TWO TYPES OF CELL PHONE EVIDENCE
Cell Phone Record Analysis
The process of analyzing the cell phone records from the cell phone company. Some examples information available from the cell phone records are call logs, text logs, and cell site or tower locations and sectors.
Mobile Device Forensics
The process of using forensically sound processes and tools to extract digital evidence from mobile devices such as text and email messages (content), precise locations, images, videos, voicemail messages, and application data.
There are more cell phones than people in the United States, and cell phone records are an increasingly crucial component of litigation. However, to use this evidence effectively, the best information must be preserved and obtained. Revelation Cellular Forensics can provide preservation letters with the language the phone companies want to see. We can also assist in the drafting of subpoenas, court orders, and search warrants to ensure the best information is obtained and the likelihood of suppression is minimized.
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Preservation Requests are Specific to Cellular Carriers
Cell phone companies delete records as soon as one year. In order to properly and quickly preserve cellular information, Preservation Requests must be issued at the outset of any investigation to avoid losing potentially valuable data. These requests are specific to each carrier.