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Admissibility of Electronic Evidence “Focus on Authenticity” (13-11)

QUESTION: During trial, judges are often asked to rule on the admissibility of electronic evidence. This unique form of evidence typically takes the form of: 1) Website Data;  2) Social Network Communications and Postings; 3) Email;  4) Text Messages, and 5) Computer Generated … Continue reading

SNAPCHAT AS EVIDENCE: THE SMOKING GUN OFTEN OVERLOOKED (16-08)

Greetings to all my cold Minnesota friends (cold hands but warm hearts). I’m writing this post from my winter home in Scottsdale, AZ where it’s currently a balmy 66 degrees. (sorry I couldn’t resist). Since writing my last update two … Continue reading

In-Court Resource Guides

Training Updates are designed to cover a multitude of issues confronting judges and attorneys on a regular basis. Approximately 1/2 of the updates are designed for use as in-court “cheat sheets” to assist in the making of a full and complete … Continue reading

Subject Matter Index

ALL UPDATES FALL UNDER ONE OF TEN HEADINGS: I.     APPEALS & REMANDS II.    CHILD SUPPORT & CONTEMPT III.   CIVIL PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES & HEARINGS (FOR TRIALS SEE #X) IV.   CRIMINAL PRE-TRIAL PROCEDURES & SEARCH AND SEIZURE V.    DIVORCE PROCEEDINGS VI.   DOMESTIC … Continue reading

Table of Contents

                                   2010 10-1  USE OF LEADING QUESTIONS IN GUILTY PLEAS 10-2  FELONY SENTENCINGS: TWO COMMON MISUNDERSTANDINGS 10-3  SEARCH WARRANTS: 3 BASIC RULES THAT EVERY JUDGE MUST KNOW: 9 ADDITIONAL RULES EVERY JUDGE SHOULD KNOW (Replaced by 20-05) 10-4  DISTRICT COURT … Continue reading