When Being An Investigator Gets Interesting

J.J. Gradoni recently interviewed one of our criminal Defendants at the Harris County Jail. The Defendant had lengthy criminal history and had a number of very serious pending charges that most likely could result in him spending the rest of his life in prison. The hardened criminal and gang member was very reluctant to discuss his participation in the cases at hand.

J.J. Gradoni Investigates

A few weeks after conducting the interview, J.J. received a letter from the Defendant, in which he apologized for being evasive during the meeting.

The Defendant went on to say,

“I feel as though you can be the key to my release. I know I was quiet and evasive during our session but I observed you and I like how you were frank and candid with me. I hope that upon my release, if possible, I can return the favor to you in some way. I know I seem small and quiet, but I assure you in some way I can help you either through deed or information. Thank you and God Bless You.”

I’m very flattered by the Defendant’s letter but I hope he realizes we still have to deal with the State’s evidence against him.

RESULT BASED ON INVESTIGATION: Just one of those things that happen to make our daily efforts so very interesting.

Return to the March 2015 Investigator’s Newsletter

When Being A Private Investigator Gets Interesting