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High Profile Criminal Cases / A Discussion #1047617

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 12, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) What happened to famous criminal defendants after their famous acquittals examined; scenes shown from O.J. Simpson, the Casey Anthony, the Rodney King beating, Michael Jackson child molestation trials; details given about the civil lawsuit and kidnapping trial against Simpson, Anthony's life as a free woman, the rioting in Los Angeles after the King case, the tragic ends for King and Jackson.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN"s Jeffrey Toobin and criminal defense attorneys Mark Geragos and Jose Baez about the famous cases and what happens afterwards. [TOOBIN - talks about Simpson's later trial verdict.] [GERAGOS - comments on his role in the Susan McDougal trials: you never get over it.] [BAEZ - talks about his role after the Anthony trial and how defense lawyers are perceived.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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