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Investigative Services

Investigative Services

Criminal & Civil Investigations

Homicide and Narcotic Investigations

Wrongfully Accused / Convicted

Crime Scene Reconstruction

Pro Per Defendants

Investigative and Security Consultants

Polygraph Examinations

Child Custody

Missing Persons

Surveillance Specialists

Workplace Investigations

Background Investations

Our Mission

Our Mission

The Bolaños Investigations Team, B.I.T., provides the highest quality of investigative services available. We serve our clients professionally and bring to bear the training, experience, and the ethical passion to succeed. The work that our Private Investigators do here at Bolaños Investigations Team is strictly confidential and stays between you and us. To better serve you, we have two convient locations in Los Angeles and Palm Springs California.

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(760) 799 - 1937


At Your Service

At Your Service

The Bolaños Investigations Team, B.I.T., is licensed and professionally trained in the arts of investigation and surveillance. In California, licensing is mandatory for private investigators in the same way that doctors and lawyers are licensed to practice. Stringent qualifications, intensive training and substantial experience are required to perform these services and to protect the public from those who do not have the experience or qualifications to do the job correctly and legally. With two locations in Palm Springs and Los Angeles (LA) California, our investigators are there for you when you need us.

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(760) 799 - 1937

Top Polygraph Operator

 

According to Dr. Phil  "Jack Trimarco is the the top polygraph operator on the globe"  A former FBI Special Agent and FBI polygraph examiner, Jack Trimarco has conducted over 3,500 polygraph examinations.  We here at GET BIT Investigations agree 150% with Dr. Phil's findings and conclusions on Mr. Jack Trimarco!

PAVE Ambassador

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Luis A. Bolaños appointed as Ambassador to PAVE!

Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment (PAVE) is a multi-chapter national 501c3 nonprofit organization that uses education and action to shatter the silence of sexual violence through targeted social, educational and legislative tactics.

Luis Bolaños and GET BIT team is honored and proud to be part of this organization.

PAVE’s mission is on-going and welcomes your support. For more information, please visit the Take Action section of our website. We have information specifically for individuals, campus or community activists, and affiliates. If you can’t get involved but still want to help, your financial support is always welcome.

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Saving Ryan Ferguson

Saving Ryan Ferguson: One Lawyer's Story

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Ryan Ferguson's release from prison last week after nearly 10 years of incarceration exposed a disturbing truth about the American criminal system: how difficult it is to overturn a conviction, even one based on tainted and possibly perjurious testimony.

Because of the odds against getting a conviction reversed and the incredible amount of work involved, few lawyers will take a case like Ferguson's, certainly not pro bono. Kathleen Zellner, a civil rights attorney with a reputation as a fighter, did both. Last week, Ferguson became her 15th wrongfully convicted client to walk out of prison.

Read more and watch the video, originally from CBS News

Uriah Courtney Freed

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The California Innocence Project at California Western School of Law started investigating Uriah’s case in the Fall of 2010 and determined that further DNA testing would be appropriate.  After all, 75% of DNA exonerations are the product of misidentifications.  At the time of Uriah’s conviction, the San Diego Sheriff’s Department performed DNA testing on the victim’s fingernail scrapings and her underwear, but did not obtain any meaningful results.

However, advancements in the sophistication of DNA technology have made great strides since 2004, strides that would allow testing on all of the victim’s clothing and which could isolate any male DNA from The victim’s DNA.

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Ex-Texas Prosecutor

Ex-Texas prosecutor first in history to be jailed for withholding evidence

A former Texas district attorney agreed Friday to serve 10 days in jail for withholding evidence that could have stopped an innocent man from going to prison for nearly 25 years — apparently the first time a prosecutor has been sent to jail for concealing evidence helpful to the defense.

Former Williamson County District Attorney Ken Anderson agreed to a plea deal that will also require him to pay a $500 fine and complete 500 hours of community service after state District Judge Kelly Moore found him in contempt of court for telling a trial judge in 1987 that he had no exculpatory evidence to hand over to lawyers for Michael Morton, whose conviction in his wife's death was overturned in 2011.

Read more and watch the video originally from NBC News

Becky Friedli Triple Homicide Investigation

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A facebook page has been created to help increase awareness for this unsolved triple homicide. Please visit the facebook page, leave a note, and spread the word. We believe that this case can be solved.

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Friedli Witness Comes Forward

Becky Friedli, 18, her mother Vickie Friedli, 53, and Vickie’s longtime boyfriend, Jon Hayward, 55, who the girls considered a stepfather, were killed the night of Sept. 17, 2006, in the mountainside community off Highway 74, backset down a rugged series of dirt roads.

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LA Man Cleared of Murder

LA Man Cleared of Murder After 34 Years in Prison

A Los Angeles man who spent the last 34 years in jail for murder has finally walked free after the sisters of the case's sole witness said their sibling lied in court.

Kash Delano Register, 53, emerged from Twin Towers downtown jail on Friday afternoon, smiling and clasping his mother's hand. He said he couldn't be bitter, even after spending decades behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.

Read more and watch the video orginally from ABC News