CyberTruth provides Electronic Discovery services to recover or discover, gather, and interpret electronically stored information (ESI) during the legal process to use as evidence in your civil or criminal case.
ESI has become a legally defined phrase by the U.S. government in the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (Rule 34(a)(1)), for the purposes that procedures for maintenance and discovery for ESI is necessary. The rule enables a party in a civil lawsuit to request another party to produce and permit you or your lawyer to inspect, copy, test, or sample the following items in the responding party’s possession, custody, or control:
“any designated documents or electronically stored information—including writings, drawings, graphs, charts, photographs, sound recordings, images, and other data or data compilations—stored in any medium from which information can be obtained either directly or, if necessary, after translation by the responding party into a reasonably usable form…Rule 34(a)(1) is intended to be broad enough to cover all current types of computer-based information, and flexible enough to encompass future changes and developments.”
CyberTruth’s forensic analysts apply their skill and special technologies to locate the most relevant evidence to support your case. Our computer forensic services and experts produce results that will be easily understood by a judge or jury and are defensible in court.