Brandeis Brief in the case of In re William French Anderson

Brandeis Brief


This Brandeis Brief sets out the problems relating to a person subject to a covert operation that involved the use of a recording device. The recording was intentionally made without the use of the authenticity protocol, and was instrumental in the conviction of a crime. The client asserted that the recording was edited and his original lawyer did not object to the admission of the recording into evidence.

Index words: United State of America; Brandeis Brief; electronic evidence; digital authentication

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