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Admissibility of Computer-Generated and Technologically-Based Evidence (CGE) (Advocate Article)
Published by Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles



Summary
Using case law and legal definitions, the author meticulously explores the evidentiary issues of the admissibility of technologically-based evidence.

Presenters
Hon. Rita Miller
Judge - Stanley Mosk Courthouse
Hon. Rita Miller graduated first in her class from Loyola Law School in 1979, summa cum laude. She joined the downtown Los Angeles firm of Munger Tolles & Olson upon graduation, where she became a partner in 1985 and remained until 2000, specializing in civil litigation on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants. Judge Miller was appointed to the bench by Governor Davis in 2000. She currently sits in the Stanley Mosk Courthouse in downtown Los Angeles, where she handles general jurisdiction civil matters. Judge Miller was named Trial Judge of the Year by CAALA in 2012. Judge Miller serves on the Executive Committee of the L.A. Superior Court. She is an author of the California Judges Benchbook Series and also serves as Associate Editor of Gavel to Gavel, a magazine published by and for bench officers of the L.A. Superior Court. Judge Miller has been a founding member of the Loyola Law School Civil Justice Program since 2004.
Originally Published
July 1, 2007

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