Providing digital forensic and expert witness services for more than fifteen years.
Whether responding to an investigatory matter, forensic discovery demand, or information security incident, David J. Peck and Associates forensic and criminal experts have extensive experience providing litigation support to help clients win cases and mitigate losses.
Depending on your specific need, we can author declarations, affidavits, and any expert reporting necessary to support your case with a customized report on the evidence collected and key findings of the investigation. Independent assessments of compliance with consent decrees, agreements, court orders, contractual obligations, and other requirements can be provided additionally.
We can also serve as expert witnesses on almost any topic relating to computer crime and digital evidence collection, including:
- Expert testimony on the forensic validity of data collections performed by our own team of data collection and forensic experts
- Expert testimony on the reliability of collection practices utilized by others including law enforcement
- Expert reporting on our own findings and forensic analysis
Our experts have extensive expert testimony experience in presenting findings to judges, juries, and arbitrators. Our experts can provide evidence of experience and qualifications in an up-to-date Curriculum Vita, listing cases in which they have provided testimony.
We regularly provide consultation and court-recognized expert testimony in the following areas:
- Computer crime
- Local Area Networks
- Wide Area Networks forensics and data recovery
- Mobile phones
- Technical document review
- Electronic surveillance
- Radio frequency
Child Sexual Exploitation
- Child Pornography
- Child erotica
- Use of computers in child exploitation
- Search and seizure
- Victim acquisition
- Behavior of preferential and situational offenders
Note: As we work closely with law enforcement and prosecutors, we limit our review of cases for criminal defense attorneys. We will review cases to determine if, in our evaluation of the evidence, there is reasonable doubt about the guilt of a defendant. We do not provide "technicality" or other defenses. We do recognize that innocent parties are wrongly charged on occasion. Mr. Peck has previously conducted an examination of a computer in a child pornography prosecution wherein he determined it was likely that the defendant used a "community computer;" the charges were dismissed. In the interest of Justice, we do not exclude criminal defense work, only limit it to what we believe to be wrongly charged individuals or instances where there is clear reasonable doubt.