Experts say law enforcement?s use of cellphone records can be inaccurate - The Washington Post
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Complicated telephone technology is frequently oversold and under-defended in the courtroom. What is a cell towers range? The answer is a matter of great dispute between telecommunications experts and law enforcement, who use cellphone records to place people at or near crime scenes. As well-intentioned and completely honest as some of the prosecution experts are, I dont think they have that deep understanding of how the [phone] network systems operate, said Edward J.
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