People v. Chabcery, No. ST-14-CR-0000073, 2014 WL 5396166 (V.I. Super. Oct. 22, 2014)

Key Insight: Stating that the Federal Rules of Evidence provide that the originality of ESI is determined by whether the printout accurately reflects the information that it purports to show, not the location where the information is stored, court found that printout of message log retrieved from an electronic memory card constituted an original writing under FRE 1002, and denied criminal defendant’s motion in limine to exclude such evidence

Nature of Case: Criminal case on charges of rape and unlawful conduct

Electronic Data Involved: Information stored on memory card

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