This book is an earnest attempt to enlighten practitioners from all fields of law with ultra-practical and legal nuances of electronic evidence in a very simple and lucid language. A decade of experience, research and incessant search of best practices in the world of electronic evidence, have gone into making this treatise.
This book work provides hands-on forensics tools, practical techniques, tricks and tips, court approved formats, precedents and visual illustrations to prove and more importantly to disprove any kind of electronic evidence.
Attempts to bridge the gap between the actual procurement of electronic evidence and its proof in the Court of Law
Covers the life cycle of electronic evidence from its acquisition and analysis till its cross examination and final assessment by the judge
Woven around numerous well known and not-so-known judgments of various Indian High Courts and the Supreme Court
Adopts a practical and capable approach to equip a lawyer to deal with any kind of the electronic evidence in the trial and situations arising in the world of InternetAttempts to enlighten the practitioners from all the fields of law with ultra-practical and legal nuances of electronic evidence in a very simple and lucid language.
Along with the relevant citations and discussion, the book intends to give the reader concrete examples of the best practices followed for proving the major kinds of electronic evidence
Yuvraj P Narvankar Advocate, Bombay High Court The author of this book is the practicing advocate in Bombay High Court and the Supreme Court of India and his major practice areas include civil, criminal, commercial and arbitration laws. He is a Senior Counsel (Group-1) for various Central Government Undertakings like SPMCIL, India Security Press, India Government Mint, Mumbai etc. He is a Gold Medallist in law and is awarded fellowship by the prestigious Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London. He is reserved panel arbitrator at the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC). He is featured in the ‘Forbes’ list in the category of top independent practitioners. He is awardee of Tarun Tejankit Award by Indian Express Group in the year 2019. While he has several reported judgments to his credit, he is also an avid speaker and has been invited as a guest faculty in several colleges, institutions and Bar Councils, across India. He regularly writes articles in publications like Indian Express and Times of India and for legal journals.
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