Former NYPD commissioner discusses going from 'jailer to jailed' in new book

In 2001, Bernard Kerik was the NYPD commissioner and a national hero for his leadership during the 9/11 recovery. In 2007, he was convicted on several counts of felony and sentenced to four years in prison.

In From Jailer to Jailed," he shares his life story and new insights on a penal system he's experienced on both sides of the bars.

Catch our interview with Kerik live at 12 p.m. EST in the video above.
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