A Michigan private investigator can legally use GPS vehicle tracking in Michigan in many types of cases
Michigan GPS vehicle tracking is an effective surveillance tool in many situations, but it has legal limitations and is best employed by a licensed Michigan private investigator. As many guess, GPS vehicle tracking is frequently used to determine where a potentially unfaithful spouse or employee is actually at. This evidence can not only assist you in making sound decisions, it can also be used as evidence in court.
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If you suspect infidelity in a relationship, a GPS vehicle tracking device may provide you with immediate answers to your concerns, may help with physical surveillance by an investigator or can lead to additional sources of information. As with most technology based solutions, GPS trackers provide information about where a vehicle in approximately located, but it cannot tell you who is in the car or what they are doing.
Excerpt of the Michigan Law regarding GPS Vehicle Tracking in Michigan
1) (c) While being the restrained party under a protective order, tracks the location of a motor vehicle operated or occupied by an individual protected under that order with a tracking device.
(d) While on probation or parole for an assaultive crime or a violation of section 81(3) or (4) or section 81a(2) or (3), tracks the location of a motor vehicle operated or occupied by a victim of that crime or by a family member of the victim of that crime without the knowledge and consent of that victim or family member. TRACKING IS ILLEGAL (except)
2) (j) Except as provided in subsection
(3), the installation or use of a tracking device by a professional investigator or an employee of a professional investigator lawfully performing his or her duties as a professional investigator or employee of a professional investigator for the purpose of obtaining information with reference to any of the following:
(i) Securing evidence to be used before a court, board, officer, or investigating committee.
(ii) Crimes or wrongs done, threatened, or suspected against the United States or a state or territory of the United States or any other person or legal entity.
(iii) Locating an individual known to be a fugitive from justice.
(iv) Locating lost or stolen property or other assets that have been awarded by the court.
If you are faced with the need for surveillance services in Michigan and are considering using a GPS tracker, we encourage you to call us and discuss having this conducted by a professional who understands that law and has reliable, accurate equipment. GPS vehicle tracking in Michigan.
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