Watch Berkowitz with Mark Curran, GOP nominee for the IL S CT, 2nd District: Cable and Web

Watch Berkowitz with Mark Curran, GOP nominee for the IL S CT, 2nd District: Cable and Web

Tonight’s “Public Affairs”TV show in Highland Park features Mark Curran, the GOP nominee for the IL Supreme Court 2nd District seat in this November’s General Election. This show is Part 1 of show host Jeff Berkowitz’s two-part interview with S CT candidate Mark Curran (R-Libertyville).

The shows airs in Highland Park tonight and Wednesday at 8:30 pm on Ch 19.

Although Curran could not, due to the Canons of legal ethics, say or discuss how he would rule on any matters that might come before him as a Justice, he did discuss in Part 1 of the interview general issues relating to the law and abortion, his “Calling to run” for the IL Supreme Court & impartiality.

You can also watch 24/7 part 1 of Berkowitz’s interview with Curran, the former Lake County Sheriff (12 years) and Assistant State’s Attorney (8 years) by clicking here.

Part 2 of the the show airs in Chicago on Cable Ch 21 (CAN TV) :

–Tonight at 8:30 pm and midnight

-Tomorrow (Tuesday) at 9:02 pm (as the lead segment of the IL Channel 2 hr package

In Part 2, the discussion (Click here to Watch Part 2) turned to Curran’s gut views and gestalt on detention by the courts of defendants prior to their trial, skyrocketing crime, guns, the July 4th Highland Park tragic shooting, the IL Firearms Restraining Order Act, and the run-up to that awful July 4th massacre (which very possibly could have been avoided by certain segments of law enforcement being more pro-active over the last few years).

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