Incomplete analysis and faulty conclusions regarding electronic evidence in civil litigation and criminal cases is common and too often goes unchallenged. Forensic science disciplines have affected countless criminal investigations dramatically and have provided compelling testimony in scores of trials. Too often when there is a case where computer evidence is involved, you may find that the prosecution's computer evidence is completely misleading.
How can we help you
AKATI helps identify, acquire, restore, and analyze electronic data in litigation. We start from tape restoration to hard drive imaging. Our full-time, certified forensic, discovery, and testifying experts are highly experienced in acquiring all the data evidence you need.
Computer forensic science is used most effectively when only the most probative information and details of the investigation are provided to the forensic examiner. The purpose of the computer examination is to find information related to the case. Computer forensic science makes no interpretive statement as to the accuracy, reliability, or discriminating power of the actual data or information.
In a contested legal action, AKATI uses worldwide accepted forensic methodology to sort through the vast amount of data and we provide an unbiased review of the evidence, insights into case strategies and weaknesses to ensure the true story is heard.
Vital errors are often made by the prosecution in connection with the examination and interpretation of the computer evidence, resulting in many cases either having the computer evidence thrown out in court, or the case withdrawn. Our team will examine every aspect of the case using computer evidence and attend the trials if required as an expert witness.
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