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Mining the Internet's publicly available resources for investigative…

by Carole A. Levitt

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This complete, written for legal professionals, hands-on guide shares the secrets, shortcuts, and realities of conducting investigative and background research using the sources of publicly available information available on the Internet, whether free and fee-based…if you need to locate missing witnesses, clients or heirs or investigations, depositions or trial prep.
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