Social Media Evidence in Divorce Cases

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Do you have a firm grasp on the complex issues surrounding social media evidence in divorce cases? This insightful guide will examine this powerful evidence by digging deeper into the complex issues surrounding social media discovery and ultimately getting it admitted.

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Event Details

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Webinar Time

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Kirk C. Stange

General Credits

2

Course Description

Do you have a firm grasp on the complex issues surrounding social media evidence in divorce cases? This insightful guide will examine this powerful evidence by digging deeper into the complex issues surrounding social media discovery and ultimately getting it admitted.

Principles

  • Insightful Case Law on Social Media Evidence
  • Finding Evidence in Social Media
  • How to Request Evidence from Facebook and Other Social Media Companies
  • Instagram, Vine, Snapchat and Other Photo- and Video-Sharing Apps
  • Authenticating Social Media Data
  • Disputing Social Media Discovery

Syllabus

  1. Insightful Case Law on Social Media Evidence
  2. Finding Evidence in Social Media
    1. Sources of Data
    2. What to Look for
    3. Tips and Tactics
    4. The Ethical Risks of Using Friending to Obtain Personal Information
    5. Pros and Cons of Using Outside Investigators
  3. How to Request Evidence from Facebook and Other Social Media Companies
    1. How Long is Personal Digital Data Kept on Servers?
    2. Subpoenaing Facebook and Other Companies for Relevant Records
    3. What Can be Done if the Account’s Been Closed
  4. Instagram, Vine, Snapchat and Other Photo- and Video-Sharing Apps
    1. Evidence Spoliation: Can You Retrieve Deleted Content?
    2. Getting the Data Admitted into Evidence
  5. Authenticating Social Media Data
  6. Disputing Social Media Discovery
    1. Contesting the Veracity of the Online Information
    2. Contesting the Process of Obtaining the Information

Instructor

Kirk C. Stange, Esq.

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