e-Evidence Insights: Key Card ‘Chief’ in IMF Rape Prosecution

MP900431773 When one thinks about acquiring forensic evidence in relation to a criminal rape charge, I doubt electronic evidence would normally be on the list of items sought.  However, a hotel key card is likely to figure prominently in the prosecution of the now-former-IMF Chief, Dominique Strauss-Kahn.  Is the theory set forth by the information gleaned from the key card likely to be convoluted?  It seems likely, however, this serves as an appropriate reminder that eDiscovery is not just about civil cases.

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