Security Congress Abstract
Audio and video evidence are common in civil and criminal litigation in state and federal courts. Often such evidence is extracted from a computer or mobile device. All parties must at least be generally familiar with what can (and cannot) be done forensically and legally with such evidence: Authenticity analyses forensically determine if the audio or video evidence is legally trustworthy (admissible), or whether it has been tampered with in any way (inadmissible). Digital signal processing (enhancement) makes the audio more audible/intelligible, or the video clearer. Learn generally what can and cannot be done, whether you're the proponent or opponent of the evidence, and whether a case needs a consulting, rebuttal or testifying expert witness.