Topics and Guests: March 16

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Greta's live from Redwood City (search) — The judge imposed the death penalty for Scott Peterson (search), and there was drama in the courtroom. Peterson stunned a packed courtroom showing no emotion as a family shouting match erupted and Laci’s mother had some searing words for him. We’ll talk with some of the jurors in the trial.

We’ll have the breaking news on the manhunt in the case of missing Florida girl Jessica Lunsford (search). Could the man police are seeking, be the key to finding Jessica? Her family speaks out as Greta talks with the girl’s grandparents, Archie and Ruth Lunsford.

Plus, a verdict in the Robert Blake murder trial. The jury found Blake not guilty of killing his wife Bonny Lee Bakley (search) – we’ll have reaction from the sister of Blake’s slain wife, Margerry Bakley.

Plus, we'll get reaction from our legal panel:

• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Jeanine Pirro, Westchester County, New York district attorney
• Geoffrey Fieger, criminal defense attorney
• Laura Ingle, KFI Radio reporter

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