Information collected through proper & legal surveillance techniques can have a bombshell impact in a courtroom, mediation or negotiation! Sometimes the evidence can be so compelling it can either bolster or completely disolve any hope for a win on game-day.
Here's what you need to know about surveillance:
There are several different types of surveillance that can be used depending on the needs of the client and case
Surveillance is a trained skill that should only be attempted by experienced professionals
Surveillance plans are calculated on "likely" behavior indicators and known information and adjusted by the target's activity
Surveillance activity is dictated by the target and not the surveillance teams
Surveillance is not a replacement for a thorough investigation
Surveillance can be more costly than other types of investigation
If you would like more information about surveillance or the experience of our
Surveillance Teams, please Contact Us for a free consultation.