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Blogs as Evidence

Ken Strutin, Director of Legal Information Services for the New York State Defenders Association, has compiled a nice summary of how blogs have been considered by the courts.

The article, "Blogs Raise New Questions About the Line Between Public and Private," appears in the Technology Today section (page 5) of the May 9, 2006 New York Law Journal. It is also available by subscription atlaw.com and Westlaw.

Source: New York Supreme Court Criminal Term Library Blog