Stars Behind Bars with Celebrity Criminal Defense Attorney Lonnie McDowell: Ex-‘Baywatch’ Actor Must Find Evidence to Prove Self-Defense After Arrest in Relation to Stabbing

Stars Behind Bars with Celebrity Criminal Defense Attorney Lonnie McDowell: Ex-'Baywatch' Actor Must Find Evidence to Prove Self-Defense After Arrest in Relation to Stabbing This week in celebrity arrests: former Baywatch actor Jeremy Jackson. Jackson was arrested Monday in Los Angeles for allegedly stabbing a man in the abdomen in the city’s Westlake neighborhood

Stars Behind Bars with Celebrity Criminal Defense Attorney Lonnie McDowell: Robert Durst, He Said It, But Is This Damning Evidence Admissible?

In an unbelievable television moment out of a reality producer’s wildest fantasy, the HBO documentary The Jinxconcluded with Robert Durst stating to himself, “What the hell did I do? Killed them all, of course.” This statement came after Durst was confronted with handwriting samples from a letter he wrote to Susan Berman, his friend who was murdered in Beverly Hills in 2000, and an anonymous letter to the Beverly Hills Police Department informing them of a “cadaver” inside Berman’s home. When police arrived to her home, they found Berman’s body; she had been shot in the head.

Stars Behind Bars with Celebrity Criminal Defense Attorney Lonnie McDowell: Screech May Not Be “Saved By The Bell”, But By The “Statement By The Injured”

Late Christmas night, Dustin Diamond, better known as “Screech,” the troubled former child star of “Saved by the Bell” fame, entered a dive bar in Southeastern Wisconsin with his fiancée, Amanda Schutz. Reports and witness statements indicate that Diamond and other bar patrons got into a fight after one of the men either hit or bumped into Ms. Schutz. Things escalated, and Diamond allegedly stabbed the guy. Diamond and his girlfriend left the bar, but were stopped with police as they drove away.