Looking for experienced, TV friendly forensic experts to appear on Nancy Grace's new syndicated CBS show to analyze evidence in civil case and field questions from Nancy in her new role as a daytime judge without robe or gavel.
Must be within driving distance of Atlanta, where the show tapes 2-3 days every two weeks. Call time is 730 a.m.--noon; experts receive $300 honorarium per show. We tape 6-7 cases a day, so you might be asked to do more than one.
We are using crime scene specialists (ex homicide detective analyzed a dog fighting scene), forensic doc examiners, latent fingerprint specialists, and others to read the case in advance, examine evidence and field questions from Nancy to help her come to her decisions for binding arbitration in small claims cases. Experts should be passionate about their field, and talk the talk well enough to make complex subjects easy to understand.
Think Judge Judy Meets CSI, with experts strutting their stuff for a daytime audience of several million viewers. If interested, pls e mail two jpeg (under 1 mb each) photos, a face shot and a candid shot, short bio with your credentials, references, contact info and tell us why you’d like to be a Swift Justice expert.
Right now, casting veteran female fingerprint examiners, and a top document examine. All encouraged to apply. If you’d like to be among our on call experts, send e mail to Art Harris, Swift Justice Investigative Consultant at this address: firstname.lastname@example.org. And follow us on the web. Thanks much..
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