Even the best investigator or legal assistant needs to be reminded to record all changes in custody of potential evidence. Unrecorded gaps in possession, or failure to have documentation of the chain of custody at best make you look sloppy in court, and at worse, keep your evidence out of the trial.
Hand copies of this form to your investigators and assistants (and it use yourself), to see that “all the boxes are checked” in getting your evidence from the incident scene to the court.
Chain of possession memo gives you:
- The confidence of knowing your staff is using good case evidence- management steps.
- A handy checklist of what needs to be recorded. You’ll probably print a copy to put in your own case notebook or file you carry with you on any out-of-office investigation, as a handy form to have people sign when you are present during change of possession of important evidence.
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