If you've never had the chance to hear Todd Spitzer give a speech, you can wipe that accomplishment off your bucket list later this month.
Spitzer, the former high-ranking prosecutor and Republican state Assemblyman who will soon return to his old post as a county supervisor, is scheduled to give the keynote speech at Chapman University's School of Law Annual Awards Dinner on March 20 at the Hilton DoubleTree hotel in Orange.
Spitzer--presently campaigning for a county supervisor seat against underdog Deborah Pauly--is an excellent public speaker but he if twitches uncontrollably, stutters or starts punching himself in his face during his speech, you know who is responsible.
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The future Orange County District Attorney if he has his way, Spitzer will talk about Marsy's Law and "the continuing fight for victim rights" in California.
The event celebrates the work of the university's Public Law Foundation and also honors Richard D. Fybel, a veteran justice at the California Court of Appeal based in Santa Ana.