A contact list in one’s cell phone could provide key evidence in your case, including who is in an individual’s contact list and when they were created. We can provide you with all contact lists from a cell phone and related data for evidence to support the claims and defenses in your case. We provide:
- Remote evidence collection of cell phone data including contact lists.
- Recover deleted contacts.
- Flat Fee Services – Free data storage, no hosting fees.
- Evidence Reports containing evidence for easy legal review.
- Production of evidence to opposing party.
Cell Phone Contact List as Evidence
There are many reasons that you may want to use the individual contact lists in court. With our cell phone forensics and Evidence Reports you can quickly review for any hot issues in your custody, divorce, support, or other dispute. For example:
Family Law text message history may uncover hidden assets, support claims of abuse, or custodial interference.
Employment Law support or defend against claims of wrongful termination, sexual harassment, or racial discrimination.
Business Litigation for contract disputes, business valuation concerns, and more
Criminal Law cases for defense or prosecution to support alibi, motive, or intent.
Probate Administration where there is a will contest, or need to identify assets for probate.
Cell Phone Forensics We Support
We can provide you with phone contacts from almost all digital programs and devices. Here is a list of the most common types:
- iOS Devices including iPhone, iPad, and iPod
- Android Devices such as Samsung Galaxy, HTC, and more
- Blackberry Phones
- And many more!
Remote Collection Services Wherever You Are
We handle the data extraction remotely with our Remote Collection Unit. This means we will ship you our BlackBox and conduct the forensics examination remotely. Then you return the BlackBox to us using our pre-paid shipping label and box. Once complete, we provide you with an Evidence Report for easy legal review.
Easy Legal Review of Contact List
We provide Evidence Reports with a list of the most important contact list evidence, in an easy to review format organized by person, device, and date.