3 Risk Factors That Could Break the Evidence Chain of Custody
The legal system hinges on the integrity of physical and digital evidence. Orderly collection and preservation of information for all cases is paramount — but can be difficult given the number of agencies submitting evidence, and the many formats data can take.
A break in the chain of custody could mean evidence is deemed inadmissible, and legal proceedings may be affected.
3 Risk Factors That Could Break the Evidence Chain of Custody pinpoints when and how evidence is particularly vulnerable, and a solution for closing the gaps:
- Learn how inadequate storage, collection disparities, and the human element may compromise physical and digital evidence
- Explore the benefits of an end-to-end investigation and case management system in alleviating chain of custody concerns
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