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Day four of the Michael Jackson (search) trial gets underway with a sheriff's photographer who videotaped the Neverland ranch taking the stand. Will the testimony shed any new light on this controversial trial? Laura Ingle, a reporter for KFI Radio, gives us an update from outside the Santa Maria courtroom.
Alex Kelly (search) raped two girls in 1986, fled the country to avoid conviction, and was finally sentenced 11 years later to serve 16 years in prison. Now he says he's rehabilitated and wants parole. Should he be allowed to get out of jail early? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' judicial analyst, weighs in.
Plus — student's privacy rights vs. a school's duty to limit drug and alcohol use — where should we draw the line? Dr. Carole Hankin, superintendent for Syosset, N.Y. School District, responds.
President Bush says the U.S. is on a constant hunt for Usama bin Laden — the first time he's mentioned bin Laden by name in a long time. The comments came as the president formally welcomed the new Homeland Security Secretary, Michael Chertoff. FOX News' Wendell Goler joins us from the White House lawn.
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Join Shepard Smith every Monday through Friday at 3 p.m. ET for FOX News Channel's daytime show "Studio B."
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