One Law for Me, Another for Thee (Episode 102)

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Join us this week as prisons continue to get swarmed by the coronavirus, more elected officials ignore the laws they demand the rest of us follow, and cops violate the First Amendment to arrest people for Facebook posts.

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1st Rule of Fsck Remains Undefeated (Episode 101)

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Even in a pandemic, police somehow manage to screw up on camera repeatedly. Join us as we review Colorado police handcuffing a man who did nothing wrong, Pennsylvania police ripping a man off a bus, and a very Florida story out of Florida!

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#Law140: Politicians’ Pandemic Powers (Episode 100)

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What powers does the President have in a pandemic? How about the Governor? Can the state force you to stay at home, or block your church from holding services, or stop you from working? Listen in for the law on politicians’ pandemic powers!

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Coronavirus Chaos (Episode 99)

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Join us this week as we go over some of the effects of the coronavirus on jail populations in several states, the Sixth Circuit granting qualified immunity to police who abused an innocent homeowner for sport, and two separate stories of Judges Gone Wild in Illinois and Indiana!

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