- Creating Forensic Accident Perspectives with Lidar-Based Modelling
- Lidar’s Revolution of Forensic Ballistic Trajectory Analysis
- The History of Forensic Animation in the Courtroom
- Modern nighttime visibility analysis and how it has revolutionized courtroom demonstrations
- Mediating the contested liability wrongful death case: Inform and persuade
Contact this Expert Witness
- Additional States: Nevada
- Company: 3D Forensic, Inc.
- Phone: (415) 754-7772
- Website: 3dforensic.com/
Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness
General Specialties:Accident Reconstruction and Human Factors
Keywords/Search Terms:Nighttime Visibility, Line-of-Sight Analysis, Driver's Perspective Animation, 3D Video Reconstruction, Use-of-Force Reconstruction, Officer-Involved Shooting Reconstruction, Use-of-Force Human Factors, Ballistic Trajectory Analysis, Photogrammetry, Laser Scanning, Forensic Animation
Education:Bachelor of Science, San Diego State University
Years in Practice:25
Jason C. Fries is the CEO and lead forensic expert of 3D Forensic, Inc. He has worked on forensic analyses and productions since 1997 and has since become one of the most reputable forensic voices in the industry. Fries’s innovations in multiple forensic specialties have enabled 3D Forensic to offer some of the most comprehensive services in the nation. Fries developed his forensic prowess through research in use-of-force incidents at the Force Science Institute, completing the Advanced Specialist certification. He also graduated from San Diego State University with a BS in Biology and focuses in Physics and Chemistry. Throughout his years as CEO of 3D Forensic, Jason has successfully infused forensic testimony, visualization, and analysis to the company’s casework, earning the trust and recognition of California and the nation’s most influential attorneys. He has written numerous pieces for forensic and legal publications including Forensic Magazine, Claims Magazine, International Right of Way Magazine, the CAOC’s Verdict Magazine, and the California District Attorneys Association Quarterly Journal. He has also lectured for many clients and associations, including UC Hastings School of Law, the Society of Forensic Engineers and Scientists, and the Forensic Expert Witness Association.