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Reconsidering a Famous Case: What if the JonBenet Ramsey Murder Happened in 2022?
On Demand
Duration: 90 Minutes

Recorded on September 14, 2022

This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.

Six-year-old JonBenet Ramsey was murdered in her Colorado home on Christmas Day in 1996. This presentation will first provide an overview of the publicly available evidence and identify investigative challenges with this unsolved case. Then the presenter, an experienced former federal prosecutor who was not involved in the investigation, will describe the present and emerging high technology and digital evidence that might be available if the same crime happened in 2022. The presentation is not intended to solve the Ramsey case, but rather to explore new ways to investigate and prosecute cases like it using a new functional approach to high technology and digital evidence. The presentation will discuss IoT evidence, DNA, open-source intelligence, smart homes, smartphones, geolocation, and other potential sources of evidence.

Presented by:
Steve DeBrota, Vice President and Chief Counsel, NW3C

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The content, views, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent official policy, position, opinions, or views of NW3C.


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