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‘How many thousand pages?!’ Digital device analysis and public interest immunity in family proceedings

Date:2 MAY 2023
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Mark Cooper, St Ives Chambers
Emma Kelly, St Ives Chambers


Mark Cooper and Emma Kelly discuss the ever-increasing use of digital evidence in family proceedings, with a particular emphasis on how to make the most of raw data extracted from mobile telephones. The authors essentially provide a handy advocate’s guide to making the most of digital evidence, including common pitfalls and top tips for navigating the raw data. The article also considers the common public interest immunity implications for this type of evidence, with reference to the case of Re CD (D.O.B. [a date]) X County Council v BE and others [2021] EWFC 112.

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