Case Project 5-3 & 5-5

Case Project 5-3 & 5-5 - Case Project: 5-3, &...

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Bryan Pietrowicz May 30, 2011 Kaplan University CJ317: Computer Forensics Prof: Stephen Sigmon
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2 In Case Project 5-3 once Mr. Owens discovers illegal activity and documents and reports the crime, he needs to stop his investigation to make sure doesn’t violate Fourth Amendment restrictions on obtaining evidence. If the information he supplies is specific enough to meet the criteria for a search warrant, then the police are responsible for obtaining a warrant that requests any new evidence. Once the police officer obtains the warrant for the evidence then they would then sieze the computer as evidence unless it would cause undue harm on the business. In this case the officer’s would then create a copy of the hard drive and transport it back to the computer forensics lab and place it into evidence. Upon copying the hard drive the officers need to ensure that they detail where the evidence was located on the hard drive, note any unusual programs that are on the computer to aid the forensic team. Case Project 5-5
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