Stolen cell phone


#1

My wife stole my cell phone. is anything she finds in there admissible in court, since she obtained the phone without my permission?


#2

Hi,

Buddy I didn’t get your point, but I really want to help you as me too faced similar kind of situation once in my life. I hope the situation well matches with yours too. My relative stolen my very expensive phone in a family function and I know that he has stolen my phone but unable to prove it as was one of my family member. At that time I felt like I was struck badly.

Than I consulted with one firm and put an FIR than too I didn’t get good results but than to I am sure that he has stolen my phone. I gathered full confidence and put up a case in court too and win it with the help of court reporters and my lawyers. whole team did very well. I really want to thanks them.

If you want some help from me buddy than I can disclose you the firm, as forums didn’t allow to but links of other websites.

Please feel free to ask.
Regards
Larry


#3

Whether evidence obtained from the cell phone is admissible will be dependent on all the facts and circumstances in your case. I would read through our Spousal Spying Center to learn more about the laws surrounding spousal spying.