Stacey Honowitz Plays a Central Role in Launching Human Behavior Lab’s How to Spot a Liar in 7 Seconds or Less

The Assistant State Attorney for the Broward State Attorney’s Office and supervisor of the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit wishes to highlight her role in crafting the one-of-a-kind online course.

MIAMI, FL / ACCESSWIRE / June 2, 2021 / Veteran Florida state prosecutor Stacey Honowitz is proud to announce her involvement as one of the principal contributors to the online course How to Spot a Liar in 7 Seconds or Less as presented by Human Behavior Lab. Presented in eight modules and covering 20 lessons, the course trains participants how to detect verbal, non-verbal, and written clues indicating whether or not a person is being untruthful. How to Spot a Liar in 7 Seconds or Less is available now exclusively on the online digital publishing platform RePubIt.

Utilizing the Stacey’s many years of expertise as a professional trial attorney, as well as the accrued knowledge of other experts in the field of identifying deception, including human behavior expert and trial consultant Susan Constantine, stress analyst expert Jerry Crotty, Court TV veteran Vinnie Politan, crime prevention expert Steve Kardian, statement analysis expert Bob Shaffer, and TV anchor Bob Frier, participants in the course will learn how to analyze subtle facial expressions, body language, written language, and speech for evidence of deception. Additionally, the course includes a behind the scenes look at Human Behavior Lab revealing the three-pronged process used to evaluate truthfulness, and re-visits famous cases exemplifying the important work done by these experts. How to Spot a Liar in 7 Seconds or Less reveals the typical motivations people have for lying, the tactics people use in attempting to deceive, as well as the mistakes that liars and con artists often make.

The course is designed to be easily accessible to those without expert grounding in deviant human behavior and could be of great benefit to college and university students and faculty, legal professionals, law enforcement officers, true crime enthusiasts, or anyone else interested in decoding deception.

Those who would like to learn more about Stacey Honowitz are encouraged to visit her personal website.

About Stacey Honowitz:

Stacey Honowitz is a thirty-three veteran of the Broward State Attorney’s Office and supervisor of the Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit. Her job is to investigate, indict, and prosecute cases involving child molestation, child and adult sexual battery, and all cases of physical abuse, child neglect, and child endangerment. An assiduous litigator, she has successfully prosecuted many high-profile cases in Southern Florida, including the case of Raymond Adams, the infamous gymnastics coach and repeat sex offender.

Outside of the courtroom, Stacey has made appearances as a legal expert on television shows such as Good Morning America, Dateline NBC, CBS News 48 Hours, Anderson Cooper 360, and served as ‘on-air’ legal analyst for Larry King Live for a period of seven years. Stacey Honowitz is also a published author, having penned articles for USA Today, the Washington Post, the Huffington Post, People magazine, and the Miami Herald. She has been the subject of features in periodicals such as Ocean Drive, Jewish Journal, the Los Angeles Times, and Glamour magazine.

Contact Information:

Stacey Honowitz
Supervisor, Sex Crimes and Child Abuse Unit
Broward State Attorney’s Office
Phone: (786) 281-8848

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