After I lost my fiance, it seemed like it would be better to always be alone than to risk being hurt again.— Nancy Grace
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I have 'To Kill A Mockingbird' signed by Harper Lee. That is my prized possession.
I was in the courtroom prosecuting violent felonies for well over a decade.
The fact remains, in the wrestling industry there is a very high occurrence of untimely deaths for a lot of different reasons. I feel it's the industry's fault. I don't think these guys and women, but mostly guys are the ones dying inordinately young, I don't think that they are told all the risks of what they're getting into.
I don't like juries having the wool pulled over their eyes.
I don't think that's what the Constitution is about.
I would wipe my tears, and walk out of the stall and the bathroom, and march myself back into that courtroom because the only way that I could deal with Keith's [ Griffin] murder was to feel like I was doing something about it. In retrospect, what did I do? I know that I put a lot of bad guys in jail and if I kept them off the street one day more, that may have been one less crime victim.
My husband makes me stay totally quiet in movies because otherwise it's [five minutes in] and I go, "Oh, so-and-so did it," and he's like, "OK, I haven't even finished my popcorn and you ruined it for me."
If I dare to tear up or shed a tear, then I'm criticized for that as well! It's a horrible double standard, but quite frankly, I don't have time enough to fight that battle and fight crime. I chose to fight crime and ignore the rest. I just keep going to the best I can.
I really believe that professional wrestlers are not protected.
I think everybody gets a big kick out of watching them and whether the wrestling is real or not, people love watching it.
I have faith in the jury system.
I don't know how much longer that's going to last but I can tell you this much: If I was to listen and pay attention to everyone that criticized me for, some rightly and some wrongly, I'd stay home under the bed. I don't mean under the covers, I mean under the bed. I would never have achieved a single thing.
Crimes are being committed 24/7, 365 days a year.
My show aired one hour a day, and then a repeat at 2 a.m. So I am launching a website, a crime-fighting website, a community. I will be writing for the website and curating content. Also, we'll have social media, Facebook Live, and a podcast. I'm really excited about it, and I believe we will help people - find missing people, solve unsolved homicides.
I do not favor the gag order.
If you look at the statistics of fratricide or intra-sibling homicide, it's extremely rare. And look at Burke [Ramsey] and JonBenet at the time of her murder. She was the powerhouse, the firecracker; she's the dominant one, not him. I just don't see it. And as I recall, John Ramsey passed a lie detector test. I can unequivocally say that Burke is not the killer nor do I think John Ramsey is the killer. Let's leave it there.
I majored in Shakespearean studies at a very tiny school in Georgia.
With Keith's [my fiance] murder, I was changed.
I thought I would be a prosecutor forever, but there were so many days when I would leave the courtroom during a trial, and go down the hall to the ladies' room, and go into a little stall, and cry.
Police vetting should [take place] every one to two years.
They should go in for a psychological, to see if they're burned out, see if they've been traumatized. If they're having a hard time, help them!
I'd love to branch out but I have absolutely no interest in romance.
I just don't. The thought of trying to write a rom-com ... it just completely skeeves me out. No!
In school [I wanted] to be an English teacher.
I wouldn't call it "police reform," but I would say that police procedure enhancement could be helpful - these police shootings are absolutely horrible.
I had no plans to be ever a lawyer, a crime fighter [in school].
With every story that TV covers, somebody - some corporation, some shareholders - are making money. That's true whether covering Libya, Iraq, the tsunami in Japan, Osama bin Laden, whatever story there is. That day, the shareholders are making money off it. Every newspaper that's sold, somebody's making a dime.
Honestly, some cases have been more famous than others - like Tot Mom, or Steven Avery, or Scott Peterson - but I would not characterize any one as being more special to me, more intriguing, or more important because that would be placing one victim as more important, or one defendant as more [notorious] than others, and I don't think that's right.
I'm a runner. I like to run.
I would have liked to personally have prosecuted Scott Peterson.
I don't really want to have any part of getting guilty people off.
I don't expect everybody to like me. If you try to please everybody, by changing your position and your personality, every time you do that you lose a little bit of yourself.
I think all politicians lie.
If I was to listen and pay attention to everyone that criticized me, I'd stay home under the bed.
Well, of course I think people can be forgiven.
But our justice system is not set up to dispense forgiveness. You can go to the local priest for that.
I did marry, I did get pregnant, but as I was giving birth, my daughter and I almost died. We were rushed to the hospital. I had an emergency cesarean and in that moment, in the emergency room, I felt my grandmother come to me. She was with me and when my daughter was born, instead of naming her Hailey, I named her Lucy after my grandmother. Hailey lives in the pages of my books.
I think that those wrestlers, those women and men that go in the ring are not protected. I don't think anybody is ever looking out for them and I think that they are used badly.
There's rampant sexism, of course there is! It just goes without saying.
Every woman in the workplace knows this; [every woman] in the workplace has to work harder than a man to prove themselves.
I was a prosecutor for many years, I'm a crime victim myself, and I've tried so many cases I don't even know how many anymore.
I'm all about the crockpot.
Based on what I know of the case, Burke Ramsey was not the killer.
I absolutely do not believe that Burke Ramsey had anything to do with his sister's murder.
I really like my doctors. Some of them I love. I trust them.
For the most part, cops are decent and honorable, but that's how I know that there are bad cops, cops that you think you know so well.
I believe very firmly that dash cams and body cams should be instituted for every single police officer in this country. Admit it, isn't it true that you behave differently when people are watching you? You chew with your mouth closed and you mind your table manners because people are watching. Cops are no different. Dash cams and body cams should be standard operating procedure.
A lot of police shootings are justified, but many others are not.
I am not anti-cop, I am pro-cop.
I love to be with my twins. They are my true joy in life.
If you are moneyed or educated, you will get a different sentence than someone who is not.
I'm on a search for the truth.
I often get too emotionally involved in my cases.
You always think "woulda, coulda, shoulda.
" I wish that I had prosecuted Tot Mom, I wish I'd prosecuted OJ, and I wish I had prosecuted the JonBenet Ramsey case.
It's hard for me to believe someone could harm a child.
I don't believe love goes away just because you're buried in a casket.
I had always wanted to name a daughter Hailey, after Halley's comet from Once in a Lifetime.