More often than not, audio and video evidence is not clear enough to accurately hear and view the events as they occurred. This is where an audio and video forensic expert can help. By enhancing the evidence, the forensic expert can help the court better see and hear the original events as they occurred.
With today’s advanced audio and video editing software being readily available, it is becoming easier and easier to edit or tamper with forensic evidence. Establishing the authenticity of audio or video is extremely important when presenting admissible evidence to the court. Primeau Forensic’s examiners continue their education yearly in both audio and video forensics.
A forensic transcript is prepared by an Audio Forensic Expert using critical listening skills. When the enhanced audio recording is played in court, the forensic transcript can be followed so members of the courtroom can better understand what is being said.