Guests and Topics for April 1

Here's what is on tap for Friday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Terri Schiavo's case impacted people all over the world. So, how are those that fought so hard to keep Terri alive holding up? We'll ask Pamela Hennessy, media director for the Terri Schiavo-Schindler Foundation.

Then, could a wrongful death lawsuit be the next step? Arthur Aidala, criminal defense attorney and former New York prosecutor, gives us the legal lowdown.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

The pope's condition has worsened and Catholics around the world are waiting for word from the Vatican. Is the pontiff expected to recover? We'll hear from Bishop Francis Kane, the auxiliary bishop of Chicago.

Few people were allowed in the room when Terri Schiavo died. So, was it really a peaceful death? We'll ask George Felos, Michael Schiavo's attorney who was in the room when Terri passed.

Plus, Terri Schiavo's own parents were barred from seeing Terri during her final dying moments. How is this legal? David Gibbs, Terri Schiavo's parents' attorney, weighs in.

And, how is Terri's family coping with their grief? We'll ask Brother Paul O'Donnell, Terri Schiavo's family's spiritual advisor.

Then, now that Terri Schiavo has died, what will doctors learn from her upcoming autopsy? Dr. Michael Baden, forensic pathologist, responds.

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