Private Investigation, is there a need?

Many people visualize private investigation as the dirty job where one spouse hires some sleazy jerk to spy on the other spouse. Private Investigation camera This does tend to be a regularly requested job for a lot of private investigators, but it goes a lot further than that.  A friend of mine shared a tweet where someone accused “supporters” of programs like e-verify of wanting the private sector to do the government’s job.  This made me pause and take a little bit of offense (being in the private sector), when I realized that this is partially true.  Think about it.  If you want to do a background check on someone, can you run down to the police station and just get a background check?  Some jurisdictions, you can (at least you used to be able to).  It is becoming increasingly difficult to get government assistance.  So, to illustrate the need for private investigation, I want to share a couple of stories with you. Continue reading Private Investigation, is there a need?