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  • West Boylston based private detective John Lajoie has been shot at. It happened in Worcester, on a golf course. There was no shoot-out. There was no high-speed chase through the hills of Worcester. Lajoie took cover and called the police. The shooter fled. That’s the life of a real private investigator. Click Here To Read The Full Article

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    John Lajoie is a private investigator, but he does not duck bullets while driving. No dashing music accompanies his entrance into his office. He never sneaks into someone's home or taps anyone's phone lines. Cinema and television have glamorized his career, but Lajoie insists he and his colleagues are not international men of intrigue. Click Here To Read The Full Article

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    If you've ever sat watching someone solve a case on a TV crime drama and thought to yourself, "I can do that," you are not alone. According to private investigator John Lajoie of Sterling, just about everyone thinks he or she (or someone they know) can be a PI. by: Faith Mayer. by: Faith Mayer Click Here To Read The Full Article

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    The Journal of Professional Investigators features John Lajoie’s superb article, Witness Interviews and Statements- The Heart and Soul of Criminal Defense Investigation, as their cover story. A must read for any person who interviews people. Click Here To Read The Full Article

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    John Lajoie is President of Lajoie Investigations Inc. and was recently named National Investigator of the Year by NAIS, a 2,500 member+ respected national PI association based in Austin, TX. Read The Full Article Here

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