When performing civil and criminal investigations, there is no room for error. Our Civil and Criminal Investigators in Los Angeles and New York work harmoniously under their attorney clients’ direction. Nothing less than a thorough, accurate, and comprehensive investigation is acceptable to our clients. We have a twenty-seven-year track history locating witnesses, finding sequestered assets, gathering sustainable evidence, and securing precise intelligence that most other civil and criminal investigators miss entirely.


Our civil and criminal private investigators in New York and Los Angeles have years of experience investigating highly complex and high-profile cases. Worldwide Intelligence Network is continually praised for our exceptional investigative prowess.


“It would take a book, rather than a letter, to do justice to your achievements and adequately describe your personal contributions as a fact analyzer, case energizer, attorney inspirer, and truth seeker.-“Martin R Pollner Loeb & Loeb LLP.”

“I want to reiterate my appreciation for the outstanding detective work and litigation support that contributed to the dismissal at the trial of all charges against our client in the U.S. v Mullen et, al case. Your investigative deductions regarding the bogus nature of the Key Government records proved correct. John Lang, Loeb & Loeb LLP.

“Notwithstanding your last minute retention, you immediately grasped the rather complicated legal principles in issue in this first impression criminal trademark case. You appeared in court well prepared, and were the best ‘second chair’ I have ever had the privilege to work with.– Phillip M Prince, Attorney at Law

“We were impressed not only with their handling of those witnesses but also their understanding of how the information that they obtained fit in the context of the litigation. We use them on other matters and expect to continue to do so.-Carl Prindonoff General Counsel Albert B Glickman and Associates

“You were able to do all of this in a very timely manner, and we are confident we will use your services in the future. – Julie Berkus, Oldman, Cooley, Sallus, Birnberg & Coleman, LLP.

“It was a real pleasure to have you present at the Beverly Hills Bar Association on the ethics of retaining a private investigator. The program was well received and gathered high praise. The law offices of William S Wenzel APC.

Please read more litigation support testimonials.

A Case Study

While working for a prominent international law firm in New York, our private investigation litigation support team brought about a settlement of five million dollars while the plaintiff was seeking a fifty-five million dollar claim. We located a crucial witness the plaintiff had not contemplated would be found. While in a deposition, the plaintiff learned that this witness was willing to testify. He grabbed his chest thinking he was having a heart attack and was rushed to a local emergency room. Case Settled!!   

Another Case Study

This was a federal criminal case where six federal government agencies were involved in investigating our client for multiple illegal activities. The government’s investigation lasted two years at a cost two million dollars.

It all started upon meeting with a prospective client who explained, that predicated upon the advice from three criminal attorneys he should plead guilty, so he pled guilty. Seeing no reason to continue our meet, as we were walking out the door, the client begged us to please take a few minutes to review sixty pages the government produced and were going to use at trial. We agreed and reviewed all sixty pages. After, a meticulous examination we were stunned by the clear and distinct bogus documents provided by the United States Assistant Attorney. The documents were acquired from a US Immigration and Customs Agent who instigated this investigation.

We referred the client to one of our client attorney who was fortunate in having the guilty plea reversed, and we went to trial. It so happened that the attorney we referred was a former United States Assistant Attorney.

We are proud to state that due to our investigative contributions the case was dismissed in mid-trial. The immigration agent was indicted for “criminal perjury, ” and his badge and weapon were taken away. He eventually agreed to leave the United States to return to the Philippines where he was born.

Not a single trace of wrongdoing was uncovered during the governments’ two-year investigation. Worldwide Intelligence Network and the attorney who tried this case were up against the FBI, the United States Department of Justice, the United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). All of whom were brought into this case by the now disgraced INS agent who was a pathological liar.

Months of our unrelenting investigative efforts ultimately set the client free. After the trial, the United States Inspector General called the client’s attorney to tell him that the Assistant US Attorney who tried the case was terminated because he knew all along that the sixty pages of documents were bogus. The two FBI agents who worked alongside the Assistant US Attorney were also terminated. The case made headlines in the Los Angeles Times as it was unprecedented in large part due to the judge ordering a criminal perjury investigation into the immigration agent. Our client lives happily and gratefully in Los Angeles, California

A Case Study of Where Did the Money Go

There is no business like show business and when it comes to a foreign bank loaning a Hollywood film company 259 million dollars using a single paragraph memorandum for the loan one would think that opened the door for the borrower to head south with all that money. That is precisely what transpired, and our Los Angeles criminal investigators traced the funds to Guatemala and reported how some of the funds were spent while the rest of the embezzled funds were sequestered in offshore accounts in the Isle of Mann. The bad guys agreed to reimburse the bank some but not all of the money. Otherwise, that would have taken the joy out of the embezzlement. After the settlement, the bad guys went right back to making movies.