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Webpage content in a court case

Last Modified: 2013-12-08

We have a law firm client that would like to preserve a website in it's current form for use in a court case. I asked them to research the admissibility of website content in a court case, but I thought I would ask the tech world for its perspective, too.

Does anyone have any information as it pertains to preserving a website in its current form for use in court? What is the best way to save a website as of a point-in-time?

If you happen to have legal precedent to point to, that would be good, too. I wouldn't mind having a tech person tell a law firm where to look to find the legal precedent!


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