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    Affidavit and Search Warrant

    Alright. So it's my last term in Computer Forensics and the assignment is to create an Affidavit and Search Warrant (I know the judge usually does the search warrant, but they're making us). My instructor is assigning me a case as soon as I go in and talk to him. I'm suppose to ask him important questions that I'll need to fill out both Affidavit and SW. (Kinda cheating by asking you guys, I know.. ) So here's my questions:

    -What kind of important questions should a computer forensics examiner ask when he is first handed the case?
    -What type of questions would a cop ask when he is trying to find out information to get a search warrant?

    I want to catch my instructor with a little social engineering so those kinds of questions would help nicely too.

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    BS, EnCE, ACE, Cellebrite 11001001's Avatar
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