A key litigation strategy is to obtain a party’s cell phone records during the discovery phase of a lawsuit. These records can carry a lot of information and often provide valuable evidence in a case.
But how does one go about getting cell phone and text message records?
Buckfire & Buckfire, P.C. — a top-rated Michigan personal injury and car accident law firm — has released a free report that offers step-by-step instructions on how to subpoena cell phone records from major cell phone carriers.
“How To Subpoena Cell Phone Records” helps litigators understand the strict compliance procedures, and details important factors and obstacles that a litigator should keep in mind when issuing a subpoena. By understanding the subpoena process, you will be able to make key decisions that can help your legal case.
This easy-to-read subpoena guide also includes a list of contact information for all major phone carriers, including:
The eight-page subpoena guide reveals:
- How to subpoena cell phone records
- Issues obtaining cell phone records
- Tracking people by location
- Who issues a subpoena?
- Serving a subpoena
- Out-of-state subpoenas
- Sample subpoena forms
- Cellular telephone subpoena guide
Reasons to Use Our Subpoena Guide
Cell phone and text message records can provide key evidence in all types of litigated matters. Depending on the type of legal case, these records can help determine valuable information about a case.
In personal injury cases involving car accidents, motorcycle collisions, and truck crashes, an attorney can discover if a driver was distracted at the time of an accident. These records provide great evidence for impeachment of negligent drivers in disputed liability lawsuits. They also can be used to confirm phone calls made after a crash, including to police or 911.
Phone records are also very useful in criminal cases to provide a timeline of events and help corroborate an alibi. Criminal attorneys can get charges dismissed or win an acquittal at trial with the use of cellular phone records.
Domestic relation attorneys use this information when allegations of infidelity are made in a contested divorce case. Business attorneys rely heavily on communications in shareholder dispute matters. Employment attorneys use them in whistleblower lawsuits, discrimination, and sexual harassment cases.
No matter the type of case, cell phone and text message records provide detailed information that can impact its resolution. As a result, understanding the value of these records can be critical for planning the right approach to a case.
How To Get Our Free Cell Phone Subpoena Guide
To receive your free copy of the “How To Subpoena Cell Phone Records” report, simply fill out a form below. Once you submit your information, you will be emailed a digital copy of the report within minutes.
When seeking cell phone records for use in a case, having an experienced attorney to help you through the subpoena process can be extremely beneficial. A lawyer with experience gathering cell phone records will be able to work through the process with you to ensure you stand the best chance for success. To learn more, fill out the form below and receive a free download of this book.