The thing about Cell Site Location Information (CSLI) is that it is an immutable source of digital evidence. The subject of your investigation cannot wipe or change this data, even when they’ve done so with every other piece of evidence.
CSLI is used often in civil and criminal cases as evidence of a subject’s activity or location. Trial exhibits and testimony can misrepresent or overstate what the evidence can actually tell us. Push-button-forensics is not sufficient, as evidenced by a recent Colorado ruling which ordered the exclusion of CSLI evidence.
Join Aaron Weiss in a presentation about the fundamental principles of CSLI as evidence.