Dutch v. United States, 997 A.2d 685 (D.C. 2010)
Key Insight: Court found admission of two documents derived from information stored on computers as ?business records? was proper where evidence established the data was created and stored in the relevant information system at the time of the transaction at issued, where the data was created and used by merchants in usual course of their business, and where sufficient testimony was presented to ?give adequate reason to trust the authenticity of the documents?
Nature of Case: Conviction for attempted uttering (cashing a forged check)
Electronic Data Involved: Hard copy business records “derived from information stored on computers”