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Chain of Custody: An Interview with HAYSTACKID CTO Jeff Stevens – Pt. 2

In the first segment of this three-part series, Chief Technology Officer Jefferey Stevens explained some of the chain of custody basics, as well as the way it has evolved over the past two decades. 1,156 more words

Forensics

Whodunit? We May Never Know.

Once upon a time, forensic scientists believed that they could determine who killed someone by the last image left on the victim’s retina. Nowadays we understand why this is ridiculous, but at the time people believed that the human eye worked like a camera, with the retina acting like film, and that the last thing a person saw before their death would be retrievable by removing the eyes and examining the retina. 203 more words

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Chain of Custody: An Interview with HAYSTACKID CTO Jeff Stevens – Pt. 1

The chain of custody has long been a sacred element of litigation. In this age of mass digitization, though, suffice it to say that each stage of the chain – and even the creation of evidence – is a bit different today than in the past. 1,206 more words

Forensics

What You Talkin' Bout, Judges?

Malyssa and Kirt are doing their best to interpret what judges really mean when they use language that is difficult to understand.

Forensics Faces is recorded and edited in Sheboygan, WI. 61 more words

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Introduction to forensics & Lab 01

Computer Forensics Definition

“A methodical series of techniques and procedures for gathering evidence,from computing equipment and various storage devices and digital media,that can be presented in a court of law a coherent and meaningful format ”                                                                                                                                                                                           … 81 more words

Security

The pathology and forensic test results are beginning to be released by investigators.

Here is what the family has been told so far:

Lynn has really been gone the entire time and her body has been exposed to the elements the entire time. 256 more words

Lynn Messer

The Transition

During a break on Tuesday, I mentioned to an Erasmus student from Germany how brilliant Budapest is when Spring really hits. I told her, “There will be one day where the temperature jumps and the parks fill with people – that is the day where everything starts.”. 848 more words

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