December 2020

PI Training Institute Being Held On Feb. 26 and 27

Are you ready to take the plunge into the world of private investigations, but aren’t quite sure how to start?

Then you might want to take part in a training institute being held by the Professional Private Investigator Association of Colorado (PPIAC) on February 26 and 27.

Called the Colorado Investigative Development Institute, the training event ...

PI Arrested During Supposed Voter Fraud Investigation

By Simon Crittle

A private investigator hired to look into supposed voter fraud has been arrested in Texas for running an air conditioner repairman off the road.

Mark Aguirre, a former Houston police captain, believed the repairman, David Lopez-Zuniga, was transporting 750,000 fake ballots. In fact, all he had in his truck was air conditioner ...

Missing Colorado Mom’s Story Grips Crime Geeks, writes Simon Crittle

In the annals of true crime, the case of missing Salida mother, Suzanne Morphew, has recently captured the national imagination. America’s whodunnit sub-culture, a diverse collection of amateur sleuths and crime story geeks, is snooping around the intriguing case and is determined to figure out what really happened.

Not since JonBenet Ramsey’s 1996 death, in an upmarket ...

Permanent Remote Notary Rules A Step Closer

By Simon Crittle

A law that will allow Coloradans to have documents notarized remotely is a step closer to becoming permanent now that Secretary of State Jena Griswold​ has adopted amendments to Colorado Notary Program Rules, including remote notarization rules to implement Senate Bill 20-096.

The rules will become temporarily effective on December 31, 2020, and ...