Cell phones and mobile devices are the single best source of evidence in today’s society. They contain vast amounts of data which can be critical in every type of case. We can forensically acquire and analyze data from all smartphones as well as back up files contained on a computer or in the cloud. Often times we don’t even need the device to get you the data you need to win. Data types on cell phones include, call logs, texts, emails, internet history, chats, app data, contacts, maps, locations and much more! We can also recover deleted data depending on the type of phone and make and model.
Your cell phone likely contains more personal data than your wallet. It is a repository of every number you have ever called, every website you’ve used it to visit, every text you’ve ever sent, your location at any given time (as well as where you’ve gone in the past) and a host of other information. Cell phones can provide a treasure trove of data for investigators and the data frequently helps solve cases and win in court.
Cell phone forensics can be used for a variety of cases and situations. The data from these devices can be vital to proving or disproving material facts or just for peace of mind. Some examples of cases and how it can be used are listed below.
1. Proving or disproving people were communicating via text, chats or calling each other. This could be important in criminal cases where the content of the communication is important to show the parties knew each other. It could also be important in divorce and child custody cases, especially where adultery is suspected as it can be used to recover deleted texts between the two parties.
2. Proving or disproving people were at specific locations, cell phones contain significant amounts of location-based data which can be critical to a case. This is especially important in criminal cases where an alibi is a defense. We can gather location data from the device to show where it was.
3. Demonstrating what websites were visited and when, we can examine the complete internet history of a device, which could be important to show the search terms and sites a person visited.
4. Recovering pictures and videos, sent and received. This could be important in both criminal cases as well as family law cases.
5. Cellebrtie data extractions.
These are just a few examples of how cell phone and mobile evidence can be used.
NOTE: We require a written consent to search form or proper legal compliance to examine any device or data.
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