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Now, when you say the "contents" stored in a cell phone, a little more information would be needed to provide a more thorough analysis of the issue and more accurate information being provided. What type of "content" would you be referring to in your hypothetical (i.e., call logs, pictures, gps information, etc)?
Hi there, it looks like the other attorney helping you isn't online any more, so I am happy to assist.
Yes, the information stored on a cell phone can be used as evidence in court. You can use anything that is stored by the carrier of the service as well, so the call logs can be obtained in court, as well as any other data that they keep.
If there is something specific you have in mind please let me know. You are welcome to ask follow up questions.