Yes. Our tools provide several levels of tamper detection by looking at the container of a digital media evidence recording, as well as the audio, video and image data streams.
The success of our recovery services is dependent on file retention periods and the size of the storage device. In many cases we have recovered deleted audio and video files for litigation use.
Yes. Primeau Forensics' tools combined with our forensic training provide more accurate results. This is due to an understanding of the widely accepted scientific methodology.
Popular T.V. shows have created a false perception of forensic capabilities. However, our advanced enhancement methods can reveal license plate information when video evidence is of sufficient quality.
Yes. In most cases, a quick turnaround is no problem, as long as the evidence is in your possession, and you have an attorney available to discuss a forensic strategy.
Yes. There are various methods of delivering your audio or video evidence to us for examination. Our main audio and video forensic expert, Ed Primeau, is qualified to work on cases on local, state and federal levels, in most of the 50 states, as well as several other countries.
Yes. Ed Primeau is a qualified expert witness. However, there are travel expenses involved. So if finances are an issue, he can also testify via phone or online video.
Primeau Forensics works on both sides of the court for criminal and civil proceedings. Our ratios between the two sides vary on a monthly basis.
Primeau Forensics assists with large and small claims including personal injury, accidental death, divorce, contract disputes, medical malpractice, intellectual property disputes and many more.
Yes. Primeau Forensics frequently works with VHS, VHS-C, Mini-DV, Reel-to-Reel, Cassette, and HI-8 just to name a few.