This case involves allegations of evidence tampering in relation to a wrongful death action. A patron at the defendant bar consumed approximately 4 drinks or more prior to leaving the establishment. She was allegedly visibly intoxicated and impaired while continuing to order and consume drinks. While driving, the patron blacked out and struck a pedestrian in a crosswalk, killing him. A breathalyzer revealed that the impaired driver had a BAC of .14 at the time of the accident. The plaintiff alleged that the accident was a result of the patron being over-served and allowed to leave the bar when she was visibly impaired. To this end, the defense retained an expert in video forensics and visual surveillance to recover and review footage of her drinking at the bar before the accident.