ReversePhoneLookup.us.org Reviews New Procedures of Cell Phone Records in Court Cases
Los Angeles, CA, Jan 11, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
ReversePhoneLookup.us.org, a leading in the phone number lookup industry, shares due to the rise in car accidents from cell phone use, phone records are now almost always used in court cases. According to a 2005 National Safety Council study, 28 percent of motor vehicle accidents occur when a driver is talking to texting on a cell phone.
Cell phone records can be easily obtained through a subpoena to a driver's cell phone carrier. The end result to be expected from this is whether or not the driver was actually using the cell phone when the accident occurred.
With cell phone use illegal while driving in some states, this can carry a heavy penalty if a driver was using the phone during an accident. By using the start and end time records of a call, the prosecutor of a motor vehicle crash case and determine who might have been at fault.
Also by accessing these records it can be found out triangulating the signals of a phone call from the cell phone carrier towers. However, there may be some discrepancies between different call sites due to distance from a tower, etc., so not all cases can be proven.
ReversePhoneLookup.us.org warns all drivers to refrain from cell phone use while driver, whether it is illegal in a state or not. Drive safely by using hands-free devices in your vehicle or simply wait to respond to a call or text.
As a top resource for reverse phone number lookup, ReversePhoneLookup.us.org helps people across the U.S. and Canada trace landline numbers. Clients can lookup a number or search a person's name to find out their contact information. With thousands of records added to the ReversePhoneLookup.us.org database, customers can easily find records they are looking for.
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