May 11, 2021
1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. ET
CLE: 1.25 Credits
Teresa will address the difficulties inherent in investigating and prosecuting stalking and cyber stalking cases; dealing with the harsh realities of obtaining a conviction on these cases; and helpful investigatory tips in preparing these cases for indictment and/or trial. In light of defendants increasing use of 21st century technology she will provide an overview of the statutory and constitutional considerations regarding investigation, evidence collection, seizure, and admissibility issues of the types of electronic evidence you will see utilized in these cases. Types of electronic evidence that will be discussed includes: images or data on digital cameras; voice mail; email; cell tower sites. The faculty member will provide an overview on the process of securing a warrant for seizure of this evidence (including any suggestions on content of the warrant); a step-by-step look at the seizure of this evidence (what, when, where, who’s in control of the evidence/information) and third party service providers; lawful access to encrypted communications; careful documentation of the search/seizure; defendant’s attempts to hide evidence; any cautionary tips and safety warnings regarding evidence collection; and the increasing concerns that digitized evidence can be more readily manipulated than traditional image technology.
Conviction Review Unit
State Attorney’s Office
13th Judicial Circuit
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Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.25 hours
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