The outcome of a trial is determined by questions of fact and propositions of law. "Did
defendant deliberately and with premeditation stab victim in the chest with a knife in an
effort to kill him?" is an example of a fact question. "Stabbing a person to death intentionally
and with premeditation constitutes the crime of first degree murder." is an example of a
proposition of law.
In most litigation, questions of fact exert greater influence than propositions of law on the
litigation's outcome. The government has the burden of proof. They must prove beyond a
reasonable doubt all the elements of the crime (propositions of law).
Hawaii Private Investigators must discover facts and evidence that will refute the elements
of the crime charged against the defendant causing the trier of facts to doubt the evidence
as they apply to the fact questions in a lawsuit.
Hawaii Private Detectives should also consider whether there may be affirmative defenses
available. There are many recognized defenses to criminal liability, although the defenses
available to a particular defendant depend upon the crime charged. In an affirmative
defense, the defendant admits that what he did was wrong but argues that, under the
circumstances, he was not responsible for what he did.
Investigators must also assist the defense by testing the perception, memory, veracity, and
articulateness of witnesses against the defendant.
As investigators our job is to determine facts and find the truth. Our clients, usually
attorneys, depend on us to gather facts, evidence, and learn the truth of an issue. Our
record must be unblemished in order to establish credibility. As we are instructed in the
private investigative industry..."if we cannot attack the evidence, then we attack the credibility
of the witness." The facts, evidence and truth, as we determine may be against those that
we represent. Our job is to uncover those facts and turn it over to our client, the attorney, and
let him decide on how he/she wants to proceed.
|The Investigators, LLC
We do more, here at The Investigators, LLC than just take pictures. Knowledge of the criminal law, it's requisite
elements (Mens Rea, Actus Reus, Attendant Circumstances, and Causation) and their defenses are the foundation for
an investigator's perspicacity necessary for evidence discovery and acquisition. We have the experience and training
to do more than just take pictures. Our requisite professional credentials have earned us the compulsory credibility
necessary to educe cooperation from individuals with relevant and reliable information.
The Hawaii Private Investigators are trained and experienced with preparing cases for defense and prosecution.
Preparations include recognizing, developing, and presenting evidence that reconstructs events, sequences and time
elements for presentation to the trier of facts.
The Hawaii Private Detectives are trained and experienced with the sequences of Criminal and Civil trial, testifying
under direct and cross-examination and familiar with the strategies for excelling as a witness.
Our reports are comprehensive, thorough, and may include addenda of supporting documentation, videos,
photographs and/or drawings.
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Above all, we are committed to the axiomatic norms of professionalism. We believe in professionalism, integrity and ethical conduct in our
investigations and relations with those we serve.
We are available 24/7 and can meet you at a place and time of your choice and convenience.
We provide Free confidential consultations and can help you with an appropriate and legal plan of action and can tailor investigations to meet
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