When, as a Private Investigator, you’re called upon to testify in court about photos or videos you’ve taken on surveillance or an accident investigation (or any investigation), you will be asked if the evidence you’ve collected is a “fair and accurate representation of the scene at the time”.
Be prepared for this. Don’t let it throw you.
Just answer truthfully with the shortest answer possible. Usually that means just saying, “Yes”.
The attorney on your side will have prepared you for your testimony including what opposing council might ask you. So you don’t have anything to worry about. Just be truthful.
This is easy to do if you understand this before you start your investigation! If you’ve already decided to conduct your investigation legally and ethically, then you’ll be in good shape when you go to testify. Piece of cake!
I do have an excellent training video on must know tips for testifying in count. I hope you watch it and learn form it.
In the meantime, remember do the right thing even if it’s the hard thing.
Committed to your success and safety,
Larry Kaye, P.I.
P.S. – Don’t miss my special report titled… If You Want To be a Private Investigator Give Up… Unless You Do These Three Things. You can get it right here…