Siegler Video is Up

I finally got the video of Kelly Siegler and Murray Newman’s appearance on Reasonable Doubt up and running. It’s not as high-res as I would like, but it’s watchable.

Now stop bugging me.

0 responses to “Siegler Video is Up”

  1. Hah. That’s not what I meant to say. I don’t know why I used the word innovation.

    This tv segment – weekly interview series – how long has that gone on in your county?

  2. Hundreds of years. Well, for a time, we didn’t have the use of t.v., but now, we use firearms on the segment less. It’s the new west these days.

  3. Reasonable Doubt has been on the air for about 10 years, I think, with a succession of hosts. This was the first show with prosecutorial guests and, as pro.v notes, no gunplay.

  4. gideon, I asked Dan Gerson, the originator of Reasonable Doubt; the show was started in ’99 by him and Adam Moskowitz before Adam moved off to Denver and started selling insurance.


    Pretrial diversion is a procedure by which a person accused of a crime can, with the government’s agreement, avoid further prosecution by completing certain probation-like conditions. It’s better than deferred adjudication because it is not a formal probation, and can therefore be expunged.

  5. Thanks for the definition. I’m thinking they’ve never used that term on Law and Order (smile) so it was new to me and that makes it the something new I learned today! Yea!

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