Judge Frank Caprio Has Had Over A Half Billion Hits On Youtube. In This Interview He Talks Exclusively To National FM
Celebrities Talking About Their Lives And Current Projects
Judge Frank Caprio is known for his compassion. Although well into his eighties he regularly sits on the bench in Providence Rhode Island USA. He is known for his good humour, common sense and above all his compassion His court proceedings are often broadcast on YouTube where he has had over half a billion views.
April National Month of Hope HOPEE Awardee, Judge Frank Caprio
Think Hope Podcast
During April the National Month of Hope, hope is needed now more than ever! On this episode Hopeologist Rosalind Tompkins chats with HOPEE (Helping Others Practice Enduring Empowerment) National Awardee Judge Frank Caprio of Providence Rhode Island about his hope filled life and career. Judge Caprio has served as a Providence Municipal Court Judge since 1985. His court is well-known due to the top-rated television show, "Caught in Providence". The "Caught in Providence" televised proceedings have become popular worldwide and televised nationally since September 2018.The world is experiencing life turned upside down due to the Coronavirus pandemic. During these unprecedented times we need to spread hope and not disease. Pope Francis said on Easter Sunday, that the message that Christ has risen is "the contagion of hope." Hope is like the light in a dark tunnel that will help us to navigate our way through this crisis. As a hopeologist and hope coach I believe that it is imperative to stay safe, keep the faith, and have hope. I am honored to chat with those who are bringing hope to the world in their various roles and capacities.For more information, to support, and to become a Citizen of Hope please visit: www.makeahopeconnection.com.
Episode 34 - Next Lawyer Up with Ron Sykstus featuring Frank Caprio
Next Lawyer Up Podcast with Attorney Ron Sykstus
In the world of intellectual property law (patents, trademarks, copyrights, infringement cases, etc.), it is not an overstatement to say that Frank Caprio is the gold standard. For as long as I have been in Alabama, anytime a question, concern or an issue regarding intellectual property comes up, there is an immediate, universal statement to "call Frank Caprio." Frank, of course, has the pedigree that is expected for this area of law with both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in engineering. He flew anti-submarine missions in the Navy on active duty for six years after college, then stayed in an ASW flying squadron in the active reserves until he retired. As you will hear, he loved his flying career in the Navy. After active Navy, Frank then worked for a period of time in the high tech world of Huntsville, Alabama as an engineer before taking time off to attend law school. He is the managing partner of the Huntsville branch of the highly regarded Bradley law firm of where he also chairs the firm's Intellectual Property Practice Group. Frank is engaging and personable and he is one of those people that others want to be around. I think you will enjoy hearing this story of how a New Jersey boy made his way to and in the deep South.