Barry G. Dickey is the certified forensic expert for Audio Evidence Lab, a laboratory specializing in the analysis of audio/video evidence. With over 20 years of experience, Mr. Dickey has provided testimony in federal and state courts on issues involving audio, video, and voice identification. His responsibilities include audio/video authentication, digital enhancement/restoration, voice identification/elimination, speech/phonetic analysis, and transcription of evidentiary recordings. In association with The American College of Forensic Examiners, Mr. Dickey has served on the Executive Committees for both the Forensic Audio and Forensic Video Divisions of the American Board of Recorded Evidence. Since 1993, he has examined evidence relative to civil and criminal matters in more than 1500 cases in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Japan, Philippines, and Puerto Rico. Utilizing DSP technology, analytical equipment, and microscopic resolution, Mr. Dickey employs scientifically accepted techniques to provide the critical evidence required in the courtroom. Discrete and sound judgment is applied to each client's case. Free initial consultation.
Forensic cases involving Mr. Dickey have been featured on The Learning Channel's "Science Frontiers", "Forensic Files", CBS, NBC, "America's Most Wanted", TruTV, US News & World Report, and Fox 4 News Networks. He has consulted with news agencies in reference to the "Osama bin Laden Tapes" and "2012 Presidential Debates" as well as other recordings released through foreign news networks. Recent cases also include the "NFL Bountygate" investigation, "Holy Land Foundation", and the "Innocence Project".
Clientele include US Government, Foreign Government Agencies, State & District Attorneys, US Military Forces, Judicial Committees, Civil & Criminal Attorneys, Corporate Law Firms, Federal & State Public Defenders, Innocence Project, Insurance Companies, News Broadcast Agencies, and Private Investigators.