Drug cases brought under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1971 such as Possession with Intent to Supply; Production, Cultivation or Manufacture of Controlled Drugs; Supplying another person with a Controlled Drug or Import or Export of Controlled Drugs often rely on evidence found on digital devices.
CY4OR has experience in interpreting and verifying evidence alleged by the Police to be relevant in these cases. Cases of this type often include computer based evidence relating to internet history allegedly created during the planning stages such as Google searches, Google Maps searches, procurement of hydroponics equipment and so on. Evidence relating to communication via e-mail, instant messaging or Facebook has become more common. Additionally analysis of data extracted from satellite navigation devices and mobile telephones often features.
Cell site analysis evidence is also on the increase in cases of this type and in many cases is not always as compelling as it first appears. Our experts have the knowledge and experience to impartially interpret this evidence.
Mobile telephony evidence often now extends into the smart device arena where iPhones, iPads and other smart phones have become ubiquitous. Our experts will examine and verify evidence of this nature.
Many cases rely on evidence obtained covertly often in the form of video, audio or transcripts of audio recordings. We have experience of checking and interpreting evidence of this type and can provide transcription services where required.
For further information please contact a member of the business development team on 0845 643 7055.