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Expert Computer Forensic Analysis

My name is Larry Jones, and I am a retired FBI Agent and Computer Forensic Analyst / Investigator. I operate under the business name LJONES CFA (Computer Forensic Analyst), and I offer a variety of computer, mobile phone, and tablet analysis.  My analysis can lead to providing expert testimony, and I have testified as an expert in both federal and state courts.  LJONES CFA is a Louisiana licensed private investigative firm  Since 2018, when I retired from the FBI, LJONES CFA has been retained to assist in a variety of investigations, and some examples have been included below.

Computer Investigations

Examples of Investigations Performed

Since 2018, LJONES CFA has been involved in the following types of investigations:

In both criminal and civil court cases, I have been retained to preserve and extract mobile phone data including text messages, call logs, photos, or recorded audio.

Analyzed emails and rendered an opinion report supporting the Client's contention he was not responsible for a malicious business email compromise.

In a Succession of Assets litigation, accessed the computer of the deceased where the computer password was unknown.

Perform analysis of computer data to determine if a former employee had committed theft of his former employers data\proprietary files.

Identify and analyze computer data to determine if an employee has been involved in misconduct such as misuse of Client company assets or time theft.

Review and analyze the government's evidence and reports to make a recommendation as to whether sufficient evidence exists to support a defendant's conviction.  These consultation services have been provided in health care fraud, bank fraud, and child exploitation criminal cases.

Preserved data from websites and social media (i.e. Facebook) to support the Client's claims of harassment, extortion, or posting of false information.

Performed analysis of the internal metadata for photos to determine if those photos were actual photos taken from a mobile phone or tablet, and whether those photos may have been modified from their original form.

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