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Joe Roubicek has investigated over a thousand exploitation of the elderly crimes over the past 25 years, primarily during his 20 year career with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department. Throughout his career he has testified in numerous criminal trials and depositions. He also testified in the 1990’s as an expert in related probate hearings.
Joe Roubicek has testified as an expert witness in investigations regarding exploitation of the elderly. You can request a consultation here and request information about retaining expert witness services from Joe Roubicek at this link.
Joe has compiled this website with information that can help those who are dealing with exploitation of their loved one(s), friends or neighbors. There is a link above that will bring you to suggested Training Materials and another link for Resources which will help you.
CAMPBELL FALK ACT BECOMES LAW
State of Tennessee
Governor Bill Haslam signs Campbell Falk Act
Contact: Darlene Schlicher (615) 741-6336 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(NASHVILLE, Tenn.), May 16, 2016 – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam today signed into law the “Campbell Falk Act” that for the first time in Tennessee establishes a ward’s right to visit and communicate with family and close friends. The new law is named in recognition of Country Music Legend Glen Campbell and renowned actor Peter Falk. Attending the governor’s signing at the Tennessee Capitol were country music artist Tanya Tucker; Glen Campbell’s children, Debbie Campbell Cloyd, Travis Campbell and his wife Trudy; and Peter Falk’s daughter Catherine Falk; Marcia Southwick, with Boomers Against Elder Abuse; and Joseph Roubicek, with the National Association to Stop Guardian Abuse.
The legislation was sponsored by Senator Rusty Crowe (R-Johnson City) and Representative Jeremy Faison (R-Cosby).
As a published author and seasoned blogger, be sure to check out Joe’s Blog for his favorite classic cases, articles and commentary.
As you will see when you begin to read the case studies covered in the blog, those that exploit the elderly are not always “the usual suspects”!
Don’t miss the Free Checklist entitled “10 Points to Address When Reporting Financial Abuse of the Elderly“. If you are overwhelmed with the reporting process, you might want to schedule a consultation with Joe as he is expert in cutting through the maze of governmental red tape.