Forensic Case Review

Forensic Case Review

Forensic comes from the Latin word forensis, meaning “of or before the forum”.  In Roman times, it was meant to present a case before a group of public individuals in the forum.  In modern usage it used as a form of legal evidence and as a category of public presentation.

Review is an evaluation of a publication, product, service or company. The evaluation is a systematic determination of a subject’s merit, worth and significance, using criteria governed by a set of standards.

Forensic Review is the process that the Southwest Group uses to examine criminal, civil, and administrative cases.  As Fact Finders, we examine and investigate cases by using a systematic and disciplined approached based on the facts of the case, current laws, and best practices.  Southwest Group’s methodology for conducting a forensic review is a 3-Phase Process to examine your case and provide the most accurate and articulated facts so that you can present your case in a forum.

Phase I:

A collection of all reports, documents, electronic recordings (audio/video), physical evidence, policies & procedures, and reference material is collected for our team’s review.

Phase II:

A review of all documents, electronic recordings (audio/video), physical evidence, policies & procedures, criminal, civil and case law is conducted.  The collection of facts are then verified, through various means to include; interviews, site inspections, and research of best practices.

Phase III:

A detailed report is produced with the findings from the Forensic Review. The report brings to the forefront the undeniable facts. These facts can be used to substantiate or unsubstantiated claims made in the case.

Contact the Southwest Group today to confidentially discuss your situation and needs, 888-537-2079.