35+ years in Forensic Video Analysis
When the verdict of a case is dependent on a video recording or the system that created it, forensic video analysis will assist the court in understanding the weight and relevance of that evidence with the highest accuracy. This is due to the increased credibility that forensic video analysis adds to the recorded evidence. Our experts apply a humble, third-party, unbiased approach to a case. We pride ourselves in our ability to answer complicated questions about video evidence with a simple and accurate understanding through our video forensic services.
Video Forensic Services
Primeau Forensics’ video specialists have processed over 1,000 forensic investigations, all of which are based on scientific best practices and processed with forensic accuracy. We have also testified in over 150 cases in local, state and federal courts. In other words, they will help you decode the analysis in a meaningful way. Our forensic video specialists do this best by providing expert reports that are both easy to understand and court-friendly.
HOW CAN VIDEO FORENSICS
STRENGTHEN YOUR CASE?
Digital video recordings used as evidence are extremely important to litigation. Video recordings can be an eye-witness to crimes that assist the trier of fact in making a determination. For example, a video forensic expert can enhance a recording so that the eye-witness can testify more clearly. Our forensic video specialists offer services including video enhancement, forensic video analysis and evidence recovery.
The primary roles of video forensic services include, but are not limited to, the following:
- establishing the integrity of video evidence through authentication and video analysis of recordings
- authentication of digital images used as evidence
- performing forensic video enhancement of video recordings to improve speech quality of low-level sounds,
- and recovery of recordings that may have been damaged, deleted or erased.
WE CAN ANALYZE THESE TYPES OF VIDEO:
IN THE MEDIA
We have been engaged in several high profile forensic investigations, including U.S. v. Zimmerman, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, and Laquan McDonald. Edward Primeau has assembled and restored the Air Force One recordings from the day that JFK was assassinated with the help of researcher Bill Kelly. These recordings are now included in the National Archives in Washington, DC. In addition, Edward also performed video analysis for The Detroit Pistons v. The Indiana Pacers brawl in Detroit, MI in 2004.