When someone is accused of capital murder, the first person they will want to call is their lawyer. The second person they may want to call is a private investigator to make sure no piece of evidence goes unnoticed.
Private investigators are there to find the clues that even police can’t find sometimes. A good investigator is valuable in the defense of any criminal case. Investigators interview witnesses, diagram scenes, check backgrounds, monitor surveillance and do much more to get the information needed for your court case.
While not all information is favorable to clients, it can be beneficial to use some favorable pieces of the investigation as negotiating points in a trial. Lawyers should be able to make that call in these scenarios and may be able to make a plea.
When it comes to interviewing witnesses, hiring a private investigator can back the claims made by someone in court. If a witness says something different during a trial than what was said in an interview with a private investigator, that can show inconsistency in a person’s testimony.
If a person finds themselves on the wrong end of a police mistake or wrongly accused, a private investigator could be that person’s hope of claiming their innocence. Sometimes, wrongly accused people could be at a disadvantage during a trial when police have evidence that may not be favorable to the accused in the case.
Lawyers have to disprove what police are saying to show their client is innocent, and private investigators can sometimes find the evidence to disprove police investigations. Defense lawyers who want to make sure investigations conducted by the government are not one-sided may enlist a private investigator to balance out a case.
The J.P. Investigative Group in Charlotte, North Carolina, has a network of investigators ready to serve and help you find evidence to support your case.
The J.P. Investigative Group has staff members available 24/7. Call us at 877-990-2111, or fill out a free consultation form, and we will pair you with a professional capital murder investigator today. All of our clients remain confidential.
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