State Drops Murder Charge In Hartford Killing: Digital Evidence Proves Innocence
The Case of Anthony Christiana A photo located on a cell phone that had been taken 14 hours after a murder was the key in exonerating a man of murder. The story began with the killing of William Prieto on August 31, 2015. A key witness in the case stated that a clean shaven man was the gunman who killed Prieto. Anthony Christiana was then charged with his murder as well as conspiracy to commit murder, witness tampering and criminal possession of a firearm. IRIS LLC defense investigators for Attorney Glenn Conway located an old cell phone and forensically extracted in which a photo was located that had been taken approximately 14 hours after the murder showing a picture of the accused with a mustache and goatee. Read Article http://bit.ly/31XsS1a More and more digital evidence is being generated every day on all sorts of electronic devices, and being able to locate, access and interpret this time-sensitive data can make or break a criminal defense case. To assist Public Defenders in pre-trial or post-conviction cases is The Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative http://bit.ly/2X2k5LD , as well as, the IRIS LLC Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method http://bit.ly/2JYiEqz, a tool to assist in the collection and organization of digital evidence.