Description

Digital evidence is now a major part of most investigations, ranging from distracted driving accidents to murder. This digital evidence can take many forms, from cellular
records to Social Media profiles to cloud data to forensics on IoT devices. In this 3-hour event, the attendee will be instructed on how to prepare a proper search, writing an accurate forensic report, and testifying to the data in the courtroom. Specifically, this webinar will cover the following topics:

Search Warrant Preparation:
Cellular Records
AT&T, T-Mobile (Sprint), and Verizon
VOIP and Application providers
Cloud Data
Apple, Google, and Amazon clouds
Social Media
Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat
Electronic devices
Smartphones
Computers
Routers
IoT devices such as doorbells, security cameras and more

Creating a Forensic Report:
Writing the report properly
Using proper terminology
Explaining highly technical data
How to include examples
(Mappings, converting times, showing data)
Explaining discrepancies
Comparing items
(Cell records to cell forensics, victims records to suspects records)

Testifying in court:
Testifying about training and experience
How to overcome objections to testifying as an expert

How to admit evidence:
Cellular Forensic evidence
Cellular records evidence
Cellular mapping evidence
Computer Forensic evidence
Cloud Evidence
Explaining the data to a jury so they understand the evidence.

All attendees will be given copies of forensic reports for cell records, cell mappings, cell forensics, cloud data and computer forensics, as well as search warrant language
examples.

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