Listen to Rich Robertson and Ellis Armistead Reveal Death Penalty Investigation Best Practices, and Peter Psarouthakis and Alan Goodman on How to Market and Survive in a Mid Market

The January 2011 podcast of The American Private Investigator with your host, Paul Jaeb, features an API News Update with Mike McIntee, and a roundtable with Rich Robertson of R3 Investigations and Ellis Armistead of Heartland Investigative Group focusing on death penalty investigation, as well as upcoming industry events with Alan Goodman of Lawyers Investigating Service, Inc., and a critical legislative update by Peter Psarouthakis of ISPLA.

In the death penalty case roundtable, Rich and Ellis give in depth coverage about how they come upon and investigate death penalty cases, the ideal skill set and training for tackling both investigation and presentation of the case, and the challenges, practical aspects, and best practices for handling death penalty cases successfully while keeping the rest of your investigative practice intact.

Next, Alan Goodman uncovers the key upcoming industry events, and then joins Rich and Ellis to share his views on the benefits and potential pitfalls of handling death penalty investigations.

Peter Psarouthakis joins the podcast to talk about the current flurry of critical legislative activity affecting the investigative industry, how ISPLA monitors, tracks, and advocates, and how all investigators can get involved both as advocates and by joining ISPLA, gaining the additional benefit of ISPLA’s cost saving member insurance program.

Guests on the January 2011 podcast are:

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