Can your Facebook messages be admissible in a court of law? What about your Instagram DM’s?
The digital age has fundamentally changed the way that we handle evidence in court. There is so much data out there in the world and when it comes to parsing through it and understanding it, many people may feel overwhelmed.
However, you don’t want any of those people to be your lawyer.
Whether you are fighting for what’s right or protecting yourself, you need to make sure that your lawyer is ahead of the curve on all things digital. After all, there are new types of evidence that have all come with the rise of digital media and online data.
A lawyer who doesn’t know how to navigate that world will not be able to do the best job for you and your case. It’s plain and simple.
What You Need is a Baltimore e-Lawyer.
Here at DRA E-Law, we pride ourselves in being at the forefront of e-discovery. E-discovery is the process of uncovering and understanding the data with in digital files such as emails, databases, video files, social media, and even voicemail.
Diving into digital files for evidence can be tricky if you’re not experienced with this type of investigation. After all, try to visualize the amount of data that you produce on a weekly basis. Everything from the emails you send to the social media feeds that you update could hold a vital clue for your case. Now imagine the amount of data that you might produce in six months or even a year. It’s a staggering amount.
However, parsing through that data can be essential to a legal case. That is why we have dedicated ourselves to the understanding of e-discovery.
DRA E-Law is Ready to Protect You in the Modern World.
When you call for legal help, you need to know that they are on the cutting edge of the technical possibilities. You need a Baltimore e-lawyer. DRA E-Law offers a sophisticated team of legal and technological experts to help protect and fight for you.
If you need legal help in Baltimore, you can give us a call at (410 332-8404 or fill out the form on our contact page found here.