June 5, 2020 – Litigating in the Cell Phone Age – Digital Evidence from Cell Phones Can Make or Break Your Case

Date: June 5, 2020
Location: (2 options)
1. Red Lion Hotel, 204 West Fox Farm Road, South Fork Room
2. From the comfort of your own home or office via live stream
Time: 1:00 – 4:15 p.m. (Mountain Time)
Cost: FREE
Credit Approval: 3 CLE Credits including 0.25 Ethics Credits


Approximately 99% of people in America between the ages of 18-49 have cell phones. Everyone’s locations are being tracked by their service providers; all kinds of data are stored on both our cell phones and the cloud; and everyone’s using social media. Who cares about DNA; get their cell phone.

How can this digital evidence be obtained and utilized in criminal and civil litigations? This seminar will explain how cell phones work, what data you can get from cell phones and call records, and what you can get from social media to include Google maps.

After a long career as a computer engineer, Mark Pfoff went into law enforcement becoming a detective specializing in computer crimes and forensics. During his 17-year career with the El Paso County Sheriff’s office in Colorado Springs he investigated numerous major crimes to include sex assaults and homicides.

Since retiring from law enforcement in late 2014, Mark provides consulting in criminal and civil cases. He is a court qualified expert in many disciplines to include computer and cell phone forensics, cellular technology, call detail records analysis, police procedures and investigations, video surveillance systems, digital evidence collection, and child exploitation.

John San Agustin, a former investigations commander with a large sheriff’s office in Colorado has been involved in over 500 criminal and civil investigations. John has been an adjunct faculty member at the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs for approximately 12 years and has been a guest lecturer for a number of organizations including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, the California Homicide Investigators Association, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the FBI National Academy. John has been retained for the prosecution and defense in the field of investigations, computer/digital forensic analysis, sexual exploitation, social media, and cell phone technology.

Share on Social Media