This post marks the introduction of a new blog series that aims to clarify the legal and professional aspects surrounding private investigative services. My intention is for you to gain an accurate and clear understanding of private investigation, surveillance, corporate investigation, bug sweeps, background checks and locating missing people.
During my 40 years as a supervisory federal agent and a private investigator throughout the United States, I have managed countless cases and seen firsthand how proper investigative work contributed to the successful uncovering of the truth. Based on these experiences, it is my goal to inform and educate you for the sake of making the right decision and maximizing protection for you, your family and business. I will also take this opportunity to give insightful commentaries on high profile, headline civil and criminal cases.
The media and pop culture often paint an inaccurate picture of private investigation work. Questionable practitioners, who promise the world in their sales pitches, also add to the confusion. In a stressful situation, whether it’s in a courtroom, executive suite, household or warehouse, having a misconception about private investigative services is the last thing you need.
The ever-changing legal system along with light speed digital technology advancements press the need even further to know what an investigator can and cannot do for their clients. Being proactive in knowing these facts ensures preparedness for most circumstances involving legal actions, security issues or finding a lost loved one.
I hope you find this blog series informative, helpful and beneficial to your personal and professional well-being. I also welcome your questions and comments.