Thank you to everyone who participated!
The Division of Public Defender Services Investigation Division:
FROM COLLECTION TO THE COURTROOM: DIGITAL EVIDENCE
A Standardized Method for Investigators and Attorneys
Thursday, June 6, 2019 – Middlesex Community College
This seminar presented a standardized digital evidence methodology from collection through trial for both Investigators and Attorneys, integrating knowledge from previous digital evidence training into a practical approach – from early case assessment through collection as well as evaluation of digital evidence presented by law enforcement.
This standardized Digital Evidence Case Assessment Method (DECAM) consists of work flow guides, customized, printable check lists, forms, templates, requests, motions and more all on disc, and supported by the latest online resources, standards, and industry related information. DECAM provides the knowledge, skills and resources to assess, triage, investigate and preserve digital evidence in accordance with the best practices and industry standards.
Mike Udvardy of I.R.I.S. LLC, is a Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator and founder of the Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative
Jim Oulundsen of eLab, and co-founder of the Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative, is a Certified Digital Forensic Examiner, EnCase Certified Examiner, Cellebrite Certified: CCLO, CCPA, CASA, CCME
William H. Paetzold, Esq. is the founder and partner at Moriarty, Paetzold & Sherwood and co-founder of the Digital Evidence Innocence Initiative and provides strategic legal consultation to the defense community regarding the effective use of digital evidence in pre-trial cases and post conviction review.
Announcing the first and only organization in the nation dedicated to preventing and overturning wrongful convictions in cases involving digital evidence.