- Behind the Bench: Big Trials of the 21st Century
- Examining Current Events
- The Case Against Lawyers
- You Make a Difference
- The World is Watching
- Government and Politics in the 21st Century
- Patriot Acts—What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic
- You Make a Difference
Catherine Crier, an Emmy, duPont-Columbia, and Gracie Allen Award-winning journalist and the youngest state judge to ever be elected, joined Court TV’s distinguished team of anchors.
She served as Executive Editor, Legal News Specials, in addition to hosting Catherine Crier Live, a fast-paced, live daily series, covering the day’s “front-page” stories.
Crier began her television career at CNN. She was co-anchor of both Inside Politics and The World Today, the premier nighttime newscast.
Additionally, she hosted Crier & Company, a live, half-hour news talk show, that included a panel of female policy experts discussing popular national and international issues.
Crier has developed television, film and documentary projects.
Former Judge, Journalist, & Producer An Emmy and duPont-Columbia Award-winning journalist, and the youngest state judge to ever be elected in Texas, Catherine Crier.
Crier earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and international affairs & Juris Doctor.
She began her career in law as an Assistant District Attorney then Felony Chief Prosecutor for County District Attorney’s office.
Crier was a civil litigation attorney, handling complex business and corporate matters.
As a State District Judge, during her tenure on the bench, Crier also served as Administrative Judge for the Civil District Courts and worked extensively with the ABA, National Judicial College, and Legislature on legal issues.
Shortly after her reelection to a second term on the bench, a chance meeting with a television news executive led to a dramatic career change.
Crier was hired to co-anchor the premiere evening newscast on CNN. Additionally, she co-anchored Inside Politics, all election coverage, and hosted Crier & Company, a talk show covering news, politics and international issues.
Crier joined ABC News, where she served as a correspondent and as a regular substitute anchor for Peter Jennings on ABC’s World News Tonight, as well as a substitute host for Ted Koppel’s Nightline.
She also worked as a correspondent on 20/20, the network’s primetime news magazine program. Crier was awarded a Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Journalism for her work on the segment “The Predators” which examined nursing home abuses throughout the United States.
Crier became one of the founding television anchors for the Fox News Channel, with her prime time program, The Crier Report, a live, hour-long nightly show, during which she interviewed the leading newsmakers of the day.
She co-anchored the evening news, election coverage and Fox Files, a magazine news show aired on the parent network.
Catherine joined Court TV’s distinguished team of anchors. She served as Executive Editor, Legal News Specials, in addition to hosting Catherine Crier Live, a fast-paced, live daily series, covering the day’s “front-page” stories, until joining Cajole Entertainment.
At the podium, Catherine passionately speaks on how the lawyers, politicians, and bureaucrats have turned the law into an instrument of tyranny and what we as citizens have to do about it.
A Deadly Game: The Untold Story of the Scott Peterson Investigation and was followed by Contempt—How the Right is Wronging American Justice, and Final Analysis: The Untold Story of the Susan Polk Murder Case.
Patriot Acts—What Americans Must Do to Save the Republic. Catherine evaluates the domestic and international scene with historical context and political analysis to better understand where the nation is headed.