Serving search warrants in Spain

First published January 2010

The expert witness perspective

by Joaquim Anguas

Abstract

This article describes the most common schema and basic procedure in which search warrants related to computer evidence are served in Spain from the expert witness perspective, and

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Recording Telephone Calls

First published March 2009

by Greg Smith
Mobile Telephone Evidence & Forensics
trewmte.blogspot.com

A question that often gets asked is “Can I record a telephone call?” and the answer to that is that you can (according to publicly available material),
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Malicious Phone Call Legislation in the UK

First published February 2009

by Greg Smith
Mobile Telephone Evidence & Forensics
trewmte.blogspot.com

It is being noted that there is an exponential growth in harassing and intimidating calls from financial companies, card companies and from outsource debt collection firms chasing
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Corporate Investigations and the UK Data Protection Act

First published September 2007

by Rowenna Fielding

INTRODUCTION

A number of requirements of the Data Protection Act apply to workplace monitoring. While the DPA does not prohibit employee monitoring and investigation, any such activity must conform to the requirements of … Read more

Are non technical juries keeping criminals at large?

First published February 2006

by Carrie Moss, Marketing Assistant, CY4OR
www.CY4OR.co.uk

In England and Wales the only qualifications required of a jury member to be eligible to appear in a court of law are that they are registered on the … Read more

Electronic Evidence as the Smoking Gun

First published February 2005

by Henry J. Fasthoff, IV

NOTE: THIS IS ARTICLE IS FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. IT IS NOT INTENDED TO BE CONSTRUED AS LEGAL ADVICE.

Electronic communications–particularly email–may contain a treasure trove of evidence in commercial litigation … Read more