Lis Wiehl, current Law & Crime Network host and former Fox News host, explores with a legal lens some of the most prevalent topics of the day whether it's politics, crime, or justice. Wiehl discusses current events with many high-profile guests around the country, while navigating listeners through the twists and turns of some of the most notorious true crime murder mysteries to try to determine what really happened. This podcast is presented by Law & Crime Network (lawandcrime.com).
One on One with Author and FBI Agent, Jeffrey Rinek
Lis chats with Jeffrey Rinek on his work as author of In the Name of Children: an FBI Agent’s Relentless Pursuit of the Nation’s Worst Predators, and as an FBI agent responsible for cracking some of the most high-profile kidnapping cases from Jaycee Dugard to Cary Stayner.
One on One with Dr. William H. Reid: Aurora Mass Shooter Psychiatrist
Lis talks with Dr. William H. Reid about mental-health awareness and his new book, “A Dark Night in Aurora: Inside James Holmes and the Colorado Mass Shootings”, and the extensive interviews the forensic psychiatrist conducted with the Aurora, Co. movie theater shooter.
One on One with Julio Briones
Lis and former prosecutor Bob Bianchi chat with ex-felon Julio Briones about how he used his prison sentence to turn his life around.
An Examination of ‘The Staircase’: One on One with David Rudolf
Lis chats with the prominent criminal defense attorney, David Rudolf of Netflix’s popular true crime documentary, ‘The Staircase’.
Alan Dershowitz Talks Impeachment and The Russia Probe
Lis chats with one of the most influential law professors and criminal defense attorneys of our time, Alan Dershowitz, about the #1 New York Times best-selling author’s latest book, “The Case Against Impeaching Trump” and the process of impeaching a U.S. President.
SCOTUS Decision on Making a Murderer’s Brendan Dassey
Lis chats with Attorney, Jerry Buting, as well as Aaron Keller of Netflix’s ‘Making a Murderer’ to discuss Brendan Dassey and the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision not to hear his appeal.