2017 is ending great for us with the media calling upon our principal, Vinoo Varghese, multiple times for his insights.
Last Friday, Fox News invited Vinoo to appear on Tucker Carlson Tonight to discuss what went wrong legally after a couple with a young child discovered a hidden camera in their cabin aboard a Carnival Cruise ship.
With Tucker, Vinoo vehemently described the mishandling of the crime scene by Carnival Cruise employees after the family notified them of the hidden camera. Vinoo then informed Fox’s audience of Carnival’s potential civil and criminal liability. You can find a link to the clip here.
Earlier in the week, Nancy Grace brought Vinoo on her show to share his perspective on the Netflix documentary Making a Murderer.
As a guest on Crime Online with Nancy Grace, Vinoo discussed the rejection of Brendan Dassey’s appeal and his chances of making it to the Supreme Court. Dassey, a juvenile with a low IQ, was featured prominently on Making a Murderer. Vinoo and Nancy sparred over the confession that Wisconsin police extracted from Dassey. Vinoo argued that the confession of a juvenile with an IQ as low as Dassey’s was cruel and unusual and violated his constitutional rights.
A couple of days before his Nancy Grace appearance, A&E’s Law and Crime Network requested Vinoo’s thoughts on a high-profile murder case. Vinoo provided A&E‘s viewers a clinic on how to try a criminal case.
You can find a link to the A&E clip here.
We wish you and your family all the best as you head into 2018.