In Montgomery County’s (US) computer forensic department, Det. Ray Kuter’s workload has grown steadily during the past four years. Kuter heads the forensic laboratory. Computer forensic analysis has come of age in recent years and is now routinely performed to gather evidence on suspects in all types of criminal cases. In the past two years, Kuter’s forensic exams showed a defendant had used instant messaging to intimidate a witness set to testify in her trial, uncovered another woman’s fraudulent online purchases of prescription drugs, and revealed some online habits of a man convicted of murdering an East Norriton woman…
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