Licensed by the State of Alabama Private Investigation Board (APIB). License #181
Named the Best Investigator in Birmingham in 2017

The Herrin Group

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Private Investigations and Expert Testimony

Turn to The Herrin Group® for their expertise in handling your investigation needs. Dan Herrin is experienced in conducting private investigations in Alabama involving background checks, corporate fraud, and other legal matters, as well as serving as a Court Qualified Expert and providing expert testimony in the area of U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.


Standard Services

There is no better preparation for private investigations than to be a Federal Criminal Investigator. During his tenure with the U.S. District Courts, Dan Herrin searched through thousands of legal and financial documents, visited more than 100 federal, state, and local courthouses and agencies, and tracked down countless individuals in the pursuit of information. Today, he continues to help clients discover truth with investigations involving:

• Uncomfortable Domestic Situations
• Background Checks
• Criminal Histories
• On-Site Surveillance
• Corporate Espionage
• Corporate Fraud
• Small Business Fraud
• Missing Persons
• Witness Interviews
• Process Service
 
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Specialized Services

Dan Herrin is recognized as a Court Qualified Expert in the controversial and often confusing area of U.S. Sentencing Guidelines.

For seven years, Dan Herrin completed exhaustive investigation reports for the U.S. District Courts of Alabama and Mississippi, where he worked on some of their highest profile federal criminal cases. These reports consisted of comprehensive information on each defendant's social, criminal, and financial history necessary to calculate their ultimate sentencing range.

Today, Dan Herrin consults with attorneys regarding these matters and provides expert testimony when necessary. In the internationally publicized trial of a defendant known in the press as "the world's largest marijuana dealer," Herrin's testimony played a crucial role in the defendant's acquittal on the substantive charge.