My question relates to legal practice in the state of: Arizona
Client had been interviewed twice by detectives, client feels something is missing upon reviewing the taped interview. Client tells attorney and client feels attorney thinks that client is mistaken or not being truthful. So client has the C.D. analyzed for edits, no edits had been disclosed. CD was found to have been edited by a break in the back ground noise which is graphed and results are given with the proper documents for "chain of custody". Is this a big deal?? Client really thought so but attorney ignored the whole issue stating that it did not matter if detectives tampered with the CD which was evidence. What should a client do in such an event? I do believe that all taped interviews should be analyzed. Any input? Thank you for your time.