How To Respond To Technological Evidence In A Criminal Case
With each passing year, America's criminal law system leans more and more on technology to provide evidence. From breathalyzers to shot spotters, there are a lot of machines backing prosecutorial claims. Consequently, a criminal law attorney has to think more than ever before about how to respond when prosecutors say some gadget proves their client committed an offense. If the case against you appears to hinge on some piece of technology, here are four ways to address the problem.