January 5th, 2011
Caution should always be heeded when you are tempted to do a bit of investigating on your own. The last thing anyone would want to happen is to find yourself in a situation where you break the law in an attempt to find out if your significant other is cheating on you. The following excerpt was taken from a news source in Michigan in which the prosecutor’s office is taking a pro-active approach to making sure individuals are aware of the legality of gaining access to a spouse’s email.
“A man could find himself in prison after snooping into his wife’s email account.
Thirty-three-year-old Leon Walker of Rochester Hills said he thought his now ex-wife was having an affair so he broke into her Gmail account.
Walker said Ciara Walker’s e-mails showed that she was indeed having a relationship with one of her ex-husbands.
Ciara Walker filed for divorce, which was granted earlier this month.
The Oakland County Prosecutor has charged Walker with felony computer misuse. A charge typically handed out to prosecute identity theft and stealing trade secrets.”
December 27, 2010
While facing the daunting feeling that your spouse may be straying, it would be a good idea to contact an experienced private investigator who would know the most effective and legal approach to getting you the answers you deserve. Feel free to contact our office to discuss the many options in your specific case