Nancy Grace is television’s only justice themed/interview/debate show, designed for viewers interested in breaking crime news. Grace challenges guests on the most high profile legal issues by drawing her perspective as a former violent crimes prosecutor, a crime victim herself and tireless advocate for victim’s rights.
An outspoken, tireless advocate for victims’ rights and one of television's most respected legal analysts, Nancy Grace is the powerful force behind HLN’s top-rated program, Nancy Grace. The tragic murder of her then-fiancé, Keith Griffin, led Grace to drop her studies in Shakespearean literature and pursue a career fighting crime. A Law Review graduate of Mercer Law School, Nancy attained her LLM in constitutional and criminal law from New York University. Grace went on to teach at Georgia State university, working nights volunteering at a battered women's shelter. Grace, serving 10 years as a special prosecutor for the Atlanta Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in inner city Atlanta, specializing in violent crime, today works with multiple organizations to fight crime, especially crimes on children.