Sound Testimony® offers each client the option to have a Forensic Report consisting of what processes were performed on the audio and the Examiner’s findings.
You Need A Forensic Report When:
- You had a Forensic Authenticity Examination performed and the results indicate that the recording was tampered with and/or edited
- You want to submit a recording as evidence and also need a Forensic Report to be entered, indicating that the file has not been altered
- Your attorney tells you that you require a Forensic Report to submit to court or tells you to be prepared to appear in Court with a Forensic Report
Sound Testimony’s Forensic Audio Reports are thorough and comprehensive, covering all processes performed and the resulting findings.