General discussion on the topic of forensics.
JobMatchNow wrote:What will this do for the people who dont have private investigator licenses?
pseud0 wrote:If you do work without it then you are committing a felony.
oneeyedcarmen wrote:The funny thing is, in my state to get a PI license you basically only need to fill out an affidavit that you've never been convicted of a felony. Oh, and send the state $250
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oneeyedcarmen wrote:The actual bill is located here.
It's not the easiest thing to read (legalese plus poor formatting), so I'm slowly making my way through it.
SECTION 16. Section 1702.324, Occupations Code, as amended
by Chapters 518, 728, 1102, and 1155, Acts of the 79th Legislature,
Regular Session, 2005, is amended by reenacting and amending
Subsection (b) and adding Subsection (c) to read as follows:
(b) This chapter does not apply to:
(1) a manufacturer or a manufacturer's authorized
distributor while selling [who sells] equipment intended for resale
[and does not perform any other service that requires a license
under this chapter];
(6) a licensed engineer practicing engineering or
directly supervising engineering practice under Chapter 1001,
including forensic analysis, burglar alarm system engineering, and
necessary data collection;
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