During domestic relations cases, a significant amount of evidence can be obtained from digital devices such as computers, external drives, cell phones, etc. Most of this evidence involves items such as recovered emails, chat logs, text messages, pictures, documents, etc. A Virginia computer forensics examiner can assist individuals and/or attorneys involved in domestic relations cases, such as divorce, child custody, abuse, and others.
These cases provide a sample of civil cases where computer forensics expert testimony was utilized in court:
- Albertson v. Albertson Circuit Court of Virginia, Fairfax County. Paul D. ALBERTSON v. Shelia E. ALBERTSON. No. CL-2006-9521. March 15, 2007. KATHLEEN H. MacKAY, Judge. *1 Dear Counsel: Defendant filed a Motion for Examination and Analysis of Computers on September 15, 2006. Plaintiff filed a response on September 21, 2006. The court heard initial arguments on September 29, 2006. At that time the court took the matter ...
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