To make a long story short, the CEO in my firm was fired but she did not change her status at LinkedIn about being employed at my firm. I sent her several mail that remained unanswered. So after 9 month I requested a new password (as the LinkedIn account was connected to her previous work e-mail that belongs to my firm) and changed the employment status. That is all I did, and immediately after that I did send her a e-mail explaining what I have done and the new password.
She was not happy about this and made a police complaint with resulted in that I have been prosecuted for hacking somebody elses account.(criminal charge) The whole cases is a big joke. I have of pledged guilty as I have nothing to hide and have explained the reason why I did it (and not used any VPN etc to cover tracks).
However, now the prosecutor is charging me on two accounts of hacking. According to the IP log they have received from LinkedIn there are two logs from same IP address (mine) with 9 minutes time difference. I have NOT entered that site twice and therefore have not pledged for the second entry log.
How can I prove my innocence? can it be for example that it registers multiple logs when you switch between programs on computer, or if you remain inactive for a while (for example phone call) and then continue etc..
Any assistance is highly appreciated..