Today’s legal cases will invariably involve electronically stored information (ESI) and it is prudent to address this area at the commencement of any litigation.
Our team has assisted attorneys with a wide variety of cases, and our experience will help locate relevant data and metadata to support your particular case.
Digital evidence is relevant to almost any kind of court case. A proper outcome may hinge on call logs, text messages, GPS information, or recorded audio or video. Our forensic examiners can even recover deleted texts and files that may prove relevant.
When digital evidence is sought in discovery, you need an expert to extract it, document it and preserve it in a professional manner that maintains chain of custody and makes the data available for use in court. We can do that.
Video can provide powerful evidence, but it must be authenticated to determine when, where and how it was recorded. Video often needs to be forensically enhanced to increase contrast, zoom in on specific details or compare features of people or objects to other images for identification purposes.
Like video, recorded audio must be authenticated to determine when, where and how it was recorded if it is to be used as evidence. Audio often needs to be forensically enhanced to decrease background noise, identify the number of people involved in a conversation, or slow down playback speed to clarify circumstances.
Because our team has years of experience working with Electronically Stored Information for every kind of criminal and civil case, we can help you create a proper strategy for identifying, obtaining and presenting digital evidence to support your case objectives.
Legal Evidence Corporation is the nation’s leading provider of technical and advisory services related to ESI. We work with clients who include business executives, attorneys, and other professionals involved in litigation where electronically stored information is an integral component of their case.
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