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Learn how to use subpoenas to get smartphone records straight from the phone carrier.
Discover different methods for authenticating smartphone evidence.
Investigation of the Accident Scene: What to Look for and Where to Find it
Preserving Messages, App Data, Location Data, Recordings, and Other Smartphone Evidence
Collection and Discovery of Smartphone Evidence: Do's and Dont's
How to Subpoena Phone Records: Step by Step (With Samples)
How to Get Your Smartphone Evidence Admitted (and Keep Theirs Out)
Rex C Bush was inspired to practice personal injury law following the loss of his father in an automobile crash. After handling his first injury case in 1984, he has, for the past 25 years dedicated his practice to helping victims of the carelessness of others. Utah Business Magazine recognized Mr. Bush in 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, and 2020 as part of a peer reviewed selection in their Utah Legal Elite for the category of personal Injury. The Utah State Bar honored Mr. Bush in 1996 for outstanding service to the legal profession. His biographical entry appears in Who's Who in American Law. His reported cases include Jenkins v. U.S.F.G., 962 P.2d 796 (Utah 1998), a landmark case in the law of arbitration, which has been cited by over 100 treatises, learned journals and appellate cases, including International Arbitration Law and Practice, Domke on Commercial Arbitration, and Arbitrage International: Droit et Pratique, Corbin on Contracts, and Couch on Insurance. Mr. Bushhas published over 50 articles in print and digital media on personal injury subjects, including "How to Prepare Your Personal Injury Case for Trial", Utah Bar Journal (1998), and "Zipline Injuries on the Rise" (Utah Trial Journal, 2017.) A popular speaker, Mr. Bush has, on many occasions, educated other lawyers on personal injury subjects at seminars such as "Personal Injury from A to Z" (National Business Institute,2018); "Auto Injury Litigation from Start to Finish"(National Business Institute, 2018); "Insurance Coverage Litigation: Secrets Insurance Companies Don't Want Attorneys to Know" (National Business Institute, 2017); and "Advanced Issues in Personal Injury Litigation" (National Business Institute, 2014). High profile clients, cases, and projects include Richard Worthington, the AC/DC case, and the Fen-Phen diet drug litigation.
Matthew J Focht is an attorney with Pressler, Senftle & Wilhite, PC. Mr. Focht practices in the area of personal injury law in both Maryland and the District of Columbia. He has deep experience in managing a broad range of high-stakes personal injury matters on behalf of victims and surviving family members, including automobile accidents, slip and falls, professional negligence, wrongful death cases, and a variety of other serious matters caused by avoidable negligence. Mr. Focht received his B.A. degree from Loyola College in Maryland and his J.D. degree from Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law.
Peter S Garcia is a partner with DSK Law Group in the firm’s general litigation section and draws upon nearly 10 years of legal experience for the benefit of his clients. Mr. Garcia’s practice areas include insurance defense, premises liability defense, criminal defense, and sealing/expunction of records. His work ranges from providing legal advice and representation to individuals, business owners and corporations, and insurance companies on various legal issues. The focus of his pro-bono work has centered around assisting low-income individuals with sealing or expunging criminal records, to help them successfully access or maintain employment, for example. He received his Bachelor of Arts, majoring in International Affairs, from Florida State University and obtained his Juris Doctorate from Florida A & M University College of Law. As a law student, he participated in internships with the Orange/Osceola County Public Defender’s Office, the Orange/Osceola County State Attorney’s Office, and clerked for the Honorable Steve Jewett in Orange County, Florida. Mr. Garcia is admitted to all Florida state courts.
Carter R Hale is a partner with Scott, Sullivan, Streetman & Fox, P.C., in the firm's Mobile, Alabama office. He has a diverse litigation and trial practice, though a great portion of his time is concentrated on defending complex products liability cases, wrongful death actions, employment law charges and suits, professional liability claims, and commercial design and construction defect cases in state and federal courts throughout Alabama. Mr. Hale earned his B.S. degree from Hampden-Sydney College and his J.D. degree from Cumberland School of Law. He is admitted to practice in Alabama; and before the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Middle districts of Alabama; and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida; and has been admitted pro hac vice numerous times in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana and the state of Mississippi. Mr. Hale is a member of the Alabama State Bar (Litigation and Labor and Employment Law sections) and the Mobile Bar Association.
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