Originally from Boston, Michael attended George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Majoring in psychology, he obtained his Bachelor’s degree in 2004. After graduation, Michael returned to Boston and began working as an Executive Assistant to a personal injury attorney. In 2007, Michael was accepted into Boston University’s Master of Criminal Justice program. After finishing his first semester Michael was offered the position of Graduate Assistant by the program’s director. By the end of 2008, Michael obtained his graduate degree in Criminal Justice.
Upon moving to Southern California and joining Gailey Associates, Michael has gained experience in many areas of the investigative field. He routinely effectuates service of process in cases where subjects are actively attempting to evade service. He has also obtained multiple witness statements, canvassed accident scenes, and conducted surveillance investigations. His written skills have helped him compile detailed investigative reports for clients, and his background in forensic psychology has been an asset for the wide range of cases he encounters.