Private investigators are used for many different tasks and by many different companies. Sometimes it might even be better to think of them as outsourced help, because that is often the case. Regular citizens might hire a private investigator to catch a cheating spouse, but much of the time they are hired by insurance companies or even attorneys to help them do the necessary investigative parts of their jobs. While many who hire criminal defense attorneys might not want to think about it, their attorneys often handle several cases at a time. However, by using a private investigator, they can get a skilled set of eyes to help them look over the fine details of certain areas of a case and do particularly time-intensive tasks that can help your defense. However, it is not like a private investigator is writing up sensitive legal documents where even one wrong piece of formatting could somehow invalidate your whole case, instead private investigators do many other crucial tasks for your attorney.
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