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Private Investigation Services
If you’ve been arrested on suspicion of DUI in Colorado, it doesn’t automatically mean that you will also be convicted of a DUI. There are many different rules that can affect the outcome of your case. There are also many defenses available to those who have been arrested on suspicion of a DUI. Here are a few:
1: Your Colorado DUI breath test was inaccurate
Breath tests are renown for giving false positive results for a number of reasons. A false result can be caused by many factors including your diet, health conditions, and whether or not you have consumed other substances that contain alcohol (like mouthwash). External factors like the temperature of the room can also cause a false positive.
2: Your Colorado DUI breath testing procedures weren’t correctly followed
There are strict procedures surrounding DUI breath tests to ensure that the results are accurate. If these procedures are not properly followed then it can be argued that the reading of the breath test is false.
Procedural errors associated with a DUI breath test may include:
- The breathalyzer not being properly calibrated
- The officer administering the test was not properly trained on how to administer the test
- The operator did not observe you for 20 minutes before conducting the test
- You were not tested within 2 hrs of the stop
- Accurate records of the result were not kept
3: There was no probable cause for your traffic stop
Before you can be pulled over and detained for a DUI investigation, arrested for a DUI, DWAI, or UDD, or even required to take any evidentiary chemical test (like the breathalyzer test, for example), a law enforcement officer must have probable cause for pulling you over in the first place.
Probable cause means that an officer has reasonable suspicion or belief that you are engaged in criminal activity. Without first having probable cause, an officer is not legally allowed to build a case against you.
If an officer can be proven to have pulled you over without probable cause, then the evidence they obtain after pulling you over can be thrown out of court.
4: You were not advised of your Miranda rights
Miranda rights play an important role in the process included in an arrest. If you have been arrested, and the officer is conducting a custodial interrogation, then they must read you your Miranda rights. If you have not had your Miranda rights read to you, then anything you do say needs to be excluded from evidence. It’s important to keep in mind, however, that anything you say prior to your arrest—and therefor prior to your Miranda rights being read to you—can and likely will be used against you in a court of law.
Death investigations are some of the most complex and emotional investigations an investigator can undertake. It takes a highly skilled private detective to investigate the incident and to determine the actual cause of the death.
Homicide or Accidental Death: I investigated what appeared to be a homicide. The husband found his wife dead on the floor of the kitchen. The body was in a semi-fetal position, there were ligature marks on her neck and there was a cigarette butt stuck to the end of her nose. The husband claimed that he and his wife argued after she got home late from the bar and was intoxicated. He went to bed, but later got worried when she didn’t come upstairs. He said he went downstairs and it was dark and he tripped over something as he was reaching for the light switch. When he turned on the light, he discovered her body on the floor. In the course of the investigation, I was able to determine that the female died from accidental asphyxiation. Due to her intoxication, she was bent over the trash can in the kitchen, which was full and near the top were several dozen cigarette butts. Sometime during the process of her bending over the trash can, she lost consciousness and accidentally asphyxiated herself on the edge of the trash can due to her body weight. The marks on her neck and forensic evidence proved this truth. When the husband came downstairs, she was already dead and tripped over her body, which caused her to fall over from her original position. The cigarette butt that was on her nose was from the trash can which stuck to her as she fell over to the ground. That cigarette butt, and its position, were vital clues in determining the outcome of the investigation. This was an accident, not a homicide. You can imagine the importance of getting this case solved correctly!
Suicide or Accidental Death: I investigated what appeared to be a suicide by hanging. The adult male had been dead for several hours and was found hanging from a basement rafter with a crude noose around his neck. In the course of the investigation, it was determined that the male died from what was known as Erotic Asphyxiation. This was an accident, not a suicide. Why is this important?
- Peace for the family in knowing what really happened.
- Insurance companies sometimes do not pay out claims on suicides, so it was important to get to the truth and investigate every piece of evidence available, to include interviewing family and friends.
Our Colorado private investigators have experience in hundreds of cases in cheating spouse and infidelity investigations. A suspicious relationship, even with no affair, has almost no chance for growth and trust. Our team of Colorado PI’s are dedicated and want to help give you peace of mind and heart by discovering the truth.
- Approximately 20% of men say that they’ve cheated on their significant other.
- Approximately 13% of women admit to cheating on their significant other.
- 36% of men and women admit to having an affair with a coworker.
- People who have cheated before are 350% more likely to cheat again.
- 35% of men and women admit to cheating while on a business trip.
- 10% of affairs begin online.
- 40% of the time online affairs turn into real life affairs.
At Affirm Investigations, we are passionate, fearless and focused. Contact one of our Denver private investigators or Northern Colorado private investigators now for a free and confidential consultation. Don’t wait, call today and let us help you.
Criminal and Civil Investigations
A Criminal and Civil investigation demands the study of facts and seeks to discover the truth. Facts do not always lead to the truth and it is vital to analyze everything. It is equally important to remember that both the accuser and the accused have the right to present evidence. The evidence gathered during an investigation can help exonerate or implicate the party or parties involved.
Our private detectives are prepared to help you with your case.
When Do You Need a Criminal and Civil Private Investigator?
- Accused of a crime
- Civil litigation occurs after a criminal trial
- Prior investigations have produced little or no results
- Evidence gathering for criminal or civil defense
- Evidence gathering for a criminal or civil case
- Interviewing witnesses
- Impartially examine facts about a crime or civil case
Why Do You Need a Criminal and Civil Investigator?
- Protection from a potential injustice
- Criminal Investigators are typically not limited by jurisdiction
- Criminal Defense Investigators can obtain evidence of a wrongful conviction or accusation
- Exclusively dedicated to the investigation
- Impartially examine the case
- Criminal and Civil cases differ
- Crimes must generally be proved “beyond a reasonable doubt”
- Civil cases are proved by lower standards of proof such as “the preponderance of the evidence”
Some of the least reported crimes in Colorado are Sexual Abuse, Domestic Abuse, and Child Abuse. The physical and emotional torture of the abuse is horrifying, now imagine an improper investigation from inexperienced investigators!
The statistics are staggering, but what is even more disturbing is how many people get away with Abuse.
Don't wait! Call us now for a free and confidential consultation to see if we can help you.
Our Colorado private investigators have experience in a multitude of cases, such as: cheating spouse and infidelity investigations, child custody and domestic investigations, child and family abuse investigations and restraining and protective order violations. Using surveillance and other investigative methods, we can monitor and document activity with photos and video, such as: an affair, abuse, neglect, criminal activity, drug/alcohol abuse, and other actions that may be detrimental to you and your family.
Surveillance is one of the oldest techniques around, but it remains one of the most highly effective methods in use today. It can be used for all types of investigations, such as: cheating spouse, infidelity, fraud, workers' compensation, child custody, criminal and civil, family, domestic, and much more. Surveillance allows us to obtain and gather information while remaining in the shadows. Our investigators use some of the latest technology to discreetly and effectively gather the necessary information pertinent to your case.
Statements and Interviews
Our Colorado private investigators are seasoned interviewers and have extensive report writing experience. We obtain liability statements, witness statements, criminal and civil defense statements, person of interest statements, AOE/COE subrogation statements and more. All of our private investigators in Colorado are experienced in statement and interview techniques. All interviews are recorded unless requested otherwise.
Workers’ compensation fraud is an estimated $30 billion problem annually in the United States. Our Denver private investigators and Greeley private investigators are passionate about catching the guilty and exonerating the legitimately injured. We have a team of professional and experienced PI's that specialize in potential workers’ compensation fraud claims. We can help with AOE/COE interviews and statements, subrogation, insurance and liability cases.
Missing Person Investigations
In the event you find yourself in a position of needing to locate a missing person, such as a lost relative, evader, or person of interest, you need look no further. Our private investigators in Northern Colorado and Denver possess the expertise required to provide the results you seek quickly and efficiently. If you don’t know what to do, contact Affirm Investigations and let our experienced private detectives help you.
Property Crimes have always existed, but that doesn't mean you have to accept the loss of your valued items. Your hard work isn't for someone else to illegally profit from!
The taking, or attempting to take, anything of value under confrontational circumstances from the control, custody, or care of another person by force or threat of force or violence and/or putting the victim in fear or immediate harm.
Colorado Cases: 3,834
The unlawful taking, carrying, leading, or riding away of property from the possession, or constructive possession, of another person.
Colorado Cases: 109,458
The unlawful entry into a building or other structure with the intent to commit a felony or a theft.
Colorado Cases: 22,359
MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT
The theft of a motorized vehicle.
Colorado Cases: 22,208
At Affirm Investigations & Process Service, we pride ourselves in being a competitive, affordable and trusted Greeley process service company. We are able to serve your needs from small claims and garnishments, to subpoenas, evictions, divorce and much more. Our Northern Colorado process servers have the required knowledge of Colorado law, posses the skills and experience in difficult situations, and creativity to diffuse a potential subject.
Metal Detecting Services
Looking to hire a metal detecting service? Lost rings, jewelry, watches, keys, cell phones, necklaces, and more. Hire us to help you try and find what you lost.
Lost at beaches, parks, lakes and yards? Don't hesitate to call for your free consultation.
Your story doesn't have to end because you lost your valuables. Let us try and help.
Note: Beaches and public area jobs are high priority, because time is critical! The sooner a metal detecting specialist can search for your lost item, the better your chances of recovery.