Harvey Giss – New Interviews and YouTube Channel Launched This Month

Retired Supreme Court Justice, Harvey Giss, announces the release of interviews on YouTube featuring videos covering topics for professionals and historians interested in California law and historical legal cases, such as Harvey Giss, Retired Supreme Court Justice, Interviews and Historic Cases.

Professionals and historians interested in California law and historical legal actions posed by the retired Supreme Court Justice looking for the latest information on Harvey Giss are invited to subscribe to the all-new YouTube channel by Harvey Giss. This new channel promises to provide expert interviews and information on a regular basis.

The new Harvey Giss YouTube channel was created specifically with the needs of Professionals and historians interested in California law and lega actions in mind, and Harvey Giss welcomes input on which topics to explore. Interested individuals can subscribe to the YouTube channel here https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEKKDCFsVIzg9UQoAObKQ9A.

Planned upcoming videos include:

Harvey Giss – Judge Harvey Giss,whom many believed “should have been the prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson trial,” is a retired Supreme Court Justice from the state of California.

Retired Supreme Court Justice – Harvey Giss is a retired judge for the Superior Court of Los Angeles County in California. As a Deputy District Attorney, he was nominated by the L.A. County District Attorney’s Association as L.A. County Prosecutor of the Year in 1988 and by the CA District Attorney’s Association as California Prosecutor of the Year in 1990.

Interviews and Historic Cases – Harvey Giss was the Los Angeles County Assistant Chief Deputy District Attorney of what appears to be the first murder prosecution in American history for oleander poisoning, in which authorities filed charges against David Wayne Sconce, a former Pasadena funeral home worker. Sconce was accused of using oleander poisoning against a rival mortician, Timothy R. Waters. You can hear the full interviews on the new YouTube channel.

Mark Geragos, author of “Mistrial: An Inside Look at How the Criminal Justice System Works…and Sometimes Doesn’t” (published October 1, 2013) of Harvey Giss had this to say about the retired judge:

“Harvey Giss was a “tough-as-nails, take-no-prisoners D.A.”

After the YouTube Channel launch This month, professionals and historians interested in California law and legal actions can view the latest videos here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEKKDCFsVIzg9UQoAObKQ9A.

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