Over the years, we’ve seen countless mistakes made by attorney’s in court in regards to their recorded video and audio evidence, so we’ve created a free class to help attorneys, law enforcement, and private investigators avoid making those mistakes with digital media evidence. The truth is that most lawyers either work in courtroom environments with outdated playback equipment and tight budgets that don’t allow proper media presentation of their digital media evidence, or they are simply unaware of the analytical and technological tools available today allowing video and audio digital enhancement and analysis. Digital media surveillance use is growing exponentially and the people who will handle this type of evidence and prepare cases for court need to learn how to manage, prepare and utilize this digital forensic evidence at trial. The video and audio experts at NCAVF can help you find, enhance, analyze, and prepare your digital media evidence for court, and we can testify about our work during trial.