Expert Witness

All our work, whatever the size and goal, is performed to the same evidential rigour and standards required by the criminal courts in the UK. 

We prepare full evidential packages for you and if required, for disclosure to your Board, Regulators or the Authorities. Some of our work results in a requirement to attend at court to present this expert evidence – all our senior forensic investigators have extensive experience of giving expert experience at court.

“All our senior forensic consultants have been independently verified by Thomson Reuters and listed in the Sweet and Maxwell directory of expert witnesses as digital forensic experts http://www.legalhub.co.uk/legalhub/app/main

 S&M

If you would like further information about our expert witness service to support your case, talk to a senior investigator today. Please call +44(0) 870 600 1667 or get in touch by email

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