An Atlanta family was forever changed in just seconds following a random act of violence.
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Dealing with the aftermath of a tragedy can seem beyond overwhelming. The Doctors turn to clinical psychologist Dr. Judy Ho for coping tips and strategies to best take care of yourself and your loved ones when faced with the anguish, pain and uncertainty
The Doctors also welcome California State Assemblymember Matt Dababneh who is drafting a bill to combat violence carried out and shared on social media.
Jordan was attacked at random by a stranger, who posted footage of the attack to Snapchat. The teenager suffered severe injuries, including a skull fracture and brain trauma that prevented him from skateboarding, which he loves. He visited The Doctors aft
Jordan and Ed return to The Doctors to discuss how they are working to end violence and bullying on social media.
Since 1989, 2,005 people have been exonerated from prison in the U.S.
Nancy Smith spent 14 years behind bars for something she did not do. She comes to The Doctors to share her troubling story.
Ricky Jackson, Nancy Smith, and Clarence Elkins share how their lives have been forever changed due to their wrongful incarcerations.
Attorney Areva Martin and psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow join The Doctors to shed light on why the wrong people sometimes end up behind bars.