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Do You Have to Use a Private Investigator to Prove Contempt of Court?

By Ben Stevens

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Question:  I want to file a contempt action to prove that someone is violating a Court Order.  If I have someone take pictures to help prove this violation, does that person have to be a licensed private investigator? Answer:  Evidence of a violation of a court order can come from anyone with first-hand knowledge.  If photos are being used for that purpose, the person taking them can introduce them at a hearing, and that person is not required to be a licensed private investi read more

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