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NGH Advises Family Lawyers on Illegally Obtained Evidence

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When plaintiffs and defendants in family law cases use emails, texts, and other electronic communications to bolster their cases, they may be crossing an ethical or legal line. That’s the message in a recent article by NGH Group CEO Nicholas G. Himonidis in the spring issue of Family Advocate magazine, a national publication of the American Bar Association.

Himonidis, a legal, forensic, and cryptocurrency expert with multiple certifications, outlined what evidence is and isn’t admissible in matrimonial and custody cases. His in-depth article highlights when conduct can result in civil and criminal penalties, and what legal and ethical issues attorneys should consider before obtaining or using evidence. 

Read the full ABA article.