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Geraldo Rivera and Judge Jeanine Pirro got into a spirited debate this morning on the curvy couch... 

The topic was: should Hillary Clinton face indictment over the information contained on her private, unsecured email server?

Fox News chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge has reported exclusively this week on the new revelations about the highly classified information found in the former secretary of state's emails.

Pirro noted that people at the highest levels of U.S. intelligence can't even look at some of the information found on the server.

"The woman circumvented both the spirit and the letter of the law. She needs to be indicted. The evidence is overwhelming right now," she argued.

Geraldo jokingly thanked the hosts for putting him in the position of defending Clinton and making him "even more unpopular in this building than I already am."

He went on to argue that there is "no chink in the armor" when it comes to Clinton's repeated assertions that she "never sent or received information marked classified."

"She's not guilty of a crime," said Rivera, adding that the FBI is "chasing its tail" with its investigation of the server.

He said he believes the analysis of the case has become political.

The judge shot back that her analysis is about the law and justice, not about politics.

"This is about a woman who is not above the law, even though she thinks she is. ... The woman is secretary of state. She has one email, one server. Are you telling me that for four years, the woman never had classified information on her Blackberry?! Come on," said Pirro. 

Watch the full back-and-forth above and hear much more on this story on Saturday at 9pm ET as Judge Pirro and Judge Andrew Napolitano go over the case on Justice with Judge Jeanine.

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