There are more cell phones in the world than toilets! As smartphones becomes more and more integrated into peoples’ lives, smartphone evidence has become essential for litigation. Howe & Associates helps other law firms collect and review smartphone evidence for all types of cases such as Employment Law, Family Law, Business Litigation, and Criminal Law.
Lawyers should always consider evidence on their own client’s smartphone to support the claims and defenses of the case. Clients are often unaware or forget about information saved on their smartphone. Wise litigators recognize that smartphones can be a valuable treasure trove of important evidence! The benefits are huge, but the pitfalls are many if the lawyer does not use proper and defensible methods for collection and review. That is where we come in.
Howe and Associates makes collection of smartphone evidence easy, fast, and affordable. We use our “Remote Forensic Collection Unit” to collect smartphone and tablet evidence remotely (wherever Federal Express and UPS delivers). We charge a reasonable flat-fee for collection (https://www.howelawfirm.com/Fees), which saves law firms the substantial cost of forensic expert’s travel expenses and hourly fees. Our collection process utilizes defensible best practices, and the evidence is stored on a highly encrypted storage device so the evidence is safe and secure.
We make review easy by providing law firms comprehensive PDF Evidence Reports. Our “Smartphone Evidence PDF Report” organizes evidence by type of information (e.g. text messages, emails, documents, voicemails, photos, videos). Our “Search Term Evidence PDF Report” is organized by search terms.
We are passionate about helping other law firms use electronic discovery for great case outcomes! We promise fast, affordable, and reliable results, and use our legal and technology background and many years of experience for your benefit.
Contact us to discuss how you can use smartphone evidence for your current and future cases, and request a free “Sample Smartphone Evidence PDF Report” today.