George Zimmerman arrested again
Authorities in Florida charged George Zimmerman with aggravated assault –a felony– for allegedly pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend. He was arrested at her home today and taken into custody. He's also charged with battery and criminal mischief. Anderson talks about the latest developments with Former Federal Prosecutor and Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos.
November 19, 2013
Residents trying to "Pillowcase Rapist" from moving into their community
Danny Cevallos on AC 360 discussing residents of a California community who are none too pleased about the "Pillowcase Rapist" being released to their community.
October 28, 2013
Utah doctor accused of killing his wife
October 18, 2013
Could feds bring a civil right's case against George Zimmerman?
If authorities move forward with a civil rights case against George Zimmerman, how difficult would it be to prove? Anderson discussed it with criminal defense attorney Danny Cevallos and CNN legal analyst and former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin. August 2, 2013
Alexander case and Stand Your Ground law
AC360's legal panel and Marissa Alexander's attorney, Bruce Zimet, discuss his client's appeal and Florida's Stand Your Ground law. July 17, 2013
How a sequestered jury deliberates
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Jeffrey Toobin discuss Zimmerman's jury and how long a verdict may take. July 12, 2013
Hostin: The right judge for this case
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss Judge Debra Nelson's no-nonsense style. July 11, 2013
Was the prosecution's closing effective?
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss the prosecution's use of props during closing. July 11, 2013
Is Rachel Jeantel a credible witness?
The prosecution's closing asked the jury to judge Rachel Jeantel on the content of her testimony, not her personality. Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark debate. July 11, 2013
Should jury see crime scene reenactment?
George Zimmerman's defense team wants to show the jury a 3-D animation simulating events from the night of Trayvon Martin's shooting based on witness testimony. Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss whether or not it should be shown to the jury. July 9, 2013
Zimmerman's former trainer demonstrates
Anderson Cooper and his expert legal panel discuss the testimony of George Zimmerman's former trainer. July 9, 2013
Family testimony in Zimmerman trial
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss how family testimony affects a jury. July 8, 2013
Lead investigator admits Zimmerman's call showed 'spite'
The lead investigator admitted that George Zimmerman's 911 call showed "ill will" and "spite." July 3, 2013
Geragos: This is an uphill battle for the prosecution
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss the testimony of Jonathan Good, a key witness in the George Zimmerman trial, who said he “saw a lighter skinned man on bottom” during the scuffle. June 28, 2013
Use of "cracker" in the court room
Former prosecutor Sunny Hostin and Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos debate the role of racial terms in the Zimmerman trial. June 27, 2013
Zimmerman trial: dramatic third day
Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin and Criminal Defense Attorney Danny Cevallos discuss testimony by Trayvon's friend, neighborhood witnesses and previous 911 calls on the third day of the George Zimmerman trial. June 27, 2013
New Day Midday – CEO: White males aren't 'protected class'
December 3, 2013
From traffic stop to colonoscopy
November 14, 2013
(CNN) -- All of us as drivers have failed at one point or another to yield at a stop sign. Most of the time we get away with it. Sometimes we get stopped by the police. The punishment usually includes a court date and/or a fine. Sometimes, apparently, it can lead to something much worse. In Deming, New Mexico, according to a lawsuit filed in federal court, failing to yield can lead to ... an anal cavity search.
The shocking allegations of David Eckert's complaint are worth a read, though at least the defendant-prosecutor has denied many of them. The other defendants include the arresting police officers, the hospital and doctors. Irrespective of whether the allegations are ultimately proven, this lawsuit raises some larger questions: How do police get from a traffic stop to a colonoscopy?Read more...
12-year-old with handgun kills teacher
October 23, 2013
Mom talks band director's texts to daughter
October 18, 2013
In attack, can we judge bikers without bias?
October 3, 2013
(CNN) -- New York prosecutors dropped charges against one of two men arrested in a chaotic motorcycle chase that ended in the beating of SUV driver Alexian Lien. It started when his Range Rover collided with a motorcycle in a phalanx riding down a Manhattan highway on Sunday. Video, taken by a camera on the helmet of one of the many bikers who chased Lien as he sped away, shows bikers catching up with Lien's SUV and bashing its windows.
This has brought bikers under intense scrutiny. But I'll say it: Motorbike enthusiasts, on the whole, get a bad rap. A minority of them cause trouble, sometimes a lot of trouble, which causes an undeserved prejudice against the majority. And that prejudice can subtly influence law enforcement, just as it can the public at large.Read more...
Did David Pietz strangle his wife?
October 2, 2013
UT death: What did cocktail of drugs have in common?
October 2, 2013
Prosecution Scores Big on Day One of Amanda Knox Murder Retrial
October 1, 2013