It’s every private investigator’s worst nightmare. That one high-profile case where the opposition’s false allegations cause the entire business to implode. The clients dry up due to defamation. And in the end you can’t even afford the licensing fees.
This exact thing happened in Chicago. According to Frank Main of the Chicago Sun Times, the counterclaim Ciolino filed on Wednesday “said that false allegations have ruined his business and forced him to give up his detective’s license for lack of clients.”
Since Main did such a great job covering the covering the back story we’re recommending you read his Tribune article and then weigh in on social media. Want to view the primary court docs before assessing your — More—