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What state is the private investigator licensed in?
Did you hire this licensed private investigator?
Was it the private licensed investigator that had shared confidential information?
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Generally, the licensed private investigator only has fiduciary duty / duty of confidence to the person who has hired him and paid his fees, so unfortunately, if the licensed private investigator had shared confidential information that was provided to him by a third party, I am afraid that generally, the only option would be to file a formal complaint against the licensed private investigator with the Texas Department of Public Safety at:
The state agency will investigate your complaint and will take appropriate disciplinary action against this licensed PI based on the finding of their investigation.
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