Recovering deleted files

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In my last post, I pointed out that in the case of the BTK killer in Kansas, investigators recovered a deleted Microsoft Office document that contained evidence crucial to the case. There are still many litigation support professionals who don’t thoroughly understand what happens to files and user activity logs once the information is deleted or cleared and why it should be found or how it can be recovered. Recovering user activity, work product and correspondence could be crucial to winning your case.

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