For Private Investigators and their clients, gathering and processing evidence can prove to be essential towards securing a positive outcome in a multitude of cases. Criminal defense cases may hinge on video, pictures, or records that law enforcement may have overlooked or ignored. Divorce or custodial cases can be decided based on emails, social media posts, and financial records that few inside or outside of the PI field are adept at collecting. In a similar manner, both plaintiffs and defendants in civil suits require an investigator proficient in tirelessly pursuing key pieces of proof to strengthen their client’s case and cast doubt on that of their opposition. [Read more…]
Back in the last part of 2011 RMRI, LLC. was called upon to review a case in Camdenton, MO. The case involved a young man who had three illegal files on his computer. The state of Missouri Family Services Division has what is known as a “Stat Team”; this is the team of Investigators that conduct technical investigations for the Division of Family Services. The “Stat Team” conducts Computer Forensics Examinations in cases where they might have a complaint of sexual abuse in the family home. If the “Stat Team” finds illegal content on the computer that the Investigator is examining the Investigator that did the examination can refer this case for prosecution. [Read more…]
I’d call this a heck of a win for Jose Baez and a humiliating loss for the prosecution.
Consider that Jose Baez was the “underdog” with no “death penalty case” experience prior to this case. Further consider that Jeff Ashton is a renowned Prosecutor with several murder trials under his belt. If you watched the media during the trial, almost every one of the commentators that are attorneys and investigators were putting Jose Baez under the microscope for what they all perceived as mistakes and praising Jeff Ashton for every little thing he did, with the exception of Sunny Hostin. Looking at these points you can only conclude that Jose Baez did a heck of a job on this case in the face of some overwhelming odds. [Read more…]