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Do I have to make presentations in court if I work in computer forensics?

by tom44 on May 28, 2013

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Question by Barricade: Do I have to make presentations in court if I work in computer forensics?
I love working with computers, and I want to do something that helps get criminals off the street. I want to work in computer forensics, but I read that I have to make presentations in courts for my findings. Is it possible to get in the field without having to go to court? I’m not looking to go up the ladder. Just to work in the field.

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Answer by Josie826
If the type of computer forensics you are going into causes someone to be charged criminally because you find something illegal on their computer or find that they were using their computer for illegal purposes, then yes, you will have to go to court and present your findings. If you learn your job well and are good at what you do, going to court should be easy for you.

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One thought on “Do I have to make presentations in court if I work in computer forensics?

  1. Destro says:

    Depends, For example.. if you get a job with a small local “forensics” company there will likely be more then one employee.. so if you work on a “case”/ computer odd are high if you can properly document everything(this is HUGE part of it) and give a co-worker a rundown and the co-worker can verify it maybe he can take it to court anyway.

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