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Craig Melven talks with attorney Karen Desoto on MSNBC about legal opinions about the Arias Hung Jury, and the AEG wrongful-death suit. With Arias making lots of statements in a litany of TV interviews, the question was raised as to the expected followup. Only 40 women have ever been put to death in the past 100 years, and Karen notes that “I don’t believe that any jury is going to put this woman to death.”

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Do we need voter I.D. cards in an election year? Pennsylvania’s state Supreme Court on Thursday took up a controversial case over the state’s new voting law, which requires voters to furnish a photo ID before casting their ballots. The question, however, is not whether Voter I.D. cards should be used, but rather, when and how a Voter I.D. law should be passed and implemented without violating the constitution.

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Karen DeSoto and Erica hill talked at length, and in depth, where Karen noted that ”At the end of the day, he [Oscar Pistorius] admits that he killed her,” said former prosecutor Karen DeSoto.

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Legal analyst Karen Desoto appears on the Today Show with Lester Holt discussing the appeal of Amanda Knox.

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Legal analyst Karen DeSoto talks with Jenna Wolfe on the Today Show about the possible release of American hikers being held on espionage charges in Iran.

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Legal analyst Karen Desoto appears on the Today Show Wolfe with Jenna to discuss the legal aspects of the Conrad Murray trial

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karen Desoto is Quoted in Blog about Children Killing Children : What does it say about a society with children killing children; when children victims become violent and find their own children victims? When a thirteen year old is capable of sexually

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Michael Jackson Doctor Trial Discussion: Will jury blame doc for Michael Jackson’s death? Jenna Wolfe talks with guest legal-analyst Karen DeSoto about the severity of the case, and the prosecutors burden of proof on The Today Show.

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Craig Melven talks with attorney Karen Desoto on MSNBC about legal opinions about the Arias Hung Jury, and the AEG wrongful-death suit. With Arias making lots of statements in a litany of TV interviews, the question was raised as to the expected followup. Only 40 women have ever been put to death in the past 100 years, and Karen notes that “I don’t believe that any jury is going to put this woman to death.”

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