Flint water criminal charges; 'The Street Code'

Part 1: Flint water charges

Tonight our panel talks about the fallout from the criminal charges now filed in the water crisis.

Three people are now facing possible jail time and the state attorney general says there will be more.

But will the Gov. Rick Snyder be one of them?

On the panel:

Melissa Mays, Flint resident, activist

Curt Guyette, chief investigative reporter, ACLU; Michigan Press Association journalist of the year

Jamie Roe, co-founder of Grand River Strategies

Part 2: "The Street Code"

A new "Street Code" in Detroit is causing controversy.

The code tells criminals not to shoot if they're around children or churches. But it also implies its okay to steal as long as you don't kill the victim.

Is this a solution or could it just make the problem worse?

On the panel:

Zeek, activist, member of New Era Detroit

Negas Vu, activist, member of New Era Detroit

Rev. W. J. Rideout III, pastor and activist

Ralph Godbee, former Detroit police chief, 910 AM talk show host