Many Reasons and Uses For Cell Phone Forensics Data Recovery

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There are many reasons why you may find yourself in the desperate need of forensic data recovery on a cell phone. But rest assured that if you find yourself in this predicament there is help available. Let's take a look at some of the possible benefits from hand held digital forensics.

1. You may need to recover deleted text messages or pics that you accidentally deleted.

2. You may suspect infidelity in a spouse and want to see the truth with your own eyes.

3. You may suspect employees are stealing either company time, money or inventory.

4. You may be involved in a civil litigation and need a record of text messages to demonstrate the negotiations in a business deal.

5. You may have a criminal charges and need to prove your innocence against false allegations.

6. You may need to check up on your children's behavior like possible drug use or inappropriate pics or texting.

7. You may need to clear your name if you are being accused of something you did not do.

As you can see there are many uses for cell phone deleted data recovery and reporting. I'm sure there are many uses listed here that you have never considered. I'm also sure there are many other reasons that are not listed here.

For instance in a recent death penalty murder trial the defendant was able to use cell phone forensics to demonstrate that his personal cell phone was tampered with while in police custody. The cell phone forensic report was able to show that texts were deleted and the phone and the phone was used while it was supposed to be locked away in the police evidence storage locker.

In another recent case in the news NFL Quarter Back Brett Farve used cell phone forensics to dispute allegations of sending inappropriate texts and images. Lastly we all remember the many alleged Tiger Woods mistresses that used cell phone forensics to recover deleted texts they had exchanged with the famous champion golfer.

This kind of technology has only been available since early 2000. At first it was only available to law enforcement investigating crimes and the military hunting down terrorists but today it's widely available from local forensic These labs are usually run by private investigation firms and they make these services available to the general public at very reasonable costs to their clients. Surely as the service becomes more main stream more and more benefits will turn up.


Ed Opperman is President of Opperman Investigations Inc. He is considered an expert in computer and cellular phone forensics.To learn more about how to recover deleted text messages and images please click here now:===>

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