Breck McDaniel works full time as an expert with cell phones and related electronic communications data. He has been working extensively with cell phones for over seventeen years and splits his time between expert witnessing/consulting and providing law enforcement training. Breck is regularly hired around the country to assist with determining what cell phone information is likely to be available, in obtaining the data, and, in interpreting, analyzing, and presenting the pertinent findings. Breck also provides cell phone forensics in order to obtain data from the phones themselves along with regularly working with records from cell phone and related companies. Common data that Breck works with includes the date, time, directionality (to and from) of phone calls, text messages, and Internet data, and, extensive work with cell phone location information. Breck is an honorably retired sergeant from the Houston Police Department, retiring in 2015. He spent twenty years as a police officer including seventeen years in investigations and approximately ten years as an investigative supervisor. His assignments included patrol, undercover narcotics, domestic violence, nearly six years as a homicide investigator, and, several years supervising general investigations. He also founded and supervised an electronic Communications Intelligence Unit (CIU) focusing on cell phone data and also supervised the Digital Forensics Lab (DFL) dealing with extracting and utilizing data from digital devices. Breck is also a volunteer investigator with the Kendall County, Texas District Attorney’s Office in Boerne, Texas and lives in the San Antonio, Texas area with his wife, a first assistant district attorney, and, their ten-year-old son.