R v Tomasa & Others (Cayman Islands 2013) - Bank Robbery.
Established the movement of the telephones before and after the bank robbery and analysed calling patterns in order to establish whether the calling behaviour was unusual.
R v Sinanaj - Conspiracy to supply Class A drugs.
Analysed the telephones attribution and movement.
R v Nowak (2013) - Murder of Catherine Wells.
Compared the calls and movements of a ‘clean’ and ‘dirty’ telephone pre and post the murder, in order to establish whether Mr Nowak could be the user of the telephone associated with the crime.
R v Daniel D’Age (2012) - Conspiracy to supply calls A drugs
Nicola analysed the calling patterns and contacts between the telephones allegedly attributed to dealing and 25 other telephones of interest. The movement and frequently used cells were also analysed in order to establish the usage of the ‘dirty’ phones compared to the ‘clean’ phones.
R v Frost & Isle (2011) - Series of 20 robberies of high value agricultural equipment.
Nicola analysed 11 telephones showing the movement of each around the time of the robberies, comparing the findings with the serving cells at the locations of interest.
R v D’Aguair (2010) - Murder.
Nicola commented on the movement and likely whereabouts of the telephone around the time of the murder.