Computer forensics labs in Alabama will receive $987,227 from the U.S. Department of Justice, according to Sen. Richard Shelby. The money will be routed through the Alabama District Attorneys Association. According to a news release form Shelby’s officer, the ADAA will implement three regional computer forensic science labs within the state to analyze, store, and hold custody of digital evidence…
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