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This Sunday, October 31, Vito welcomes guests, Robin Sax and Lt. Don Anderson of the Darien Ct. Police Dept. to discuss “How You Can Avoid Becoming a Victim of Fraud.”
According to Wikipedia:
In the broadest sense, a fraud is an intentional deception made for personal gain or to damage another individual.
Crime Time with Vito Colucci will explore different types of fraud and how to become aware of them and avoid them. Expert guests, Legal Analyst and former LA Prosecutor, Robin Sax, along with Lt. Don Anderson, promise to bring us a new understanding about what we can do.
Robin Sax is a former Los Angeles County Prosecutor who specialized in felony cases including sex crimes and domestic violence. Robin has authored six books. She is a sought after speaker on safety, crime, pop culture and the criminal justice system. Robin has appeared on dozens of national media outlets, including (most recently): the Dr. Phil show, Tyra Banks, CNN Larry King, HLN Nancy Grace, the Today Show and many others.
Robin is the author of Everything Parents What to Know About Predators and Molesters: A Sex Crimes DA Answers Your100 Most-Asked Questions, It Happens Everyday: Inside the Life of a Sex Crimes DA which will be released in Spring 2009 by Prometheus. Robin is also the author of Everything I Learned About Parenting I Learned About Parenting I Learned in Court: How To Raise Disciplined Kids due out Summer 2009. Robin Sax is now completing The Complete Idiot’s Guide to the Criminal Justice to be published in May 2009 by Penguin USA
Robin is an instructor for the Los Angeles Police Department, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, and the California District Attorney’s Association. She is also a lecturer at UCLA’s Paralegal Program, and is adjunct professor at Cal State, Los Angeles.
For more information about Robin, check out www.robinsax.com