Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram & More!
Discovering and collecting online evidence for use in court through social media accounts is becoming more of a necessity. Time and time again, attorneys are finding useful information that helps prove their case in the form of posts, comments, and pictures.
For online evidence to be admissible and defensible in court, experts say that it’s important that forensically sound collection software is used by a qualified third party that collects the evidence and provides a report of its process. If I law firm collects the data on its own, it’s too easy for opposing counsel to argue that the data is incomplete and/or has been altered.
Ongoing Social Media Collecting and Monitoring
Social media accounts are updated regularly with new content and comments. If your firm requires an account to be monitored, NJL has got you covered! We’ll do the leg work by visiting the social media accounts on a scheduled basis to extract the metadata/data, and provide you with daily, weekly or monthly reports.