Call detail records (CDRs) can be critically important to a case as they may contain information about the location of a person or to show that parties were communicating. We can analyze and map CDR’s from all major phone providers. CDR’s can contain insightful metadata about telephone calls and SMS (text) messages for communications that pass-through cell towers. The data collected includes a variety of information about the call or text message but does not contain the actual content of the communication. Some of the key information that CDRs commonly include are:
• Recipient’s phone number
• Date and time call was placed
• Whether or not the call was connected
• Whether the call was a voice call or a text message
• Duration of the call
In addition we can map the cell towers that the device connected to which can be used to prove or disprove the device was in a general area.
Used call detail records and cell towers to show an individual accused of a crime was not in the same town when the crime took place.
Used call detail records and cell towers to show that a person that was accused of being at the scene of a crime has a historical pattern to be in that area and it is not uncommon for the person to be in that area.
Used call detail records and cell towers to show that a cheating spouse was in the area of his suspected mistress house.
Used call detail records and cell towers to show a person was in close proximity to where their vehicle was burned which contradicted their statements they were not in the area.
Used call detail records and cell towers to show that a person who called in a fake hit and run accident was not in the area of the accident at all.
Used call detail records to show a historical pattern of communication between a spouse and their mistress.
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