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The man charged with stabbing his young daughter and her best friend to death was denied bond Wednesday during a court hearing. Will Jerry Hobbs (search) face the death penalty for this horrific double homicide? Greta has an exclusive interview with Lake County State's Attorney Michael Waller.
Hobbs has a violent history and a criminal record dating back to 1990. So why wasn't he in jail? We'll ask Rick Mahler, chief felony prosecutor in Wichita County, Texas.
Police have no murder weapon linking him to the crime, but prosecutors say they have a videotaped confession. Is that enough to convict Hobbs in a court of law? We'll get the lowdown from Greta's legal eagles:
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Jeff Brown, criminal defense attorney
• Jayne Weintraub, criminal defense attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
Plus, did the killer leave behind any physical evidence that ties him to the crime? We'll examine the evidence with Mark Furhman, former LAPD homicide, and Dr. Michael Baden, forensic pathologist.
And, actor Macaulay Culkin takes the witness stand in the Michael Jackson (search) child molestation trial. Did he help the "King of Pop's" defense? We'll ask KFI Radio reporter, Laura Ingle.
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