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Lawyer2Lawyer Internet Radio Seizes Emails Under The Fourth Amendment

The Fourth Amendment of the Constitution gives us protection against unreasonable searches and seizures. But what about a search of your email - is it afforded the same protection?   {Please join me and my fellow co-host and attorney Bob Ambrogi as we welcome Orin S. Kerr , Professor of Law at the George Washington University Law School and Jason Paroff Esq., Director of Computer Forensics Operations with the ESI Consulting practice at Kroll Ontrack to look at the recent opinion handed down by U.S. District Judge Mosman with respect to the Fourth Amendment and email along with our experts' look at what can be retrieved and used in court when it comes to email.  Click on the icon below and give a listen!

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