Nancy Grace Falls from Grace

I know this is off topic - but I don't care. Nancy Grace disgusts me. I know she lost her future husband to a murderer; that is horrible. I know she is profoundly pro-prosecution; no problem.

But she is also a lawyer. Her outrageous comments about the legal system offend me. She makes no attempt to be objective. She makes no attempt to analyze. She is not a talking head - she is a screaming skull. She is an embarrassment to the profession.

To read about the way she conducted herself as a prosecutor - a public office that represents the people - read this article. Given the way she conducts herself on TV you will not be surprised to learn how she used to conduct herself in a courtroom.

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Diane C. Bonacci - May 28, 2005 1:23 PM

I like Nancy Grace. She is a tough woman with a lot of guts and calls it as she sees it. If she were a man it wouldn't make any difference what she said. Because she is a woman there are those that find fault with everything she says. We need more Nancy Grace's in the news media. I'd rather have her than Sean Hannity. Now there's a big mouth, neo-conservative that thinks he's right about everything. I'd like to see Nancy Grace put that guy in his place.

John Day - May 30, 2005 7:23 AM

I disagree, Diane. If Nancy Grace were a man she would still be an obnoxious jerk. Her gender has nothing to do with it.

My problem with Nancy Grace is that, as a lawyer, she says things about the legal system that (a)she knows are not true or (b) reflect a profound ignorance of it.

To be sure, Hannity brings shame on television. But Nancy Grace further pollutes that same cesspool.

Misty and Bubba Shepard - June 1, 2005 9:28 AM

MS.Nancy Grace . Just would like to say to you and your staff that my wife and i watch your show every night at 10.00 est time and we LOVE YOU and your bad self .if all people would speak out like you do and tell the truth then this world would be a better place to live in.think you for such a good show every night we love you friend. Bubba n Misty

Kelly - June 11, 2005 8:16 AM

Dear Nancy Grace, I watch you quiet often and I love your show and it is true we need more people like you.

John Day - June 12, 2005 7:07 AM

I have received a couple of emails directed to Nancy Grace.

Apparently, some folks believe that she reads my site.

I doubt it.

Martha Kira - June 13, 2005 8:01 PM

Talk about Nancy Grace as an unobjective "screaming skull," I hope you caught her disgraceful behavior following the Michael Jackson verdict. I hope her show this evening (day of verdict) finally convinces CNN to CAN HER. Rude, disrespectful, condescending, not even close to being objective. CNN has gone to the dogs (giving her a show).

Charlie Varrick - June 13, 2005 11:39 PM

Thank GOD she lost her future husband to a killer -- otherwise we'd have to put up with the spawn from her loins. Hopefully she won't reproduce and her mutated genes will vanish from the pool.

If everyone stopped purchasing the products advertised in her timeslot, she'd be gone in an instant!

'nuff sed.

John Day - June 14, 2005 4:59 AM

Well Charlie - that last comment is a little strong - much like we would expect Nancy Grace to say. It is easy to get angry at her for her outrageous positions, but let's keep it above her level.

I don't know what makes Nancy Grace tick. I for one am sorry that she lost her future husband - perhaps it is that tragic loss that causes her to lose the ability to maintain any semblence of objectivity when it comes to issues involving citizens accused of crimes. My point has always been that it am disappointed in her as a lawyer. As a lawyer, she should know better.

M.M. Leon - June 14, 2005 12:51 PM

I'd like to believe that Ms. Grace has something inside that allowed for personal opinion not to rule the day. Her bombastic, and downright disrespect of the 12 jurors just floored me yesterday. She interrigated, and gave the Nancy Grace stare her all in the attempt to circumvent that the jury made the decision based on the evidence presented. She attempted to put words in their mouths. she took things out of context and proceeded to tell "us" what was REALLY meant. In my opinion, anyone who finds one aspect of her character remotely positive where her absolutely arrogant intergation of the jurors post trial is puzzling to me. It's a seriously sad state of affairs where belief in the system of law "that worked" is concerned. Ms. Grace is the type of law that dismisses the constitution and decision making process in favor of proving guilt without regard to justice. I have a strong feeling that her brand of justice is the kind that has leveled unjustified incarceration on more than a few innocent people. To pat her on the back for her bias regarding anyone on the otherside of her opinion would be one thing if she were but a layman, but to see this ex prosecuter's bias as something noble, and without regard to the law is a scary & sad commentary on our judicial system.

Kathy Evans - June 22, 2005 12:28 AM

I think Nancy Grace knows the law as well as any lawyer out there.
Yes, she was reprimanded by the 11th circuit court, but she was on Larry King and said she was grateful for these courts and she explained for what and why she was reprimanded. Most people that have ill feeling toward Ms. Grace watch her maybe once a week,if that much.
I watch her everyday on CTV and every night on CNN. She is for the victim. It has nothing to do with being pro-prosecution. The victim, however, usually ends up being the one the prosecutor is helping. I should know,
I am a victim myself.
I appreciate Ms.Grace and what she does to help victims. That is my close tie with her.
You are right, Nancy does not read these sites, she does not have time, but I know she appreciates those that are on these blogs cheering her on.
Read her book. It is now #7 on the NY times list. It will be #1 soon.
God bless you all.

Mike - June 23, 2005 3:08 PM

I am astonished. I wrote an article for my AOL Blog expressing my disgust with Miss Grace. That was over 3 months ago. Since that time, I've recieved hate mail, and comments on both sides of the fence. Either way, She's an embarassment to legal journalists.
Read the entry for yourselves:

Rick - June 24, 2005 8:14 PM

I'm just amazed that CNN and the other "news" stations have devolved from news worthy stations to soap opera's competing to see who has the most sleazy or sensational or just plain idiotic stories further compounded by repetetive droning noise. I miss Walter Cronkite, Eric and the other profesionals that once made reporting news and facts an art and a science. Now it's all biased and useless noise that is almost totally unreliable because you know you're not getting the whole truth from any one source.

wande - July 17, 2005 2:26 PM

I watch Nancy Grace in CNN Daily, and I love her show. That's not to say I agree with what she says, as a matter of Fact, I hardly do. Nevertheless, the show is entertaining. If u ever read this Nancy, which I hope u do, I think u should be more objective in your views. Your show will go a long way (just like Larry King), if u could be a little bit more professional. It is true that your ratings are good, but how long will that last? It is just like the jerry springer show, when it first came out a few years ago, almost everybody watched it(it even beat Oprah in ratings at one time), but after a while everybody got tired of all that drama. People want to watch a show with substance, and with that the ratings will follow. If u add all this drama to your show, yes the ratings will come, but will be very short-lived. You don't have to interrupt your guest all the time, and not everybody is guilty. You said one time, U tried to be a judge, but u were blocked by an association of defense lawyers. I thank God for that for 2 reasons. (1) You wouldn't be the successful Nancy Grace we know now(with her picture on time square), and (2) you would have been a terrible judge. EVERY DEFENDANT would be guilty even before the trail begins. I might have sounded a bit harsh, but it's tough love. I want your show to go on for a long time, and to have a good legacy even after years when it's all over(Like Larry King Will).I hope u become a mum very soon, because there is no doubt in my mind that u will be excellent.

Jana Everitt - July 18, 2005 12:04 AM

If there were more Nancy Graces on this planet, we wouldn't have the loose nut cases that run around getting off for big offenses! Too bad she is no longer practicing as far as I know. We need MORE PROSECUTORS. NOT DEFENSE ATTYS. The liberals get the bad guys off and the victims live in fear the rest of their lives. That is a crime in itself! Nancy Grace, you are terrific and don't let the morons let you think otherwise. You go girl! Jana

Philip Mathew - July 21, 2005 9:31 PM

Nany Grace is definitely a DisGrace. I have been watching her stupid show (@ 7pm PST)for a few days now. She is rude to people she invite to speak on her show. She says she would not fly on Song Airlines because it just started service from JFK to Aruba and others shouldnt either. Geez, how stupid can people get on National TV. Worse than those stupid reality shows. CNN definitely needs to rethink.

phyllis - July 29, 2005 9:35 PM

If Nancy would shut her mouth just once in a while she might learn how to respect the justice system she swore to protect. EVERYONE is guilty as far as she is concerned. She is wrong most of the time. I just can't figure out why these self respecting lawyers don't yell back at her. I'll bet a lot of people are locked up due to her one sided thinking. I hope she gets therapy.

Vanessa Kirchner - August 4, 2005 9:49 PM

I think Phyllis needs therapy! Nancy is fighting for victims' rights or don't you see that you bleeding heart liberal! I hope someone you love goes missing in a foreign country and the main suspect is a judge's son. And while you're at it why not let all the child molestors out of prison half-wit!

Susan - August 26, 2005 12:43 AM

Nancy Grace is not practicing law in a courtroom. She hosts a television show. She does not set policies, nor does she claim to do anymore than report about current legal issues. Does she editorialize? Absolutely. Does she keep important issues out in the fore-front while other media sources have to devote their air-time and column space to "breaking news"? Absolutely. In all likely-hood, CNN would "get rid of her" if she weren't a draw for sponsers and a large share of viewers. Calm down. I have a 20 year old son who is a marine, being re-deployed to Iraq. At commercial breaks, her show "remembers" and honors our fallen heros. Pick your battles, people.

ROBERT RAY - August 26, 2005 9:54 AM



gaby8 - September 7, 2005 12:46 PM

Nancy Grace, 47, commentator for Court TV.
A "Victim of a violent crime"
The Murder of Keith Griffin.
What has she told us about what happened that violent day?
In searching through interviews, magazine and newspaper articles here is what she has said.
Then there are the documented facts gleaned from interviews with Jurors, Attorneys, Judge, Witnesses and newspapers in the area.
First the date, she has said at various times, it happened in 1987, 1985, 1982 and 1980. You would think a date that according to Ms. Grace "changed her life forever" would be burned into her soul. A seminal event!
The date was August 6, 1979 .
She said it happened in a remote wilderness.
It was on the entrance road to the Georgia Kraft Plywood Co. and US Hwy. 278, 1 ャ? miles from downtown Madison Ga.
She said her boyfriend did not know his assailant.
They were friends, work for the same construction Co. In fact the prosecutor at trail based part of his case on the assailant killing a friend.
She said her boyfriend was 25.
He was 23.
She said the assailant was 25.
He was 19,
Said assailant was on parole
He was not.
Said he had a record.
He did not.
Said it was a murder for profit.
It was not.
The man was out for revenge after being fired from his job at the construction Co.
Said her boyfriend was driving a jeep,
It was a Bronco that belonged to the Construction Co.
Said it was robbery.
It was not.
Said they found Keith's wallet with $35.00 and her picture in McCoy's home
No wallet was found in his home. Just the 38 cal. revolver Ser# 33866 . (Griffin's wallet was found several days after the incident in the Bronco, by Eli Ingram,)
Said it was a mugging.
It was not.
Said it was random.
It was not.
Said he was still alive when he arrived at the hospital.
He was pronounced dead at the scene .
Said she was asked by Joe Briley the District Attorney if he should seek the death penalty. Grace said she told him No and has regretted it ever since. (If that were true you would think Briley would have asked Griffin's parents. rather than a 21 yr. old kid .
The State did ask for the Death Penalty. The jury voted against it.
She said she testified at the trial.
Two Jurors, a Bailiff, a Defense attorney a Court Reporter and Judge do not remember any "white girl testifying". (The transcripts were destroyed in a fire.) .
The Defendant never looked at her.
The accused stared at the floor during the entire trial. In fact he never spoke a word to his lawyer or anybody before, during or after the trial. (One exception)*
She said McCoy's defense was "didn't do it, you got the wrong guy
The truth is... there was never a doubt by anyone he did the crime (there is a confession)
The defense was insanity.
Said the Jury was out 3 days .
Jury was out 5 hrs.
She said there were many appeals.
There were none
Says she is 44 years old
.She is 47.
Documented narrative of what really happen August 6, 1979.
Keith Griffin 23, from Athens GA. and Tommy McCoy 19, an illiterate, mentally challenge Blackman, worked together for the Ingham Construction Co. on the Georgia Kraft Plywood Co. site outside Madison Ga.
McCoy was fired and was out for revenge. On Monday the 6th of August Mccoy left his house with a 38 cal. Revolver stashed in a brown paper bag.
Keith Griffin had taken the company Bronco to town to pick up lunch. Returning to Kraft he saw McCoy walking down the Company road at the intersection of US Hwy. 278.
Griffin stopped either to talk or to give a ride to McCoy. It is not clear which.
McCoy fired six shots at point blank range, five of which found their mark... McCoy then dumped the body in the back seat and in his rush, drove the Bronco in a ditch.
Joe Brown, a maintenance worker for the plant drove by in his truck and not knowing what had happed offered to help McCoy. He refused. Brown drove a few yards decided to return. He told McCoy he would take him to the hospital because of all the blood on his shirt.
The assailant then jumped in the passenger side of Brown's truck, put the gun in the f ace of the Maintenance worker and pulled the trigger twice,( At trial he said the gun looked like a "stove pipe") The gun was empty, Brown ran and McCoy took of in his truck..
Minutes later friends of Brown's showed up and said they saw the truck and knew where it was. It was parked in McCoy's driveway. He was arrested a few minutes later with the gun in his possession.
Keith Griffin was pronounced dead at the scene.
Tommy got a lawyer, a good one, Billy Prior. According to Prior, McCoy never said a word to him before, during or after the trail. (One exception). During the entire 1 ャ? day trail the defendant stared at the floor without moving prior did a magnificent job explaining the psychiatric reports and mental history of the retarded defendant. McCoy had been judged "mildly retarded" by the Ga. Central State Hospital. (By the way, no one remembers a "white girl" testifying.)
It worked! The jury turned down the death penalty.
When the Jury came back and announced they would not render a death penalty verdict. McCoy turned to his lawyer and uttered his only words. "Does that mean I'm gonna live"?*
Tommy McCoy, GDC ID: 0000400964 was convicted of murder, aggravated assault (Brown) and found not guilty of robbery. He was sentence to life, with possibility of parole.
He is in his 26th year at the Hancock State Prison at Sparta Ga,
Sources: Interviews with two Jurors, Judge, Attorneys and the Bailiff. Court documents,
Larry King Live., New Republic, Atlanta Journal, the Madisonian and Macon Telegraph. Newspapers.
Interview Sources and Documents
Bill Scholly, Investigator, Buckhead Ga.
Bill Prior, Attorney for Mccoy. Madison Ga.
Joe Briley, District Attorney. Madison Ga.
Columbus Johnson. Sheriff. Madison Ga.
Don and Eli Ingram, Ingram Construction Co. Madison GA.
Hugh Thompson, Judge. Madison Ga.
Roy Dobbs, Jury Foreman. Madison Ga.
Alonzo Farmer, Juror. Madison Ga.
Joe Brown, Second Victim. Madison Ga.
Janet Wilkerson, Court Reporter. Milledgeville Ga.
Notice of State's intention to seek Death Penalty (Available on request)
Completed Verdict Forms. (Available on request)
Sentencing Documents. (Available on request)
Notice to suppress evidence. (Available on request))
Mccoy's Personal History. (Available on request)
Jury Instructions. (Available on request)

ryanne - September 12, 2005 4:04 PM

I would just like to say that i find her to be vrey vrey sweet and that she is what we need in this World!

Susan Simons - January 25, 2006 2:33 PM

I love Nancy Grace and if I ever need her in my corner I know she will be there. You go girl. Stories that would be sweaped under the rug are whats going on in the real world. Our world is in one hell of a mess as far as being able to trust your fellow man. She has made me wake up and smell the roses. She has a heart of gold and I love her and her show.

George Baily - February 13, 2006 9:51 PM

Nacy Grace is a sensationalist.She is just explioting situations for her own selfish gain.Her boyfriends death being the first.I feel Her show is mostly drama BS and lies. I hope to see her show ending soon. Nancy when you die I hope you will be in hell. Exploiter

John Day - February 14, 2006 8:47 PM

From George: "Nancy when you die I hope you will be in hell."

A little strong there, George

John Smith - March 27, 2006 11:36 AM

Nancy Grace epitomizes the sorry state of news reporting in America, over the top and out of control. Her nightly tilts and screaming skull antics are embarrassing to watch, silly and childish. What ever happened to objective news analysis?

For those that would suggest otherwise, it's still OK to be a middle of the road conservative in America -- someone who believes in the separation of church and state, abortion is a woman's choice and no one else's, that news reporters are not there to make the news but to report it, that it's OK to believe in freedom of speech, for EVERYONE. If Nancy the talking head can attract 5 viewers with her stupidity, god bless her for figuring out how to make money from insanity. But for her to suggest that she has the only opinion that matters, well, she's drinking too much of the juice.

Phil of Chicago - April 28, 2006 9:39 PM

Nancy is a trip. She is so over the top with her dramitcs I find it hard to take her seriously. If it weren't for the news she trys to report the poor women would have nothing to talk about.

johanna - May 2, 2006 9:10 PM

i love nancy.she cuts right to the point about things with no hold bars and i admire her for that. she wants to find out everything she can about the cases.her show brings honesty and truth which what this world needs and what happen to her is why she is what she is today

JGrice - August 6, 2006 2:52 AM

Nancy Grace is a judgmental self serving jerk with no concept of what honesty is. She straight up lies, makes up facts, and doesn't want to find out ANYTHING about a case if it doesn't fit into her predetermined notion of guilt. She's been admonished by the state of GA several times for using the same tactics she uses on her show in the courtroom, lying in her closing statements, withholding evidence. I've been involved in forensic science for over a decade and a lot of her forensic info is wrong and she knows it but presents it as fact anyway. I was so glad MJ was aquited just to see the look on her stupid face. He may have been foung guilty had there been a more believable accuser. That the family had tried to accuse others of molesting this kid, including a security officer at JCPenney, didn't exactly help their credibility. She uses that he'd paid other accusers millions as proof he molested this kid. Truthfully, if I thought for 2 seconds someone had molested MY kid, all the money on earth wouldn't keep me from going to the cops. After all, if I take a couple of million to "go away", haven't I just prostituted my own child? "That's right! Blame the victim!" she screams when ever someone suggests all crime victims aren't completely innocent. Robert Blakes wife for instance was NOT a nice lady. She had a lengthy rap sheet, about 25 aliases and been scamming people, including prisoners, for years. She'd tried to scam Christian Brando, of all people, and he's on tape saying "you're lucky someone doesn't put a bullet in your head." He's already done time for murder. And I was sick and tired of hearing about Natalie Holloway, and looking at Beth Twitty. THAT furor's died down since it came out that Natalie was acting like she was auditioning for a girls gone wild video.
Yes, it's a tragic story but Natalie did something stupid and paid the ultimate price. Instead of screaming and blamming Aruban law enforcement, they COULD have educated parents about what questions to ask before you allow your child to go on these kinds of trips. Questions about supervision, who are the chaparones, what are the chaparones responsibilities, and are they employed by the travel agency, I could go on and on but they went for sensationalism.

Stacy - August 11, 2006 10:12 PM

What makes me laugh at most of you is that you are judging someone that you dont even know. She has opinions..if she "disgusts" you, turn on one of the other 250 news channels there are.

We need MORE people like Nancy Grace. Anyone can post their opinion on a internet blog, but if more people got down to the nitty gritty with people to get the facts and not the run around, maybe we would get more straight answers. People dont have the balls to be as straight forward as she is today. I think people are scared of it. When someone is outspoken, they are called names and put down. There is nothing wrong with being outspoken. Who cares if she is...No one else is getting answers to any of these stories example, Natalee Holloway.

Stacy - August 11, 2006 10:13 PM

What makes me laugh at most of you is that you are judging someone that you dont even know. She has opinions..if she "disgusts" you, turn on one of the other 250 news channels there are.

We need MORE people like Nancy Grace. Anyone can post their opinion on a internet blog, but if more people got down to the nitty gritty with people to get the facts and not the run around, maybe we would get more straight answers. People dont have the balls to be as straight forward as she is today. I think people are scared of it. When someone is outspoken, they are called names and put down. There is nothing wrong with being outspoken. Who cares if she is...No one else is getting answers to any of these stories example, Natalee Holloway.

mgm - September 17, 2006 12:44 AM

Nancy Grace made her sleazy career while trying to seem overwhelmed by the Atlanta court slayings. I was apalled how many news programs I saw her on then where she used precisely the same verbiage and I swear I saw the same tear on her cheek on 3 different networks. I WILL NEVER WATCH HER AGAIN.

Shelly - September 22, 2006 8:28 AM

My theory on how people feel about Nancy Grace depends on "WHAT SIDE OF THE BARS THEY ARE LOOKING FROM".

Billi - December 7, 2006 9:44 AM


Bob - December 15, 2006 12:52 AM

I know that Nancy Grace has done many great things but I think her show is a sad excuse for news in America. If the American media could only show us the important things that are changing are constitution or technological break throughs. We do not need to know about some child being left in a car for 20 mins or Anna Nichole Smiths baby.

Michelle from Madison - December 15, 2006 4:14 PM

What Shelly and his other personality, Billi, (SAME PERSON!!!) said it totally off the wall. There is no proponderance of evidence even indicating that Melinda's parents did not adequately address the psychological needs of Melinda when Melinda was a minor (under 18 years of age)in their custody. Shell/Bill appears totally un-informed to the facts regarding the Duckett case. Her/his points are irrelevant to the case against Nancy Grace and CNN. To indicate that Josh should sue Melinda's parents only indicates that Shell/Bill has not worked in any law enforcement or Psychological-professional position. It only indicates her/his ignorance of such topics. Poor Shell/bill.

Michelle from Madison - December 15, 2006 4:19 PM

Shelly/Billi, (SAME PERSON!!!!!) you are totally wrong in your assertions. You should have known that yourself from your current treatment at the Center. Talk about this with your Dr, Micheals. Perhaps if you were to first learn the true facts of the Duckett case and Nancy Grace's unprofessional conduct and civil violations, perhaps then you can return here and post a comment that has some merit. Good luck.

Michelle from Madison - January 17, 2007 11:10 PM

Great to "see" you again Bill(I), glad you have been released again from your treatment facility. Hey, that is where Nancy is allegedly at right now. Guess you missed her shows and all of her fill-in-hosts recently. Her show definitely does much better when Nancy is away. As I have responded to the hundreds of direct-emails sent to me by those familiar with the Duckett case and the four pending lawsuits against Nancy Grace, it is clear to those informed to the facts that Nancy continues on her self-destructive path. Nancy is again suspected to be "in-patient" according to the information on the net about her recent re-admission into her hospital, as she is apparently feeling some stress due to the multi-suits against her right now and her dealing with the third of four Damage-Control firms that have abandoned her cause (her defense). Poor Nancy. But, perhaps if Nancy would stop victimizing the victims, she may find that she herself violates the Law much less often if she were to chose that preferable option. Good luck Nancy, stay on your meds, and stop inflicting emotional harm against non-convicted victims resulting in devastating consequences to non-convicted victims. And, good luck in your recovery too Bill. It is glad to see you released once again. Hopefully, you will have better luck this time around.

Michelle from Madison - January 18, 2007 4:49 AM

Read up in the posts, Billi or anyone else that is not familiar with Nancy Grace's documented illegal conduct and ask yourself "why" are you continuing to defend someone who is not defensible for the crimes she has committed? Also, anxious to see a reply of what crime was Nancy a victim of as she claims (I know her fiance was murdered, but what crime was Nancy a victim of?).

Krysik - March 16, 2007 10:55 PM

It seems to me that Nancy Grace's show is targeted to an audience who is easily persuaded by people who talk very loudly. This removes the need to actually think about the information presented. I find her rude and prone to spreading rumours. And her defenders among the comments on this site have difficulty spelling simple words, such as 'a lot' and 'you'. This, I believe, supports my point. In my humble opinion, of course.

Michelle from Madison - March 19, 2007 2:06 PM

You hit the nail on the head there Krysik. Many of those types of Nancy supporters you described are actually victims of Nancy themselves, but they are unable to recognize that fact. Denial of the facts about Nancy dis-Grace, and the avoidance of the facts of the cases covered is a more comfortable position for those types of people. Those Nancy supporters do not want to be confused with the facts about Nancy Grace as they remain in their own comfortable world of disillusionment.

Michelle from Madison - April 6, 2007 10:54 PM

On Thursday April 6th, Nancy Grace again complained why people are so "fascinated" with the topic of OJ Simpson. Part of the reason is directly due to people like Nancy Grace. Nancy is so consumed with all of her previous wrong "predictions" in the OJ murder case that she has been obsessed with her disparaging now-current position as a credible "journalist." Nancy was wrong not only on that case, but wrong on most vases Nancy has ever attempted to cover over the years. Nancy has no credibility to anyone educated to the facts of the cases, and to those who have any professional experience in the fields of either Law or Psychology. Nancy truly is mere amusement to any viewer that is well educated. The problem remains, however, that uneducated and under-educated people tend to believe that Nancy Grace has any truth or substance to her rantings. There in-lies the continued problem with Nancy Grace, and why Nancy should stop victimizing victims.

trae - April 20, 2007 11:44 AM

nancy is the best of the best i dont care what ever yall say, she has not lost a case yet and i fnd that very respecting!!i know 1 thing i would want nancy lookin for me if i was missing!!

lore hite-moodenbaugh - June 26, 2007 10:22 PM

I just love Nancy., she is a fire cracker., and thinks she rocks. I wish her the best on her marriage and the announcement of her impending birth

Dhane Benjamin - July 10, 2007 1:11 AM

Nancy Grace is a loud mouth shnook who has no respect for anyone's factual opinions other thatn her own and her ugly ass pundits a la Susan Moss. She creates a disdain for facts unlike anyone I've ever seen. I wouldn't be surprised if Ann Coulter was her lesbian bitch lover. My only question would be ..."Who is the butch in that relationship" I can't stand those obnoxious bitches. They would be the poster children of Muslim Extremists dilike for women's rights. It's a damn shame that these networks have them representing American women in our society.

Michelle from Madison - August 17, 2007 12:15 AM

Utah mine has medics dispatched to retrieve more victims Thursday late evening. A simple solution to this dilemma. Have CNN mandate Nancy Grace out of her in-patient psych-hospital right now, and place Nancy down in the Utah mine with a lengthy written-script to read. Direct her mouth towards the areas where they need removal of coal and timbers, and by having Nancy speak, it will generate enough hot air to help cause the coal to incinerate and disappear, and will then allow passage by some rescue-miners to help finally locate some of the missing miners. Get a court-order if necessary to get Nancy back out of her psych-hospital in an effort to have Nancy released from her Houston psych-hospital and get her mouth finally working for victims for a change. While it would truly be the first time Nancy Grace has ever affected a positive change for any victim, but at least it is a start.

robin - January 10, 2008 10:55 PM

nancy is amazing she is so real finally a true person on the air waves she is someone i admire and someone that should be looked at as a courageous roll model her energy is remarkable her sincerity is felt a true voice for the victims she is the only show i watch faithfully because she is tru and real i wish her the best she is a tru life hero i wish we could clone her!!!!!!!!

feanor - August 10, 2008 4:26 AM

i feel bad for nancy having lost her fiance in such a tragic way--i also feel bad that it still seems to be motivating her actions. clearly she is a very angry woman--while i think her heart is in the right place, she so clearly lacks objectivity, she compromises her ability to advocate for victims. poor nancy.

jonathan sullivan - September 7, 2008 12:10 AM

This has not been a good week for Nancy. A new novel has just been published that lampoons her. It is a religioius satire titled "Sex with THE Virgin Mary" and Nancy interviews all the leading figures (atty. defendant, witnesses etc.) in a trial over the sale of the right to deflower the Blessed Mother. It is available via or

Sex With THE Virgin Mary: She has waited long enough [the young woman on the cover at either website is how Mary appears today]

Angie Hall - November 19, 2008 7:45 PM

I have always been a fan of Nancy Grace but here latley she is becoming so rude to her guest that I don't know how she gets anyone on her show. She gets to personal with the defence lawyers and embarasses herself. I wish someone would tell her she is losing her fans.

Sandi - December 4, 2008 10:14 PM

I had to turn her off tonight, just minutes into the show, she is so rude and aggressive, won't listen to anyone who does not say what she wants to hear, I am embarassed for her guests, also very sorry for what she is doing to the Anthony family on national television, what ever happened to "inocent until proven guilty"?? I feel an evil thread in the show lately.

soldiermom11x - December 5, 2008 12:03 PM

I am from Bergen County, New Jersey and I think this Nancy Grace is a loud mouthed female. A busone. A stupido. A dopo supremo.

John Davis - December 13, 2008 10:36 PM

I love watching Nancy Grace, but people who defend her because she "has the guts" or "tells it all without reservation" are plainly misguided. Well, she has the guts, but just because you are assertive doesn't make your assertions correct.

She is unprofessional and rude, but her show is interesting. I must agree that she's a bitch though.

joyce jones - December 16, 2008 6:25 AM

Nancy Grace must keep up her good work and let people know the truth. Thanks to her program I have been able to keep up with the Anthony family. We need someone that will tell the truth of what is going on in our world today. To help put people where they belong. Away from our children and to help keep our family safe. Thank you Nancy. Keep up the good work and May God Bless You and Your Family.

Janie Brown - December 16, 2008 9:02 AM


joe - March 27, 2009 7:34 PM

NG is stupid and needs to be taken off the air. I read that this mass of pretense was fired from the court system for her lack of professionalism. She talks of justice and for heaven's sake stop mentioning your brats! You look more silly when you change your tone at the mention of their names. Disgusting woman!

bappy - July 8, 2009 10:38 AM

Nancy was never blessed with Grace. I have avoided her commentaries since her unfounded persecution of the Deluth University lacross team but was caught in her tabloid web over the Michael Jackson memorial. Her search for popularity through unfounded acqusations transends human dignity and common sense. This form of speculative reporting sacrifices the emotional well being of many for Nancy Grace's losing popularity.

Caroline - April 22, 2010 9:45 PM

You are absolutely spot-on about Nancy Grace, Mr. Day! She is rude and unprofessional, but the worst thing about her is that she cares only about HER version of the truth, and God help anyone who disagrees with her, even if it's a valid point. If I had a serious legal issue, she would be the LAST attorney I would want in my corner. She surrounds herself with "yes" men and "yes" women, or those who will sacrifice verbal humiliation and scolding for 1 hour of media exposure. It's HER way, or NO way!

barr - May 24, 2012 7:59 AM

Nancy Grace plays "fast and loose" with her ethical duties. The appellate courts have admonished her 3 different times for her un-ethical courtroom conduct.
She is a rude, nasty loud-mouth who perhaps should take some anger-management classes to learn how to show some
respect for our justice system and to her guests. Was she taught in law-school ANYTHING about ETHICS? Makes you wonder!

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