Still from an appearance by Glenville State College Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Ken Lang on the Law and Crime Trial Network

GSC Criminal Justice Professor Featured on Law and Crime Network

Glenville, WV – Glenville State College Department of Social Sciences and Criminal Justice Chair and Assistant Professor Dr. Ken Lang has been chosen to appear on the Law and Crime Network’s “The Morning Docket.”

The show, hosted by New York attorney Jesse Weber, is a regular series on the Law and Crime Network and features criminal justice professionals to address the investigative, technical, and legal issues of the live court cases streamed on the website. Lang auditioned for the show in December 2019 and was asked to return regularly as a legal analyst.

“For the past several weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to provide legal analysis on the New York v. Harvey Weinstein case, among other notable cases,” said Lang. “What the hosts have found to be beneficial with my appearances is my ability to draw on my investigative experiences in violent crimes and parse out how meticulous detail becomes significant in the courtroom. The experience is a great opportunity to represent Glenville State College and our criminal justice program to such a large audience.”

The Law and Crime Trial Network has an estimated 5 million viewers and features a variety of series on high-profile criminal trials, celebrity justice, and smart legal analysis. Lang will appear next on “The Morning Docket” on Wednesday, February 26 from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. to analyze live trial coverage.

The Law and Crime Network is available for streaming on xfinity, Tivo, AppleTV, iPhone, Android, Roku, FireTV, Prime Video, with the option to listen and stream live from their website. Visithttps://lawandcrime.com/where-to-watch/ to view additional streaming options.

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