Jerome D. Greco is the Supervising Attorney of The Legal Aid Society of NYC’s Digital Forensics Unit. The Digital Forensics Unit was established in 2013 in recognition of the growing use of digital evidence in the criminal legal system, and currently consists of four staff attorneys, three analysts, two examiners, and one paralegal. Unit members use digital forensic tools, available in the Unit’s two in-house labs, to preserve and analyze electronically stored information, and to challenge the prosecution’s use and interpretation of digital evidence. Jerome works with attorneys and investigators on issues involving electronic surveillance technology, cell phone extractions, location tracking, and social media, among other fields. Prior to joining the Digital Forensics Unit, he worked as a trial attorney in the Society’s Staten Island and Manhattan criminal defense offices from 2011 to 2016. In addition to his work with technology, Jerome is experienced in litigating freedom of information requests and is an advocate for government transparency.
Digital Forensics Supervising Attorney – The Legal Aid Society