USB Storage Timestamp Registry Anomaly
A very equilibrated opinion. )
I wonder how prosecution (or defense, or however either parties) leverage on your conclusions in these reports. ?
Is that bad/wrong? If I don't see a smoking gun, I'm not going to leave an impression that there was a smoking gun. If someone has a suspicion that something happened I'm of the opinion they like to latch onto anything that corroborates it, no matter how miniscule. I don't want to encourage that. I would rather err on the side of caution, especially in circumstance where there can be doubt (like here where odd results exist).
Also, I've noticed that lawyers are impossible to pin on anything. They speak and answer in ways which leaves quite the latitude for interpretation - why not give it right back to them? )
As to how my conclusions are leveraged, well that is up to the parties to debate.