Sue Gent is educated in Criminal Justice and Private Investigation, and has investigated over 1,000 cases and has enjoyed professional success and respect from law professionals, corporations and private citizens.
In 2002 Gent attended the “Wrongful Convictions, A Call to Action” seminar at Harvard University. Out of this seminar grew a growing passion to fight for the wrongfully arrested and convicted. Since 2002, she has investigated 36 wrongful arrest/conviction cases resulting in charges being dropped or overturned.
Gent has experienced numerous successes with her expertise in undercover operations. FDLE, the federal government and local sheriff’s department have utilized Gent and Prodigy Investigative Group, Inc. investigators in undercover operation. The unique manner in which Gent conducts cases has won her accolades from law professionals, corporations, law enforcement agencies, unions, politicians and private citizens.
Gent produces and publishes a bi-monthly newsletter directed to law professionals. The research that has gone into these publications has been request by law professionals for use in their practice. Gent has trained private investigators in family law, criminal defense, surveillance, and undercover operations and was invited to train public defender investigators for a Florida Judicial Circuit. Gent has been guest speaker at Indian River State College criminal justice classes. She frequently sat second seat in criminal and family law hearings/trials/depositions, assisting the law professional throughout the proceedings.
Original Productions sought Gent out to feature her in a private investigative reality show. A program director from 48 Hours interviewed Gent for future programming. Channel 5 news featured Gent as the lead investigator on an unsolved homicide in South Florida.