It has been some time since I’ve had a case where it was necessary to have “cell tower” evidence to “locate” the client.
Here is an interesting piece in The New Yorker.
On May 28th, Lisa Marie Roberts, of Portland, Oregon, was released from prison after serving nine and a half years for a murder she didn’t commit. A key piece of overturned evidence was cell-phone records that allegedly put her at the scene.
In What Your Cell Phone Can’t Tell the Police, June 2014.