Monthly Archives: October 2012

Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Address Admissibility of Text Messages as Evidence

 This piece was first published on the blog From the Sidebar and is reprinted with permission. By Hayes Hunt and Michael Zabel Today, oral argument will be heard in Commonwealth v. Koch, a case in which the Pennsylvania Supreme Court is

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Social Media Login and Password Discovery Requests: A Useful Tool in the Quest for Truth or an Invasion of Privacy? One Pennsylvania Court Helps Navigate the Debate

            The July 5, 2012 decision of the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas in Trail v. Lesko explores the legal landscape relating to the scope of discovery of social media.              Judge Wettick spends the majority of the Lesko opinion laying

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