|Faculty:||Keith Jones, Ryan Lerminiaux|
|Production Date:||September 28 2011|
In the Casey Anthony murder trial, Computer forensics expert John Bradley testified that he had discovered that someone had used Google on the Anthony family’s computer to conduct a search of the word “chloroform” and the phrase "how to make chloroform." Effectively using computer forensics experts, such as Mr. Bradley, can be essential to the outcome of a case. In this interview program with attorney Kyle Robinson, computer experts Keith Jones and Ryan Lerminiaux discuss how computer forensic experts gather evidence and how they can be prepared to testify at trial. They explain the simple yet effective ways to best communicate their expertise and knowledge, how to empower the jury, and what to do to have a great presence on the stand. After watching this CLE, you will understand whether or not you need a computer forensics expert at your next trial, and how to best prepare him or her to testify on your client's behalf.
I. Areas to Cover with Your Expert
II. Pre-Trial Preparation
III. Empower the Jury
IV. Presence on the Stand
V. Focus on Computer Forensics and the Casey Anthony Trial
Keith (Long Island City, NY)
Great job by the experts!
James (Spring Lake, NJ)
interesting topic and well presented for attorneys without extensive computer backgrounds
William (Chicago, IL)