W. R. Wall Investigations, LLC
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Formal Education:

Undergraduate Degree, 1990, California State University, Fresno, B. S., Criminology, Law Enforcement Option
Victim Services Certificate, 1993 - 1994, California State University, Fresno

Experience & Training:

Former Intelligence Analyst and Counterintelligence Agent, US Army, 1978 - 1988:

  • Analyzed raw data to compile intelligence summaries and estimates
  • Conducted counterintelligence, counterespionage and counter terrorism investigations, utilizing standard and special operations techniques
  • Responsible for the selection/assessment of, and in-depth background investigations for, collateral/special intelligence program candidates
  • Inspection Escort, On-Site Inspection Survey (OSIS) Program of the US-USSR Intermediate Nuclear Force (INF) Treaty (1988)

Graduate of the US Army Intelligence Analyst (1979) and Counterintelligence Special Agent Courses (1982), Ft. Huachuca, AZ

USAINSCOM Special Operations Course (1986), Fort Meade, MD. Interviewing and Interrogation (Productive Interrogation Course), Special Operations techniques and agent/source handling.

Private Investigator: Employed as a private investigator since 1990, continuously licensed in the State of California since 1992 (Cal. PI License #15617)

Type of cases include, but are not limited to:

  • Federal and state criminal defense
  • Federal death penalty habeas
  • Civil litigation (plaintiff's personal injury and insurance defense)
  • Professional misconduct
  • Civil rights/class action investigations

CAPD/CACJ Capital Case Defense Seminars, Monterey, California (1992, 1995, 2004, 2008): Investigation and management of Death Penalty, State and Federal Habeas cases; developing mitigation issues and social histories; and locating and utilizing expert witnesses.

Investigation of Child Sexual Abuse, Grand Junction, CO (1998, 2005): Conference presented by the Western Colorado Area Health Education Center, Grand Junction: Identification and investigation of incidents and patterns of sexual abuse; Identification and investigation of sexual abuse, Child Forensic Interviews, Forensic Assessment of Child Sexual Abuse, Role of the SANE Nurse in Child Sex Abuse Cases.

Capital Case Training Seminar (1999): Presented by the Colorado Criminal Defense Bar, Colorado Office of Alternate Defense Council, and Colorado Death Penalty Resource Center, Vail, Colorado.


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