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Criminal Cases Investigation
Criminal cases happen when someone breaks a law, or commits a criminal offense, which typically results in jail time. Civil cases handle almost all other disputes, and typically aim for some sort of recovery. A criminal case is filed by the government and is led by a prosecuting attorney.
Murder and manslaughter. Drug dealing, money laundering, and fraud. Assault, including sexual assault and battery. Criminal damage or arson.
Do Private Investigators Investigate Murder?
How does the role of a private investigator play into the legal system?
Working With Law Enforcement
By working together with law enforcement, a private investigator can help bring to light new theories and identify new pieces of evidence that can help solve the case before it grows cold. This may prove to be helpful in not only providing resolution but in pursuing a conviction, as well.
What Does Criminal Investigator Do?
Criminal investigators are professionals who are experts at gathering and interpreting clues and evidence. They not only help to track down and prosecute criminals, but can sometimes deduce whether a criminal act has even taken place at all.
If a crime has occurred, a criminal investigator will examine the backgrounds of the accused, witnesses and anyone else potentially involved with the crime to see what kinds of connections can be drawn, and to assemble the puzzle pieces in such a way as to allow law enforcement to move forward with the case
How does it works?
It is a basically a 3 step approach.
- Private Investigation
- Actual Arrests
- Court Case
It is the first step where private investigators plays an important role.
Doing a private investigation is not an easy job. It includes Searching, Interviews, Interrogations, Evidence Collection & Preservations.
It includes several methods of Investigations.
An investigator is responsible for:
- Identifying lines of enquiry
- Securing material
- Recording information
- Producing a report
- Giving evidence
- Retaining records
- FIM considerations