Expert Witnesses

With over 35 years of policing experience, we have developed a unique set of skills, experience, and knowledge of policing throughout the nation. We specialize in the review and analysis of police involved uses of force, officer involved shootings, internal affairs investigations and adjudication, and in-custody death investigations. We have consulted on many high-profile police involved incidents that resulted in civilian deaths.

During his law enforcement experience which spanned over three decades, our expert witness has consulted cities and police organizations alike throughout the nation. We have consulted on matters involving police uses of force, lethal and nonlethal, in-custody death investigations, police misconduct investigations and adjudications.

Our evolved experience has provided our expert witness with extensive personal and specialized training, experience, and knowledge of police operations and generally accepted police practices.

Our expert has participated in the use of force and internal affairs process from multiple perspectives that include the involved officer, the investigator, administrator, the reviewers and adjudicators perspective.

This has resulted in a much more robust understanding of the entire process.

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Our Expert Witness has experience working with a variety of law firms who represent their clients in state and federal courts alike.

The Criminal Investigation Experts at JR Investigations and Consulting Group may provide opinions on issues related to the conduct of a search stop or arrest without a warrant, consent or probable cause, bare minimum facts in police reports, neglection of Miranda Rights, failing to interview or contact percipient witnesses, failure to book important information into evidence, failing to follow proper procedures in the chain of custody of evidence, escalating a situation by use of force and related investigation issues.

Expert Criminal Investigators may provide forensic reviews of investigations in accusations of racial profiling, fabricating or exaggerating facts to support probable cause to issue a warrant, failure to specify the items to be seized, searching for items outside the scope of a warrant, seizing items outside the scope of a warrant, serving a warrant outside the hours it provides, serving the wrong person or at the wrong location. These experts may also testify on issues of exigent circumstances used to justify an arrest and arguments of unlawful arrest.