Reporter Brian Ross—who left ABC News in July after being suspended over an erroneous report about Michael Flynn—has landed at Law & Crime. At the niche network, which “covers trials and crime 24/7,” Ross will serve as the lead investigative reporter and will host a weekly show called “Brian Ross Investigates.” “After the December broadcast, I need to prove to everyone that I’m the same reporter who won all those awards and had the impact. I plan to,” he told The Washington Post. At ABC News, Ross’ team mistakenly reported that Flynn, Trump’s former national security adviser, was “prepared to testify that Trump urged him to contact Russians during the 2016 presidential campaign.” Ross was later suspended after the December 2017 report was corrected. Ross and Schwartz have earned six Peabodys and 17 Emmys over the years, but some of their reports have had errors, including a story about the Iraq War and another about the 2012 shooting in Aurora, Colorado.