Communications and call log evidence are particularly important in many litigation cases. Our call log forensics will provide you with all call logs detailing all calls received from certain people, or made during a certain time. We provide:
- Remote evidence collection of phone call log evidence.
- Recover deleted call logs.
- Flat Fee Services – Free data storage, no hosting fees.
- Evidence Reports containing call log evidence for easy legal review.
- Production of call log evidence to the opposing party.
Cell Phone Call Logs as Evidence
There are many reasons that you may want to use call logs 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 call 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.
Criminal Law cases for defense or prosecution concerning alibi, motive, or intent.
Using Digital Forensics to Collect Call Logs
No matter the condition of your phone, frequently our forensics experts can recover all call logs. In fact, forensic data recovery services can uncover previously deleted data.
We handle the data extraction remotely. 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. The Evidence Reports list all of the most important call logs and more, in an easy to review format.
We provide you with call log evidence from almost all digital programs and devices. Here is a list of the most common types:
- OS-based: iPhone, iPod, iPad
- Android: Samsung, HTC, Motorola, Nokia
- Blackberry Phones
- And more!
Call Log Admissibility & Authentication
In federal court, evidence admissibility is governed by the federal rules of evidence. Assuming a call log is relevant and not barred based on hearsay rules, it must also be authenticated. Authenticating a call log will demonstrate that it has not been altered and comes from the stated source. Cell phone forensics will help establish its authenticity.