CALPI: Working with a Criminal Defense Lawyer

BPS is here to serve our clients during this COVID-19 crisis. Pursuant to Governor Lamont’s Executive Order, legal services are essential services. Whether or not we are in our offices, Brown Paindiris & Scott, LLP Lawyers are available by email, phone and video conference. Read More.

Connecticut Association of Licensed Private Investigators

Attorney Cody Guarnieri was invited to serve as a guest speaker at the April 5, 2017, general membership meeting of the Connecticut Association of Licensed Private Investigators (CALPI). He presented on practical and ethical considerations in the professional relationship between lawyers and private investigators.

The mission of the Connecticut Association of Licensed Private Investigators is to promote and maintain the highest legal and ethical practices in the private investigation industry. Attorney Guarnieri practices in criminal defense and personal injury litigation and also represents individuals facing professional licensure issues before the agencies of the State of Connecticut related to allegations of unethical or criminal conduct. Attorney Guarnieri has served as ethics counsel for the attorneys of Brown, Paindiris & Scott, LLP since 2016.