Locked Device

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New Evidence! Digital Innocence in Post-Conviction Review

As a defense attorney, do you have a post-conviction case involving digital evidence? Find out what impact new technology can have.   The Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative seeks to provide technical and forensic assessment and assistance for attorneys representing individuals who are convicted of crimes in which digital evidence may have or could have been a deciding factor Was a complete digital evidence case assessment conducted? Was digital evidence locked in a device or not supported at that time? Was deleted data unrecoverable at that time? Were third party apps inaccessible at that time? Was location data a component of the case? Fill out our Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative “Request for Assessment Form” to see if your case qualifies. http://bit.ly/2lYUr9N

Digital Innocence:  Accessing Locked Mobile Devices

Locked cell phones that were at one time inaccessible can now be unlocked using the latest digital forensic technology.  There is often a lag time between the creation of new technology and the digital forensic community’s ability to analyze it.  In 2015, digital forensic capabilities took a giant leap forward with the ability to unlock many cell phones that previously were not accessible.  Digital evidence contained in some locked cell phones prior to 2015 can now be recovered using new technology.