Computer forensics examiners can determine when an external storage device like a thumb drive or external hard drive has been attached to a computer and from that information infer that files have been copied to the external storage device. Lawyers know these examiners can track Internet history and usage and analyze system-related information to determine when computer files were created, who created them, and when they were last accessed or modified. On the other hand, most lawyers haven’t faced the challenge of presenting electronic evidence to a jury through the testimony of a computer forensics expert…
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