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Susan Filan Joins The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up,” Along with Anne Peterson and Cherry Simpson

The Susan Murphy Milano Show “Time’s Up!”

Thursday, March 24



Legal Analyst,Susan Filan

Filan began providing commentary on MSNBCFox NewsCNNCourt TVABC NewsCBS News, and BBC News in 2005 on several high-profile cases including Michael Jackson and Scott Peterson. In May 2005, Filan resigned as a prosecutor to pursue a career in media when she was hired by NBC News and MSNBC to provide exclusive legal analysis of the Michael Jackson trial. She covered the trial fromSanta Maria, California. After Jackson’s acquittal on all charges, Filan returned home and began providing legal analysis for MSNBC and occasionally appeared on NBC. In 2006, she was promoted to MSNBC Senior Analyst.

In addition to appearing as an analyst on MSNBC’s daytime and primetime programs, Filan also has served as a guest host for “The Abrams Report.” Filan has been quoted in print media around the world.


Anne Peterson

Anne Peterson is a Christian poet/speaker who has learned firsthand about God’s goodness. Having lost her mother, her father and having dealt with her sister’s disappearance, Anne has experienced pain at a young age, but God used each and every circumstance to draw her into a closer relationship with Him. While we can’t change many of our circumstances, what we do have control over is our responses to them.

Cherry Simpson

Cherry Simpson is a Victim’s Advocate and Activist for Justice.  Her daughter escaped a violent relationship which thrust Cherry into the system to keep her and her children safe from the abuser and keep him behind bars.  Over the last few years she has make connections with some of the best advocates in the country.  Cherry’s niece, Lacey Gaines, was not so lucky, she was murdered as a result of intimate partner violence, and Cherry continues her quest for justice for Lacey.  Author of the blog, Justice Activist and Contributing Writer for Time’s Up, Cherry professionally speaks her mind in hopes of helping others.

Known as the “Jane Wayne of Justice,” Susan Murphy Milano always stands up as a voice for those who are silenced in a world of intimidation and violence within their homes and in courtrooms across the country.

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