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Nicola Laver

Editor, Solicitors Journal




Expatriate Law partner Byron James has warned of faked audio recordings being admitted as evidence in legal proceedings. Speaking to The Telegraph, James said voice forging software had been used to produce fake evidence in a custody battle. The recording was supposed to Prison self-harm on the rise prove that a father had threatened his children's mother over the phone, despite the man in question swearing that he had not. 'It is now possible, with sufficient content, to create an audio or video file of anyone saying anything', James told the paper. 31 January