We were assigned by Judge Katz of US District Court in Toledo, Ohio.

Our task was to take control of all discovery evidence inclusive of approximately 300 hours of audio (cassette tapes) to enhance and convert them to digital format. As well as, 30,000 pages of documentation which needed to be scanned into a computer to make a searchable data base.

There were approximately 30 defense attorneys who could request from us any or all of the audio and documentation.

We were essentially the librarians of this case.

During the actual trial, at times, the attorneys would come to our facility and stand in line to get their enhanced audio and documentation from us.

This was a project that carried over 2 years.

For more information on this case please follow the links below:

The Toledo Blade article