virginia computer forensics
This is the type of case that we typically see at AVM Technology, LLC. An employee leaves his/her employer to start a competing company. Usually in these situations, the employee may take other employees as well as confidential and/or proprietary information about the former employer’s services projects, and clients.
United States District Court, E.D. Virginia, Norfolk Division. CARGILL, INC., Plaintiff, v. C & P TOWING CO., INC., and Northeast Towing, Inc., in personam, and TUG RANDY D., her engines, boilers, etc., in rem, Defendants. Civ. A. No. 89-378-N. Aug. 16, 1990. Guilford D. Ware/y/JamesL. Chapman, IV, Crenshaw, Ware &
United States District Court, E.D. Virginia, Richmond Division. TRIGON INSURANCE COMPANY (Formerly Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Virginia), Plaintiff, v. UNITED STATES of America, Defendant. Civ. No. 3:00CV365. Nov. 9, 2001. This case highlights one of the issues that we encounter as computer forensics experts in Virginia. Some individuals
In this case, a forensic digital evidence scientist at the Department of Forensic Science, a computer forensics expert in Richmond, Virginia, examined the computer. First she removed the five hard drives in the computer and made an image or copy of the hard drives. She then examined the copy of the
Virginia Code Code s 18.2-374.1:1 prohibits the knowing possession of child pornography. In this case, the defendant was convicted after the Court accepted the testimony of a police officer who was admitted at trial as an expert in computer forensics. The Virginia police computer forensics expert conducted an examination of