As a Process Server, we are responsible for delivering legal court documents to notify someone about their required appearance in court. Our impartial role ensures the notification is in writing, unbiased, and not intended to embarrass or deceive the recipient. We uphold an individual’s legal right to due process by ensuring proper notification in legal proceedings.
Criminal Defense Investigations
Law Enforcement & Government support only
Our investigators have the ability to locate assets prior to a decision to litigate or after litigation to enforce a judgment. We use the most technologically advanced databases available to investigators.
Civil Litigation Support
Our experienced investigators conduct litigation support for law firms, general counsel, legal departments and corporations. We have the know-how and experience to quickly locate and interview potential witnesses in time-sensitive litigation situations such as depositions, opposing expert witnesses and cross-examinations. An in-depth background investigation can be completed on all witnesses for trial preparations.
Through our partners, we offer a wide selection of polygraph services to civil and criminal attorneys, law enforcement agencies, private persons in domestic, family and fidelity issues, and providers involved in the supervision of convicted sex offenders and narcotic offenders. We can conduct polygraph examinations anywhere with a suitable testing location.
Note: Ca Labor Code 432.2 reads: (a) No employer shall demand or require any applicant for employment or prospective employment or any employee to submit to or take a polygraph, lie detector or similar test or examination as a condition of employment or continued employment. The prohibition of this section does not apply to the federal government or any agency thereof or the state government or any agency or local subdivision thereof, including, but not limited to, counties, cities and counties, cities, districts, authorities, and agencies.
(b) No employer shall request any person to take such a test, or administer such a test, without first advising the person in writing at the time the test is to be administered of the rights guaranteed by this section.