A forensic report is an easy to read document that explains the observations, opinions and conclusions of an expert witness on the completion of a forensic investigation. Forensic reports are very detailed and include dates, times, file names, software programs used and protocols followed.
A forensic report should include information about the investigation request made by the client attorney. The training the forensic expert received in that area of science. The experience that expert has that qualifies them to perform forensic analysis on the evidence.
The report also includes all scientific tests performed so any other qualified expert can observe, follow and arrive at the same conclusions.
The conclusion should be easy to understand and rock solid.