Understanding electronic information in criminal investigations and actions

Key examples from court decisions and outside commentary

Learn about how electronic information is used in court

Prosecutors, defense counsel, and judges often use electronic information in the investigation, prosecution, and defense of alleged criminal activity. This collection of court decisions and articles will help you understand issues surrounding electronic information and its application in the court. It is not an exhaustive source of information.

You can search this collection using the table of contents. The collection will be updated and supplemented regularly. If you have comments or criticism, contact the editor, Ronald J. Hedges, at r_hedges@live.com.

The Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office (AGO) offers this collection to the public free of charge. The Office assumes no responsibility whatsoever for the content of the collection.

This collection may include information that is not provided or maintained by the AGO. Please note that the AGO cannot guarantee the accuracy, relevance, timeliness, or completeness of this material. In addition, the collection is not intended to endorse any views expressed or the organizations sponsoring the guide.

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Actions Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials-December 2017 Edition

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Actions Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials-April 2017 Edition

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Actions Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials-December 2016 Edition

Electronic Information in Criminal Investigations and Actions Representative Court Decisions and Supplementary Materials-February 2016 Edition

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