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  • Before You Start a P.I. YouTube Channel, Read This.
    by Pursuit Magazine on March 24, 2021 at 10:27 PM

    What I Did During My Lockdown: Adam Visnic of Gravitas Investigations dove deep into video, producing two popular YouTube series for PIs: “The Reason You Got Burned” and “The P.I. Hero.” The post Before You Start a P.I. YouTube Channel, Read This. appeared first on PI Feed.

  • Should you hire a cheap Private Investigator? A look at both sides
    by Ulises Perez on February 16, 2021 at 6:35 AM

    Here is the thing, depending on what you need a private investigator for, we can certainly get expensive – until you consider the costs of a botched child custody investigation, divorce case, background check errors, insurance claims, or even a butchered witness statement. When we work with the public – take an infidelity case as The post Should you hire a cheap Private Investigator? A look at both sides appeared first on PI Feed.

  • Embezzlement Between Partners Is Not a Crime
    by Leah Wietholter on February 5, 2021 at 10:31 AM

    Many clients have come to us with suspicions of embezzlement in their company. Through our client intake and information gathering process, it sometimes comes to light that the suspected embezzler is not an employee, but a partner in the company. Unfortunately, we have to discuss that this particular theft cannot be prosecuted criminally, and that The post Embezzlement Between Partners Is Not a Crime appeared first on PI Feed.

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  • Fraud Defenses for Small Nonprofits
    by Charles Rabeno on June 29, 2022 at 2:23 PM

    Strong internal controls are the best defense against fraudsters who target nonprofit organizations.

  • How Georgia Became The First State To Repeal Its Citizen’s Arrest Law
    by Kim Green on June 20, 2022 at 6:07 PM

    After the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, Governor Brian Kemp led a bipartisan campaign to repeal a Civil-War-era citizen’s arrest statute. At the trial of three men charged with the 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man who was jogging in Brunswick, Georgia, the defense hinged on an archaic legal standard: the defendants claimed they suspected Arbery of a burglary and were making a legal citizen’s arrest. The shooting, they argued, was in self-defense, as Arbery resisted arrest. [1] The defense

  • The Art of Investigating
    by James Petrie on June 15, 2022 at 3:41 PM

    A North Carolina investigator applies his portrait-painting skills to defend a client accused of theft. I was recently hired on a criminal case. My client, a young Black female, had been charged with theft. Police suspected her of taking two credit cards belonging to her coworkers from a drawer under the cash register at a local restaurant. When police interviewed the employees, the two whose credit cards had gone missing suggested that my client was the most likely culprit. Soon

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