Deleted With a Trace — How Estranged Husband Implicated Himself In a Break-in

An estranged husband thought he could sneak into his wife's home, steal jewelry, and erase the surveillance recording which captured his adventure. NCAVF uncovered the surveillance log that thwarted his plan.


Unprecedented Synchronization of 400 Videos Leads to Deadlocked Jury and Case Dismissal

As defense attorneys gathered hundreds of video recordings, NCAVF synchronized, analyzed, and clarified them into a one hour, 50 minute video.


Antiquated Courtroom Playback Degrades Resolution of Your Evidence

How the courtroom could accidentally alter and degrade your evidence. We just experienced this in court.


Attorney testimonials like this make us grateful that even as we grow we continue providing first class service.

I am comforted that we are continuing to provide excellent service even as we grow. Thank you for your continued support.


Video Evidence Deemed Questionable by NCAVF Testimony Caused DA to Drop Charges

Video evidence used against our client was highly questionable, and once NCAVF testified about the concern, the DA dropped charges.


Can Police Officers Force You to Unlock Your Phone?

Judge rules that just like police cannot force you to unlock your phone using a passcode, so too they cannot force the use of any other unlock method such as your finger, iris, or face.


Speaking at CLE by the Sea 2019 to sole proprietorship and small business attorneys

Law firms can be as small as one person and as large as many thousands of employees. This conference focused on the small business, and I was proud to be a part of it.


Set the Truth Free. New forensic tools can break the code.

Inside your locked computer or cellphone evidence is a treasure trove of location data that may be able to be hacked and tapped into.