Remote Forensic Collection Services By Lawyers for Lawyers
We are attorneys certified in digital forensics services. With our Remote Collection Unit we remotely collect your digital evidence wherever UPS or Federal Express ships.
- Keep your device! We collect evidence remotely.
- Fully defensible collection.
- Flat Fee Services. No travel or hourly rate expenses.
- We collect from smartphones, tablets, and computers.
Once the smartphone (e.g. iPhone or android) and/or computer (PC or Mac) is plugged into the unit, we remote control the unit over the Internet.
Our Digital Forensic Services are Fully Defensible in Court
Our equipment, and collection and preservation procedures ensure that your forensic evidence is fully defensible. This ensures that your forensic evidence remains admissible. For example, all digital evidence is retained on an encrypted storage device inside our remote collection unit so it is safe and secure. Additionally, no one can access or control the unit – there is no screen, keyboard, or mouse. Finally, we can also provide you with declarations or expert witness testimony as needed.
Remote Forensic Collection Services: How it works
First, we will send you, or your client, an encrypted hard drive. Next, we perform the defensible evidence collection remotely. Then you or your client simply return the Remote Collection Unit to us using the prepaid shipping label and box. Upon completion, we can provide you with an Evidence Report so you can quickly review for responsive evidence.
We Collect Evidence from Most Devices & Accounts
Considering the wide variety of electronic devices and accounts available, we can provide you with digital evidence from almost all types of desktops, laptops, and computer applications. Here is a list of the most common types:
- Text Files: MS Word, PDFs, WordPerfect, Rich text, etc.
- Spreadsheet Files: Numbers, Excel, and others.
- Database Files: SQL, MS Access, FileMaker, etc
- And many more!
We Collect all Electronically Stored Information
Similar to the breadth of device types, there is equally high variety in types of data and formats. Through forensic evidence collection of your cell phone, computer, or other electronic device, we uncover all Electronically Stored Information (ESI), including hidden and deleted data. Commonly used evidence types include:
- Text Messages
- Email Messages
- Computer Metadata
- Phone Metadata
- Photos & Images
- Phone Call Logs
- Word, Excel, PDF files
- Google Docs & Sheets
- GPS & Location
- Computer Internet Search History
- Phone Internet History
- Computer Web Bookmarks
- Phone Bookmarks
- Computer Log Files
Legal review is easy with our Legal Review Platforms
After the forensic collection, we provide you with Desktop Evidence Reports, or In-House Document Review Software for document review purposes. Our forensic lawyers can help you decide on the best solution for your size of case and other needs.
Our Legal Review Platforms categorize digital evidence in two ways to help you locate the data you need quickly. For example, if you already know of a specific document or communication, then you can review the forensic collection based upon data type. Data types may include text messages, emails, or Word files, etc. Additionally, to do a broader search, you can search all data types based upon certain search terms that are relevant for the issues in your case. Examples of search terms include particular events, dates, people names, or topics.
- Faster and less expensive electronic review.
- Encrypted storage maintains your data integrity.
- Recovery of deleted data available.
Digital Evidence for your Case
Our computer forensics lawyers will assist you with strategies for how to use the forensic evidence effectively. Based on your type of case, you will have a different focus for your specific issues. For example:
Employment Law to prove or disprove allegations of sexual harassment, racial discrimination, or wrongful termination.
Family Law cases to negotiate property division, spousal support, custody arrangements, or identify hidden asset and accounts when there has been financial infidelity.
Intellectual Property cases with copyright disputes.
Business Litigation for contract disputes, business valuation concerns, and more.
Criminal Law for defense or prosecution
Probate Administration where there is a will contest, or need to identify assets for probate.