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issues include the acdmissibility and authentication of scial media evidence and the
use of social medial tools by attorneys judges, and jurors during trials. Giver the
extent to vwhich people use social media site in all aspects of their lives-whether
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stes has blurred the distinction betweer work and personal lives lawyers need to
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Admissibility and Authentication of Social Media Contents
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