Jill Wine-Banks Bio, Age, Husband, Kids, MSNBC, Podcasts, Net Worth

Jill Wine-Banks

Jill Wine-Banks Biography

Jill Wine-Banks is an American lawyer appearing regularly on the network’s primetime and daytime shows as MSNBC legal analyst. She began her career as an organized crime prosecutor at the U.S. Department of Justice, which led to her selection as one of three assistant Watergate special prosecutors in the obstruction of justice trial against President Nixon’s top aides.

Wine has also served as general counsel of the U.S. Army, solicitor general and deputy attorney general of the state of Illinois, and executive vice president and chief operating officer of the American Bar Association. In each case, she was the first woman to hold the position.

Jill Wine-Banks Age

Jill Susan Wine was born on 5th May, 1943, Chicago, Illinois.

Jill Wine-Banks Height

Wine stand at a height of 5 feet and 5 inches tall.

Jill Wine-Banks Education

Wine  graduated from the University of Illinois in communication studies and Columbia University Law School.

Jill Wine-Banks Nationality

Wine is an American Nationality.

Jill Wine-Banks Ethnicity

Jill is of Jewish ethnicity.

Jill Wine-Banks Parents

Wine was born to Bert S. Wine and Sylvia Dawn Wine. Her father was a Certified Public Accountant.

Jill Wine-Banks Siblings

Jill has not disclosed any information regarding her siblings.

Jill Wine-Banks Husband

Wine is married to Michael Banks. Banks is an American Antique dealer. Previously she was married to her ex husband named Ian Volner.

Jill Wine-Banks Children

Wine has not revealed any information regarding her children.

Jill Wine-Banks MSNBC

Jill Wine-Banks is an MSNBC legal analyst, appearing regularly on the network’s prime-time and daytime show. He joined the United States Department of Justice as the first female attorney in the organized crime section. Hired by Archie Cox for the Watergate trial team in 1973, she participated in one of the 20th century’s most famous hearings and trial. She was the assistant prosecutor who cross-examined President Richard Nixon’s secretary, Rosemary Woods, about the infamous missing 18 1/2 minute gap in the White House audio tapes. The evidence her team uncovered and turned over to the House Judiciary Committee led to Richard Nixon’s resignation.

Jill Wine-Banks Podcasts

Wine hosts two podcasts, SistersinLaw along with Boston Globe columnist and former lawyer Kimberly Atkins and former U.S. Attorneys Barbara McQuade and Joyce Vance and Intergenerational Politics, which will be produced by Politicon.

Jill Wine-Banks Salary

Wine earns an estimated salary of USD 150,000.

Jill Wine-Banks Net Worth

Wine net worth is estimated to be USD 2 million.

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