1:20 p.m. We're going operational on a divorce case. June fires up Computer Cop, software that collects evidence from seized suspects' computers. It's the same program the FBI uses to hunt child pornographers and racketeers. Computer Cop scours the hard drive and cache memory, searching e-mail, Web-surfing logs, even hidden and deleted files. It also checks the machine for any of 7,500 words that might suggest criminal behavior. "You can do what you want on your computer," June says seriously, "but if you're a crime suspect, technology will find what you're hiding.