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 […]
In 2000, teenager Vernon Horn was convicted for a January 1999 robbery and murder at a New Haven, CT neighborhood convenience store. The primary evidence allegedly linking Vernon Horn to the crime scene was a record of calls made from a cell phone stolen during the robbery. The State had no physical […]
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 […]
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 […]
Finding New Evidence from Third-Party Mobile Apps with the Latest Technology
At the beginning of 2019, the Google Play store had approximately 2,100,000 applications for Android and the iTunes store had almost 1,800,000 apps for Apple devices. While most of the applications installed by the device manufacturer are supported for analysis by forensic […]
Advances in digital forensic technology provides a deeper access to mobile device data.
New technology can extract deleted data from cell phones that were previously inaccessible. It is important to know the difference between the mobile device forensic extraction levels because each one can recover a different amount of data.
The Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative (DEII) is the first and only organization in the nation solely dedicated to exonerating the innocent, in cases involving digital evidence. Providing expert forensic services, resources and training to advance a uniformed national standard Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) for preventing wrongful convictions in cases […]