Denson v. Corp. of the President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (D. Utah, 2020)
Key Insight: Plaintiff’s explanation regarding loss of evidence had changed and court ruled that defendant was entitled to have a third party collect and preserve the evidence. Plaintiff offered passwords to accounts, but court was concerned about possible destruction given Plaintiff’s changing explanation regarding social media accounts and recording.
Nature of Case: Sexual Assault
Electronic Data Involved: Electronic Devices and Cloud Based Accounts; Recording of conversation
Keywords: invasion of privacy, loss of evidence