Siri, how much trouble am I in? (Via Alachua County Sheriff's Office)
Updated: It was found during trial that Bravo did not conduct that search on his own phone, but instead it was a screen grab in his photo album and does not prove he conducted the search himself, or that the information was sought to help him with a murder. Additionally, Bravo was using an iPhone 4 at the time, and Siri was not introduced to the iPhone until the following 4s model. His phone does, however, disprove the alibi that Bravo used in his testimony, and the flashlight records will still be used as evidence.
[Originally] In September of 2012, Pedro Bravo was charged with the murder of his friend and roommate. They got into a fight after roommate Christian Aguilar began dating Bravo's ex-girlfriend, and Bravo responded to this betrayal by kidnapping and then strangling Aguilar.
But then Bravo found himself in a bit of a quandary: what to do with the body. Yes, Pedro Bravo was from Florida, and as such should have had many examples on the news of hidden dead bodies. The problem with that is the news only covers the bodies that are found, and Bravo certainly was looking for the place where bodies aren't found. He decided to ask for help from the smartest person he knew, Apple's artificial intelligence program and nerd's best friend: Siri.