What Computerlegalexperts.com does for our clients is...
Provide services as a Computer Forensics Expert Witness Services including, Media Acquisition, Examination and Analysis, Reporting and Expert Testimony Services, by utilizing and leveraging the latest and similar hardware and software tools in use by various United States Government agencies.
Our objective is to provide superior computer forensics expert witness services, as an added-value element to the client’s matter, to act objectively, with diligence and resolve and by making a diligent effort to deliver a quality computer forensic product for pre-trial and trial purposes. If a matter does go to court, the computer forensics findings is prepared in a professional manner, for pre-trial hearings or trial.
We can can support attorneys by aiding in the drafting of pleadings, motions and orders, in the capacity of a computer forensics expert to expedite the processes necessary to conduct the computer forensics discovery.
Whether is it is a criminal or civil matter, by choosing us as your computer forensics expert solution provider, we have the ability to obtain answers.
We are a dedicated computer forensics expert witness organization, which provides factual data for litigation purposes. Our Computer Forensics Expert’s approach, utilizes recognized processes and procedures, also used by government entities and utilizes hardware that has in accordance with the Federal Rules of Evidence (FRE). One expert on staff, has in excess of 20 years of experience, on the Federal and state level, respectively and has appeared in matters such as criminal, civil, UCMJ, administrative and regulatory matters. We also have the ability to work under the Criminal Justice Act (CJA) and state laws regarding indigent parties, through their public defender office. Also, our rates our competitive, in nature. The average computer forensics expert industry rates, for such services, can be found here.
Computer Forensics Expert Witness Services for Our Clients.
The objective of ANY computer forensics detail requires diligence. When preparing to perform an examination or testifying in court, the effort required, can be Herculean. We charge a fair hourly rate and have high-end tools to perform and share our fact finding, with you and your legal counsel. I myself am court qualified and a seasoned professional, who has extensive computer forensics experience working with the courts and with various government agencies. Read my “Top Ten Reasons,” for retaining a computer forensics expert witness.
What types of computer forensics matters does Computerlegalexperts.com handle?
Criminal Charges - Child Pornography, Sexting, Text Messaging, Cellular Telephone, Fraud, and Taxation. I work either on a retainer or Criminal Justice Act / Public Defender basis.
Civil Litigation - Human Resources Issues, Computer Abuse, Divorce, Child Custody, Spousal Assets, Text Messaging, Employer Liability, Sexual Harassment, "Captcha" Routines, Electronic Discovery, Bankruptcy, Stock and Bond Securities, Unsolicited Commercial Email / SPAM, Wrongful Termination, Workplace Misconduct and Unemployment Insurance Compensation issues.
Computerlegalexperts uses a five phase computer forensics approach, by offering real solutions to difficult matters. Experience shows that a viable and well organized “Action Plan” and utilizing a repeatable process, yields continual constructive results. The five phases of computer forensic performance in legal and administrative matters, involving computers is: Assessment, Acquisition, Examination, Analysis and Reporting.
Computerlegalexperts also utilizes peer-reviewed software and leverages these tools, to find the factual answers.
Civil matters include but are not limited to: human resources issues, computer abuse, divorce, child custody, bankruptcy, accounting, decryption of encrypted files and passwords, contracts, systems engineering, data recovery, theft of services, Internet and e-mail or spam litigation.
Criminal matters include computer related crime such as contraband images (child pornography), Adam Walsh Act issues, peer-to-peer (Limewire, E-Donkey, Bit-Torrent, etc.), “Dark Web,” NIT, wire fraud, spam, UCMJ and CJA matters. The area of computer forensics can include issues such as homicide, trespass, stalking and alleged tax evasion.