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  • Laura Wallace
    Aug 5, 1999
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      In the State of Florida, that would be a violation of statutes. Are the laws
      that different in California that you can act and work as a P.I. without
      carrying a licensed that is regulated by the Department of State? Sounds illegal
      to me.

      Charlotte wrote:

      > Linda,
      >
      > I live in SanDiego and I'm interested in your position , I am not a P.I but
      > work for a large P.I. firm. I do runaway cases, domestics,
      > counter-measures,
      > workers comp, Ins. fraud, records research. I enjoy my work and I'm very
      > aggresive with getting results. I would like to network with you if you
      > need anything done in La or San Diego area and vice versa. I have
      > contracts with several data bases and know where the court records. I just
      > need to find other
      > honest P.I's with integrity and modesty to work with?? let me know, I will
      > be glad to assist you with anything realating to my background and skills.
      >
      > Perry DiCarlo
      >
      > SanDIego, Calif.
      > ----- Original Message -----
      > From: Linda Walker <lwalker@...>
      > To: <Snaf001@...>
      > Cc: <infoguys-list@egroups.com>
      > Sent: Wednesday, August 04, 1999 8:00 PM
      > Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: info
      >
      > > Ron and I have had a little discussion off list and I thought others might
      > > be interested so I have put 3 posts together here.
      > >
      > > At 06:07 PM 8/4/99 EDT, Ron Schulte asks:
      > > Hi Linda i saw your post on the info list . What state do you live in ??
      > >
      > > Linda answers:
      > >
      > > I'm in San Francisco, CA. Why?
      > >
      > > At 08:46 PM 8/4/99 EDT, Ron Schulte wrote:
      > > I WAS curious because of the law here in Florida versus other state laws
      > >
      > > Linda answers:
      > > Why do you think there is some law that would preclude me from asking
      > > questions in Florida? I've never had a case there but I think an attorney
      > > can hire whom ever they like. I've worked in 4 states so far, all in the
      > > west and Texas. I do not represent myself as a PI. I use a letter of
      > > introduction from the attorney authorizing me to do research on the case.
      > > Do you mind if I put this discussion on list? Maybe others are interested
      > > in it.
      > >
      > > At 09:34 PM 8/4/99 EDT, Ron wrote:
      > > >No problem about the list thetas why we all join it (smile) .
      > > > But I see what you mean. An attorney can hire anyone he wants. I will
      > > >recommend the state of Florida home page to <A
      > > >HREF="http://licgweb.dos.state.fl.us/">Florida Department of State -
      > > >Licensing</A> explain what I mente. What is California law in regard to
      > the
      > > >definition of a PI? If I understand you correctly you do more of a
      > > paralegal
      > > >function am I right?
      > >
      > > Linda wrote:
      > > Actually no, not paralegal either. I have a hard time fitting in. I do
      > > more research into the case. It is more related to what a PI does as I
      > > sometimes go out and interview but I do not for instance tail people or
      > > video anyone. When a civil attorney gets a case and if they are naming a
      > > third party for negligent hiring then I am sometimes hired. In order to
      > > prove our side what needs to happen is to find evidence that the third
      > > party knew they were hiring someone who was a danger to children. Evidence
      > > of their prior notification. I seem to be pretty good at this.
      > > In California you can become a PI by taking a test and having so many
      > > hours working with another PI. I forget how many. I am considering doing
      > > that but I have no desire to carry a weapon or work on anything other than
      > > child abuse issues. Did you visit my website for a look at the cases I've
      > > worked on? That might help explain it. I also am focused on a rather
      > narrow
      > > aspect of the law and do not attempt to work on any cases but these very
      > > narrow and specific ones for which I have a unique set of knowledge gained
      > > by years of research in child abuse. It is because of this knowledge that
      > > an attorney is willing to hire me.
      > >
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