Some of the type of cases our private investigators are assigned are murder, wrongful death, serious assault, fraud, theft, embezzlement, child exploitation, blackmail and any other offenses.

Under the second law, it is per se unlawful to drive with a blood alcohol level of .08 or greater. For commercial drivers, a BAC of 0.04 can result in a DUI or DWI charge. In most states, individuals under 21 years of age are subject to a zero tolerance limit and even a small amount of alcohol can lead to a DUI arrest.

Title III of the USA PATRIOT Act, known as the International Money Laundering Abatement and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act of 2001, focuses on the anti-money laundering initiatives and includes several provisions that will have a direct impact on the investment management industry. In light of these developments, we are providing you with a brief summary of the compliance requirements.

What is a criminal investigation?

A criminal investigation is an investigation that seeks, collects, and gathers evidence of a crime for a case or specific purpose.

A criminal investigator looks for clues and evidence to determine whether a crime has taken place. If a crime has been committed, private investigators may obtain the background of the individual(s) involved an attempt to uncover who committed the crime. Today, a growing number of individuals are choosing to launch their criminal investigations with the help of professional private investigators.


When Do I Need a Criminal Investigator?

If law enforcement investigations produce little or no results
When you need evidence gathered for a criminal defense
To collect evidence for a criminal case
To find and interview other witnesses to a crime
To gather impartial facts about a crime
If you need surveillance or records searches to collect evidence


Why do I need a criminal investigator?

They operate within the law to find evidence
Criminal defense investigators can gather evidence of wrongful conviction or accusation
Law enforcement investigators are often busy with other tasks
Criminal investigation divisions can be too short on resources to conduct a proper investigation.
Exclusively dedicated criminal investigators are more persistent than law enforcement so they can provide better results
Criminal investigators are not limited by city, state or jurisdiction.


A crime is an intended action that is against the rules of law for a community. A criminal trial in which punishment is pursued by the government differs from a civil lawsuit, which involves individuals debating their rights. Criminal acts, such as sexual assault, physical assault, murder, theft, property damage, and vandalism, would call for investigators to gather evidence so that charges could be made against the individual.


Call us today at +16282043675  to discuss your type of investigation needs. As always, we offer a free consultation and affordable solutions to any investigative problem and answer the questions they need answering.

Prosecutors can charge rape when an offender and victim have a preexisting relationship (including so-called date rape), or even when the offender is the victim’s spouse.

  • Hard Fraud: Someone deliberately fakes an accident, injury, theft, arson or other loss to collect money illegally from insurance companies. Crooks often act alone, but increasingly, organized crime rings stage large schemes to steal millions of dollars.
  • Soft Fraud: Normally honest people often tell “little white lies” to their insurance company for the purposes of filing or maximizing a claim. Many people think it’s just harmless fudging. But soft fraud is a crime, and seemingly minor offenses collectively raise everyone’s insurance costs.

Each state has credit card fraud laws that prohibit the illegal possession and use of a credit or debit card. They have statutes for the physical possession and use of a stolen card. Then there are statutes if just the account number information is stolen, referred to as identity theft. For instance, Alabama Code § 13A-9-14 punishes credit or debit card theft, while § 13A-8-192 punishes identity theft or the possession of identifying information.

Federal law defines voluntary manslaughter as the unlawful killing of a human being without malice [u]pon a sudden quarrel or heat of passion.

The exact meaning of the heat of passion varies depending on the situation, but the term generally refers to an irresistible emotion that an ordinarily reasonable person would experience under the same facts and circumstances. This idea of an irresistible impulse contrasts with the idea of premeditation present in first degree murder, and a showing of one necessarily negates the other.