After years of talking about Bill Cosby, hearing allegations from over 50 women, and watching or reading about the legal wrangling of the criminal justice system, he is finally in prison and will likely die there. The judge sentenced Cosby to 3-10 … [Read more...] about Mediation is not always the answer – case in point – Cosby…Sexual Predator
Can a judge tell the police what to do? Can it tell the police, ahead of time, to ignore their best judgment?The ACLU filed a class action against the Phoenix Police Department for use of excessive force at the Trump rally back in August 2017. … [Read more...] about Can the Court Tell the Police When to Ignore Their Best Judgment?
I just returned from a FANTASTIC trip to CNN Headquarters and the HLN and CNN studios! I was deeply honored when it was suggested that I head to Phatlanta to join Vinnie Politan, Ryan Smith and Joey Jackson in the studio for HLN's Making It In … [Read more...] about HLN + CNN = FUN!
Do you plan on going boating this summer? Do you plan on having a party on a boat this summer? Do you plan on having alcohol on the boat or drinking it while on the boat? Sounds like a fun time if you ask me so I want to give you some tips to make … [Read more...] about Drinking and Boating? Watch Out!
Judge Stephens issued her order regarding whether cameras will be allowed in the courtroom during the retrial of the penalty phase in State v. Jodi Arias. I am happy to report that yes, cameras will be allowed! However, no coverage can be aired … [Read more...] about Cameras Allowed in Retrial of Jodi Arias
I have been adding a lot of video blog and written blog entries over on KTAR.com to go along with my radio show, The Agenda. Please navigate over there and take a look! Listen to The Agenda on Sunday nights from 6-8 pm PST on News Talk 92.3 KTAR, … [Read more...] about You Can Find New Blog Entries Over On KTAR.COM
The jury has been deliberating for 3 days in the State v. Marissa Devault death penalty trial. The jury can convict her of First Degree Murder, Second Degree Murder (heat of passion) or it could acquit her - although I find that unlikely. Here is a … [Read more...] about Quick Update on Day 3 of Jury Deliberations in State v. Devault
MKL's take on the Opening Statements in Devault Today I was in the courtroom for the opening statements in the State v. Marissa Devault case. This is a death penalty case in Maricopa County. The State is alleging Devault murdered her husband by … [Read more...] about Opening Statements in St. v. Marissa Devault