Prison Break Investigations is comprised of a group of former local and federal law enforcement officers, supervisors, and detectives. The Owner and Chief Investigator, Billy Lane, alone has over 20-years of experience in Law Enforcement as a Patrol Officer, an Undercover Police Detective and as a Federal Task Force Officer assigned to the United States Department of Homeland Security.
Each one of our former Law Enforcement Officers at Prison Break Investigations has their own area of specialty to include;
PEER TO PEER CHILD PORN SHARING CASES
SEX TRAVELER CASES
USE OF CONFIDENTIAL SOURCES
COMPUTER FORENSIC CASES
CELL PHONE TRACKING
IMPORTATION OF COUNTERFEIT GOODS
STORE FRONT INVESTIGATIONS
TRAFFIC ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION
TRAFFIC HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION
DUI/DRE (DRUG RECOGNITION EXPERT) INVESTIGATIONS
POLICE POLICY AND PROCEDURE
POLICE INTERNAL AFFAIRS INVESTIGATION
SERIOUS FELONY AND CAPITAL MITIGATION
Our team of investigators has a combined total of over 80 years of law enforcement experience which will be the solid foundation on which we will assist you in developing your client’s defense. Most of our investigators retired from law enforcement with 20 plus years of distinguished service to their communities.
Prison Break Investigations has committed its resources to Criminal Defense work for criminal defense attorneys. Although we do offer other investigations, our firm primarily focuses on cases where the defendant is indigent.
The Justice Administration Commission (JAC) is the branch of the government of the State of Florida that regulates funding for individuals who have been deemed indigent and are unable to pay for certain parts of their criminal defense. This includes Private Investigators, Transcriptions, and other Specialists. The difference between the two types of cases can be confusing. Court Appointed Cases (CAC) are pretty straight forward. Court Appointed Cases are cases assigned to private attorneys from an established list due to a conflict. Indigent For Cost (IFC) cases are a little more complicated. IFC cases are cases where the client or family member pays a private attorney for their services, but the client is still deemed indigent and qualify for the financial services of JAC for private investigators, specialists, and transcripts. If you an attorney and are unfamiliar with the Florida Justice Administration Commission (JAC), we encourage you to visit their website to learn more on how they could help fund your criminal defense case for your indigent clients.
Prison Break Investigations has several years of experience working indigent criminal defense cases. We work at the JAC rate on indigent cases.