Gabriella DiSilvio has published an article on LexBlog, titled “Siri, is this Admissible in Court? Five Steps to Challenging Warrants for Digital Evidence.” The article begins as follows:
Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri are among some of the seemingly countless AI technological advances that have made our lives easier and more streamlined – but our devices are also collecting data that could one day be used as digital evidence against us in court.
In the CLE program Search and Seizure in the Digital Realm, digital forensic expert Brian Chase explains the key Supreme Court cases involving Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights that apply to digital evidence. We’ve compiled the top questions attorneys should raise when challenging warrants for digital evidence in court. Check them out below:
To see the full article, click: “Siri, is this Admissible in Court? Five Steps to Challenging Warrants for Digital Evidence.”
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal