Podcasts: The Legal Docket

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The Legal Docket

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Courtroom

The Legal Docket 6/30/13

Jonathan Rands discusses how a DUI trial unfolds, then Tom Creekpaum and Adrian Madrone talk more about the courtroom process.…

SupremeCourt

The Legal Docket 6/23/13

Bob Butler talks about the U.S. Supreme Court ruling on sentencing felons with firearms, and Michael Brodsky talks about the…

handcuff

The Legal Docket 6/16/13

Jonathan Rands talks about a recent DUI case out of Arizona, and Adrian Madrone discusses domestic violence. Podcast: Play in…

gavel

The Legal Docket 6/9/13

Bob Butler discusses the 4th amendment of the Constitution, and Michael Brodsky talks about how police prove that you are…

Marijuana

The Legal Docket 5/19/13

Adrian Madrone talks about the current legal status of marijuana, and Jonathan Rands discusses a Supreme Court ruling regarding DUI…

The Legal Docket 5/12/13

Michael Brodsky talks about the legal implications of the kidnapping story in Ohio, and Bob Butler gives his thoughts on…

May Day Protest

The Legal Docket 5/5/13

Dillon Honcoop discusses the May Day protests in Seattle. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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