CCL-Forensics at Criminal Law Conference

CCL-Forensics is pleased to be involved in the annual Law Society Criminal Law Conference this week.

Our Forensics Manager, Mark Larson, will take to the stage to discuss how digital evidence can prove crucial in criminal cases.

It’s happening at Chancery lane in London on Friday, and further details can be found at http://services.lawsociety.org.uk/events/node/54465.

We’ll be presenting alongside our counterparts at Manlove Forensics (http://www.manloveforensics.co.uk/), who will be concentrating on blood pattern analysis, body fluids and DNA profiling.

It’ll be a chance to give criminal law solicitors and others who have an interest in the criminal justice system, the opportunity to see how established, well accredited forensic expert witness companies can enhance criminal cases.

If you are attending this event, please stop by and say hello.  We’ll be handing out our famous stress-toy judges on the day, so don’t miss out!

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Continue your professional development with us

There are many ways to grab a few CPD points here and there if you’re a criminal defence lawyer, but all of them take time out of your busy day, and some of them are little more than a box-ticking exercise.

Here at CCL-Forensics we like to spread a little love by offering our own CPD course – free of charge*. You can choose from a one, two, or three-hour course and we’ll come to your premises at a time and date to suit you.

The course aims to improve delegates’ understanding of digital evidence: including things you may not have considered, and a look at what it is possible to extract and use to build a case. Building a full picture of your client’s activities is vital if he or she is to receive a fair trial, and making use of all the evidence available is a key part of that.

It’s a very popular course, and we consistently receive feedback from people who are genuinely surprised at how much they learn. Delegates take information from the course and put it into practice when building defence cases which involve digital evidence.

Take a look at the agenda:

  • Introduction to digital forensics
  • How people communicate electronically
  • What information can be recovered and from where
    • Social media evidence
    • Smart phones and computers
    • Chat and messenger services
    • Real life examples (e.g. the recent riots)
    • Deleted data
  • Indecent images
    • Brief overview of the law
    • Extracting deleted files and internet history
    • Showing intent
  • 20 unlikely places you may find defence evidence
  • Cell site analysis
    • Using phone mast data to analyse your client’s movements
    • How precise can it be?
    • Understanding and challenging the prosecution evidence

Give us a call on 01789 261200 or email info@ccl-forensics.com and find out how we can help you to make the best of the evidence available to you.

*Subject to a minimum number of attendees.

Welcome!

CCL-Forensics is a one-stop-shop for digital investigations. We provide computer forensics, mobile phone forensics and CCTV and cell site analysis services for law enforcement, legal services, the public sector and private corporations.

With this blog, we aim to tell you a little more about what we do and how we do it. So please keep an eye on what we’re up to, and feel free to join in on the comments section.

Find out more about us on our main website: www.ccl-forensics.com.