Guns, Gams & Gumshoes

A defense attorney & PI who also happen to be writers

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Tips for Researching the Internet and Avoiding Haunted House Lawsuits

Posted by Writing PIs on October 25, 2011

Today we’re guests at Defrosting Cold Cases, one of our favorite sites on the ‘net. We streamlined one of our online classes about researching the Internet to highlight various goverment, business, social media and Deep Web searches and databases. Click on link below to read the article and test-drive the links:

Surfing the Net, Part 2 by Colleen Collins & Shaun Kaufman

And for those of you who morph your homes into Haunted Houses for Halloween, here’s a handy article with tips on safeguarding your home and avoiding lawsuits:

Haunted Houses Don’t Scare Lawyers! by Shaun Kaufman

Boo! Have a great week, Writing PIs


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