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By: Betty L.
Chapman Investigations Inc
Wow I read below about waisting your money with Chapman. He helped me and I never had to stay on him within a week he had everything I needed. Kevin even was like a counselor to me. I found them to be very professional and I did not have to do anything to get him to do his job. He worked with my attorney and his testimony in court was incredible my husband was not happy to see his lies and deception were caught by my pi. I would recommend him to anyone
By: William J.
Chapman Investigations Inc
After using 2 other pi firms I reluctantly hired Chapman Investigations I was amazed at how fast he was able to get the evidence that the two other companies could not in fact they both said it was impossible to do surveillance in this location Mr Chapman was able to get out of his vehicle and lay down in the woods for nearly 20 hours to get me the photographs that I needed to win my case I would highly recommend them
Tips & Advices
There are many different types of PIs. The easiest way to differentiate is to break them down into specialties, which include, but are not limited to, background checks (for a potential hiring candidate or investment); civil investigations (gathering evidence for a civil trial); surveillance, (missing person, cheating spouse); insurance and insurance fraud (conning an insurance company); non-insurance related fraud (misrepresentation by a job applicant); corporate investigations (loss or theft of proprietary information); accident reconstructions (to determine cause, location, liability); domestic investigations (divorce, infidelity, drug, sexual or physical abuse); and infidelity and/or cheating spouses.
The best way to find a PI is through a referral. If referral is not an option, begin by researching online  to find PIs in your area. After identifying candidates, check their qualifications such as history, education, and practical experience. Interview the candidate, check affiliations and certifications, and, of course, costs and fees.
In certain instances, PIs can and do work in concert with law enforcement in criminal cases. However, PIs do not have the same authority and, therefore, are limited in the scope of their investigative authority. On the other hand, not being a member of law enforcement allows the PI to work outside some of the strict rules that law enforcement and the legal sector are bound by. Often the PI is working in concert with law enforcement where information sharing is vital to all parties.
It is absolutely legal to hire a private investigator, as long as both parties are operating within the boundaries of the law.
Laws allowing PIs, or any private citizen’s right to carry guns, vary from state to state. Concealed weapons permits are a separate license. Laws on carrying weapons and concealed weapons vary from state to state, so research and understand the laws in your state addressing weapons and concealment.

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