NEW LOOK FOR DFI NEWS
The updated DFI News Web site brings you an entirely
new user experience. Topic tagging throughout the site
allows you to move from any article to other related
content. So if you’re reading Gary Kessler’s article on
teaching network protocols and want to learn more
about network forensics, you can click on the topic tag
at the bottom of the article and get a full list of all content related to network forensics, from articles and news
items to videos and product releases. Our new format
also makes it easy to share the content you like with easy social networking buttons associated with every
article. So, if you haven’t joined the DFI News LinkedIn or Twitter groups, it’s time to join the conversation.
Flag your favorite content, comment on others’ links, and help us grow our community.
CREDIBILTY DURING CROSS EXAMINATION
It’s easy for expert witnesses who acquit themselves beautifully during direct examination to lose their
credibility with the jury during cross examination. Becoming argumentative or evasive once the opposing
counsel begins to question you is the fastest way to lose the jury’s respect. If you missed our webinar on
“What Makes a Credible Witness?” you can still watch it on demand.