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Facts and Figures relating to Britain’s Most Expensive Legal Trial

What an interesting week it has been with Rebekah Brooks being cleared of all charges against her whilst Andy Coulson, her former colleague, was found guilty of conspiring to hack phones and will be sentenced next week with three former colleagues Greg Miskiw, Neville Thurlbeck , James Whetherup and private detective, Glenn Mulcaire, all of

Matt Thomas says not all Private Investigators are Grimy, Disgusting and Sick Individuals

Matt Thomas has his say………The other day I was reading a blog where someone was stating that all private investigators are ‘grimy, disgusting and sick individuals’. This is something that we as, decent, professional private investigators, have to contend with. With all the negative press private investigators have been getting these past few years I

Madeleine McCann News – UK Police granted permission to dig for Evidence

The Metropolitan Police has been granted permission to dig for evidence at the Holiday resort where Madeleine McCann disappeared from over seven years ago. Specialist radar equipment will be used to examine several suspect areas in Praia da Luz. The areas of interest are believed to be a beach and areas surrounding the apartment where

Another Satisfied and Happy Client

“Thank you very much, you have reunited our family and we are all so very very happy now” Mrs K from Italy. March 2014   Expert Trace Investigations North Court Investigations were recently instructed by a family from Italy who had previously instructed a private investigator in their own country to find a close family

6 private investigators who left a lasting legacy

Private investigators have made their way into some of the biggest TV shows, movies and books in history. Whether it’s The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew or the iconic Sherlock Holmes, fictional private investigators have become an integral part of modern culture. However, like all the best fiction, their stories were inspired by real life. Private