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Program: “Financial Fraud Florida-Style”

Florida seems to attract fraudsters of all stripes. Who are they? How they get away with it (when they do)? How they get caught? How fast do they adapt to changing laws, enforcement, and investigation methods? How much do they haul in? How does a Ponzi scheme work (and fail)? How in the world are these cons … well, confident enough to do it? What are the latest rip-off trends? Learn all this, PLUS hear fascinating cases from a leading national authority on fraud investigation.

Rory McMahon is vice president of The Grafton Group, a nationally recognized investigative firm based in Florida with over a 100 investigators throughout the southeast.

012 Facts & Forensics



The Importance of Forensic Photography
 Host Dean Beers will discuss the importance of forensic photography – effective scene photography, autopsy and injury photography, and reviewing photographs for our equivocal death investigations and civil, criminal and probate cases.

But first, Dean will update listeners with recent legislative news from the National Council of Investigation & Security Services, and some exciting news from their agency.

Finally, Dean welcomes his returning guest, Darren Dake of Coroner Talk, to talk about his new book – Autoerotic Fatalities. WARNING – graphic content presented in a mature and professional manner!



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This month your host Tim O’Rourke spends some time with one of the best friends ,and tireless advocates of the professional investigator, Jimmie Mesis.

During the program Jimmie shares some insight for both new, and seasoned private investigators alike, on topics ranging from marketing and growth for your business, to some of the hottest new trends and tools for our field.

Spend some time with us to get some quality information. If you get a chance attend one of Jimmie’s presentation if you have not already.

012 Investigators Hotline



Rory interviews Carlton Joyce a partner practicing in Bouhan Falligant’s litigation practice group, since 1993. Mr. Joyce’s litigation practice concentrates in the areas of aviation law, products liability, insurance defense, medical malpractice defense, and business litigation. He is admitted to practice in all federal and state courts in Georgia, the U.S. Supreme Court, and serves on the Federal Court Advisory Panel for the Southern District of Georgia. Before joining the firm in 1993, Mr. Joyce practiced for three years with the Atlanta law firm of Long, Weinberg, Ansley & Wheeler.