March 2011

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Enhanced Surveillance: Surveillance Using Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
Background Checks on a New Boyfriend

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Enhanced Surveillance: Surveillance Using Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

He who mounts a wild elephant goes where the wild elephant goes. ~Randolph Bourne

Once considered "Space Age technology", GPS (Global Positioning System) has become a fixture in mainstream society. It is built into many vehicles at the design stage and added on after market in many others. GPS can be a useful tool to enhance professional investigations, but there are legal restrictions, functional limitations, and logistical challenges that must be considered in order for the information uncovered through GPS to be useful to you and your client and permissible in court.

If you hire a private investigator who uses GPS devices, you need to make sure he or she is familiar with the Florida laws that govern the placement of such a device in or on a vehicle. Like many other issues related to technology, privacy advocates are challenging the use of GPS devices in certain cases. Your investigator needs to be aware of any circumstances which might prohibit the use of electronic monitoring equipment.

As good as GPS technology is, it is not... Read More

  

Background Checks on a New Boyfriend

Although divorce doesn't change the love parents feel for their children, divorce almost always changes their relationship. Parents who are used to putting their children to bed at night and waking them up in the morning may find themselves relegated to a mid-week dinner and a sleepover every other weekend. Intimate knowledge of their child's friends, teachers, projects, and curiosities is replaced by a stilted weekly Q&A session that leaves both parent and child feeling dissatisfied and vaguely sad. Even more difficult is the reality that one's ex-spouse may develop a new romantic interest at some point and want to assimilate that person into the children's life and, possibly, home.

Clients who eventually come to terms with the fact this new "friend" exists may become distraught when the new "friend" begins to spend time in close proximity to the client's children. At Complete Legal Investigations, we think that is perfectly reasonable. The media is full of stories of divorced women who get duped out of ...Read More 

  

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