Last week here, I reported on an iPhone evidence app that was missing one of the federal rules. The company that created the app, Tekk Innovations, contacted me to say that it has now updated the app’s description to say, “Current as of December 1, 2007.” That may not be enough to alert everyone that it is missing a rule, but it is a step in the right direction.

The company also said that it has another app, Lawstack, that it describes as its “flagship legal app.” Lawstack has all the federal rules update through December 2009, it said. It includes the Constitution and the federal rules of civil procedure, appellate procedure, evidence, bankruptcy procedure and criminal procedure.

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