Certified Criminal Defense Investigator

FYI-Just received certification after 40-hour training at CDI Academy…I am really jazzed about receiving the certification and training which enhances my investigative abilities and skills.  This was intense training in forensic science, witness interviews, site inspections, report writing, mitigation, and much more…will tell more in next blog…Stay in touch,,,-RLM

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Now for: Prediction #2

Now that we have discovered allegations and claims from FBI sources, it appears that President-elect Trump may be in some pretty hot water regarding alleged ties with Russia…this leaves him defending his positions to the American public and the international community…His recorded statements of “Putin seems to be a smart man…”  This comment is, at […]

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2017-Predictions in the area of workplace investigations

Trump!!!  Really, people???  Ok, now that I have got that out of my system…Have you noticed that during the “election” there was all this discontent among the races and how some factions pointed fingers, manifested blame, and claimed that “they were tired of accepting PC attitudes” and became rude, uncivil, and couched this in their […]

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Did you know….

Did you know that employers can obtain restraining orders to protect their employees from violence in the workplace?  Additionally, that according to the ground-breaking decision of Kaiser Foundation Hospitals v. Wilson (Fourth District Division, One December 5, 2011, “all relevant evidence must be considered in such proceedings.  This means that the element of “hearsay testimony” […]

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Micro-management, monitoring employees, where is the trust in employment?

Are you aware of supervisors looking over your shoulder?  Do you, as supervisor or manager, “have to watch the store?”  Are you left thinking that your employer does not trust you or your actions in the workplace–a place that you have dedicated approximately 8 hours of your time and energies?   Are these actions demeaning to […]

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