Webinar: Cell Phone Location Evidence for Legal Professionals
This webinar covers the methods used by law enforcement examiners to locate persons using historical call detail records, precision location data and E-911 pings. The speaker will teach how cell phones work in the wireless networks, how to understand call detail records and how to obtain them. These methods are widely used in criminal cases to "place" a person at a particular location based on his or her cell phone usage. Real case examples will illustrate how location evidence is used in cases ranging from murder to trucking accidents. Attendees will learn about the realities and limitations of actually being able to locate a cell phone based on historical call detail record analysis.
Larry E. Daniel, Senior Principal Consultant, Digital Forensics
Start time is 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time (8:00 am Pacific Standard Time).
This webinar may be eligible for CLE credit, where authorized. Applications are pending in all states that grant CLE credits for Training Division webinars.