The Seminole Clerk of Court's webpage is maintained by a group of individuals
interested in technology and the community.
Dr. John Leeson
is serving as the lead consultant on the Seminole County Clerk' web site
project. Dr. Leeson was featured by the New York Times as a pioneer
in the emerging field of digital evidence. He has served the
National Center for Forensic Science as the Assistant Director for Digital
Evidence Research, is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner
per the International Association of Computer Investigative
Specialists, and is an AccessData Certified Examiner and Instructor. Dr. Leeson is a retired Associate Professor of Computer Science at
the University of Central Florida, having taught a wide variety of computer
science courses including one of the United States' first graduate courses
in computer forensics. He is currently a computer forensics consultant and trainer for AccessData Corporation.
Dr. Matthew Burnett Gerber
is the lead designer and developer for the Seminole County Clerk's
web site project. Matthew received his Ph.D. in Computer Science with a concentration in computer forensics from UCF
along with extensive coursework in Constitutional Law, and was the Astronaut Memorial
Scholar for UCF for two years. He has been
a computer programmer for over 10 years and worked with the Web since its
Braden Gibson is one of the developers and programmers for the Seminole
County Clerk's web site project.
Keith Sherwood is the graphics designer for the Seminole County Clerk's
web site project.
John Aedo is one of the developers and programmers for the Seminole County Clerk's web site project.
As a group, the Webmasters maintain the website and everything involved in it.
Graphics, code, databases, and the overall layout of the website are
developed, reviewed and then processed. All members of the group regularly
meet to discuss the website.
the Justice Group Webmasters