By Dominic Fariello of Law Offices of Dominic O. Fariello, P.A. posted in Ask the Dom Show Guests on Thursday, June 4, 2015.
Kevin Lothridge to discuss myths, technology, and interesting cases on the Ask the Dom radio show.
St. Petersburg, Fla. (June 4, 2015) – National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) CEO Kevin Lothridge will appear on the “Ask the Dom” radio show on 102.5 The Bone this Sunday, June 7, at 10:00 AM.
Lothridge will discuss the fascinating world of forensic science, including debunking television myths, tools of the trade, industry gadgets, and some facts about the 20 year-old OJ Simpson case.
Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions, although current open cases cannot be discussed.
Students at NFSTC learn how to identify explosives.
NFSTC students learn how to search for evidence in vehicles.
About Dominic “The Dom” Fariello
Dominic Fariello graduated with a J.D. from Nova Southeastern University, the Shepard Broad Law Center in Ft. Lauderdale, FL. He currently runs his own law practice in Tampa, FL, in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense, traffic law and family law.
His show, “Ask the Dom,” on 102.5 The Bone, airs live on Sundays from 10am to noon. On the show, he offers free legal advice to callers, and guests add their professional perspective on topics in their field of interest. For more information, visit askthedom.com
The National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation headquartered in Largo, Florida. Founded in 1995, NFSTC provides quality forensic services including training, assessment, research and technology assistance to the justice and forensic communities. NFSTC is dedicated to supporting the justice community in ensuring the public safety by assisting the forensic sciences in the achievement of the highest level of quality services. For more information, visit www.nfstc.org.
About Kevin Lothridge, CEO of NFSTC
Kevin Lothridge is an accomplished forensic scientist and business leader with 28 years of experience in the international forensics industry. As CEO of NFSTC, he has transformed the organization from relying heavily on grant-funding to a robust, competitive contract-driven business with annual revenues exceeding $30 million.