So...let me get all this straight:
-Your soon to be ex-wife contacted an ex-girlfriend. [How did you find that out?]
-You remove property (CDs) from your soon to be ex-wifeâ€™s purse because you are looking for money you think she may have stole from you. [If I thought someone took $800, I would not give a dam about CDs...I would be too pissed about the $800 to care]
-You take the CDs to work and for some reason feel that you need a â€œco-worker to watch everythingâ€ as you access the CD. [Sounds like you must have suspected something illegal or information of a highly secret or delicate nature on the CD/s you took from her purse...why did you suspect this?]
-You say â€œI have a chain of custody for the CD, and the reading of the CDâ€. [Iâ€™m a little confused...so the physical CD is your/government agencies property...not just the contents? What was the purpose of saying your ex-girlfriend is a great hacker? I thought you where implying that the soon to be ex-wife used your ex-girlfriends hacker skills to get the files...]
-If your soon to be ex-wife stole CD/s with files from a government agency (your work), why would she report the missing â€œstolenâ€ property to the police...which could implicate herself in a serous crime?
-Why would you leak information on the Internet about the theft of government property to a bunch of people you will never know?
-Isn't it true you made all this up?
...welcome to the wonderful world of a small sample (and I mean small sample) of the questions that may come from court hearings...via the result of a nasty divorce in which both sides try to get the other side into trouble with the law! :iagree: :bigsmile: :iagree:
The Prof. is giving you excellent advice...take it!