By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c) www.artharris.com, all righrts reserved
Nancy Grace gigs Atlanta criminal defense lawyer Ray Giudice, as usual, asking of Casey Anthony might blame “Dingo dogs or Martians next.”
But Giudice bobs and weaves, tries a winning smile, then lays blame at the feet of Jose Baez.
“What we’re seeing,” says Giudice, one our top sponsors at The Bald Truth,’ “is an incompetent defense team. Their experts aren’t prepared, Their direct exams are sloppy, and as we all know, a sloppy direct can lead to a devastating cross.” Read the rest of this entry »
By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
She splits her time now between New York City and Atlanta, where she hit her hot streak as a Fulton County prosecutor (almost 100 felony cases, no losses at trial), then wound up as the late Johnny Cochran’s sidekick on “Cochran and Grace,” a legal show with a brief run.
But Nancy Grace had legs, and kept running to make her own TV history: from Court TV anchor to CNN Headline News superstar with a loyal 700,000 nightly fan base of true crime afficionados, to author and now gifted novelist.
Recent book signings for her first novel and New York Times bestseller, “The Eleventh Victim,” (Hyperion, $25.99) strongly autobiographical, stretched out the door of an Atlanta book store the other day, as she posed and signed autographs for friends, fans, and locals who thanked her for once keeping their city safe.
Nancy Grace Makes Novel Debut: The Eleventh Victim, (Hyperion, $25.99)
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By Art Harris, The Bald Truth, (c) www.artharris.com, all rights reserved
Hot off the presses, the Michael Jackson updated death certificate. It notes as before, it’s a homicide, which means dying at the hands of another, but doesn’t ascribe blame or to what degree–yet. Just that he died from an “intravenous injection administered by another,” with the cause of death “acute propofol intoxication.”
Sources tell me authorities are still digging deeper to tie other drugs in his system to Dr. Conrad Murray or others among the many docs who seemed to prescribe the King of Pop whatever he wanted, without knowing — because Jackson refused to tell them — what he was getting from others.
Will have more coming soon on … including an exclusive interview with Michael Jackson’s manager, Frank Dileo who we interviewed for an E! News special that aired last weekend and may re-air on E! when he’s buried at Forest Lawn.
Ed Chernoff, Houston attorney for Dr. Conrad Murray