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Tue, Apr 30

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Carter-Keep, Jury Assembly Room

"Self-Authenticating" Evidence in the Digital Age: A Discussion on Rule 902(11)/(13)/(14) and ESI

Please join us in a discussion about how the Federal Rules of Evidence continue to adapt to the ever-expanding proliferation of electronically stored information in criminal litigation and trials.

"Self-Authenticating" Evidence in the Digital Age: A Discussion on Rule 902(11)/(13)/(14) and ESI
"Self-Authenticating" Evidence in the Digital Age: A Discussion on Rule 902(11)/(13)/(14) and ESI

Time & Location

Apr 30, 2024, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PDT

Carter-Keep, Jury Assembly Room, 333 W Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101

About the Event

The San Diego Chapter of the Federal Bar Association invites you to join U.S. District Judge Anthony J. Battaglia, Assistant U.S. Attorney Sabrina Feve, and Assistant Federal Defender Leila Morgan during a discussion about Federal Rule of Evidence 902(11)/(13)/(14), which governs evidence that is “self-authenticating," or items of evidence that do not require any extrinsic evidence of authenticity in order to be admitted into evidence at trial.  The panel will discuss the challenges of and interplay between digital evidence that contain layers of hearsay, where some of the content may not be "self-authenticating," even if the original record is.

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