Pacemaker data used in court

A man from Middletown, Ohio, was indicted in January 2017 for aggravated arson and insurance fraud for allegedly setting fire to his home in September 2016. Ohio authorities decided and succeeded to obtain a search warrant for the data recorded on the pacemaker after identifying inconsistencies in the suspect’s account of facts. Ohio authorities alleged that the data showed that the accused was awake when he claimed to be sleeping. It has been reported that a cardiologist, examining data from the device, found it “highly improbable” that the accused would have been able to collect, pack and remove the number of items from the house, exit his bedroom window and carry numerous large and heavy items to the front of his residence during the short time he indicated.

Sources: https://www.wired.com/story/your-own-pacemaker-can-now-testify-against-you-in-court/ and https://arstechnica.com/science/2017/02/ohio-mans-pacemaker-data-betrays-him-in-arson-insurance-fraud-case/