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Assisted Viewing

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We want you to be totally confident about using our information to support your case. Digital data evidence is technically complex. It must be clearly explained in terms of its relevance and significance in civil or criminal proceedings. Investigators and defence teams need to understand the evidence in order to present it clearly and convincingly to a tribunal, disciplinary panel, jury or judge.

Assisted Viewing enables you to preview the evidence under the guidance of an experienced case analyst. We have a private, secure viewing suite using dedicated computer equipment and a large monitor available for this purpose.

The case analyst will talk you through the report and explain in simple terms what they have discovered and the implications for your case. You will quickly learn the relevance and significance of the data in supporting your case. They will also suggest the best way of presenting the material to a lay audience in court – and, in some cases, present the evidence on your behalf.

Assisted viewing can be carried out at your premises if you wish, but bear in mind the case analyst will not have access to specialist resources.