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Jodi Arias Trial: The Media Event of 2013? Ask Doc Bonn on The Dr. Laurie Roth Show!

Another attractive, young, white woman is awaiting trial for a brutal murder, one so horrific that we ask can a jury find her guilty? And when deliberating, will they honestly weigh all the evidence and look beyond the pretty smile and demure manner? Jodi Arias is accused of shooting her ex-boyfriend, Travis Alexander, in the face and then stabbing him 27 times before slitting his throat from ear to ear. Could she have been acting in self-defense as her attorneys are suggesting? Like the Casey Anthony trial, this trial promises to be the next media event, covered gavel to gavel by the networks, and pundits will examine every minute detail of the testimony, and you can bet all eyes will be on Jodi Arias. Dr. Scott Bonn, noted criminologist and author, will analyze the nuances of this case on The Dr. Laurie Roth Show Wednesday, January 2 broadcasting at 8-9 Pacific, 11-12 Eastern time. In his last appearance with Dr. Laurie Roth, Scott Bonn discussed the violent culture of the US. Will society’s acceptance of …

Diane Fanning Appearing on InSession as Commentator on the Casey Anthony Trial

True Crime Author, Diane Fanning, who wrote the definitive book on Caylee Anthony, “Mommy’s Little Girl,” (St. Martins) has been invited to comment on the upcoming trial of Caylee’s mother, Casey Anthony, on Friday, May 6 at 10am. Casey Anthony faces a capital murder charge for the death in July 2008 of her 2 year old daughter, Caylee, who was missing for five months before being found dead near the home of Casey’s parents, George and Cindy Anthony. Fanning’s book, released in November, 2009, takes tons of raw data, along with extensive interviews, and weaves the story of little Caylee Anthony and her tragic death into a tightly knit presentation.  Anyone who is following the upcoming trial and needs background information, should have a copy of “Mommy’s Little Girl.” Jury selection in the trial is expected to begin on May 9, 2011, amidst the backdrop of media that will be flocking to the Orlando courtroom, much like the days of OJ Simpson’s trial. IN SESSION (previously Court TV) is the only television network to serve …