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Join us for an insightful webinar that delves into the world of digital communications and its crucial role in modern-day prosecution. This webinar aims to equip you with the knowledge and strategies necessary to leverage digital data effectively and strengthen your cases.

Our presenters, Darryl Valinchus, expert witness and communications analysis expert, and Danielle Davis, an accomplished Assistant District Attorney at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office, will guide you through the power of digital evidence, and its impact on your legal proceedings.

In this presentation we cover:

  • Sources and types of data that can be obtained legally, and how they can be utilized to bolster your case.
  • How digital data can be a game-changer in your legal proceedings, using real-life examples where digital evidence played a pivotal role in the case outcome.
  • Best practices for analyzing, organizing, and presenting digital data to tell a compelling story in the courtroom.
  • Preparing for trial, from managing and organizing data to ensuring its admissibility.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain insights from industry experts and refine your approach to leveraging digital evidence.

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Darryl Valinchus

Solutions Expert, PenLink

Darryl Valinchus (SDS, Ret.) retired from the NYPD after almost 30 years of service. For the last 10 years of his career, he was assigned to the Intelligence Bureau, where he is largely credited with creating and developing the Analytical Programs Unit. He has testified as an expert witness in over 56 criminal cases in communications records analysis and geospatial visualization of cellular location information.

Danielle Davis

Principal Assistant District Attorney, Suffolk County District Attorney’s Office

ADA Davis was the first prosecutor in Suffolk County to successfully investigate, charge, and convict after a jury trial, a defendant for Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree where there was no eye witness to the sale or tangible narcotics recovered, coined the "Death Sale". She has given CLE Courses on the proper way to write search warrants for cellular devices, how to properly admit Cellebrite extraction reports at trial, and how to prepare witnesses for direct and cross examination regarding cellular data.