Alabama’s modern, cyber-armed private detectives can write your history in 15 minutes with more than 50 pages of single-space detail.
By Emmett Burnett -July 12, 2019
Computers speed up records searches, but they don’t replace the value of face-to-face views of people and places, says Max Hansen. Photos by Brad McPherson
A Daphne, Alabama conference room houses a display like no other. The trophy case contains surveillance tools, data recovery systems and spy gadgetry of all descriptions. With tracking devices, bugging equipment and pinhole cameras, it is like stepping into James Bond’s attic, except 007 is fiction. Baldwin Legal Investigations is real.
How real? “Give me your name and birthdate,” says the firm’s owner and CEO, Max Hansen.