« Undocumented Search Operators In Google | Main | Free and Reliable e-Text Downloads for the New Federal Rules of Evidence (as well as 2012 editions of Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Criminal Procedure) »
December 6, 2011
From Point A to Point B: Can a court take judicial notice of the distance as calculated by Google Maps?
According to the recent opinion in United States v. Sessa, 2011 WL 256330 (E.D.N.Y. 2011), the answer is "yes" writes Colin Miller. See his EvidenceProf Blog post for details. [JH]