The president of LSR Investigations spent seventeen years investigating child abuse/sexual
assault cases. This included working hand in hand with the Division of Youth and
Family Services and testifying in court. In these types of cases, the person that
interviewed the child is subject to a “Taint” hearing. What this means is that the
interviewer has to prove that the child gave a credible statement without any influence
or undue suggestions by the investigator. Not once did the president of LSR Investigations
lose this type of hearing. All interviews conducted of children through LSR Investigations
are conducted in the same format that has proven successful in court, every time.
Too many times children are used as pawns during custody disputes. Let LSR Investigations
interview your children the same as she would for any case and help determine what
is really going on!