Google Searches Used In Murder Trial
Techdirt spotted a case where prosecutors used the search results of a defendant to help with their case. Allegedly, a woman searched for “how to commit murder,” “instant poisons,” “undetectable poisons,” and “fatal digoxin doses,” days before her husband was murdered. As the Daily Record reports the State Police digital technology unit testified yesterday about those search results. This is not the first time search results have been used in court cases.
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