Focus on the Evidence, Not Your Theory

Avoiding confirmation bias in investigations Unlike good attorneys who are expected to be strong advocates for their clients, a good investigator is not and cannot be an advocate for any one person, entity, or opinion. A good investigator, even an investigator working for or with an attorney, cannot afford to be an advocate. A good investigator needs to be an objective gatherer of facts. Those objective facts may ultimately lead to a conclusion but should not be interpreted or filtered by pre-conceived notions or bias. The mere appearance your investigation lacks objectivity taints your findings. When discussing bias, we typically think of bias based upon race, gender, religion, etc. However

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