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A photograph holds true if the photo provides evidence of a genuine person, place, or object. Writer John Edwards describes methods of detecting obvious photographic tampering before you should call
2011 witnessed the democratization of e-discovery as new judicial voices emerged across the country
Digital technology is opening the door to the instant creation of exhibits and evidence, offering a means for preserving physical proof from the ravages of time. Attorney Ken Strutin takes a look at
A range of tests aimed at catching liars are gaining respect in court, including the polygraph, voice-stress analyzers and a test to tell if someone is faking an illness or injury. As technology adva
Implementing digital dictation systems and workflow like BigHand Digital Dictation can improve document creation time, increase mobility for attorneys and save administrative costs of up to $1,500 pe
...LOCATIONSPittsburgh, Akron, King of Prussia, Cherry Hill, Roseland (going to remaining 12 offices in...
...VITALS: The University of Akron, B.A., Mass Media-- Communication, 1991.CURRENT JOB:...
...VITALS: The University of Akron, B.A., Mass Media — Communication, 1991. CURRENT JOB:...
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