Evidence, Report and Ratification in the Judicial Process
Most people who go to a private detective agency have a well-founded suspicion, that is, they already know that something is happening.
But this is of no use in a judicial process, intuition or even knowledge of the truth by the client, are useless without the collection of legal evidence that can be proven in court.
With the information and evidence obtained by our investigators, the due report will be made, which will have full judicial validity and will be ratified by the office and the detectives in charge of the investigation during the hearing.
The report is a totally objective and impartial document. It is a test of equal or even more value in court than others provided by the rest of the members, since in most cases this evidence is not known by the opposing party and may be essential / decision-making for the subsequent judgment.
In most cases, it can be a real advantage over the opposing party. Since the evidence obtained can be conclusive and suppose the victory or favorable sentence for our client.
"It is as difficult to tell the truth as to hide it" - Baltasar Gracián (1601-1658)