Rapid interactive 3D development is now available for creating interactive exhibits. Injury mapping and 3D crime scenes can now be presented in engaging interactive 3D environments. This allows you to guide the jury through the scene during the trial, increase information retention and ensure your case is truly understood. Contact us for a fast quotation. Available for both prosecution and legal aid work.
BR Consult have extensive experience in archiving video and audio footage to National Archives format requirements. We can also perform dual-pass processing to provide multiple formats within one capture to your precise requirements.
We can also take care of:
- Quality assurance
- Media restoration
- Audio/video enhancement
- Digital asset management
- Pre and post media processing
Our range of equipment covers virtually any format and we have the capability to manage even the largest archive of digital media. We have an highly experienced team with extensive experience across government, law enforcement, regulatory and commercial industry sectors.
There is a need for fast call out digital forensic imaging and often this comes with grossly inflated prices and the difficulty of finding any experts available – more so if the task is less generalised.
At BR Consult, we can provide highly qualified specialist computer forensic experts at a moments notice, because we work with a network of experts covering each specific discipline, meaning we don’t have to charge the premium cost of similar digital forensics services.
You will experience the highest quality service, accurate reports and detailed next step advice should you choose to engage with us. We cover all areas including mobile phones, desktop, laptop and seervers anywhere in the world. We have completed cases with public and private sector clients.
If you have any questions or queries, please feel free to contact us and we will discuss your forensics imaging project or computer forensics service with you to ensure you get the best possible outcome.
Mapping is a key component in many trials, but is only effective if done correctly.
From source data to location of sites and resolution issues for print to redaction – creating the right map for court is a tricky task. Serious consideration needs to be made if scenarios are to be explained effectively.
So how do we go about this?
Firstly it is important to break down the locations from the outset, so an overview map is of particular interest. Outline key areas and sites, remove all areas of no relevance, focusing the mind of the viewer on only what is essential and key to your argument.
Secondly, provide more focused maps of each key area. Increase the level of detail of important elements such as site locations, positions and access routes. Ensure as much detail is present but avoid cluttering and employ colour coding (when needed) to help define items and continuity.
Thirdly, provide highly detailed mapping around the specific incident and support this with media such as video, audio, infographics and timelines.
By using this three-pronged approach, the viewer is able to understand:
- The overall location of where the event took place
- Key elements directly relevant in the local vicinity
- Detailed location information focusing on the event site itself
If you require mapping and interactive graphics for court (coroner, arbitration, defence or prosecution) please contact us on 0845 833 2995 or email on: firstname.lastname@example.org