Posts tagged with: Forensics

Your E-Reader may be called as an “electronic witness” [1] The Background The defendant was accused of murdering his wife.  He claimed it was self-defense, that his wife tried to shoot him during a heated argument and he shot her as...
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Emails Continue to Provide a Rich Source of Relevant Electronic Evidence Not notifying authorities “is a more humane” way to handle the incident – email authored by key player in the Penn State Scandal[1] The Background Over a decade ago, in...
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BP engineer criminally charged after allegedly deleting damaging text messages detailing oil spillage in the Gulf from his iPhone. The Background The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, and searches without a warrant are generally per se unreasonable, barring...
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Defendants in Trade Secret Case Try to Trick Court by “Re- Naming” Their Computers Prior to Presenting Them for Computer Forensics Analysis The Background A Fortune 500 technology company filed suit against a Chinese – based competitor and a number...
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Cost-Containment Tips You Can Not Afford to Ignore The BackgroundYou are working on a small case, and you have a hunch that Electronically Stored Information (ESI) could be helpful in obtaining a just, speedy, and inexpensive conclusion to the matter....
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Computer User Activity Can Help Tell the Story in Many Cases A Case Study in Re-Creating a Computer User’s Actvity The Background The client was a large multi-national technology company with a billion dollar household brand. They had been recently...
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