Minnesota Lawyer’s Exemplary Evidence: “Best Practices for Evidence Recovery in Pandemic”

Digital forensics cases are COVID-19 cases.
Digital forensics cases are COVID-19 cases. They are active during the pandemic of the past three months and are essential cases. (

My fourth article for Minnesota Lawyer changes it up a bit and expands on the series title “Exemplary Evidence“.  Instead of writing about the technology I draw a parallel between essential legal services and digital forensics in the era of coronavirus.  COVID-19 cases are essential cases and present entirely new challenges to lawyers representing clients during a pandemic.

Digital forensics cases are COVID-19 cases.  Lawyers need responsive legal services during this pandemic to overcome new challenges. They include responsive digital forensic examinations that go to the heart of issues upon which cases turn.  Digital forensic examiners have formulated coronavirus plans which incorporate prudent evidence handling for a hyper-contagious pandemic.  Plans that incorporate best practices can keep both evidence and people safe.

If you want to learn why essential cases during the pandemic are often digital forensics cases, read on at Minnesota Lawyer here:

John J. Carney  – John J. Carney, Esq.

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