss older visual technologies, such as videotape evidence, and then current and future uses of visual and multimedia digital technologies, including trial presentation software and interactive multimedia. They also describe how law itself is going online, in the form of virtual courts, cyberjuries, and more, and explore the implications of law's movement to computer screens.
Electronic Evidence (2nd Edition) provides you with essential guidance on how to understand electronic evidence and how to use this successfully in litigation and other means of dispute resolution. This title brings together all the issues relating to disclosure, procedure and admissibility of electronic evidence as well as comprehensive coverage of jurisdictions including Australia, Canada, the UK, Hong Kong, India, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa and the USA. It enables you to advise on electronic evidence confidently. It covers the complexities and types of electronic evidence in one source, and also makes suggestions for further reading on more technical issues, to save you time. It ensures compliance with procedures and duties to the court for the disclosure of electronic evidence. It includes coverage of key foreign jurisdictions and a glossary to ease understanding.

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