Photo by Denis Oliviera on Unsplash
Photo by Denis Oliviera on Unsplash

No one expects to end up on the wrong side of the law. Unfortunately, sometimes things happen that are out of your control, and you need to adapt to your situation. If you find yourself as the defendant in a criminal trial, you’ll want to build the best defense team possible. In many cases, having a defense attorney will not be enough. Let’s look at some ways that hiring a private investigator for your criminal defense team can help you win your case.

Private Investigators Are Trained Experts

Many private investigators have law enforcement experience that can’t be beat. What sets a great private investigator apart from the rest is an attention to detail. These professionals understand how to gather evidence in a variety of ways and share it with your defense attorney. Private investigators are licensed by the state in which they operate. These professionals are prepared to conduct interviews, run background checks, and add strength to your legal team. When you put a highly trained, knowledgeable, and experienced investigator on your team, they are dedicated to proving your case–no matter how long it takes.

Private Investigators Are At Your Disposal

Once you’ve hired a private investigator from All Private Investigations, they are on the case until it’s over. One of the bonus features of having a PI on your payroll is that they are focused only on proving your innocence. Our experienced investigators will work closely with your attorney to identify weaknesses in the prosecution’s case. A licensed private investigator will be able to assist the rest of your legal team with discovery and assessment work ahead of and during the trial.

Private Investigators Can Testify For You

Once all the research work has been done, your private investigator can assess the evidence and testify on your behalf in court. A licensed private investigator is a credible witness for your defense team. Credibility goes a long way in persuading members of the jury, and it supplements any evidence presented. 

Now that you know some of the ways that private investigators can aid your criminal defense, assembling your dream team is up to you. Be sure to consider the reputation of the private investigation company you’re thinking of hiring. If you’re looking for a licensed PI to help your case, visit All Private Investigations. Click here to fill out an informal inquiry about our services, and we can help you determine the best route for you to take and how we will be able to help you win.