The motivation to write Professional Investigation and other investigation books that this author has already published stemmed from the persistent observation in his professional practice as an investigator of many innocent, helpless, and poor people convicted wrongfully or remanded without justification. Sometimes the truth is not solidly established by investigators; other times, reports are mere fabrication by bogus investigators. In certain instances, too, the sensational quid pro quo factor is deployed. A host of other issues culminating in the presentation of wrong reports and, hence, false charges against innocent and less privileged poor people being painfully convicted and kept behind bars for years are the hallmark of some investigators. There are even certain times when some investigators, for reasons best known to them, are unable to submit any investigation report on suspects and yet dump them on remand hopelessly for years.