In the early months of 2011, Lisa contacted 700 WLW regarding the possibility of becoming a legal analyst. Over the next several months, Lisa came on-air as a guest for all of the talented full-time hosts. Lisa's witty and thought provoking analysis of current legal issues made her a preferred guest. In the fall of 2011, Lisa requested her own show and 700 WLW ran a contest called "Talk Show Idol." While it was a close race, Lisa came out on top!
Lisa's on-air schedule varies but you can usually hear her on Saturday nights, and on the Eddie and Tracy Show at 5pm on Fridays. During the rest of the week, Lisa is a licensed and practicing attorney in Ohio and Kentucky. Like her website says, Lisa is a fearless, savvy, and aggressive attorney dedicated to defending victims of wrongful prosecution.
As the only female host on 700 WLW, she is the minority. Often teased, Lisa plays up the fact that she is the only girl in the locker room. Questions?? Email Lisa!
First, let me start off by saying that I appreciate talk show hosts for what they are: talking heads paid to incite the general public to call in to their shows and agree/debate current issues, present company included. But this week, Matt Walsh,
a self-described "professional sayer of truths" took his mission to make certain people infamous a bit too far. Matt, irritated that local Holmes High School Band Director Jared Murray was not charged with a crime after sending inappropriate text messages to a 15 year old student, requested his followers demand an answer from the prosecutor, regarding why he was not prosecuted. Matt was gracious enough to provide the prosecutor's email address for his ill-informed listeners to shoot their venom.
Perhaps I take this personally becuase I am a former felony prosecutor who handled sex cases. And to infer that a prosecutor is being "lazy" and failing to seek justice when the mouth-piece of such BS has no idea what he is talking about....well that just gets under my skin. And to that end, I will offer my services, Matt- next time you don't know what you are talking about when it comes to Kentucky criminal law, give me a call. I would be happy to educate you :)
BTW: in no way do I condone what Jared Murray did and we can debate back and forth whether sending text messages like:
“Girl, you’re always looking nice.”
“You already know I’ll smack your ass.”
“Morning, good lookin’.”
“So when you moving in?”
“We would have tons of the fun.”
“I miss you already.”
“Just know I love you.”
SHOULD be criminal, but beyond the debate, let's leave the decisions up to those who we have elected to prosecute and if you want to criticize them, have it. Just remember the people who went to law school, passed the bar, prosecute criminals, defend criminals or are otherwise knowledgeable about criminal law, will call you out on your BS.
Rachel Wolf wanted to make sure her father, Dr. James Wolf, would be able to share a father/daughter dance with her at her wedding. Only problem is Dr. Wolf has pancreatic cancer and has been told he has less than 3 months to live.
The family wasn't about to let that stop them though, as they created their own father/daughter dance while Dr. Wolf could still participate. Watch the video below and try to hold back the tears.