A behind-the-scenes look at how private investigators collect legal evidence for the courtroom. Interview with Rob Kimmons, Private Investigator Click the play button, wait a few seconds and start listening to this Podcast. Today it is my pleasure to be speaking with Rob Kimmons. Rob is from Houston, Texas and he owns a private investigation firm there
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