OUR SERVICES

Evidence Matters Ltd. is a digital forensics company who specialise in criminal defence cases, however we also undertake criminal prosecution, private, family and civil instructions. Established in 1996, we are one of the oldest dedicated digital forensics firms in the UK and have a solid track record in providing fixed-cost solutions.

  • As Digital Forensics Expert Witnesses , we conduct forensic analysis of computers, mobile phones, tablets and Satnav devices along with cell site analysis, CCTV forensics, computer monitoring, website capture, investigation and eDiscovery.

  • You will find us to be an approachable and friendly firm – we specialise in preparing reports in plain, jargon-free English – if you have any questions, all you have to do is ask.

  • Call us for a free, informal consultation on 0330 660 0052 or 07921 579910 (24 hrs) or email sarah@evidence-matters.co.uk

  • Please note we had a temporary issue with email on 11th August 2021. If you have not had a reply to any email sent on this date please contact us by telephone or re-send.

  • Evidence Matters Ltd has not currently applied for ISO 17025 compliance but adopts procedures that honour the ethics of ISO 17025 compliancy.

What do we do?

We are experienced in conducting examinations of digital devices, such as computers, mobile phones and tablets. Most electronic devices capable of storing digital information can be examined using specialist forensic tools. The data is extracted from the device and is examined using our forensic tools, an unbiased report can be provided for criminal and civil cases.

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

He was found Not Guilty on all counts yesterday.  A huge thank you to both yourself and Laura for all your assistance with this case.  

March 2019, Forrest Williams Solicitors

Thank you for everything. The team have really gone above and beyond this time and we couldn’t have done it without you. 

September 2018, Birds Solicitors

As always, massively grateful for your efforts. Unfailingly impressive! 

June 2021, James Gray, Drystone Chambers