This case is not about the phone and the data stored in it, there are no answers in it, said the actor’s lawyer Aaron Dyer.
Actor Alec Baldwin, who accidentally shot a cameraman on the set of a movie last year, handed over his mobile phone to law enforcement agencies as part of the investigation into the case. This was announced by the actor’s lawyer Aaron Dyer.
On Thursday, the sheriff’s office in Santa Fe County (New Mexico) informed that Baldwin has been unable to provide his phone to law enforcement officers for almost a month, despite a warrant issued back in December. “Alec voluntarily handed over his phone to the authorities this morning so they could complete their investigation,” NBC quoted Dyer as saying.
The representative of the actor’s defense added that “this case is not about the phone [and the data stored in it], there are no answers in it,” and noted that Baldwin “did nothing wrong.”