Join AEquitas, in partnership with the Denver District Attorney’s Office, for a two-part webinar that will explore the scope of data available from sources of digital evidence and strategies on how such data can effectively be identified and preserved with forensically sound practices. Presenters will discuss theories of admission, rules of evidence, and “real life” examples to demonstrate how to properly obtain, search, authenticate, and introduce digital evidence in court proceedings.
Part II of the series will discuss how legally obtained data can be analyzed, depending on the type of data in question. Presenters will also discuss strategies for effectively presenting data at trial.
Presented by Cathee Hansen, Deputy District Attorney, Digital Evidence Specialist, Denver District Attorney’s Office; Chris Gray, Crime Analyst, Denver District Attorney’s Office; and Adam Bechtold, Senior Criminal Investigator, Denver District Attorney’s Office, Human Trafficking Unit