Jerome Greco is a public defender in the Digital Forensics Unit of the Legal Aid Society in New York City. Along with four analysts, he works with attorneys and investigators in all five boroughs on issues involving historical cell-site location information, cell phone extraction, electronic surveillance technology, social media, and hard drive analysis, among other fields. He is currently engaged in challenging the NYPD‚Äôs use of cell-site simulators, facial recognition, and the execution of overbroad search warrants for electronic devices. Prior to his work with the Digital Forensics Unit, he was a trial attorney in the Legal Aid Society’s Manhattan and Staten Island criminal defense offices. He graduated magna cum laude from New York Law School in 2011 and received his B.A. from Columbia University in 2008.