If eyes are the windows to the soul, what would an artist learn in the process of drawing them? As a courtroom artist for the past 25 years, Mona Shafer Edwards has witnessed thousands of high-profile trials, from Heidi Fleiss and Courtney Love, to O.J. Simpson and Michael Jackson. With her markers, pens and pads of paper in hand, she has been well poised to see things others may not have noticed, a knitted brow, a defiant stare, tears being shed. Edwards joins host Patt Morrison to talk about her insights and illustrations, which have been collected in the new book: Captured! Inside the World of Celebrity Trials (Santa Monica Press).