Texts/emails/etc can be deleted, so without a forensic analysis of the phone, absence of obviously-incriminating records probably wouldn't tell you anything conclusively.LexLeon wrote:Solid, solid point.ltrego wrote:In theory, wouldn't the phone show that it hadn't been used during the testing period? Wouldn't that be fairly good evidence that no cheating occurred?
[Wondering why no one has quoted it.]
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+1Desert Fox wrote:Pretty damn good trolling in this thread. Plausible story. Then slowly ratcheting up the stakes. 170
0L's stop giving legal analysis.
My favorite was the cheating in a casino addition to the back story around page 3(ish). The 0L legal analysis has just been the icing on the cake.
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