CT Summation's e-Admissibility


Today, litigators hide from the specter of electronic evidence. Questions of how to gather digital evidence and how such evidence will meet traditional requirements of admissibility in court loom in the minds of today?s trial attorneys. The new Federal Rules of Civil Procedure further beg the question of admissibility: how does one guarantee the authenticity and reliability of something intangible?

A seasoned trial attorney may find herself asking, ?How do you admit a thumb drive as a trial exhibit?? The quandary of how to admit an ocean of electronic evidence into court introduces us to the world of e-Admissibility.

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