With over six million cell phone connections and over 17.5 billion call minutes and texts used by New Zealanders in 2019, it is highly likely every criminal case has associated cell phone data. Yet cell phone data is rarely used by the defence lawyers in criminal cases. This webinar will give a taste of the potential cell phone data offers as a forensic tool in criminal cases.When a new forensic tool emerges, there is lead time before it is widely used primarily because lawyers do not understand the potential it offers. In the case of cell phone data New Zealand appears to be slower than a number of other countries (eg America, the United Kingdom, Australia etc), as cell phone data is widely used in criminal cases overseas.
The New Zealand Police are increasingly using cell phone data to corroborate or dispute evidence as they begin to understand its potential. In contrast, defence lawyers are primarily reacting to Police use of cell phone data and in the process missing out exploiting the full potential of cell phone data.This webinar will highlight how cell phone data can be used in criminal cases and will cover:
After attending this webinar you will:
This webinar is primarily aimed at criminal lawyers. However, this could be useful for family lawyers as well.
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