Client Events, Vito Colucci

The Prosecutor and The Defense Attorney on Crime Time With Vito Colucci!

Crime Time with Vito Colucci, P.I.  features anything crime related. Current high profile cases or trials are discussed in detail with commentary from experts in law enforcement, investigators and lawyers.

Tune in each Sunday night at 11PM Eastern to hear Vito and his guests on Business TalkRadio.  CLICK HERE and hit “Listen Live” for the live show, or you can always listen later by going to the Archives/Podcasts.

Vito Colucci, Jr.

Vito Colucci, Jr., owner of Colucci Investigations LLC, is a former member of the Stamford, CT Police Department where he worked as a Narcotic’s Detective and Undercover Organized Crime Investigator. One of the main investigations Vito spearheaded during that time was uncovering the organized crime ties within his own police department.

Vito has been a private investigator for the past 22 years, working many high profile cases; Michael Skakel/Martha Moxley case, Jayson William’s case, and honeymooner, George Smith’s case .

Vito Colucci is a regular commentator on various news programs including: Fox News MSNBC, Catherine Crier/Court TV, Star Jones, Glenn Beck, Nancy Grace, Larry King, CNN Headline News, and The Bill O’Reilly Show, as well as being a featured speaker at the first World Investigator’s Conference in LasVegas in 2005.

A defense attorney from Georgia and a prosecutor from Florida will join Vito this Sunday, December 5 to discuss crime from two different sides.   When a case comes to trial,  a prosecutor will do what it takes to show the burden of proof, and a defense attorney is there to defend the rights of the accused.  The process is fascinating, almost like a dance with opposing partners on opposing ends.  Ray Giudice, Defense Attorney and Stacey Honowitz, Prosecutor will show us some of those dance steps!

Raymond Giudice, PC

Ray Giudice

Raymond V. Giudice is a nationally known and respected voice on criminal defense matters. He is a weekly contributor on CNN’s Nancy Grace Show, offering his opinions on high-profile criminal cases. In his 25 years of practicing law, he has defended thousands of individuals just like you who were wrongly accused of criminal offenses.

Criminal defense lawyer Ray Giudice began his career as a prosecutor. He knows what it takes to put together a successful prosecution – and he knows how to tear one down. He has been providing adept and aggressive criminal defense for people in the Atlanta area for twenty-five years. He is a nationally known and respected voice on criminal defense issues. He understands that most of his clients are good people who have simply gotten into a bad situation. He treats each and every client with the utmost respect and offers uncompromising client service.

In January 1987, Ray began his private practice, which has focused on representing those charged with crimes, as well as representing individuals who have been seriously injured in personal injury cases. Ray has served as lead counsel in well over one hundred fifty jury trials throughout the state of Georgia; and has litigated personal injury cases which have led to the creation of new law in the State of Georgia. (Latimore v. CLO White Company.)

Ray has served as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law, as well as an instructor in both the National Institute of Trial Advocacy Programs, and Civil Litigation Seminars conducted at Emory University’s School of Law.

 

Stacey Honowitz

Stacey HonowitzStacey Honowitz is a twenty-two year veteran of the State Attorney’s Office, seventeen years dedicated to the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit where she is currently serving as a supervisor. She is also a frequent legal commentator who has provided legal analysis for Larry King Live, CNN Headline News, Good Morning America, Dateline NBC, CBS News 48 Hours, MSNBC, CNBC, as well as Fox News and Court Television. She has prosecuted several high profile cases in south Florida and is also a guest lecturer who speaks about child sex abuse, the sensitive nature of these cases, the navigation of the criminal justice system and the importance of frank and open communication with children about this important and difficult subject matter. She has provided important information for several years to both parents and children on the issues of child molestation and continues to send the message that the importance of reporting the abuse is the first step in healing.