Topics and Guests: January 31

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Jury selection starts in the Michael Jackson (search) trial. Will his superstar status help or hurt his case? And can he get an impartial jury in a small town like Santa Maria?

We'll break down the day's events with:

KFI Radio's Laura Ingle
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco district attorney
• Jeanine Pirro, former Westchester County judge and current Westchester County district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, defense attorney
• Ted Williams, defense attorney

Plus, there are new developments involving a missing Georgia woman. What did Cindy Lynch's husband allegedly tell her girlfriend the day after she vanished? It's Part II of our exclusive interview with Donna Kent, one of the last people to speak with Cindy Lynch before she vanished.

And, we'll get reaction to the historic elections in Iraq from Dan Senor, former Coalition Provisional Authority spokesperson.

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