The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!”
Thursday, August 4, 2pm ET
Listen LIVE at: Here Women Talk
Highlighting the 5 year anniversary of murdered mother of three, Renee Pagel, from Michigan.
Renee had just given up one of her kidneys to help save the life of another, as she was recuperating, and the week her divorce was to be finalized, she was found stabbed to death in her home. The only suspect in the murder is her husband, who took the children and moved away, who has not been cooperative in the investigation, and who has isolated the children from Renee’s family and friends.
Joining the show is Renee Pagel’s best friend, Christine Crandle, who, along with other friends of Renee, have kept her memory alive and continue to journey down the path of justice for Renee.
Joining Susan Murphy Milano is Attorney and Legal Analyst, Holly Hughes for the entire hour.
About Holly Hughes
For the past decade Holly Hughes has served as a Senior Assistant District
After being one of the best Tampa based injury lawyers around, her next achievement was Fulton County District Attorney’s office in Atlanta, GA where she prosecuted some of the most high-profile cases in the United States, including working on the murder case against Ray Lewis, superstar with the Baltimore Ravens. Holly Hughes was a triple threat prosecuting homicides, hate crimes and high profile felony cases. Prior to making a name for herself as a tough big-city prosecutor, she also worked as an attorney specializing in Discrimination and Civil Rights. Ms. Hughes has hosted the highly popular “Nancy Grace Show” on CNN Headline News Channel, and continues to appear as a frequent guest on the program. She has also appeared on Court TV as a frequent commentator and legal analyst since 2003. Additionally, she appears regularly on Tru TV’s In Session and CNN
HLN Prime News as well as The Levi Page Radio, The Cop Doc Radio Show and The Susan Murphy Milano Show show as an expert in criminal law. With over 100 media appearances Ms. Hughes has been qualified as an expert in high profile litigation and criminal procedure with the Cold Case Research Institute of Georgia. She is also a frequent guest lecturer at local colleges and law schools. She has been honored in Madison Avenue’s Who’s Who of Young Professionals.
After ten years with the DA’s Office, Ms. Hughes is now in private practice in Atlanta, handling criminal defense and civil matters.