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Hidden Electronic Data That Can Make or Break Your Case

What You Will Learn

  • What smartphone data is loaded into a car’s memory through Bluetooth and USB connections
  • A person’s likely location at a certain time, based on the smartphone’s location tracking data
  • When the drunk exited the vehicle at the bar and which door was opened
  • Other hidden nuggets of electronic data tracked by Android and Apple devices and discoverable as evidence in your case

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What You Will Learn

  • What smartphone data is loaded into a car’s memory through Bluetooth and USB connections
  • A person’s likely location at a certain time, based on the smartphone’s location tracking data
  • When the drunk exited the vehicle at the bar and which door was opened
  • Other hidden nuggets of electronic data tracked by Android and Apple devices and discoverable as evidence in your case
Date Published

May 27, 2021

Publisher

Indiana Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Auto

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Summary

Ever driven a car and made a Bluetooth connection or plugged in a USB? Yes, everyone has done this. Guess what … a copy of everything on your phone is now downloaded to the car’s memory … and, can be discovered. Scary stuff. 

Want to figure out where a person was at a certain time? Impossible, but you can track the phone and location. 

What time did the drunk get to the bar? You can see when they exited the vehicle, which car door was open, etc. 

Want to find nuggets in a person’s cell phone? Android has essentially a google tracking device. Apple the same.

 

Dan Chamberlain, past president of Indiana Trial Lawyers Association and Chair of the Brain Injury Association of America, together with Justin P. Schorr, PhD, Collision Reconstruction Engineer, will teach you what you need to know about the discoverable electronic evidence captured by today’s smartphones and vehicle on-board data systems.

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Presenters

Daniel S. Chamberlain
Cohen and Malad

Daniel S. Chamberlain was named one of the Top 50 Indiana Lawyers and is a member of a select group of attorneys that is... Read More

Justin P. Schorr, Ph.D
President - Principal Collision Reconstruction Engineer

Justin earned his undergraduate degree from Northwestern University and his master’s and doctorate degrees in Civil... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Hidden Electronic Data That Can Make or Break Your Case
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