On Thursday, May 24, 2018, California’s Supreme Court ruled that social media companies can be compelled to provide criminal defendants user content that is public. Many social media companies including Facebook have ignored requests arguing that federal law prevents the release of user content.
The duty of the defense is to independently investigate and interview alibi witnesses is fundamental, but not always a given. It takes a professional energetic and sometimes tenacious investigation by the defense team to be effective. In our investigation we found that locating the alibi witness was routine procedure that should have […]
A New Haven, CT man who served 17 years in prison for murder and robbery was freed on Wednesday after he was exonerated by cellphone records.
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A county employee in North Carolina on Monday opened their inbox and clicked on a phishing email, inadvertently pulling up an attachment containing spyware and appearing to expose the county’s computer system to hackers overseas. The […]
Researching the online publicly available presence of potential parties, witnesses, the scene, even your own client should be a routine practice. It should follow the best practices, begin as soon as possible, be fully documented and be regularly monitored.
The U.S. Supreme Court confronts the digital age again on Wednesday when it hears oral arguments in a case that promises to have major repercussions for law enforcement and personal privacy.
At issue is whether police have to get a search warrant in order to obtain cellphone location information that is routinely collected […]