How Cellphone Extraction Technology Can Assist in Defending Criminal Cases

In an increasingly technology driven world, the approach to defending criminal cases is now expanding and criminal defense attorneys are being given more tools for litigating cases brought against defendants and methods for proving a defendant’s innocence.

Data extraction companies like Cellebrite are now able to extract, transfer, and analyze cellular phones and mobile devices. This technology can assist in pinpointing a defendant’s location at the time of the crime, extracting text messages that have since been deleted, and recovering video and audio recordings that were once unable to be retrieved.

At Escovar Law, APC, our understanding and knowledge of this technology and our work with experts in this field has led to the dismissal of charges against our clients. We have used this technology to our advantage to uncover exculpatory evidence and zealously advocate for our clients.

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