There have been several crimes in Memphis that have had cell phone records used to prosecute defendants. In this litigation, cell phone records are frequently used as evidence in order to prove the location of a defendant. But how accurate are these records and should they be allowed as evidence?
Memphis residents are probably familiar with the crimes that plague the city. Those who face allegations of serious crimes know that these crimes can be aggressively prosecuted. A criminal conviction can bring years in prison, along with fines, a criminal record and a ruined personal and professional reputation.
With the holidays quickly approaching crimes such as identity theft will be widespread. These crimes are becoming more and more common now that quite a bit of personal data is stored online. The penalties for being convicted of such crimes in Tennessee are severe.
Many recent news stories have included stories of teachers, coaches and spiritual leaders who have had sexual relations with their students and athletes. The media coverage for these crimes can be intense. Those who are accused of these crimes can face felony charges, an aggressive prosecution and public backlash.
Memphis residents do not tolerate those who assault others. Although Memphis crime is high, residents demand that those who are facing assault charges be severely punished. Memphis residents and law enforcement aggressively prosecute those who have been charged with an assault. An accusation of assault can ruin a person's personal and professional reputation.