ACQUISITION ~ The first step is to maintain your chain of custody. You need to document how the evidence was obtained and ensure the handling is proper to avoid any question concerning the condition of the evidence and how it was collected.
ANALYSIS ~ The job seems overwhelming when confronted with a room full of unlabeled boxes and file cabinets filled with paper. It takes patience and attention to detail to find the information you need.
PRESERVATION ~ Now that you have it, what will you do with it? The time between collection and courtroom presentation can be lengthy. Be sure you have the proper and secure environment to preserve the evidence.
With thirty three years of experience combing through voluminous documentary evidence, I can readily recognize and organize the critical information needed to establish your case.
Christopher Holland, Inc.
2604 Elmwood Avenue
Rochester, New York 14618