The use of a computer forensic expert to analyze potential evidence on personal electronic devices is very common in divorce litigation.
Consider the following scenario: A senior executive at a major beverage company in Atlanta uses an iPad for business and personal email. Her work email contains the secret formula of the company’s famous beverage. Her personal email has communication with her attorney and therapist.
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