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Findings of a private investigation conducted by a licensed investigation office can be used as evidence in a legal proceeding. How do you conduct a private investigation in order to obtain sufficient evidence for the legal process?



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The findings of the private investigation - admissible evidence in any legal proceeding

Findings of a private investigation conducted by a licensed investigation office can be used as evidence in a legal proceeding.

How do you conduct a private investigation in order to obtain sufficient evidence for the legal process?

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Shmulik Maman, in collaboration with Zap Legal

Thursday, 15 July 2021, 13:41 Updated: 13:47

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Private investigations are conducted all the time, right under the noses of all of us, for all the reasons and motives and without us being aware of it.

The purpose of the private investigation is, first of all, to provide important information to the person ordering the investigation and provide him with some peace of mind with the knowledge of the truth, but beyond that the private investigations have a very significant role.



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A private investigation can only be done by a licensed investigation office, otherwise it is illegal and its findings are not admissible as evidence in court. A professional investigative firm will conduct each private investigation knowing that its findings may be used by the commissioner of the investigation in a legal proceeding as well. This figure affects how the investigation is conducted as it forces investigators to step into the shoes of the tracked person in advance, take into account any argument he may make in court to defend himself against the charges, and try to find the findings that will hide any possible allegation.



In an example case, a woman asked to prove that her divorcee works a full-time job and earns a decent living, as he claims he has no job and has no ability to pay alimony to her. In such a case, it is not enough to track the divorcee, observe him and show that he enters and leaves a particular workplace only after a few hours, as he may claim that he only visited a friend, for example. Therefore, entry into the workplace is required. If, for example, it is a garage, the vehicle must be taken into care, the divorcee documented and photographed during the work and also dubbed, his colleagues and his boss, in order to get statements from them proving that he is indeed a permanent employee and not allow him to evade such and such claims.



In a similar case, the divorcee worked as a barber, testifying to a very low income level that required the investigation team to document the number of clients he received per day.

One of the interrogators came to the barbershop and said that he was waiting for his wife, who of course was late for work and allowed him to stay there for a long time.

By the time the woman finally arrived, she was of course researching the team, and by the time she got a haircut, about four hours had passed that allowed the researchers to see well the mechanism of the book, the prices it charges, understand if it issues receipts to customers and more.



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Familiarity with the legal system

In some cases, not everything "goes smoothly" and researchers, who encounter an obstacle, need to understand how to overcome it.

Familiarity with the relevant legal requirements in each case allows investigators to plan the next steps in the most efficient way, in order to obtain findings that will serve the client of the investigation as much as possible.



This was the case with a woman who suspected that her husband was cheating on her with a co-worker. The tracking of the husband led the team of investigators to a building in Petah Tikva, but the man entered a closed parking lot and the investigators could not enter after him. The next time he got to the same building, the staff was ready. One investigator waited outside the building and documented him entering, and the other waited for him inside, got on the elevator with him and asked him who the committee representatives in the building were. The husband replied that he had no idea, and the investigator documented him getting out of the elevator on the second floor and entering one of the apartments. A few minutes later, the investigator knocked on the door of the same apartment on the pretext that he was still looking for the building committee. The one who opened the door for him is of course the husband's colleague from work, with the husband documented sitting in the living room of her house without shoes, and then leaving the building late at night.



The investigators' familiarity with the various courts allowed them to understand that this documentation, together with the other findings of the chain of inquiry, would suffice to prove treason, and indeed it was.

As part of the divorce suit filed by the woman, as in any legal proceeding using evidence obtained in a private investigation, the investigators came to present the evidence and give evidence regarding the investigation, whose findings formed a key part of the woman's success in obtaining what she sought.



For all information about private investigations



Shmulik Maman is a private investigator, owner of the Quentin Investigations Investigations Office who specializes in conducting surveillance of all types throughout the country.



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information presented in the article does not constitute legal advice or a substitute for it and does not constitute a recommendation for taking proceedings or avoiding proceedings.

Anyone who relies on the information in the article does so at his own risk

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