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Just two weeks before her confirmation hearings were set to begin, Harriet Miers (search) makes a stunning announcement. Why did she withdraw her nomination and who will replace her? We'll get reaction from Craig Enoch, former Texas Supreme Court justice, and Susan Estrich, former clerk for Justice Stevens and author of "The Case for Hillary Clinton."
Then, Aruban police investigating Natalee Holloway's (search) disappearance have a new request tonight. Find out what it is and why Natalee's mother is furious!
Plus, Pamela Vitale's (search) accused killer appears before a California judge. We'll take you inside the courtroom and get the legal lowdown from Greta's panel of legal eagles:
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
And, there are less than 24-hours before the grand jury in the CIA leak case is dismissed. Will indictments be handed down before jurors are released? We'll ask Michael Zeldin, former independent counsel.
These stories and much more! Don't miss your chance to go "On the Record" tonight!
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"On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" is a one-hour news and analysis program involving a diverse component of newsmaker interviews anchored by distinguished journalist and renowned trial lawyer Greta Van Susteren.
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