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Social Media: Questions of Admissibility and Ethics

Part Two of a Two-Part Article

Social media evidence can be acquired both informally — through an attorney's own investigation or from the client — or more formally through the use of discovery and the rules of discovery. While each gives rise to practical and ethical issues, this article focuses on informal methods of acquisition.

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Social media evidence can be acquired both informally — through an attorney’s own investigation or from the client — or more formally through the use of discovery and the rules of discovery. While each gives rise to practical and ethical issues, this article focuses on informal methods of acquisition.

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