Can a Court Force You to Decrypt Your Hard Drive?

A judge has just ordered you to unlock or decrypt the hard drive on your laptop. Are you required to comply with the court order? What happens if you don’t? Will your Fifth Amendment constitutional rights protect you from self-incrimination?

Senior Partner, Mitch Jackson, shares his thoughts and opinions in a recent interview at entitled, "Can a Court Force You to Decrypt Your Hard Drive?”

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