The Academics Writing Of The Admissibility Of Digital Documents In Court Of Malaysia: The Literature Analysis
Keywords:Digital, Document, Evidence, Admissibility, Court
Digital evidence is now increasingly relevant and becoming a wide-ranging issue, such as crimes committed, the movement of suspects and criminal associates in different forms of crimes for investigation and prosecution. The purpose of this research is to systematically review recent literature relating to the requirement on the admissibility of digital document in court. This qualitative research uses systematic literature review to collect recent related literature, which was then evaluated by adapting deductive and inductive reasoning using the method of content analysis. The data gathered by using comparative research that aims to make comparisons across different two database. The result of the study the basic requirements on accepting the digital document in court. In order to ensure the validity and consistency of the digital evidence submitted to the court, this paper aims to clarify the admissibility of digital evidence in court, and then implement the process by collecting preserved and properly administered. Because digital evidence is continually expanding, the need for certain procedures is important. As a researcher, contributes to the development of knowledge by discuss recent academic writing that can cause more elaborate studies and connected on the issue of the admissibility of digital document in court.
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