Today's criminals have embraced technology to aid
them in committing crimes. They use computers in cases from
homicide to petty theft, as the method for their crime or
incidentally to make their "job" easier. With each
unlawful act, they create digital evidence of their wrongdoing.
Consequently, the discovery and recovery of
digital evidence has become an essential part of successful
prosecution. Cases that rely on digital evidence can include
fraud, theft, forgery, homicide, cyberstalking, child pornography,
abduction, embezzlement and hate and harassment crimes.
Collecting and examining digital evidence
requires a trained computer forensic specialist. An untrained
investigator may overlook or mishandle evidence, which often has
been deleted, password protected, or hidden. In addition, an
untrained person will not be able to make expert conclusions in
court with regard to the evidence, and the defense counsel may
question the methods used and challenge the credentials,
qualifications and expertise of the examiner. Without the
expertise of computer forensic investigators, prosecutors risk
having the evidence thrown out.
Digital Evidence provides the expertise you need.
We can assist you in:
Creating and phrasing legally sound
affidavits and search warrants for effective discovery and
recovery of the documentary evidence
Conducting forensic computer examinations
Presenting credible, digital evidence that is
admissible in a Court of Law
Providing expert testimony
Reporting findings a way that the technical
issues, opinion, and evidence can be easily understood
Properly explaining and presenting evidence
to a jury
Producing understandable, effective graphics
to the Court.
Plus, you don't have to wait for reports from
federal computer forensic labs, which are often backlogged. We
provide timely analysis of computer media.