Atlanta, GA, November 29, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Traici Sexton, M.A. is not your typical private investigator. In addition to her work as a criminal defense investigator, this Atlanta area female private investigator has tracked down bail jumpers, lost loves, deadbeat dads, debtors, runaways, kidnap victims, fugitives and more. From high profile hard-skip fugitives to tenants who have skipped out on rent and defendants in civil cases, Traici gives each case special attention that only someone with her experience and expertise can. “I find people sometimes in the most unusual ways. It seems to be more like a sixth sense and something that cannot really be explained or taught,” Traici remarks.
After more than six years traveling throughout the United States tracking down and apprehending bail jumpers for Georgia bondsmen, and three years instructing bounty hunting classes for the Georgia Association of Professional Bondsman, Traici is now applying her skills to help attorneys, landlords, financial institutions, corporations, and the general public. The change has not affected her numbers: she maintains a higher than 95% success rate since 2003 and has a reputation for being able to find people when others have failed. “One of the attorneys I regularly do work for refers to me as the “clean-up crew”, Traici quips,“I often find myself cleaning-up after other investigators who were not able to complete the job… and that is how I get most of my referrals”.
Investigator Traici Sexton is not only blessed with specialized skills, she is also highly educated. This Atlanta private investigator has a Master’s degree in Forensic Psychology and is currently working towards completion of a Ph.D., also in the field of Forensic Psychology. Furthermore, in her many years as an investigator she has investigated two Georgia death penalty cases, as well as other numerous felony and misdemeanor criminal cases; including murder, assault, theft, kidnapping, and identity theft. Traici’s criminal defense investigations have lead to reduced charges and dismissed cases for her clients. “To me, things just seem to jump off the page. I am blessed with an ability to see things in a different way and think outside the box. My education and experience has also taught me how to read people in a way few people can,” Traici explains.
While her success as a private investigator is widely known around Atlanta, Georgia a few of her cases have also received national attention. It was Traici who uncovered Deputy Chief of Epidemiology of the Center for Disease Control, Scott McCombs’ involvement in child pornography and lead to his arrest and conviction in 2005. In 2007, she found a 9-year-old boy in Alabama, who had been kidnapped by his father 6 years earlier that the police had been unable to locate. Additionally, Traici has made her mark as an Identity Theft Expert. One of her Atlanta area Identity Theft cases was profiled on the Montell Williams Show in 2005, and in October 2010 she taped a segment of Swift Justice with Nancy Grace where she appeared as an Identity Theft Expert.