Expert Testimony

Our digital forensics experts can testify in court or report on another expert’s work!

Forensics Expert Witness TestimonyIn addition to an expert opinion report, we can arrange expert witness testimony to help the court understand complex technical processes related to the digital evidence in your case. We can present our digital forensic analysis as an impartial expert witness, using clear explanations and visual representations when necessary.

Restoring Data can make its analysts available to testify in cases they have worked on previously, or to re-examine another expert’s opinion. By examining another expert’s work, we may identify issues with their practices and procedures. That can then call into question the validity of their conclusions.

Even though most cases do not require an expert witness, it is normally the most important element of a forensics analysis for those that do need to engage one. Our analysts keep notes for every case, which allows them to recall details years after they finish the work, if necessary. This prudence greatly increases the likelihood that our expertise will carry heavy weight.

We can also appear to provide expert witness testimony even if the evidence was not prepared by us. Appointing an additional expert witness may further assist the court’s understanding of data recovery and digital forensic procedures, processes, and techniques. Our expert witness testimony is bound by ethical duties and court rules which ensure our impartiality even though we are often paid for by one party. By adhering to these values, you can be confident that the courts will accept our expert witness testimony per your court’s rules.


Forensics Expert Witness Testimony

Who We Help

Digital forensics can be useful in a wide array of circumstances. Contact us today to find out more about how our experts can assist with your case.

If your case is going to trial, it may be necessary for the court to hear from a third-party expert witness. Your lawyer cannot be the one to help the court understand the technical knowledge required to properly analyse digital evidence. At trial, expert witnesses help the judge or jury understand the processes, procedures, and results of extracting and analysing digital forensic evidence.

Whether the evidence was analysed by us, or another expert hired by you or the opposing party, we can make one of our digital forensic analysts available as an expert witness in your case.

If your business’s case is going to trial, it may be very helpful for the court to hear from a third-party expert witness. Your lawyer cannot be the one to help the court understand the technical knowledge required to properly analyse digital evidence. At trial, our expert witness testimony can help judge or jury understand the processes, procedures, and results of extracting and analysing digital forensic evidence. Having an expert witness available for cross-examination can help all parties form a better appreciation and understanding for the technical processes that should be followed in digital forensics.

Whether the evidence was analysed by us, your staff, or another expert hired by you or the opposing party, we can make one of our digital forensic analysts available as an expert witness in your case.

Cases are increasingly making use of evidence from digital sources. By engaging a forensic analyst as an expert witness, we can help all parties form a full understanding of the current best-practices in place for collecting and presenting digital evidence.

When we have been hired by you or your client to provide a comprehensive forensic analysis, it may be necessary at your request or the request of opposing counsel, to attend the trial, explain our findings, and allow cross-examination. Our analysts are ready to provide a full explanation of their findings in court and undergo cross-examination.

If the opposing party has obtained an expert opinion, we can be hired to examine that report to ensure the proper procedures were followed, and then report our opinion of what that expert may have missed. This may help you argue that the opposing opinion should not be given full weight, or dismissed completely.

Contact us to discuss the what your case may need from a digital forensics expert witness.

If your or your client’s case is going to trial, it may be very helpful for the court to hear from a third-party expert witness. We can help the court understand the processes and procedures used in your collection of digital evidence.

When we have been hired by you or your client to provide a comprehensive forensic analysis, it may be necessary to have us attend the trial, explain our findings, and allow cross-examination. Our analysts are ready to provide a full explanation of their findings in court and undergo cross-examination.

Contact us to discuss the what your investigation may need from a digital forensics expert witness.

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