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As technology transforms the legal practice, electronically stored information (ESI) has replaced the paper evidence as the lawyer’s primary stock in trade. This is the future of the legal profession. Far more information is retained by a computer than most people realize. Without the right tools and techniques to preserve, examine and extract data, legal officers run the risk of losing something important, rendering what you find inadmissible, or even causing spoliation of evidence.
In this presentation to the Uganda Law Society Uganda members, Mustapha B Mugisa (www.mustaphamugisa.com) explores the skills prosecutors and investigators must master in order to perform their jobs effectively. You will learn a lot by reading this presentation to the end, than most people know about forensics and the new developments.