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CHECKLIST FOR REVIEWING PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR WEBSITES

CHECKLIST FOR REVIEWING PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR WEBSITES

Why Review a Private Investigator Website? Before we discuss how to review a private investigator’s site, I want to briefly discuss why you would want to review a private investigator’s website.  Some of the reasons are self-evident, but some of...

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How to Catch a Mad Scientist in the Act

How to Catch a Mad Scientist in the Act

 Not too long ago, we were hired by an attorney in North Carolina to keep an eye on their client’s crazy ex-husband.   The crazy ex-husband...we’ll call him “John”...lived up here in the Cleveland area.  There had once been a TPO (Temporary...

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GPS Tracking Laws (All 50 States)

GPS Tracking Laws (All 50 States)

  State Statute Caption Summary Alabama Code of Ala. § 13A-11-32(a) Criminal surveillance. A person commits the crime of criminal surveillance if he intentionally engages in surveillance while trespassing in a private place. Alaska Alaska...

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Is GPS Tracking Legal?

Is GPS Tracking Legal?

When appropriate for the circumstances, we will often recommend GPS tracking to our clients.  Without fail, the most common response to this suggestion is some version of, “Is that legal?” The quick answer is usually, “Yes. Under these...

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Stalking versus Investigating

Stalking versus Investigating

It all comes down to Permissible Purpose A P.I. license is what makes it okay for a private investigator to sit in his car and video record a person he’s investigating.  It also makes it okay for him to surreptitiously follow someone (shadow)...

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What to Expect When You Call Us:

What to Expect When You Call Us:

When most people call our offices, it is their first time ever dealing with a private investigator, so they really don’t know what to expect.  I think a lot of people expect to hear a recording (usually a tool of 1-man shows) and others expect...

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In Person Consultation

In Person Consultation

Before an in-person consultation can be scheduled, a 5-10 minute conversation will need to take place between an investigator (most likely a supervisory investigator) and the potential client calling into the office. The investigator and potential...

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The Phone Call

The Phone Call

A few months ago, I received a call from a woman in her 40’s who suspected her husband was having an affair with another woman. The woman was very nervous.  She was hesitant in her answers to my questions and her voice was trembling a little bit....

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Mobile Forensics in Popular Culture

Mobile Forensics in Popular Culture

By now I have written several articles describing what computer and mobile forensics are and how they can help you get the answers you need. I pointed out that an examiner can retrieve data such as text messages, e-mails or even ascertain the...

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