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|User Info||The MainSleaze Media Story On Trayvon Is Crumbling; entered at 2012-04-22 22:14:28|
On my phone so hard to browse ariund. Is it known that there are no calls 3 hours earlier, for sure?
The only way to know for sure is to subpoena both carriers (both ends of the call) and get the official billing records. They have them as they have to have them to get paid.
Someone's screen print is probably admissible, but the time stamp claim on the bottom is going to toss that as you have to facially take the entire printout or none of it.
We were occasionally subpoenaed like this for call detail records at my ISP; it's an absolutely standard thing and business records along with an affidavit from a corporate officer attesting that they're accurate and complete (and explaining anything that's not obvious) is typically admissible evidence. It's subject to examination of course to establish that it is in fact a true and complete record (e.g. exactly how the system works, etc) but business records made in the ordinary course of events by disinterested third parties are typically considered to be near the top in reliability when it comes to admissible evidence.