If you are charged with a crime, not only is having a good attorney important, but also, it is equally important in having a private investigator with the right kind of experience and knowledge. In some instances, private investigators have never worked in law enforcement. J. Douglas Parker retired from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation with 30 years of experience. During his career, he has investigated over 350 death investigations that have involved murder-for-hire, suicides, accidental and natural death.
Numerous investigations have been conducted on child abuse, armed robbery, aggravated assault and battery, sexual assault, police officer “use of force” and embezzlement. He has also worked with many federal agencies such as the FBI, ATF and DEA. Parker has been qualified as an expert witness in several fields concerning criminal justice topics such as interviews and interrogations, search and seizure, and narcotics investigations. This along with his specialized training in many different fields of crime scene examination, interviews and interrogations, evidence collection and statement analysis makes Parker one of the most experience private investigators in the southeast.
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IMPORTANT CONSIDERATIONS WHEN CHARGED WITH A CRIME THAT MAY NEED TO BE INVESTIGATED FURTHER:
- How was the evidence collected? Was it handled properly? How and where was it stored? Who had access to it?
- Were witnesses interviewed? What is there relationship to the victim? What is the background of the witnesses? Were they in a position to really see what they saw? What is the motive of the witness? If there was an audio recording or written statement, a determination may be made as to his/her truthfulness.
- What procedures did law enforcement follow in taking a statement or preparing and administering a photographic line-up?
- If a Taser was deployed in your arrest, do you have all of the reports that law enforcement is required to prepare? Was the arrest or use of force during an arrest caught on the vehicle in-dash camera or body camera of the officer?
- What is the background of the officer? Has he/she had any complaints made to the department or the Peace Officer’s Standards of Training?
- Was there an informant involved in your case? How was that informant compensated? Were all contacts with the informant properly documented?
- Was there a search warrant utilized? How did the officer obtain information for the warrant? Was information in the warrant corroborated? Did the officers’ conduct any independent investigation?
ALLOW PARKER INVESTIGATIONS TO ADDRESS THESE AND OTHER CONCERNS WHEN YOU ARE CHARGED WITH ANY CRIME. WE CAN PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING:
- Review and make recommendations on all paperwork, reports, videos and audio recordings of witnesses, victims, other suspects.
- Review reports generated by law enforcement and determine what may be areas of deficiency in the investigation.
- Re-interview witnesses, victims, additional suspects and officers involved in the case.
- Provide an assessment of crime scene photos and videos.
- Re-visit scenes and make an assessment of them based on the information provided by reports.
- Collect additional physical evidence and properly store that evidence in accordance with the rules of evidence.
- Locate and properly interview new witnesses.
- Locate and properly obtain new evidence in support of your case.
- Conduct background checks on all involved in the case.
- Perform additional DNA, computer/cellphone forensics, audio/video forensics and other laboratory tests.
- Perform additional investigative actions as additional information is obtained.
- Court testimony and “Expert Testimony” in several criminal justice fields.