We live in an electronic age and it turns out your cards know where you are all the time. That's what an adulterer in NJ found out:
Lynne Gold-Bikin, a Pennsylvania divorce lawyer, said E-ZPass helped prove a client's husband was being unfaithful: "He claimed he was in a business meeting in . And I had records to show he went to that night."
Davy Levy, a Chicago divorce lawyer for more than 30 years, said toll records from I-Pass (part of the E-ZPass system) are useful in catching a spouse in a lie. "You bring up the I-Pass records and it destroys credibility," said Levy, who has used such records two or three times for such purposes.