Criminal Defence & Civil Litigation Support
With the use of digital media increasing daily, the use of digital forensics is paramount in an increasing number of both high and low profile criminal and civil Litigation cases. IntaForensics are trusted experts to legal practices throughout the UK, and can assist with your Digital Forensic requirements, providing thorough analysis of digital media in order to produce legal evidence of a crime/unauthorised action or to assist in civil litigation.
How can IntaForensics help?
IntaForensics are an ISO/IEC 17025:2015 Accredited Laboratory and work with Criminal Defence and Litigation solicitors daily, examining a number of different digital media including computers, laptops, mobile phones, tablets, satellite navigation systems, cameras, call data records and more. IntaForensics can assist with on-site digital evidence collection, Data analysis and keyword discovery amongst other analytical specialist activity.
For legally aided cases, our fees are widely accepted and in line with LAA rates. Our case proposal document provides you with all of the details required to support any application for Prior Authority, including a full breakdown of costs, simplifying the application process allowing you to concentrate on your client.
We can assist in a variety of Criminal and Litigation cases, including:
- Theft & Fraud
- Sexual Offences
- Drug Related Offences
- Indecent Images (IIOC)
- Insolvency & Bankruptcy
- IP Theft
- M&A Due Dilligence
IntaForensics produce clear and concise reports with every full forensic analysis, to assist in any court proceedings. With the vast level of experience of our analysts, IntaForensics can ensure full support in court, as fully qualified expert witnesses providing both evidence of opinion as well as evidence of fact.
All IntaForensics analysts are Computer and Mobile Device Experts, registered and vetted by the major online Expert Witness registers:
- Expert Witness
- UK Register of Expert Witnesses
- Sweet & Maxwell Register of Experts
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