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Updated Standards and Best Practice Guides in IRIS Digital Evidence Toolbox

When digital evidence is encountered during an investigation, many questions arise: What is the best method to preserve the evidence? How should the evidence be handled? How should valuable or potentially relevant data contained be preserved? The key to answering these questions begins with a firm understanding of the characteristics of digital evidence. Updated standards can be found in our Digital Evidence Toolbox at http://www.irisinvestigations.com/iris-digital-evidence-toolbox/

2019-09-19T16:11:54-04:00July 25th, 2018|Categories: Cell Phone Forensics, Computer Forensics, Crime Scene Examination, Investigations, Standards-Best Practices|Comments Off on Updated Standards and Best Practice Guides in IRIS Digital Evidence Toolbox

Michael Skakel Wins At Connecticut Supreme Court, Conviction Vacated

The duty of the defense is to independently investigate and interview alibi witnesses is fundamental, but not always a given.  It takes a professional energetic and sometimes tenacious investigation by the defense team to be effective.  In our investigation we found that locating the alibi witness was routine procedure that should have been done, but was not. READ THE FULL HARTFORD COURANT ARTICLE HERE

2019-06-28T18:12:16-04:00May 4th, 2018|Categories: Crime Scene Examination, Investigations|Comments Off on Michael Skakel Wins At Connecticut Supreme Court, Conviction Vacated