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Spokane computer forensics firm featured in ‘Divorce Wars’ tonight on CNBC

Spokane forensic computer analysis and research firm Global Compusearch will be featured in tonight's opening segment of the new CNBC series “Divorce Wars.”  To see a cheezy preview of the new show, CNBC has one here.

The Spokane company does a variety of work for lawyers and prosecutors across the country. Its researchers know how to find information contained on computer hard drives; they also know how to determine when and how some files ended up on the drive in the first place.

That skill was critical when the company was called upon a few years ago by a legal team helping a high-worth husband caught in a nasty divorce and child custody battle.

For information on GCS, this is its main website. The company has offices also in Portland and Palm Springs.

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