Podcasts: The Legal Docket

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The Legal Docket

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bar and drinks

The Legal Docket 3/1/15

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI attorney Jonathan Rands.

alcohol

The Legal Docket 2/15/15

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands.

wine

The Legal Docket 2/8/15

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands.

corks

The Legal Docket 2/1/15

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI attorney Jonathan Rands.

corkscrew

The Legal Docket 1/25/15

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI attorney Jonathan Rands.

alcohol glasses

The Legal Docket 1/18/15

DUI attorney Jonathan Rands talks with Dillon Honcoop.

beer in glass

The Legal Docket 1/4/15

DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands talks with Dillon Honcoop.

pouring wine

The Legal Docket 12/21/14

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI attorney Jonathan Rands.

beer glass

The Legal Docket 12/14/14

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands.

alcohol and keys

The Legal Docket 12/7/14

Dillon Honcoop talks with DUI lawyer Jonathan Rands.

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Remember the time Martha Stewart was convicted in federal court? That was 11 years ago!

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Washington House votes to retake tuition-setting power

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The Washington House of Representatives has voted to revoke tuition-setting power it previously gave to the state's universities.

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Critics rap payday lenders’ attempt to change Washington law

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Payday lenders are pushing Washington lawmakers to change a state law that restricts high-cost loans marketed to poor people.

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Washington House passes bill to outlaw spying via drone

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It would become a crime to spy on people with a drone under a bill passed by the Washington House of Representatives.

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Senate OKs judicial review of mental health decisions

A sidewalk outside the Legislative building is bustling with people on the first day of the 2014 session of the Washington state Legislature, Monday, Jan. 13, 2014, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.

Bill would allow family members to ask a judge to step in if a mental health professional will not involuntarily commit a relative they believe could be suicidal or a danger to others