IamA Private Investigator AMA!
My short bio: My name is Ricky Gurley and I'm a licensed Private Investigator in Missouri and owner of Risk Management Research and Investments LLC. (RMRI, LLC) I began working in the private sector fugitive recovery industry in 1989, before shifting to private investigation work in 2001. I am friends with Kevin Mitnick and challenged the state’s overreaching laws regarding PI work in the Missouri Supreme Court: (http://www.columbiamissourian.com/news/private-investigator-takes-case-to-state-s-highest-court-attacks/article_2818f24f-5474-5fd6-9f72-275079f05c6b.html)
My Proof: My website is http://rmrillc.com/ Pictures Here: http://rmrillc.com/missouri-pi-licensing-law-the-missouri-supreme-court-what-it-all-means/ Facebook Page for RMRI, LLC. Post To AMA: https://www.facebook.com/rmrillc/ Twitter Page Post To AMA: https://twitter.com/RMRIINC/status/702553016902156288
Edit 1: Well Reddit it's been fun, but after 14 hours I need to go to bed. I have to be up early for a meeting with an attorney in the morning, but i did enjoy all the questions. Feel free to ask more and ill answer them as soon as i can tomorrow.
Edit 2: I am back for a little while. I met with my attorney client this morning, all of my business is handled for the morning, and I am back in this wonderful community ready to answer more questions. Although, I have checked in and answered a few questions since last night.
Edit 3: I, like everyone else; need sleep. But I'd like to keep this AMA open throughout the weekend. At first I thought I would probably not like this but my business partner convinced me to give it a try. I am kind of a quiet, low-keyed, behind the scenes, fairly private person; except if you are a close friend, then I am pretty open and comedic. But you people have been so nice, kind, and respectful that I feel like all of you are my friends. If the mods will allow it, I'll try to stay here until Monday, or at the very least I'll check in, since I'll be doing a lot of report writing and such paperwork on cases, anyway. Thank you all for this wonderful AMA!
Edit 4: For those of you that have enjoyed this AMA, please remember that I am always available for question on my website at "Ask The PI": http://rmrillc.com/resources/ask-the-pi/ ALWAYS fee free to stop by and drop me a line with any questions you may have!