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Lis Wiehl, current Law & Crime Network host and former Fox News host, explores with a legal lens some of the most prevalent topics of the day whether it’s politics, crime, or justice. Wiehl discusses current events with many high-profile guests around the country, while navigating listeners through the twists and turns of some of the most notorious true crime murder mysteries to try to determine what really happened. This podcast is presented by Law & Crime Network (lawandcrime.com).
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Lis chats with Jeffrey Rinek on his work as author of In the Name of Children: an FBI Agent’s Relentless Pursuit of the Nation’s Worst Predators, and as an FBI agent responsible for cracking some of the most high-profile kidnapping cases from Jaycee Dugard to Cary Stayner. The post One on One with Author and FBI Agent, Jeffrey Rinek first appeared …
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Lis talks with Dr. William H. Reid about mental-health awareness and his new book, “A Dark Night in Aurora: Inside James Holmes and the Colorado Mass Shootings”, and the extensive interviews the forensic psychiatrist conducted with the Aurora, Co. movie theater shooter. The post One on One with Dr. William H. Reid: Aurora Mass Shooter Psychiatrist …
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Lis chats with one of the most influential law professors and criminal defense attorneys of our time, Alan Dershowitz, about the #1 New York Times best-selling author’s latest book, “The Case Against Impeaching Trump” and the process of impeaching a U.S. President. The post Alan Dershowitz Talks Impeachment and The Russia Probe first appeared on La…
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Lis chats with Attorney, Jerry Buting, as well as Aaron Keller of Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’ to discuss Brendan Dassey and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to hear his appeal. The post SCOTUS Decision on Making a Murderer’s Brendan Dassey first appeared on Law & Crime.Di Law & Crime Network
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Lis talks with former director of national intelligence, James Clapper to discuss his new book, “Facts and Fears: Hard Truths from a Life of Intelligence” and Ken Bensinger, investigative reporter and author of “Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World’s Biggest Sports Scandal”. The post One on One with James Clapper and Ken Bensinger f…
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Lis Wiehl and special guest, Dan Abrams discuss their experiences with some of the most historical trials and talk about their new books, ‘Lincoln’s Last Trial: The Murder Case That Propelled Him to the Presidency’ and ‘Hunting for Charles Manson: The Quest for Justice in the Days of Helter Skelter’. The post One on One with Dan Abrams first appear…
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Wiehl talks to Mark McKinnon, co-creator and star of Showtime’s political hit show,The Circus. They discuss the cancellation of Roseanne following the tweets from Roseanne Barr and take a deeper dive into the Mueller investigation. The post Mark McKinnon from ‘The Circus’ first appeared on Law & Crime.…
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Lis Wiehl and her guests Francine Hakes, former federal prosecutor and DOJ official, along with Kenneth Gude, a national security expert from the Center for American Progress, go head-to-head to discuss the alleged FBI informant and whether President Trump has a right to ask the DOJ to look into it. Is it an abuse of power? In the second part of th…
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Lis Wiehl speaks with former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci about the latest on the Michael Cohen scandal and Donald Trump’s reaction to it. Wiehl also explores the scandal surrounding New York State Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman. Can he get a fair investigation? Can the women who accuse him? Will any real charges be b…
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In part two of the Wiehl of Justice interview with newly exonerated Cal Harris, Cal opens up and explains why he wants justice for those he feels abused their official powers in his case. Was this personal? Were there motivations having nothing to do with actual evidence? Harris and his attorney Bruce Barket elaborate on these issues in this podcas…
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For Cal Harris, the fourth time was a charm. Harris was found not guilty of the murder of his wife, Michele Harris in a bench trial (no jury) before Judge Richard Mott on May 24. Harris had been convicted twice before, with those convictions overturned on appeal. His third trial ended in a hung jury. It’s only now that Harris can finally relax, kno…
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The tables are turned on this edition of Wiehl of Justice, as producer Jennifer Williams interviews Lis about her new book The Newsmakers. We learn more about the book’s central character, television reporter Erica Sparks, as she makes her way through the cutthroat jungle of a cable television news network. Are there any similarities between the li…
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It’s time to wrap up what we know about the Adeline Wilford murder case. In this episode, the Wiehl of Justice producers join Lis to share their thoughts. And contributing as well is a Wiehl of Justice podcast listener named Lisa, who tells us what she’s left with after hearing all the episodes for this case. It was great to have a listener give us…
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This time on Wiehl of Justice, we get the viewpoint of a well-respected and honored lawyer from Maryland to help shed some light on where the Wilford case goes from here. Attorney Harry Trainor, Jr. has practiced in Maryland for many years as both a criminal defense and civil litigation attorney. While he’s not personally involved in the post-trial…
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So far, I’ve been talking a lot about the more technical aspects of this case. The investigations. The evidence. The confessions. All of the things that added up to two men behind bars. But, there’s an emotional side to this too. Of course there is the emotional toll that this has taken on Jonathan and David. They’ve been behind bars for a long tim…
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Palm prints and polygraphs! Yes – those are the subjects of Episode 4 of the Adeline Wilford murder case. The plot most assuredly thickens in this episode, as three new characters come into play. Is it possible that these individuals are the ones actually responsible for the Wilford murder? In the last episode, we learned about the concept of “fals…
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Here we are at Episode 3 of the Adeline Wilford murder case. Thanks for staying with me as we try to ascertain exactly what happened to Adeline Wilford, and who was involved. In this episode we will delve into the fascinating topic of false confessions. Why would a suspect (or multiple suspects) confess to something they didn’t do? It turns out tha…
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In Episode 2 of The Adeline Wilford Murder, Wiehl of Justice takes a closer look at Beverly Haddaway. Ms. Haddaway was quite the character! She could swear like a sailor, and didn’t mince words when she wanted to express her opinion. Haddaway became integral to this erstwhile cold case because she was willing to implicate one of her own relatives –…
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Hi, Lis Wiehl here, and we’re back with another very intriguing murder case! In this Wiehl of Justice podcast series, we’re going to investigate the twists and turns of the Adeline Wilford murder. Investigators were baffled for years over the brutal killing of 64-year old Easton, MD resident Adeline Wilford. There just weren’t enough solid leads to…
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Patricia Cornwell sold her first novel, Postmortem, while working as a computer analyst at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Richmond, Virginia. At her first signing, held during a lunch break from the morgue, Patricia sold no copies of Postmortem and fielded exactly one question – an elderly woman asked her where she could find the cookb…
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A couple of months ago, I wrapped up the Cal Harris story on Wiehl of Justice. I left you with the knowledge that Cal’s third trial ended in a mistrial, and that I had learned from sources close to the trial that they jury was split 6-6 on whether or not Cal was guilty. I also told you that it wasn’t yet known if there would be a fourth trial. Well…
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John Gibson is the host of Gibson Radio talk program on FOX News Talk Radio weekdays from Noon – 3pm eastern, and he is a contributor on the FOX News Channel. “Beginning in 1992, Gibson worked as an NBC News correspondent in Burbank, California. In 1994, he became the first West coast correspondent for NBC News Channel. He covered the 1995 O. J. Si…
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Dr. Michael Baden, veteran forensic pathologist hired by Simpson’s lawyers to critique the autopsies of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman. Chief medical examiner in New York City from 1978 to 1979, Baden has reexamined forensic evidence in the murders of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr.Di William Sanchez
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An acclaimed Harvard Law School professor, Alan Dershowitz had an enviable life filled with book deals, speeches, and wealthy clients. He frequently appeared as a guest on network and cable television shows, often staking out controversial positions on issues relating to the criminal justice system. In his book, The Best Defense, Dershowitz gave a …
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The OJ Simpson trial was one of the first trials to be called “the trial of the century” and set the stage for how future cases would be covered by the major television networks. It also set the stage for what viewers would come to expect for trial coverage going forward. Subscribe for free on iTunes Gregg Jarrett joins Lis to discuss. Gregg Jarret…
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Subscribe on iTunes ​Geraldo Rivera is currently host of “Geraldo Rivera Reports” on Fox News Channel (FNC). He joined the network in 2001 as a war correspondent Rivera served as host of CNBC’s number-one rated prime time show, “Rivera Live,” where his critically-acclaimed coverage of the O.J. Simpson civil trial verdict set an all-time CNBC rating…
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We decided to take a break from our research on our next case so we can look back on this 20th anniversary of the OJ Simpson verdict. Subscribe on iTunes Many of us remember exactly where we were when the verdict came down. Most of the nation was glued to the television screen waiting to hear a guilty or not guilty verdict. The reaction to the verd…
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Lis Wiehl is one of the nation’s most prominent trial lawyers and highly regarded commentators. She is also the host of this podcast! Currently, she is the legal analyst and reporter on the Fox News Channel and Bill O’Reilly’s sparring partner in the weekly “Is It Legal?” segment on The O’Reilly Factor. Prior to that she was O’Reilly’s co-host on t…
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