Smartphones pose difficulties when validating evidence
While smartphones can often provide valuable evidence in trial, one family court in Florida is finding that mobile interactions can be less than reliable. For example, the courts are finding that, "One party could fabricate a conversation with the other to inform them of a doctor's appointment for a child. Because the conversation was a fake, the child doesn't make the appointment and one side could accuse the other of negligence in a custody case."
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