Kandi Hall gained fame and notoriety after her involvement in a high-profile murder trial. Her husband, Rob, shot and killed the man he was having an extramarital affair with. The case became the center of a maelstrom of betrayal and tragedy.
Prosecutors believe that Rob Hall killed Emmett Corrigan in March 2011 by waiting for him in the parking lot of a Walgreens in Meridian, Idaho, and shooting him in the head and heart. Kandi Hall was the only eyewitness to the crime, and because she was in a relationship at the time with both the killer and victim, prosecutors were allowed to ask her questions that would be considered hostile under normal circumstances.
Hall testified that she loved Rob and had no plans to leave him, but admitted that she has a personal stake in the outcome of the case. As a result, she has been allowed to be interrogated in a way that deviates from the standard protocol.
She has a lengthy resume that includes management consulting and working as a paralegal. She has assisted Fortune 500 companies during their technology transitions and transformations. She has also spoken at events, such as the Women in Tech Conference in Seattle. She also has a blog where she shares her experiences. She has a wide network of friends and supporters. In addition to her writing and speaking, she is also a licensed realtor in the state of Idaho.