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Is the criminal justice system flawless, or is it capable of making deadly mistakes? Should the irreversible punishment of the death penalty (search) be an option in a method that is not completely foul proof?
Former LAPD detective Mark Fuhrman exposes the shocking truth behind our criminal justice system’s ultimate punishment in his new book, he will join us.
Ambassador L. Paul Bremer (search), the U.S. administrator in Iraq, has forecasted the need for ‘tens of billions of dollars’ to rebuild the war-torn country. Can the U.S. handle this financial obligation alone? Or should a multinational force take charge of reconstruction efforts?
Fresh off an investigative mission of the country that was formally under Saddam rule, Reps. Marty Meehan, D-Mass., and Tom Davis, R-Va., will have important details.
Should Kobe Bryant’s (search) defense team be privy to medical records from the accuser’s past? Does the 19-year-old hotel worker relinquish her right to confidentiality by pressing charges against the NBA star?
FOX legal analyst Peter Johnson and defense attorney Jeralyn Merritt will assess the latest.
Governor Gray Davis (search) now supports a measure that would allow illegal aliens to get driver’s licenses, which could help sign up new voters through the Motor Voter program.
Why now? Is it for the good of the constituents or a move to create a new voting block? California Assemblyman Ray Haynes will join the debate.
And in California both Arnold Schwarzenegger (search) and Governor Gray Davis are being noticed, for not wanting to be noticed.
Schwarzenegger has decided to skip the first televised debate and the governor has unleashed a TV ad in which he is not the star.
Reps. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., and Xavier Becerra, D-Calif., weigh in.
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
-All guests and topics subject to change