About a week ago, I was called by Wired Magazine and interviewed about cloud storage for evidence sharing. My first thought was that cloud storage is a great technological advance and is very convenient for the courts, police, and lawyers who all need copies of audio and video forensic evidence. …Read More
Because there is more audio-video evidence being presented in the court system today than ever before, there is a need for professionals to specialize in audio video forensics. A professional who has been practicing audio and video engineering for ten or more years has the experience and expertise to understand …Read More
Audio evidence, as well as video evidence, is any recording that has been admitted and accepted into litigation and is an account of events as they occurred.
Audio evidence includes confidential informant recordings, recordings of confession by officials, telephone intercept or wiretap, voice mail, and 911 calls. The goal of the …Read More