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Competative Intelligence Update September 2013

Posted by Bill on October 8, 2013

One of the most popular sites for many investigators, attorneys and researchers is Sabrina I. Pacifici’s fantastic Competitive Intelligence site. See Competitive Intelligence Guide – Updated as of September 2013.

Sabrina I. Pacifici is Founder, Editor, Publisher of LLRX.Com; (established in 1996), the free web journal consistently recognized as a publisher of comprehensive, meticulously documented, non-partisan guides and content-rich resources, commentary and actionable information on Internet research and web-related current awareness issues invaluable to legal, academic, corporate, government and public interest researchers. LLRX  is a great site to keep up with all the latest in legal and technology resources.

Good reading and keep investigating and pay no attention to the forced WordPress Ads that pop up.

Bill Lowrance
Lowrance Law LLC
Attorney, Investigator and Legal Consultant

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Adultery in Virginia–Proving It

Posted by Bill on October 11, 2009

A popular topic in Virginia law is adultery. (NOTE: NO LEGAL OPINION HERE)  Usually, adultery is considered in light of grounds for divorce.  In Virginia there are two kinds of divorces: 1. bed and board divorce and 2. absolute divorce.  I am not going to bother using the latin terms that the Commonwealth favors, but suffice to say that the bed and board divorce amounts to a perpetual separation protecting persons and property. If you get a b&b divorce, you cannot remarry during the life of your ex spouse.  An absolute divorce, permanent and you can remarry, may be granted on one of three fault grounds or on a no-fault separation ground.

Adultery is one of the three grounds for an absolute divorce.  So, what is adultery? A person who, being married, voluntarily has sexual intercourse with another person who is not his/her spouse commits adultery.  If a spouse finds out about the adulterous act, he/she could file for an immediate divorce, but to get the divorce based on adultery, you must prove adultery by clear and convincing evidence based upon proven facts and reasonable inferences drawn from the facts. The Virginia courts have said that “strongly suspicious circumstances are insufficient.”

So, adultery can be proven based on circumstantial as well as direct evidence. It all depends on the facts in a case. A lot depends whether the trier of fact finds the witnesses credible. In addition, adultery grounds must be corroborated by a third party other than the husband/wife. Many people use private investigators to gather evidence of adultery, and the investigators may testify about their investigation.  The Virginis courts have noted in the past that a private investigator’s testimony will be subjected to the strictest scrutiny by the courts and acted upon with caution. 

In next post I will give examples from various Virginia cases dealing with adultery.

Bill Lowrance

NOTE: I am not giving legal opinion and I am not your lawyer if you read this page.

If you want my legal opinion contact me at 703 506 1600, www.lowrancelaw.com

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Finding An Investigator

Posted by Bill on September 21, 2009

Well, it has been a while since any good investigative resources were posted, but I will be back in the future.  No longer associated with PIAVA–Private Investigators Association of Virginia.  Good content will continue, however, for all those interested in investigations and investigative resources.  In fact, in you have a question about investigations or need investigative resources, call me for a consultation. 

I continue to operate a private investigation business at Information Insights Inc.com and I also opened a solo law practice–see Lowrance Law LLC.  I have many years of investigative and legal experience.  My legal practice includes family law matter–divorce, custody and support and most important enforcement of post divorce custody, support, visitation and other matters.  Contact me if I can assist you in legal or investigative matters.  Contact information is in upper left corner.

When hiring a private investigator always check the Department of Criminal Justice’s website to determine if the individual or business is properly licensed.  See VA DCJS

Also, check on the experience and dedication of anyone you employ as an investigator.  Fees for private investigators may range from $55 per hour to $150 per hour–sometimes even more depending on the type and complexity of the matter.  Remember the lowest charge does not always mean the best service–experience, education and professionalism count.

Bill Lowrance

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Public Court Records–Free

Posted by Bill on February 13, 2009

The New York Times has interesting story today about PACER the government run federal courts database. See Pacer Here  NYT Story

PACER is the US government site for federal court records.  Pending case information is available along with old, closed case information.  You need an account with them so that you can search the database.  Also, you have to pay 8 cents per page for downloading.  Almost all federal courts are on the system, and you can search by name, case number and in all or individual courts.

According to the NYT story Public Resource is taking the case information from the PACER system and making the information publicly available without charge.  It is a good site to check out if you are doing public record research.

Bill Lowrance

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Attorney Sentenced To Three Years In Pellicano Case

Posted by Bill on November 25, 2008

A prominent Los Angeles attorney was sentenced Monday to three years in federal prison and fined $250,000 for conspiring with Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano to wiretap billionaire Kirk Kerkorian’s former wife.  See LA Times Story.  Christensen’s attorney argued for a sentence of confinement in Christensen’s Beverly Hills home.  Nice if you can get it.  The judge did not buy into this unique alternative sentencing, however.

Prosecutors said Christensen hired Pellicano to wiretap Kerkorian’s ex-wife, Lisa Bonder Kerkorian, who was seeking $320,000 in monthly child support for her then-4-year-old daughter, to gain an edge in the high-stakes legal battle.

Remember professional investigators do not break the law to accomplish a job.  When you hire a private investigator you should emphasize that the investigator act in a legal and appropriate manner.  You do not want to go to jail, and you do not want to be in the headlines of the Washington Post.

Bill Lowrance
Attorney & Private Investigator
Lowrance Law LLC
McLean, VA

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PI Continuing Education

Posted by Bill on September 29, 2008

Ed Hruneni, VP of PIAVA, and VP of Investigative Services, American Security Programs, www.securityprograms.com, Dulles, VA, contacted me today advising that he is sponsering a great continuing education program for private investigators.  On Saturday, October 11, 2008, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., American Security Programs will present a “Financial Fraud” seminar.  The cost is $35.  Topics will include mortgage fraud and other common fraud schemes.  You will learn about interviewing real estate professionals, buyers, sellers, loan officers and real estate appraisers.

The good news is that the speaker is Bill Stollhans who is the former Chief Financial Officer of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as well former Assistant Director.  Mr. Stollhans is now a licensed private investigation business owner.  His company is Potomac Investigative Services LLC.  Mr. Stollhans has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement and investigations.  Mr. Stollhans is a member of PIAVA and is the past president.

Read all about the program financialfraud here.  If you need continuing education as a private investigator, don’t miss this.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA www.piava.org

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Competitive Intelligence–The Best Guide

Posted by Bill on April 7, 2008

  Sabrina Pacific, publisher of llrx.com, recently updated her “Competitive Intelligence – A Selective Resource Guide.”  The Guide has links to dozens of research areas from search engines to webstie trackers.  If you do research to find information on the internet, check this out: CI Guide

Bill Lowrance
President PIAVA
Information Insights Inc., McLean, VA

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All You Want To Know About Taxes

Posted by Bill on April 4, 2008

irs  PIAVA member Ann Fourt, a CPA, private investigator and all around smart person, summarizes and gives quickly digestible information about the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008. Do you have questions about how much $$$$ the government will send you for nothing? Do you want to know when you will get your $$$$$?

The Stimulus Payments – Things to Keep in Mind
Most of us have heard quite a bit about the Economic Stimulus Act of 2008. Over 130 million American households will receive stimulus payments beginning in May 2008. Retailers are already planning how to get us to spend it with them.

The basic outline of the program is that single taxpayers may receive a payment of $600, if their adjusted gross income (AGI) is no more than $75,000. The payment phases out by 5% for AGI exceeding $75,000 (for a taxpayer with no children, that means the stimulus payment goes to zero at $87,000 of AGI).Married taxpayers may receive a benefit of $1,200 if their AGI is no more than $150,000, subject to the same phase-out of 5% for AGI exceeding $150,000.

Taxpayers with children under age 17 at 12/31/07 may receive an additional $300 per dependent. Thus, for example, a married couple with two children under age 17 with AGI of $160,000 can still look forward to receiving a stimulus payment of $1,300.

Rather than trying to remember all these rules, you can take advantage of an online calculator that the IRS has created on its Web site that asks you for the relevant information, and then estimates what your stimulus payment will be. The online calculator is at IRS Calculator

You must file a 2007 tax return with the IRS to receive the stimulus payment, even if you owe no tax or are not required to file. You must have at least $3,000 of qualifying income (need not be taxable income), such as wages, self-employment income, nontaxable combat pay, Social Security benefits/Railroad retirement benefits, or veterans’ payments. The IRS has announced the timetable for the stimulus payments. Taxpayers who use direct deposit for their 2007 tax return refund will receive their stimulus payment up to two months earlier than those who do not.

For tax returns filed by April 15, 2008, taxpayers who specify that their 2007 tax return refund is to be direct deposited into a bank account will receive their stimulus payment the fastest, based by Social Security number as follows:

Last Two Digits of Social Security Number:

Stimulus Payment Deposit to your bank by:

00-20

May 2, 2008

21-75

May 9, 2008

76-99

May 16, 2008

If you will be receiving a paper check stimulus payment (see below for further on this), the following timetable applies:

Last Two Digits of Social Security Number:

Stimulus Payment Paper Check in the Mail by:

00-09

May 16

10-18

May 23

19-25

May 30

26-38

June 6

39-51

June 13

52-63

June 20

64-75

June 27

76-87

July 4

88-99

July 11

Some things to keep in mind about the stimulus payment:

      

 

 

  • If you select direct deposit for your 2007 income tax refund, the stimulus payment will automatically be deposited into that account.
  • If you do not request a tax refund by direct deposit on your 2007 income tax return, you will be sent a paper check.
  • If you’ve moved since filing your 2007 tax return, notify the IRS of your new address with Form 8822.
  • Even if you are not due a refund on your 2007 income tax return, filling out the bank account information will allow your stimulus payment to be direct deposited to your bank account.
  • If your 2007 income tax refund is to be direct deposited into an IRA account, your stimulus payment will be deposited there too.  Be careful with this!
  • If you use direct deposit for your tax return refund and your bank account information later changes, typically the stimulus payment direct deposit will be rejected.  After the IRS receives a rejection notice, the payment will be converted to a paper check and mailed to you.  This will delay your receipt of the payment.
  • If you choose direct debit to pay your 2007 tax bill, the account information will not be used for the direct deposit of the stimulus payment.  You will receive a paper check for your stimulus payment.
  • If you used direct deposit to split your 2007 income tax refund between several accounts, you will not receive your stimulus payment by direct deposit; instead, you will receive a paper check.  This will delay your receipt of the payment.
  • If you received a Refund Anticipation Loan (RAL) from your tax preparer, you cannot receive your stimulus payment by direct deposit and instead will get a paper check.
  • If you owe a balance due on your 2007 tax return that is less than the expected stimulus payment, you cannot use your economic stimulus payment to offset the balance due on your tax return.  If you delay payment of the tax balance due, penalties and interest will accrue between April 15th and the date the balance due is paid, regardless of the stimulus payment.
  • If you did not qualify for a stimulus payment based on your 2007 income tax return, you may qualify for a payment in 2009 based on your 2008 tax return.  The 2008 tax return instructions will include a worksheet to help you determine if you can obtain a benefit when you file your 2008 tax return next year.
  • If you have outstanding balances due from other tax years or for other obligations (such as child support), part or all of the stimulus payment may be used to pay past-due federal or state income taxes or non-tax federal debt such as student loans or child support.  If this occurs, you will receive a letter explaining how the stimulus payment was applied.
  • The IRS will be sending taxpayers two explanatory notices regarding the stimulus payment.  The first notice will inform recipients that the IRS is preparing to disburse payments beginning in May; the second notice will inform the recipient how much to expect in payment and when it should arrive.

 

 

 

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A Dead Fish A Rose–Origin Of Pellicano Case

Posted by Bill on March 24, 2008

pellicano.jpg  On June 20, 2002, journalist Anita Busch found a note saying “Stop” taped to her car, a fish and a rose in a tin tray on the hood of her car and a bullet-like hole in the windshield.  This incident started the long series of events that led to the federal investigation and prosecution of Hollywood private investigator Anthony Pellicano.

Ms. Busch will testify in the ongoing Pellicano trial, but she has given her first interview since 2002 to the New York Times.  Read the interesting story Click here NY Times.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc.
McLean, VA

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Proving Adultery In Virginia

Posted by Bill on March 18, 2008

justice.jpg  Fairfax County, VA, Circuit Court Judge Michael P. McWeeny issued an opinion letter granting a divorce in which one of the parties alleged the other party committed adultery.  Proving adultery in Virginia is not easy, and alleging adultery as a ground for divorce in Virginia is not common.

This published opinion letter, see VA Lawyers Weekly, was issued in December 2007.  The parties in the case had been married for 35 years and the husband and wife were 65 and 60, respectively.  The court found the evidence of adultery was supported by a private investigator’s testimony and surveillance video.  The evidence reflected that the husband was observed coming and going from the home of his “friend,” grocery shopping with her and remaining until late evening in her home.  There was no direct evidence of husband spending the night with his “friend,” nor were they ever observed making displays of public affection (often proof of adultery in Virginia).

The “killer” evidence was that husband was seen coming out of his “friend’s” home on two occasions in a “state of partial undress.”  One time he was seen in pants with no shirt.  Then, he was seen coming out of the house in only his tee-shirt and boxer-style underwear.  From all of the above circumstances, the court found that husband, indeed, did commit adultery.  Read the case Here VA Lawyers Weekly

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Private Investigator Still Missing In Iran–Bob Levinson Find Him

Posted by Bill on March 13, 2008

levinson_primary.jpg  kishmap_1.jpg  Bob Levinson lived in Florida and worked as a private investigator.  On March 9, 2007, he disappeared.  Bob was working on a cases that took him to the Iranian resort island of Kish.  On March 9th, Bob checked out of his hotel, and his wife and children have not heard from him since.

Bob retired from a career as a Special Agent with the FBI in 1998.  He ran a small private investigation firm, and he often had cases involving international work.  That is why Bob was in Iran.  He was investigating a case and following leads that took him there.  The US State Department and the FBI made official inquiries to the government of Iran, but the Iranian government says they do not know anything about Bob’s disappearance.  The State Department and the FBI continue on with their investigation, but they have developed no information about Bob’s disappearance or whereabouts. 

Christine Levinson, Bob’s spouse, and the oldest of their seven children travelled to Iran a few months ago looking for Bob.  They met with government officials, passed out fliers and talked with anyone who came into contact with Bob.  All was to no avail, however, Bob is still missing. 

If anyone has information about Bob Levinson, please call the nearest FBI office.

Details about Bob and the disappearance are on a web page Click Here helpboblevinson.com.

Latest news articles Click Here and Click Here

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

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Colorado Private Investigator Arrested Using Tracking Device

Posted by Bill on March 7, 2008

gps_tracking_diagram.jpg  According to a news article in the Summit Daily News, a private investigator from Glenwood Springs, CO, was arrested Thursday after placing a tracking device on a car.  The tracking device was for a divorce case the investigator was working.  A witness saw the investigator crawl under an SUV and then drive away.  The witness called the police who found the device attached under the SUV. The police treated the unknown device as a bomb, evacuating the area and calling in the bomb squad.   Read the whole story Click Here See also Denver TV News

Some people use GPS tracking devices.  The devices are place in a concealed area of a vehicle.  The location of the vehicle is available via computer from a remote location–say in your office.  The use of these GPS tracking devices is questionable from a legal point of view.  PIAVA does not recommend using such devices; nor authorizes such use.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc. McLean, VA

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Traffic Cameras–See Where You Are Going

Posted by Bill on March 3, 2008

traffic3.jpg  If you have to travel, check out the traffic first. PIAVA member, Ed Leary of E.R. Leary & Associates LLC, Fairfax, VA, ER Leary & Assoc., sent in this great travel planning site for driving in your area. Thousands of traffic cameras are available to view road and freeway conditions in all states and the District of Columbia. You can select the state and cities to view. The traffic camera picture is update every 2 seconds. There is even a pay service that allows you to get the pictures and information on your cell phone or Blackberry device. This is great for efficiently driving about your local terrain. See TrafficLand

From the site:  “TrafficLand launched its public website on Monday, September 10, 2001, feeding video from 32 roadside cameras in Northern Virginia. The tragic events of the next day immediately made TrafficLand.com an invaluable tool for area residents seeking to evacuate the city after the attack on the Pentagon and local media seeking reliable information about ground conditions. The one day old TrafficLand public website met the challenge. The company has since built a record of success in each of its market segments and today provides live video from thousands of cameras worldwide.”

Drive carefully,

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc. 
McLean, VA

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Latest Intrigue On Pellicano’s Trial

Posted by Bill on March 1, 2008

justice.jpg  The US Attorney’s office filed a pre-trial document on Friday in prelude to the Pellicano trial next week.  The LA Times ran this story Click her for story  and See latest March 19 story 

As you may remeber Pellicano is Hollywood’s PI who got into serious trouble for doing illegal wiretaps, threats, guns, explosives–you name it.  The indictment speakes for itself.  

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc.
McLean, VA

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R U A Faithful PIAVA Reader? Get FEED

Posted by Bill on February 22, 2008

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If you want to receive updates when new posts come to PI CHATTER or PIAVA, I have placed a Feed button and an e-mail option on the right column.  Click to add to your reader or get e-mail when new items are posted.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc.
McLean, VA

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Latest Anthony Pellicano News

Posted by Bill on January 30, 2008

justice  Latest news and happens in the Pellicano trial situation in Los Angeles.  LA Times Story Pellicano is the infamous PI in Los Angeles sitting in jail for all kinds of alleged illegal activities.  He was indicted by the USG on many alleged violations.  Previously posted Here  and Here

 Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Isights Inc.

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Private Investigator’s Investigation Re-Opens Murder Case

Posted by Bill on January 23, 2008

justice.jpg  A New Haven Advocate story tells of private investigator Gerald O’Donnell’s investigation that may prove two men not guilty of a New Haven, CN, murder committed in 1993. 

 “The families of Taylor and Gould say that none of this would have happened if it weren’t for the “brilliant mind” of a private investigator named Gerald O’Donnell. O’Donnell, a retired Cheshire police officer and former inspector with Dearington’s office, is a workaholic with an obsessive attention to detail. He worked at the State’s Attorney’s office during the Vega murder investigation but, near retirement, was on the periphery of the case, he says.

O’Donnell was hired by Taylor’s defense attorney to look into the case and for three years has compiled news accounts, scoured records and tracked down witnesses never interviewed by the police. O’Donnell became convinced that Taylor and Gould had not committed the crime and compiled a 400-page binder of evidence that, he believes, will free them. In early November, O’Donnell handed the binder over to Dearington’s office.”  Click here to read whole story

Great work by O’Donnell.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

Information Insights Inc.

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Ultimate Future II Surveillance Tech

Posted by Bill on January 13, 2008

 Professional investigators often have cases calling for sophisticated non-detectable surveillance.  The surveillance is conducted in a legal manner and is used as evidence in court.  I stumbled upon a robotic surveillance system that is brand and new recently announced by WowWee, a Hong Kong based company, WowWee Wikipedia, at a recent tech show.  The device will be in the market place in Summer or Fall 2008.

Called Rovio, this device has WiFi control, GPS type system, three omnidirectional wheels, video camera and audio transmission.  You can control Rovio with your computer, view video and listen to audio from Rovio.  Rovio will, for example, roam around your house to any location, and transmit video to your computer.  You can see, real time, whatever Rovio sees.  While this may not be surveillance equipment right now, it is indicative what the future holds for professional investigator surveillance tools.  Below are two videos for your viewing.  The first is a explanation and demonstration of Rovio by the CEO of WowWee.  The next video is another robot product WowWee produces–a remote controlled flying dragonfly.  The dragonfly is not a surveillance device.  But, I thought that if WowWee combines the Rovio capabilities with the dragonfly, surveillance in the private investigation or security industry, in the future, will be very interesting. 

I read a recent article that the US military has developed similar dragonfly surveillance technology that will have high resolution cameras and fly around via remote control allowing secret surveillance.  One problem the military faced was a power supply for the flying robot.  The robot needs enough power to maintain long flights.  The military is solving this by directing the device to “dock” or land on power lines.  The wings will drop and the device will look like some trash is on the powerline.  The device will recharge using the electrical fields transmitted by the powerline. 

Check this out.  Any thoughts?

CEO explains Rovio

See Dragonfly in action

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

president at piava dot org

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Surveillance Worked Here

Posted by Bill on January 11, 2008

doh.jpg  A Massachusetts appeals court affirmed dismissal of a legal secretary’s disability lawsuit against Peabody & Arnold, a law firm, based on evidence turned up by a private detective. The secretary, Teresa Brooks, claimed she had a disabling spinal condition, but the detective videotaped her “working in her yard, repeatedly bending over, carrying heavy bundles, walking up and down stairs without difficulty, and walking without a limp or a cane,” the Massachusetts Appeals Court wrote. 

See full story ABA Journal News

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

president at piava.org

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Attorneys–Love Them or Hate Them, You Got To Have Them

Posted by Bill on January 10, 2008

lawoffice.jpg  Very good resource for locating attorneys using various directories, the usual suspects, plus State websites that you can search membership.   Click Here LLRX for article:  See LLRX.com for great resources.

Locating Lawyers (including Corporate Counsel): A Brief Overview of Attorney Directories and a 50 State Survey of Online State Bar Directories by Scott Russell

Keep looking.

Bill Lowrance

President PIAVA

president at piava org

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