Guide to Private Investigator Law

Private investigators can be useful in legal cases and are often hired by one or both parties to help win a case. Private investigators are trained to find covered evidence and witnesses. Private investigators are often hired when intensive research or searching is necessary in a case, and they are also often used to review electronic evidence. In this comprehensive guide to the use of private investigators in the court, learn when to hire one, how they can help, what tools they use and what laws they must follow.

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  • ContentWhen Should You Hire a Private Investigator?

    Oftentimes, people hire private investigators when intense research or surveillance is necessary in a court case. Private investigators may be used to locate people, things, review evidence, or monitor intellectual property. Learn more here.

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  • ContentWhat is a Private Investigator's Role?

    A private investigator is useful in many different cases, such as family law matters, infidelity investigations, investigating insurance claims, and more. In this guide, learn more about what private investigators can do you for you.

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  • ContentLaws Governing Private Investigators

    Is using a private investigator legal? Yes, but there are certain rules that private investigators must follow. It is important to understand what these rules are, in order to ensure that the private investigator you hire is not violating them.

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  • ContentTechnology and Private Investigators

    Private investigators are becoming more and more tech-savvy, and often work off of only digital evidence. Using tools such as cellphone spyware, online photographs, and social media, digital private investigators can assist in any type of case.

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