Guests and Topics for March 6 & 7

Martha Stewart (search) was convicted Friday of obstructing justice and lying to the government about a suspicious stock sale, a devastating verdict that probably means prison time for the homemaking and publishing icon. How did Wall Street react? What lies ahead for domestic diva? And how will the verdict impact other corporate trials?

Plus, President Bush rolls out his first re-election campaign ads. Why are they causing such a fuss?

Hosts Juliet Huddy, Mike Jerrick and Julian Phillips investigate those questions and much more with:

Saturday

• John Kelly, former prosecutor
Fox News contributors Ellen Ratner and Jim Pinkerton
Chef Jean Marie Lacroix
• Stuart Varney, Fox Business News contributor
• Barney Gimbel of Newsweek magazine
• Craig Mitnik, criminal defense attorney
• Melinda McAllister, defense attorney
Retired U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Paul Vallely
• Caroline Dhavernas, star of "Wonderfalls" 
• Stephen Hess, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution
• Barry Minkow, served seven years in jail for fraud
• Steve Lemme, Kevin Heffernan and Paul Soter, stars of "Club Dread"
• Deb Himsel, author of "Leadership Sopranos Style"

Sunday

• Simon Crittle, reporter for Time magazine
• Joanne Weir, author of “Cooking in the City“
• Dr. Georgia Witkin, FNC contributor
• Paul Callan, criminal defense attorney
• Kim Alfano, Republican strategist
• Julie Roginsky, Democratic strategist
• Bill Boggs, host of “Talk Show Confidential"
• Dr. Steve Adubato, media analyst

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