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Darren Kavinoky, Host of "Deadly Sins" & MADD National President Jan Withers

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Darren is an award-winning attorney and host of Investigation Discovery's "Deadly Sins." He has been named to the lists of Super Lawyer Rising Stars (top lawyers under the age of 40), Super Lawyers, and the Top 100 Trial Lawyers in California. He has authored several legal textbooks. 

Because of his legal expertise and engaging style, Darren has provided expert insight on entertainment, legal, political and lifestyle issues on the Today Show; Good Morning America; The Early Show; Dr. Phil; CNN's Larry King Live; HLN's Showbiz Tonight, Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell, Dr. Drew, Nancy Grace, Prime News, and Joy Behar; various programs on truTV (and its predecessor Court TV); Donny Deutsch; Geraldo at Large; Fox & Friends; Inside Edition; and many other national and local broadcasts.


 Jan Withers joined MADD in 1992, after her 15-year-old daughter, Alisa Joy, was killed by an underage drinker who chose to drive after consuming numerous beers. She first volunteered by sharing her story and lobbying for tougher legislation. Her new focus in life was to try to make a difference by helping to stop this preventable violent crime.

Now as National President, Withers speaks to lawmakers across the country about the importance of legislation requiring ignition interlocks (or “in-car breathalyzers”) for all drunk driving offenders, a key part of MADD’s Campaign to Eliminate Drunk Driving®. She also advocates for federal legislation that provides research funding for technology that will turn cars into the cure for drunk driving. In addition, Withers continues to raise awareness for MADD’s victim support services—even leading a monthly support group—while also expanding the reach of MADD’s underage drinking prevention programs.

- See more at: http://www.madd.org/blog/jan-withers.html#sthash.Kne2lkuG.dpuf