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Legal Roundup: High-Profile Cases / Toobin, Pixley Interviews #728542

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 11, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin† and trial attorney Chris Pixley† about current high-profile legal cases, the suburban Chicago high school hazing incident and the Laci Peterson murder case; video of the hazing shown. [TOOBIN – comments on the possibility of criminal charges against the girls involved in the hazing; says a diversion program may be appropriate; comments on Mark Geragos††’ strategy in the Peterson case.] [PIXLEY - talks about whether the students or the parents are responsible in the hazing; comments on Illinois’ hazing law; discusses Geragos’ call for witnesses to the Peterson murder.]

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