Smartphones and other devices can be a treasure trove of evidence - if you know where to look and how to collect it. This program will show you how to collect evidence from electronic devices when hiring an expert is not feasible. From social media accounts to emails and more, get the knowhow you need to retrieve case-supporting electronic evidence without jeopardizing its admissibility. Register today!
Learn how to dig for metadata that could provide information key to your case.
Find out how to collect evidence stored on smartphones, computers and other devices.
Discover when and how to subpoena text messages, social media and email records.
This course is part of the Virginia Discovery & Pretrial Practice Essentials series.
JOHN C. WHITBECK JR. is the founder and majority shareholder with Whitbeck Bennett, in Leesburg, Virginia. He focuses his practice on family law, criminal law, mental health law, civil litigation, and many other areas. He has also been certified as an expert witness in litigation. Mr. Whitbeck is an adjunct professor of law at George Mason University Law School teaching mental illness law, and is the director of the George Mason University Law and Mental Illness Clinic. He has served as substitute judge in Virginia District courts, hearing civil and criminal matters, including family law cases. Mr. Whitbeck also served as a special justice for civil commitment hearings in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit as well, which requires him to sit as a "judge" for hearings to commitment mentally ill individuals to psychiatric treatment. He has also served as a special prosecutor in the Loudoun County General District courts. Mr. Whitbeck earned his A.B. degree from Occidental College and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from George Mason University-Antonin Scalia Law School.
We use this information in order to improve and customize your browsing experience,
in addition to improving our internal analytics and metrics about our visitors.