Join the party! Donna Gore cordially invites the public to her 2 year celebration of Shattered Lives Radio on Monday, February 10 from 7-9pm Eastern time.
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Promised to be an evening of lively conversation and discussion for 2 full hours! The phone lines and chat room will be open for questions, comments, or words of congratulations for host, Donna R. Gore, aka “LadyJustice.”
Every Saturday evening at 5pm ET, Donna Gore has diligently presented the best of the best in guests and topics ranging from crime victims’ rights, domestic violence, and human trafficking, to less intense topics such as gluten free food, history’s mysteries, and selected authors and their books.
From 7-8pm listeners will be treated to the return of Dr. Will Marling who spearheads the mission of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA). Marling will be on hand to talk about the progress in crime victims’ rights over the last several years and is available for questions from the audience.
From 8-9pm the guest is Tim Palmbach who is associated with the esteemed Henry C. Lee Institute in Hartford, CT and most recently the use of DNA analysis in the war against trafficking in persons (TIP). He worked in conjunction with non-governmental organizations and government officials to actually employ the collection of DNA based evidence during active, undercover investigations involving cases of human trafficking in the countries of Nepal and Costa Rica.
Needless to say the 2 hour celebration will fly by quickly, but just in case you can’t make the live broadcast you can always listen later to the podcast.
Tune in for interesting new information, taking calls and questions, and an evening of fun festivities! Grab a cupcake, a beverage, and toot the horns for Shattered Lives Radio, past, present and future!
Host, Donna R. Gore “LadyJustice” and Victim Impact Statement Assistance
Donna Gore created a service program for crime victims and offers her assistance in creating a cohesive victim impact statement tailored to the individuals and their cases. She recognizes that this could be of great value to not only the crime victim, but to the court system as well.
By using Gore’s services a crime victim can be coached on how to best present their victim impact statement. From her vast experience volunteering in the courtroom, she is able to act as a liaison with advocates who may not have the same experiences. Working with the court advocates, attorneys, and prosecutors, not only will the crime victims’ voices be heard, they will be presented professionally, courteously, and effectively. click here for details