It wasn’t me? Common Criminal Defenses to Electronic Evidence and Effective Strategies for Combatting them

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Live Webinar: It wasn't me? Common Criminal Defenses to Electronic Evidence and Effective Strategies for Combatting them

January 17, 2023

2:00 - 3:15 pm EST

75-minute presentation 

1.25 CLE Credits

Regardless of the crime, most of our criminal cases now produce some form of digital evidence.  Understanding digital evidence, including how to properly obtain, interpret, use, and present it in court is hugely important for the success of investigations and prosecutions, alike. Join NDAA and Assistant State Attorney, Justin Griffis, for a 75-minute presentation highlighting the most common criminal defenses to electronic evidence and strategies for combatting them.  

Special thanks to our Digital Evidence Course sponsor: 

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Cost:

Members: $75.00 

Non-Members: $85.00 

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Eligibility

This course is suitable for any prosecutor or investigator seeking to gain more knowledge about where we are with digital evidence both in and out of a courtroom.

Questions? 

Please contact training@ndaajustice.org.

Justin Griffis

Assistant State Attorney, Cybercrime Unit

Office of the State Attorney, 17th Judicial Circuit

Justin Griffis is the Assistant State Attorney in Charge of the Cybercrime Unit for the State Attorney’s Office, 17th Judicial Circuit based in Fort Lauderdale, FL, a former supervisor in the Sexual Battery Unit, and was one of founding attorneys for the circuits Human Trafficking Unit.  He unit is responsible for prosecuting the majority of cybercrime cases handled by the office, including Computer crimes against minors, Child Pornography, Cyber-Extortion, Aggravated Cyberstalking, Cyber Sexual Harassment (Revenge Porn), Written Threats to Kill or Commit Acts of Terrorism, and Unauthorized access of Computing Services and Devices (Hacking).
After graduating from the University of Miami with a degree in Finance & Economics, he went on to also earn his law degree also from the University of Miami.  He is a member of the Florida Bar, the DC Court of Appeals, and the Southern District of Florida Federal Bar.
Mr. Griffis regularly teaches at the Broward College Institute of Public Safety and various police departments on topics including cybercrime, search warrants, child abuse. sexual assault investigations, mobile trackers, cell phones investigations, and use of technology in criminal investigations, and is attached to the Internet Crimes against Children Task Force, Broward Threat Response Unit, and various local counter-terrorism units.

Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.25 hour

Continuing Legal Education Credits: 1.25 hour NDAA has applied for CLE credit in Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Mississippi, Ohio, Pennslyvania, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. based on state requirements and guidelines. All other attorneys seeking CLE credit should contact their state bar for more information. At the conclusion of the course and after completion of the electronic evaluation survey, all attendees will receive a uniform continuing education certificate that they may use to report their continuing education hours to their state bar or reporting agency. Questions regarding CLE can be directed to Assistant Director, Courtney Jan at cjan@ndaajustice.org.


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It wasn’t me? Common Criminal Defenses to Electronic Evidence and Effective Strategies for Combatting them
01/17/2023 at 2:00 PM (EST)  |  75 minutes
01/17/2023 at 2:00 PM (EST)  |  75 minutes
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