Adult-film star Stormy Daniels attracted attention in march when she sued President Trump, claiming he never signed a non-disclosure agreement that keeps her from discussing an alleged year-long affair before Trump ran for president.
She attracted attention again last week when Columbus Police vice officers arrested her after a performance last week at a Columbus strip club. The charges were dropped early the next day, but Daniel’s lawyer has claimed that police were out of line.
Today on All Sides, we look at the job of a vice police officer and the challenges they face.
- Andrew Welsh-Huggins, legal affairs reporter Associated Press
- Bruce Myers, Police Academy Commander at Columbus State Community College
- Angelina Spencer, CEO of Empowerment Enterprises, INC, research firm in DC and former club owner and entertainer in Ohio
- Chief (Ret.) Frank Straub, Ph.D., director of strategic studies at the Police Foundation