Archive for the ‘For the Sake of Appearances’ Category

As scheduled and posted about previously, I appeared on Margaret McLean’s radio program “It’s A Crime” this part Saturday, June 22, and the appearance was a lot of fun. Margaret and I discussed her observations about cross-examination while covering the Whitey Bulger trial, and we also covered the status, just before opening statements, of the George Zimmerman second-degree murder trial in Sanford, Florida. I closed the show with a Supreme Court update; I think I forgot to predict that the Court would “punt” on Fisher v. University of Texas, however. It did.

I’ll link to the podcast on the show’s site when it becomes available. As always, Margaret was very kind and gracious and I enjoyed being on her program, which airs live every Saturday from 12 to 2 P.M. in Los Angeles and 3 P.M. to 5 P.M. in Philadephia.

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Today, from 1 P.M. to 2 P.M. Pacific time, I’ll be making a return appearance as a guest on Margaret McLean’s syndicated radio program “It’s A Crime.”  Margaret is a law professor, legal analyst and former prosecutor, as well as a best-selling author of some really good legal fiction and a very nice, compelling person.  Her show airs in both Los Angeles (KCAA 1050 AM) and Philadelphia (WJNC 1360 AM), and can be accessed live from anywhere by loading this page and clicking on the provided link to KCAA’s live Internet feed.  Check it out for my discussion with Margaret about the Bulger, Zimmerman, and Jackson trials, and well as (time permitting) a review of the Supreme Court’s latest rulings and anticipated major case decisions next week.     

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