The Richland County Sheriff's Department officer spoke with A&E Real Crime about how being in the military and in law enforcement are similar, how social media has impacted policing and the importance of police transparency.
Journalist Murray Weiss, who has covered organized crime for over 30 years and who is now at CBS News, tells us why working-class people loved John Gotti, how the Mafia has changed since the 1980s and what it was like for John Gotti Jr. to leave the mob.
Marcus Parks of 'The Last Podcast on the Left' thinks Casey Anthony got away with murder. He spoke with A&E Real Crime about how he believes the crime went down—and why the focus on chloroform as the murder weapon was a big mistake.
Nancy Grace of 'Grace vs. Abrams' spoke with A&E Real Crime about whether the double-jeopardy rule should be abolished, recent cases the media isn't paying enough attention to and whether it's opportunistic to report on crime stories.
K-9 Master Trainer Lt. Glenn Jackson, who helps train Live PD's Flex and Cairo along with their human partners, on what he looks for in bringing in new police dogs, the relationship between K-9s and their partners and a funny challenge he had with training Cairo.
Dep. Rebecca Loeb of the Lake County Sheriff's Department spoke to A&E Real Crime about her transition from lawyer to law-enforcement officer, the challenges and benefits of being a female in a male-dominated profession and those funky pink handcuffs.