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Nancy Grace joined Court TV from the Atlanta Fulton County District Attorney's Office where she served for a decade as Special Prosecutor of major felony cases involving serial murder, serial rape, serial child molestation and arson. Grace compiled a perfect record of nearly 100 felony convictions at trial and no losses.

One of television's most respected legal analysts, Grace is currently the host of Court TV's trial coverage program Nancy Grace: Closing Arguments, which airs from 3-5pm ET/PT, as well as a series of Court TV live primetime news specials. In addition, she hosts the primetime legal analysis program Nancy Grace on Headline News. Grace has appeared as a legal commentator on CNN's Larry King Live, ABC's Good Morning America, The View, The Oprah Winfrey Show and numerous other cable and network programs. Her first book, Objection!, in which she addresses America's justice system focusing on high profile and celebrity defendants, was released in June 2005 and immediately hit the New York Times Bestseller List.

Grace is the recipient of two American Women in Radio & Television Gracie Awards, both for her Nancy Grace Investigates primetime report on Court TV and for Individual Achievement for Best Program Host. She has also been recognized for her ongoing support and advocacy of victims' rights by various groups, including the Carole Sund/Carrington Foundation; Crime Victims United of California and The Retreat.

She was a Law Review graduate of Mercer Law School and received her LLM in constitutional and criminal law from New York University. She has written articles for the American Bar Association Journal, various law reviews, and op-eds. She was also a litigation instructor at Georgia State University School of Law and a Business Law Instructor at GSU's School of Business. Previously, Grace clerked with a federal court judge and practiced antitrust and consumer protection law with the Federal Trade Commission.

A lover of Shakespearean literature, Grace's plan to become an English professor was derailed by the random murder of her fianc´┐Ż. The incident propelled her to enroll in law school and set her on the path to become a felony prosecutor and an outspoken victims' rights advocate. Grace helped staff the hotline at an Atlanta Battered Women's Center for 10 years.



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Objection! by Nancy Grace


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