Crowell & Moring

In conjunction with the Richmond Journal or Law and Technology’s annual survey, Adrian Fontecilla and I have published a new article: Social Media Evidence in Government Investigations and Criminal Proceedings. The article provides an in-depth look at many of the cutting edge issues raised by social media in government investigations and the criminal context, including access to and the use of social media evidence, ethical limitations on the same, constitutional issues that social media evidence raises, the authentication and admissibility of such evidence, and the impact of social media on jurors.