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So far Sabrina Elliott has created 18 blog entries.

$6 Million Settlement

Collision on the Freeway

A young lady was driving to a baby-sitting job when she was struck by a truck driven by an employee of a large construction corporation. The truck slammed into her car on the freeway. Remarkably, […]

$6 Million Settlement2020-07-03T21:52:50+00:00

PS. Real Stories of a Detective Part Three


“In 2010 I got another DNA hit on that same John Doe for a sexual assault case in 2005. The city of LA is too big so there weren’t enough analysts which resulted in 5000 rape kits that weren’t run through the system, the 2005 case being one of them. There were no protocols […]

PS. Real Stories of a Detective Part Three2020-05-07T17:14:11+00:00

P.S. Real Stories of a Detective Part Two


“This case had two little twists to it. The first was this. Jane Doe’s case went to trial in a public courtroom and there were a group of California State University, Northridge students from a journalism program there listening. Three days after John Doe was found guilty, one student reached out to me and […]

P.S. Real Stories of a Detective Part Two2020-01-29T22:26:03+00:00

P.S. Real Stories of a Detective Part One


“I work for LAPD in the Robbery Homicide Division in the Special Assault Section where we investigate stranger rapes, serial sexual assaults, unsolved sexual assaults with DNA, and high profile cases. In 2008 John Doe was identified to a 2006 sexual assault case and in 2010 the case was brought to court. He was […]

P.S. Real Stories of a Detective Part One2020-01-22T22:07:48+00:00

P.S. Finding the Art in Fashion


“I have been a fashion designer for 20 years. I was a senior designer at Forever 21 and then became a head buyer for 5 years. My favorite part about being a fashion designer/buyer is that the industry is always changing. You are never bored. I don’t like repetitive work and trends are always […]

P.S. Finding the Art in Fashion2019-09-05T18:16:04+00:00

P.S. The Glass Ceiling


“I have always championed the causes of equality for women, particularly in the workplace, having experienced the ‘glass ceiling’ in the music biz and then starting my own promotion company. I find strong, intelligent women most often on my Board of Directors, and to watch them manage the financial management and maintenance for millions […]

P.S. The Glass Ceiling2019-06-21T21:58:36+00:00

P.S. Forging a Path


“Growing up in a small Northern California town, football was all that I knew. It was great in the moment, but eventually, I had to decide where to attend college – and leaving home was implicitly terrifying. However, I followed my gut, took the leap of faith, and decided to play quarterback at Moorpark […]

P.S. Forging a Path2019-06-04T19:16:43+00:00

P.S. Overcoming Obstacles


“After my accident, I started challenging myself and this led to being in the gym at least five days a week. Now, I’m a competitive strongman athlete. I’ve won a National Title as America’s Strongest Adaptive Man as well as World’s Strongest Disabled Man, along with two international Arnold Classic titles as Champion Strongman. […]

P.S. Overcoming Obstacles2019-05-14T18:28:58+00:00

P.S. The Importance of Networks


“All I hear is people complaining about their contractors. Most of these companies prioritize volume over quality. I take time on my work and I’m not in a rush. I want a network of people that do quality work so that when someone says, “Hey do you know someone?”, I have a whole list […]

P.S. The Importance of Networks2019-05-10T21:44:36+00:00