Attendees of Susan Constantine’s presentations and classes have been thoroughly impressed by her extensive knowledge, expertise, and delightful wit.
“I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you again for the wonderful training you provided yesterday at DODIG.
I have received nothing but glowing comments from those who attended the event.”
– R.M., PRESIDENT,
“I just wanted you to know how much I really enjoyed the workshop that you put on in Atlanta today. As a former federal prosecutor, I had some general exposure to a few of the concepts, but I find the whole subject matter fascinating, and I thoroughly enjoyed it.
I am going to recommend to my old US Attorney’s office that they sign you up for a seminar!”
– R.W., ATTORNEY,
“Thank you for a terrific program. You have a fabulous, engaging communication style. Your workshop was informative, entertaining, provocative, and very beneficial, one of the best I have ever attended. Email high five!”
– H.P., ATTORNEY,
JD MORRIS & MARTIN LLP
“Susan has always provided amazing insight into the stories and trials I have covered through the years. She has a unique skill set in looking at human behavior and detecting deception.”
– D.J., ATTORNEY/AUTHOR,
NEON ZEBRA, LLC
“Such a dynamic presentation at CAI in Sarasota. Informative, educational, entertaining, memorable. Our group was extremely fortunate to host your presentation!”
– R.T.B.C., VICE PRESIDENT,
INVESTMENT RESEARCH, PRUDENTIAL
“I have seen Susan Constantine on television and various programs for many years and always wanted to meet her, ask questions, and discuss her area of expertise in body language. Not all lawyers are perfect in every respect. For example, some are good writers and others are good orators. However, during my 20 years of practice, I have often witnessed lawyers who are so concerned with their own appearance and preparations, court deadlines and working up their case that final witness/client preparations are overlooked or hurried.
It only takes one bad witness to alter an outcome. Even worse is when your own client or key witness blows the case. Priding myself on witness preparation, I always look to improve and recently wondered what I could do to help my client make the best possible showing when it counts.
Then, I remembered Susan. We had never met but I took a chance and called her. She answered the phone immediately and was charming, funny, polite, intelligent and most important patient, cooperative and facilitating.
I explained our case and the need for assistance (on short notice) preparing our client for a one time live interview/presentation via Zoom with the decision maker in the case. As a quick study, Susan immediately understood the sensitive nature of our case and was ready to assist.
Litigators all know the basics – but, what if you had just one chance to make or break your case? Wouldn’t you take every possible opportunity to help your client make the best possible presentation? As lawyers, we already know our client (and important witnesses) and have likely spent countless hours talking with them and preparing them factually for deposition and possibly trial. But, what if you could have a fresh perspective, a second set of eyes and ears solely focused on the client or witness’ appearance, gestures, word choice, mannerisms, posture, focus – and body language – which sometimes speaks louder than words?
With that in mind, it is my honor and privilege to be able to say that I had the wonderful opportunity to work with Susan alongside our client to achieve a significant result in a high profile sexual assault case.
There are things that a third party outsider notices that lawyers who may become too familiar with their own case may overlook, ignore or believe insignificant. A third party expert like Susan can also say things to a witness or client that a lawyer may not be comfortable discussing such as attire, color choice, hairstyle, makeup, hygiene and accessories – like jewelry. And, in the age of Zoom there is even more to consider such as practice sessions, equipment, location, seating, sound, lighting and background. As a busy litigator, you may not think of these things and even if you do, they are likely not priorities when you are laser focused on the legal aspects of your presentation.
I can truthfully say that Susan is a phenomenal resource, a consummate professional and everyone can benefit from this type of support. Even the decision maker in a case would benefit from tips on how to read people from their body language.”
– LAURA STARR, P.A
ATTORNEY REPRESENTING A VICTIM IN THE JEFFREY EPSTEIN CASE
“Susan was a wonderful, charismatic and engaging speaker at our corporate event. Her subject matter fit our audience perfectly, and she even altered some content at the last minute to make the presentation even more applicable to those in attendance.
She is so knowledgeable and experienced in her subject matter, it is easy to see why she is a leading authority in her field. Based on our opinion and the feedback we received from attendees, we would definitely recommend her services.”
– P.S., WRITER,
“It was a pleasure attending your CLE program yesterday in Savannah. In spite of my 40 plus years of experience, I found it very enlightening and beneficial.
Your program can be worthwhile for attorneys of any level of experience and the manner in which you present the information is excellent. Thanks for such a wonderful program.”
– W.B., LITIGATION MARKETING COORDINATOR,
“The importance of skilled interviewing especially of those who are victims of sex crimes cannot be ignored. Too many times we see lawyers using the wrong words or having the wrong demeanor when dealing with these cases. Susan’s course teaches people the appropriate skills needed for their cases.
As victims become more empowered they want to tell their stories and the interviews are the pathway to the facts. In my years of experience I believe I learned those skills in interviewing hundreds of victims of these crimes.”
– VINNIE POLITAN,
COURT TV HOST
“Susan Constantine might justly be called one of the world’s leading experts in lie detection. Her resume is thoroughly impressive, beginning with where and with whom she trained to the impressive list of many whom have hired her. Constantine is a formidable presence.
She teaches classes, mostly to attorneys looking for an edge in recognizing truth in their clients and witnesses, and she has been sought by legions of others who want to know who is telling the truth and who is not. Her class is a whirlwind of information that leaves you wanting to drop everything and totally immerse yourself in the learning.”
– Linda Mann, Investigator/Training Officer
The Department of Defense Office of Inspector General – Retired
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