Craig Ball is a Texas lawyer living in New Orleans. A longtime adjunct professor teaching Digital Evidence at the University of Texas School of Law, he writes and speaks around the world on e-discovery and computer forensics. Craig limits his practice to work as a Special Master in electronically-stored information and consults for and trains lawyers and courts.
Craig Ball shares what it’s like to have the lawyers of the President of the U.S. use your words in one of his preservation letters and why this was perhaps the wrong move for President Trump’s lawyers.
Sharon and John talk to Craig Ball about the intricacies of preserving digital evidence.
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