R vs K

The Defendant had been accused of being in possession information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.

The evidence was contained on peripheral media which required analysis to ascertain relevance, user activity and origin.

R vs C

The defendant had been accused of harassment against another by way of SMS messaging on a mobile telephone.

A previous independent expert had failed to recover messages which would have put the evidence used against him into context. Relevant evidence missed previously was recovered and evidenced accordingly.

R vs O

The defendant and five other men were accused of the Gang Rape of a female.

Chat log evidence was recovered from computers which were seized and this had a significant impact on the outcome of the case.

R vs K

The defendant was accused of conspiracy to supply class A drugs.

Analysis of the billing records across all co-defendants when put into a clear schedule showed there to be no pattern of activity between the accused and other relevant parties.

R vs C

The defendant had been accused of breaching a restraining order by way of email harassment.

Analysis of the defendants computer and email history proved the relevant mail activity to be as a result of malware.

R vs M

The defendant had been accused of possession of indecent images of a child for show contrary to section 1(1)(c) of the protection of children Act 1978.

Analysis of the images and their origins were proven to show no illegal activity had taken place.

R vs C

Encrochat case copy TBC.

Encrochat case copy TBC.

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