Winning criminal cases in court start with surrounding yourself with a winning team. A defense attorney who is known to not shy away from a trial and cares about you and your case so much that s/he views your case as if they too were facing jail time if they lost the case. But the defense attorney alone does not make a team.
A defense attorney is only as good as the facts in the case that s/he has to work with. A defense investigator perfects your team by unraveling complicated sets of facts, finding star witnesses and unearthing evidence so your attorney is put in the best position possible to win your case.
Paris London has been the secret weapon for top defense attorneys and is the chief investigator for The Detective Agency. He has more than 30 years of experience as a defense investigator. Thankfully he has decided to put pen to paper and share his wisdom experience and golden nuggets of advice so that you know how your federal criminal case should be investigated. He has more than enough experience and knowledge in the field that he is set to share what he knows through his book, Defense Investigator London’s book entitled How to Investigate a Federal Case, a first of its kind/a blueprint for defendants, and criminal defense investigators.
Paris London makes plain the otherwise unwieldy federal criminal investigation process so well, that you will be out in the driving seat and have confidence in the outcome of your case. In a way that puts you in the driver’s seat. Paris London drives home the importance of getting an effective detective who will work for you. The police and prosecutors have their detectives, why shouldn’t you have yours?
Criminal Defense Investigator Paris London’s impetus for writing this book comes from witnessing people get incarcerated for crimes they did not commit. He noticed that these innocent people lost their case because they failed to hire an investigator who would uncover key facts helpful to their case.
“The prosecuting attorney has the police investigating for them,” London explains.
“I want defendants to realize that the police will not be investigating every little thing, so it falls on the defense attorney and his investigatory team to look into the salient facts that get clients favorable results.”
The upcoming book will be sharing tips and advice that London has gathered in his 30 year career as a criminal defense investigator. He states,
“Often, I am the man behind the man. Lawyers can’t always investigate every little thing. So it falls on my team and me to look into the things that can help clients get favorable results.” Paris London’s book will also be shedding light on the need to investigate law enforcement investigations.
London further explains,
“We never really know for sure what we’re going to find. It can be the smallest thing that ends up helping the client,” London is not afraid to review and research mounds of evidence and leads to get to the nugget you need to win your case, and walk out of the courtroom as a free man or woman, even when you thought the prosecutor had too strong a case against you.
One of the pivotal moments in London’s book occurs where he explains in great detail what to do when a confidential informant is involved in your case.
London also provides an extensive checklist that lays out what a proper investigation should look like. .
Learn more about Paris London and The Detective Agency by visiting their official website.