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Carney Forensics helps attorneys, investigators and government agencies obtain insight into their investigations and civil and criminal cases at law by retrieving admissible digital forensic evidence from smart phones, tablets, wearables, PCs and Macs, GPS and personal navigation devices, electronic documents, social media, cloud storage, and e-mail including web mail.

We retrieve text messages, call logs, address books, voice messages, photos, videos, and GPS track points from over 25,000 makes and models of mobile phones and tablets including mobile app evidence from over 6,600 mobile app versions. We obtain deleted and hidden evidence that’s persuasive and compelling in court. Our clients enjoy quick, convenient service, user-friendly reports, and effective expert witness testimony.

Attorneys

Attorneys

Trial attorneys are using digital evidence in compelling ways to tell their clients’ stories that persuade judges and juries and win their cases in the court room. Learn More »

Investigators

Investigators

Have you ever had a tough domestic investigation, white-collar fraud, or insurance investigation case that was frustrating because of lack of evidence to answer your client’s questions? Learn More »

Government Agencies

Government Agencies

Digital messaging on personal handheld devices is changing the complexion and challenges of discovery in civil and criminal cases to which government agencies must respond. Learn More »

Our Services

Mobile Phone Forensics

Mobile Phone Forensics

Smart phone and tablet memory, when recovered, yields live and deleted mobile evidence the legal and investigative community has long thought unavailable. Learn More »

Small Scale Digital Device Forensics

Small Scale Digital Device Forensics

The info people carry around with them in their GPS or personal navigation devices, smart watches, FitBits, digital cameras, and video recorders might surprise you. Learn More »

Document Forensics

Document Forensics

What a digital document can tell you about the person who wrote it is often more important than what it says, if you read it. Learn More »

E-Mail Forensics

E-Mail Forensics

More and more people, plaintiffs and defendants alike, leave their electronic footprints on the Internet in web-based e-mail messages. Learn More »