The timing of the Boston bombing suspect's Miranda rights has sparked debate. Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin weigh in.
Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin react to Anderson Cooper's conversation with Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's doctor who's serving a four year sentence for the singer's death.
In the surprising exclusive, Murray gave his account of his relationship with Jackson, argued why he thinks his manslaughter conviction should be overturned, and sang a song to explain himself.
Toobin says despite Murray not being a good doctor, he made a valid point about the role of Jackson's family in the story. "He is not the only person responsible for Michael Jackson's death. Michael Jackson himself is responsible, his bums and leeches in his family who are now even in death trying to profit off him...I think sorting out the responsibility for his death is going to be difficult in this case."
Nancy Grace is still missing her prized handcuff necklace. And she’s naming Anderson as a suspect. But he’s not the only one in her criminal crosshairs. So is Mark Geragos, and they’re all on The RidicuList.
The desperate search for Nancy Grace's prized handcuff necklace is still on. The one she was wearing recently during an appearance on AC360° to discuss the Jodi Arias trial. Anderson openly admired the statement piece along with the rest of the panel, Mark Geragos and Jeffrey Toobin. Now, it's gone without a trace. Suspicious, right?
Nancy is not ruling out anyone at CNN as a potential culprit. Sure, Anderson has three jobs, but does he have an alibi for the time the jewelry went MIA? Jeff claims on Twitter he didn't take it, but in the same tweet he plants the seed for a future memory loss defense (nice try). And then there's Mark. He and Nancy have had their differences, traded barbs, and talked over each other on air, but the necklace isn't really his style. Or is it?
Nancy Grace and Jeffrey Toobin are in favor of the jurors asking Jodi Arias questions in court. Toobin says it proves the men and women deciding if Arias lives or dies are focused and paying attention.
The jury collectively submitted over 200 questions for the defendant. Mark Geragos calls it absurd to have an "interactive" trial that allows that type of questioning.
Nancy Grace and Jeffrey Toobin say they're impressed with jurors' questions for Jodi Arias. And Mark Geragos agrees with Grace on how Arias' claim of self-defense could hurt defendants in the future who suffer from battered woman syndrome. Anderson Cooper talks to all three about those issues and more in a lively discussion about the dramatic trial.
HLN’s Nancy Grace, Criminal Defense Attorney Mark Geragos and CNN Senior Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin argue the tactics used by Jodi Arias and her attorney to prove she killed her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in self-defense.