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Audio/Video Enhancement

When you have video or audio evidence for a legal case, it too commonly occurs that an attorney will just accept it as evidence without closer review. However, most cases involving audio, video or still images benefit from careful enhancement and scrutiny… <strong>Continue Reading</strong>

Video Depositions

A video deposition can be a powerful tool in court. With video, the emotional state of the speaker is more apparent. A jury can see if the speaker is hesitating or trying to conceal a lie – these subtleties are not available in the form of a transcription or written statement. Continue Reading

Personal Injury

Personal injury claims are sometimes a “he said/she said” battle of who can make a better case for what actually happened. If you have access to any type of evidence that can help you prove your case, your chances at success will be that much better. Continue Reading