a division of Discovery Groups, LLC
Discovery Detective Group
CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS are complex investigations that utilize many investigative techniques and sources to solve.
Some of the most common types investigated are:
No Stone Left Unturned
Discovery specializes in investigating complex high profile cases
Yes we accept collect calls and inmate mail
Criminal Defense Investigations
Call for a FREE CONSULT to see if we are a match and if we will take on your case. We limit the number of Criminal investigations we take on at one time.
Note: if you are in jail or prison please remember the call will be recorded and it is not privileged until we have a contract or are appointed to you. Legal mail is often read, non legal mail is always read and is not confidential. Conversations cell side and in an interview room are also recorded. There are cameras in the hallways and on your day room. Anything can be used against you. Do not talk to anyone outside of your legal team about the specifics of your case or anything that could be incriminate you. This goes for family, friends, cell mates.
Investigation & Collection of Evidence in support of our Client's case
Our team of Experienced Expert Investigators analyze the facts and evidence to determine the best course of investigation to support your case. Our team consists of investigators with 20 + years of experience, analysts, paralegals, mitigation specialists, experts, and interns.
Our team has the time and the knowledge to really work on your case.
Our Criminal Defense Investigations start with a thorough case analysis
Elements of investigation that may be used in your defense include:
Contraband can be planted by anyone. If formally charged time is of the essence to get the video from around your cell and to get the OJ reports for the past few weeks. Do not wait to get help investigating, collecting evidence, interviewing witnesses, because the evidence can be overwritten as soon as two weeks if not preserved, and cell mates are often moved.
A Deadly weapon charge can give a sentence of up to 15 years.