Forensic Audio Specialist | Legal Audio Expert

We employ a two step process when beginning a forensic investigation. The first step is a preliminary analysis which includes receiving your audio recording and reviewing it forensically by one of our legal audio experts. We want to make sure we can meet your expectations and therefor learn if we can help your case. Most importantly, we perform all forensic audio specialist services with high integrity.

What is audio forensics?

First of all, Audio Forensics is the field of forensic science relating to the acquisition, analysis, and evaluation of sound recordings that may ultimately be presented as admissible evidence in a court of law or some other official venue. Audio forensic evidence may come from a criminal investigation by law enforcement or as part of an official inquiry into an accident, fraud, accusation of slander, or some other civil incident.

Because media evidence has become so easily modifiable as well as fragile with the size of modern day technology, it is crucial to have a trained audio expert perform scientific testing in order to ensure the accuracy of an investigation for litigation use. For that reason, our forensic audio specialists are trained annually to ensure they are up to date on the latest audio forensics techniques and protocols in the scientific community. 

The primary aspects of audio forensics are establishing the authenticity of audio evidence, performing enhancement of audio recordings to improve speech intelligibility and the audibility of low-level sounds, and interpreting and documenting sonic evidence, such as identifying speakers, transcribing dialog, and reconstructing crime or accident scenes and timelines.

Who are we?

Above all, Audio Forensic Expert applies a scientific approach to recovering, evaluating, enhancing, clarifying, or authenticating audio recordings to be used in court and other legal matters. Audio recordings in criminal and civil litigation may be presented by an expert or law enforcement professional. They may have been recorded by a private individual or part of a process of an accident investigation.

Above all, we apply our forensic expertise to cases in the United States and many countries around the globe. As a result, after 30 years in business testifying as an forensic audio specialist, Edward Primeau has worked with and learned from some of the greatest trial lawyers in the world. Therefore, this experience has strengthened Primeau Forensics’ expert witness performance in the court room. Furthermore, we have testified in local, state and Federal courts all over the USA and worked with lawyers around the world. As a result, we understand how to help a legal team establish a solid trial strategy.

What is the role of your audio evidence?

As a result, we specialize in helping our clients understand the role their audio recordings play in their investigation. Our audio experts also provides pre-trial preparation and expert witness testimony to assist attorneys, courts, and government agencies understand the relevance of the audio recording in question. Edward Primeau our lead audio expert, has testified in local, state and federal courts all over the United States. He has also worked on several investigations internationally. Ed and his team of forensic technicians follow the best practices set forth by the scientific community for all forensic audio investigations. As a result, our audio experts have assisted hundreds of litigators with their investigations, click HERE to learn about what some of them have said. 

Audio Forensic Expert Services

We examine and analyze many types of audio recordings including but not limited to the following:

  • Phone calls
  • iPhone recordings
  • 911 Dispatch
  • Law Enforcement Dash Camera
  • Law Enforcement Wire Tap
  • Concealed Audio Recorders
  • Confidential Informant
  • CCTV Surveillance Audio
  • Voice Mail (butt dial)

Clients we have worked for:

Finally, if you have a video that you question or need help understanding, please give us a call for a pro bono conversation. 

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Call 800-647-4281 in the USA or +01-248-853-4091 Internationally.