Create Your Own Video Evidence and Help Solve Crimes

Under normal circumstances, the police are responsible for finding video evidence, or any evidence for that matter, of a crime. The police will then process and analyze the video evidence to solve the crime and prove their case.

Teaching an MCLE tomorrow in Fullerton area

We're looking forward to teaching attorneys about the newest techniques in video, audio, and still image forensics. All examples and material taken from our actual cases.

Why Snapchats Aren’t as Snappy As They Say

Photo evidence can often come from some very unexpected sources. Snapchat is still a highly popular app right now, especially among teens and preteens. If you are not a teen or preteen, you may need some explaining.

What Should Your Image and Video Forensics Expert Know?

Suppose you have a case that has quite a bit of video evidence or still image evidence. You know it needs to be looked through.

Can You Spot All the Fakes? Images, That Is

Not sure whether a key image or video in your case is faked or original? Photoshopped images and video have become a big problem, as editing programs get more sophisticated and easier to use.

Judge’s Shocking Ruling on Hidden Audio Surveillance

The NCAVF article titled “FBI Plants Audio Surveillance Outside Courthouse“ was originally posted on 05/12/2016.

Can You Use a Selfie to Find Out a Kid’s Age?

Did you know you can accurately guess the age of a child from the diameter of their pupils?