November 7, 2008
FAME: Forensic Analysis of Mobile Equipment
Mobile devices are no longer just a convenience—they have taken over personal and business communications worldwide. They allow us to communicate and store vast amounts of information and data. This information and data can be retrieved, and is being used more and more in criminal and civil cases nationwide.
Law enforcement and private investigators are finding that cell phones and cellular service providers are becoming a vast source of evidence. As such, the Columbus Bar has organized a comprehensive seminar covering the development of the law as it relates to this fast developing technology, methods available to the practitioner in obtaining evidence, the benefits and pitfalls of this evidence in the courtroom, as well as forensic methods used in retrieval and the basics of cell phone technology. The seminar is designed for criminal and civil attorneys who wish to stay current with mobile equipment technology and electronic evidence.
“FAME: Forensic Analysis of Mobile Equipment,” November 19, 9am-4:45pm, is presented by Detective Christine Roberts and Jeffery R. Davis. Detective Roberts is a 24-year veteran with the Columbus Police Department with over 16 years experience in narcotics, interdiction, and organized crime cases and is one of the preeminent law enforcement experts on cell phone forensics. Mr. Davis has been involved in the development and prosecution of numerous cases utilizing cellular evidence and is one of the few attorneys in Ohio with experience in state wiretaps.
Register online or call 614/221.4112 for event #LI081119 Member cost is $360 prepaid/$390 day-of, non-member cost is $450 prepaid/$480 day-of, and non-attorney cost is $300 prepaid/$330 day-of.