Attorney Marc Saggese joins the show to give us the legal analysis on the man who shot another man through his front door because he was banging on it late at night. Sylvia Longmire, contributing editor with Breitbart talks about the recent story about San Diego Border Patrol releasing 500 illegal aliens per day. Niger Innis, Candidate for Congress in District 4 comes in studio to talk about the campaign.
Rachel Jeantel, the young woman who was on the phone with Florida teen Trayvon Martin minutes before his shooting death, said in a Monday interview with CNN that she was “disappointed,” “sad” and “angry” that George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder charges.
Cal Potter is with Potter Law Offices and Attorney for Rhonda Gibson, talks about how a Grand Jury decided not to indict Jesus Arevalo in the fatal shooting of disabled veteran Stanley Gibson.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 11/16/12: Metro Police, Department Of Justice, And The Wall-To-Wall Free For All
Yesterday the Department of Justice released a report that gave Metro Police recommendations that says it will reduce officer-involved shootings.
Clark County Commissioner Steve Sisolak talks about the recent surcharge form the Southern Nevada Water Authority and how this will affect small businesses in the valley.
Live And Local With Kevin Wall 05/21/12: Public Sector Jobs, The Catholic Church, And Trayvon Martin
Thom Reilly is the Former CEO of Clark County and breaks down the difference in pay between public and private employees.
Marc Saggese is the senior partner at Saggese And Associates and tells us if it was a good idea for george Zimmerman to apoligize today in court.
Attorney Marc Saggese from Saggese And Associates talks about the George Zimmerman charges.