Commonwealth v. Purdy  Email, ESI and Electronic Communication: Admissibility of Evidence This early 2011 criminal case disputed the admissibility of emails as evidence, and the standards of authentication necessary for considering both email and content from social media as genuine digital evidence. In this instance, the trial judge admitted emails allegedly authored by the […]
Griffin v Maryland  A History of Social Media Evidence – MySpace Content The case was one of the first landmark cases to address the admissibility of social media evidence in trials, in the form of a MySpace printout. In this murder trial, the defendant’s girlfriend (Jessica Barber) had threatened the witness before the first trial. […]
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