Jessica Claire
, , 100 Montgomery St. 10th Floor (555) 432-1000,
Professional Summary

Professional Legal Technology Specialist with over 15 years experience assisting State of Connecticut Prosecutors with litigating complex criminal cases with consistently successful results. Thoroughly skilled in: litigation/ information systems, technical support, trial presentation, internal and external communications, video, training, and the organization and management of case information. An efficient, effective, creative problem-solver, with an attention to detail, who is easily adaptable and consistently calm and professional in high pressure situations.

Work History
06/2005 to Current Legal Technology Specialist- Full-Time CT Division Of Criminal Justice | City, STATE,

Responsible for providing investigative and litigation preparation and presentation support, technical assistance, and consultation to Connecticut’s thirteen Judicial Districts.

  • Work with, attorneys, investigators, and support staff on hundreds of cases.
  • Analyze and dissect large amounts of data to create organized simple, concise, effective exhibits and presentation methods.
  • Support and meet user needs for trial presentation databases/software and hardware.
  • Research, plan, and budget for trial presentation audio/visual hardware and software.
  • Test software, install, configure, and maintain systems for efficient investigations and litigation.
  • Scan documents/photographs, uses databases, indexes/codes for electronic discovery/presentation.
  • Produce physical copies of case evidence using proper data storage medium for case file and court exhibits.
  • Develop and conduct training programs and prepare manuals for litigation presentation software applications and other ESI evidence.
  • Assist users with various internal training and external communications and presentations.
  • Troubleshoot/customize litigation database software, proprietary audio and video software.
  • Capture web data, audio, and video for evidentiary use.
  • Digitization and enhancement of analog audio and video evidence.
  • Reformat and redact multimedia and other electronic data, as necessary, for use at trial.
  • Work with outside agencies and professional witnesses to create demonstrative exhibits to aid investigations and trial testimony.
  • Setup equipment hardware and assist in courtroom throughout trial.
  • Assist with corrupt media files and data recovery.
  • Maintain large inventory of computer hardware and audio/visual presentation equipment.
  • Time manage and prioritize work base on operational need.
  • Ability to adapt and learn new technology quickly
  • Decision making
  • Calm under pressure
  • Logical
  • Written and oral communication
  • Thorough with high attention to detail
  • Quality assurance
  • Customer service
  • Work independently
  • Work collaboratively and well with others
  • Effective problem solving
  • Efficient multi-tasker
  • Editing and proofreading
  • Criminal law
  • Spreadsheets
  • Reading comprehension
  • Web and database design
  • Projectors
  • Televisions
  • Splitting and switching mechanisms and wireless connectivity
  • Large-scale printing
  • Various scanning platforms/automation
  • Digital photography/videography
  • Assisted with establishing technical standards for legislatively mandated audio/visual interview recordings for serious felonies.
  • Assisted with RFPs.
  • Project managed technology upgrades to the Division’s Training Center.
  • Served on the State of Connecticut’s Body Worn Camera Technical Committee to establish technical standards for recordings.
  • Created a case presentation intranet resource site.
  • Graphically designed, and produced, five editions of Connecticut Cold Case Cards.
Education and Certifications
Expected in 2013 | Ocean Systems, Silver Spring, MD, GPA:

Introduction to Forensic Video Analysis

Expected in 2012 | Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Glynco, GA, GPA:

Recovery of Evidence from CCTV Video Recording

Expected in 2006 | Law Enforcement Analysis Facility, , GPA:

Leaf Sound Enhancement

Expected in 2005 | WIN Interactive, Boston, MA, GPA:

High Impact Litigation

Expected in 2005 | InData, Gilbert, AR, GPA:

Certified Trial Director Trainer

Expected in 05/2004 Bachelor of Science | Graphic/Information Design- Cum Laude Central Connecticut State University, New Britain, CT GPA:
Additional Information
  • Special Recognition- awarded by DCJ colleagues, Connecticut Criminal Justice Educational and Charitable Association
  • State of Connecticut Governor’s Proclamation, The Honorable Dannel P. Malloy
  • Special Recognition, VIDOCQ Society

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  • Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
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  • WIN Interactive
  • InData
  • Central Connecticut State University

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