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The courtroom can be a battlefield over money, people’s rights, and even their lives. For some cases, the consequences can affect us long after the verdict is read. Based on extensive interviews and court transcripts, Wondery’s new podcast LEGAL WARS puts you inside the jury box of some of the most famous court cases in American history, including Hulk Hogan’s courtroom wrestling match with Gawker, the battle for free speech on the internet, and the Rodney King trial that set off the LA Riot ...
 
Television's longest-running court show "Divorce Court," presided over by Lynn Toler, allows viewers to experience the drama firsthand as couples square off in real-life courtroom battles. With over twenty years of experience behind her in the practice of law, Lynn Toler brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the bench of "Divorce Court." Get your daily relationship and common sense advice from Judge Lynn Toler.
 
Do you like films? Do you like debating whether a film is a cinematic triumph, or if it’s a big hot mess? Well, we’ve got a just the podcast for you. We aim to settle those raging debates once and for all, as we put Films on Trial We’re five lads from Liverpool and each week we will act as judge, prosecution, defence and witness, as we recreate a courtroom scenario, and decide whether a much loved (or hated) film should end up on the Hit List or not. Film trivia, quizzes, banter, terrible im ...
 
Welcome to Christianity on Trial, where the claims of Christianity are examined and judged by the rules of evidence as used in the court of law. Your host, Dr. John Warwick Montgomery, is a lawyer, a theologian, an author, and an accomplished defender of biblical Christianity. He is no stranger to the rules of evidence or the courtroom. As a lawyer he has successfully defended clients in the U.S. and Europe. So with our skeptical world for the prosecution and Dr. John Warwick Montgomery for ...
 
Comedian Alex Boardman and Barrister Chris Kehoe, discuss English Criminal Law whilst sat in a Ford Mondeo. A comedic look at some of the most famous criminal cases in English Law with legal expert and barrister Chris Kehoe, and comedian Alex Boardman. In every episode Chris will guide us through a famous area in English Criminal Law. He will explain the facts of the case, set out the legal principles the case raises and offer insight into the reasons behind the verdicts of the judges who pr ...
 
Case Closed is a true crime podcast about the times the bad guy didn’t get away with it. On season 3 of Case Closed, we look at the murder of Barbara Weaver, an Amish woman who was found shot dead in her Ohio home. But this story is so much more than a murder in the night. What secrets were hiding behind the perfectly manicured fields of Amish Country? Listen to season 3 for more.
 
Branch 251 takes you to the heart of the world’s first criminal trial dealing with atrocity crimes committed by Syrian officials. Prosecutors in the German city of Koblenz accuse two alleged henchmen of the Syrian government of crimes against humanity committed at ‘Branch 251’ detention center near Damascus. Branch 251 gives you a biweekly update on the trial. With portraits of the main protagonists. Commentary, analysis, and testimony from the courtroom. Especially from victims and their fa ...
 
MURDERISH is a true crime podcast that delves into true stories of murder, disappearances and other creepy events. Also featured on the podcast are in-depth interviews with high-profile people in the true crime community. This podcast will take you on a deep-dive journey through interesting cases, beginning the date of the crime and ending with the courtroom verdict. If you are fascinated by true crime, and all that embodies the genre, this podcast will appeal to you. Listening to this podca ...
 
The story of billionaire Robert Durst and his possible involvement in the deaths of three people became world-famous because of the popular HBO series, The Jinx. Hear the story of the Durst trial for the murder of Susan Berman as it happens, with unique access to evidence and testimony from pre-trial proceedings, courtroom recaps, expert commentary, witness testimony and interviews with individuals who have special knowledge related to the homicide trial. This groundbreaking real-time true c ...
 
“THEATER OF THE COURTROOM” is a podcast designed to help trial lawyers “bring the life back to the law” by making a positive connection with jurors so that they will be open to our arguments. It’s also designed to help tax professionals simplify “tax speak” so that it can easily be understood by a lay audience. Each week, Mike interview some of todays most successful public speakers, lawyers, and members of the theater arts community. They share their wisdom and insights on how to master sta ...
 
Part romance, part mystery, part courtroom and quasi-courtroom drama. Young love reignites itself after a hiatus of some years. Or does it? Much can change in that time -- both to the people themselves, and to the events that shape their lives. The action moves from England to India, and back again, confronting the protagonists with problems they never dreamed they’d have to face. ( Nicholas Clifford)
 
The Defense Rests is a podcast in which you're the jury. We'll put Christianity and other worldviews in the courtroom as we address the claims for and the objections against the Christian faith from a legal perspective. You'll hear objections right from atheists, agnostics, and those from other religions to see whether Christianity holds up to courtroom level scrutiny.
 
Ever since the shocking deaths of three young women in 1996 and 1997, the unanswered questions surrounding the Claremont serial killings have remained one of the biggest mysteries in WA history. Any hope of justice in the tragic deaths of Ciara Glennon, Sarah Spiers and Jane Rimmer seemed bleak for more than 20 years, with police coming unstuck and no sign of a breakthrough. That was until the arrest of Bradley Robert Edwards in 2016, who was subsequently charged with the trio's murders. For ...
 
What really happens when a jury retires to deliberate? Find out each week on Deliberations, a modern day, improvised audio drama that allows criminal justice enthusiasts to step inside a jury room. Each season explores a different courtroom drama inspired by real life criminal trials in the news. Six improvisers serve as the jury and passionately react, negotiate, and argue opposing interpretations of the evidence. Season Two examines the rights of accusers and defendants in cases of sexual ...
 
Forensic InService discusses the application of psychiatric, psychological, and social work evidence-based practice to matters of assessment and treatment, law, corrections, crime, and delinquency. We examine such concerns as the insanity defense, the high incarceration rate of individuals with mental illness, encounters with law enforcement, and the community management of sex offenders, as well as such macro concerns as the availability of treatment services, public perceptions of people w ...
 
As a former high-profile attorney for Michael Jackson and the Jackson family, Brian is no stranger to courtroom drama and celebrity. And he’s not afraid to cover it all in this hard-hitting, fast-paced radio show. From politics and corporate corruption to celebrity scandal, Brian helps us get to the truth behind the headlines.
 
The Daily Telegraph gives you a front seat at the trial of a monster. Queues of people waited for hours to get into the Sydney courtroom to see and hear serial killer Ivan Milat on trial for the murders of seven young backpackers in 1996. Now after his death in jail, The Daily Telegraph has recreated the most dramatic moments of what was the trial of the century.
 
Perry Mason is a fictional defense attorney who originally appeared in detective fiction by Erle Stanley Gardner. This long running radio drama had several actors who played the famous lawyer starting with Bartlett Robinson and then followed by Santos Ortega, Donald Briggs, and finally John Larkin who played the famous attorney after 1947. The radio portrayal of Perry Mason is a far more involved lawyer then the one who became famous on TV, the radio version would rather swap gunshots with e ...
 
The trial of former soccer coach Oral "Nick" Hillary starts September 6 in Canton, New York. Hillary is accused of strangling 12-year-old Garrett Phillips to death nearly five years ago, in a case that's grabbed national headlines. Reporters from NCPR have been following it from the start. They'll be your guide to what's happening in the courtroom each day. 010329
 
For two and a half years, Emily Bazelon has been followed people through a special court in New York designed to be a speedy machine for the harsh punishment of illegal gun possession. Along the way, a strange thing happened—the politics outside the courtroom started to change when a new generation of activists and insiders began challenging the old system the gun court was part of. Charged | A True Punishment Story brings you a fight to transform one big-city justice system.
 
Touchline Fracas is a weekly Football Podcast that gives you enthralling debates from all corners of the footballing world. Whatever the subject, you are guaranteed differing opinions and Touchline Fracas gives regular football fans a platform to voice those opinions and debate with other fans whose opinions contrast.
 
An unprecedented legal battle for our planet's future is about to take place. This November, one of the largest people-powered movements in modern history will assemble to fight climate change in a new and powerful way: by bringing it into the courtroom. Standing in the dock will be the Norwegian government, which recently sanctioned new areas for oil exploration in the Arctic. Unburnable will tell the story of this momentous legal challenge, and the global fight to protect our most fundamen ...
 
The Maddie podcast series explores what many believe is the well-known story of Madeleine McCann’s disappearance but this is an investigation of the evidence which could make you question everything you thought you knew about the case.
 
Sketch comedy for your ears! With sound effects that make you feel like you're really there! Where? An erotic fiction writing group! The hotel from The Shining! A phone sex hotline! The sexiest courtroom in the continental United States! A recording studio with the Backstreet Boys circa 1998! The LA County Fair! A day out with Bernadette Peters! The writer's room at Teen Vogue! An English country manor serviced by a very, very, very bad butler! And more! Presented by John Milhiser and Zed Cu ...
 
Racket: Inside the Gold Club, gives you unprecedented access to the notorious Atlanta strip club, known in its heyday as a bacchanal to the biggest names in sports and entertainment. But in 1999, the debauchery came crashing down after the club was raided by the FBI and slammed with a daunting racketeering indictment. Racket takes you on a salacious, character-driven romp to find out what took the Gold Club from champagne rooms to the courtroom.
 
This monthly podcast from the Barnes & Thornburg Podcast Network takes you inside the world of trial attorneys. Litigation partners Michelle Bradford and Meena Sinfelt of Barnes & Thornburg speak with other trial attorneys working at the top of the field to find out what drives them, hear tales from the courtroom, share advice for future trial lawyers, and more.
 
[quote] John Parsons Cook was a 28 year old bachelor, from a good family but not in robust health. He studied to become a lawyer, but instead of following that career, turned to raising race horses. In November 1855, during a visit to the Shrewsbury races, he was taken violently ill. He was attended by the 80 year old local doctor Dr. Bamford, and Cook's friend and sometimes partner, Dr. Palmer. William Palmer was a physician and surgeon, a widower and father. His appearance instilled confid ...
 
PHL Diversity (formerly known as the Multicultural Affairs Congress), a division of the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau (PHLCVB) presents brief insights, views and opinions from tourism and hospitality leaders, meeting/convention professionals and academics regarding hospitality, tourism and diversity topics. Podcasts are brought to you with support from the Pennsylvania Convention Center and A Step Higher production company. For more on PHL Diversity, visit PHLDiversity.com.
 
A weekly, hour-long newsmagazine on North Carolina, Carolina Journal Radio is hosted by Donna Martinez and Mitch Kokai and features a diverse mix of guests and topics. Education reform, tax policy, the state legislature, affirmative action, air pollution, freedom of the press and the courts – these are just a few of the subjects that Carolina Journal Radio has tackled since the program began production in 2003.
 
Is Star Trek: Voyager good... or is it garbage? Journey forward to the courtroom of the Honorable Judge Midnightien Later as he seeks to discern a final and legally-binding answer to this and other perplexing questions, one Voyager episode at a time. Is Janeway the purest exemplar of the overarching Star Trek ethos, or does she personify the dangers of dogmatic adherence to Starfleet’s institutional code? Is the Voyager a pretty ship? Why does the theme song never speed up? The court’s only ...
 
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Courts in Session and presiding judges Stephen Cooke and Carsten Knox take a look at the new Aaron Sorkin feature The Trial of the Chicago 7. From there, they continue through precedent-setting courtroom dramas like 'A Few Good Men', 'The Verdict', 'Witness for the Prosecution', the recent 'Just Mercy' and many more Check out CKDU every Tuesday aft…
 
If animals share many qualities with humans - if they're self-aware, if they communicate, and grieve for their dead, as we know they do - do they deserve human-like rights? Next month, the case of Happy the elephant comes before the New York Supreme Court. Happy's lawyer (yes, she has one) will argue that her long incarceration in the Bronx Zoo has…
 
Two of the most notorious Islamic State militants were charged in a Virginia federal courtroom Wednesday with crimes stemming from the kidnapping and killing of four Americans in Syria. It's the next step in the pursuit of justice for a case that began with unspeakable horrors. Nick Schifrin reports and talks to John Demers, assistant attorney gene…
 
Doctor Foster creator, Mike Bartlett, has come up with a new drama for BBC1. Set in Manchester, Life follows the stories of the residents of a large house divided into four flats, and explores love, loss, birth and death, and features some of the characters from Doctor Foster. Nick Ahad reviews.Channing Godfrey Peoples talks about writing and direc…
 
A Union County judge has approved a deal calling on the state of North Carolina to boost education spending by more than $400 million a year. It’s the first stage of a plan that would lead to billions of dollars of new spending. The money is tied to the long-running Leandro lawsuit. Terry Stoops, John Locke Foundation vice president for research an…
 
Rock-tober is in full swing and this week we're heading back 30+ years to the 1980s Sunset Strip. Some of the most iconic bands of our time were making their names at the Whisky a Go Go, Starwood, Troubadour, and the like. Out of all those bands, which one can consider themselves the headliner of them all? In this episode, we answer just that. It's…
 
Welcome to another explosive episode of Kop End Fracas, your favourite Liverpool FC podcast, brought to you by the #TouchlineFracas network. This week we discuss Everton Performance: 02:40 Matip & Gomez Partnership: 28:00 VAR, Van Dijk Injury and Refs: 40:00 For more Liverpool content sign up to our patreon, www.patreon.com/kopendfracas where you c…
 
The U.S. and Russia say they're close to a major agreement on arms control. The world's largest nuclear powers are discussing extending the last remaining nuclear treaty, which is currently scheduled to expire in February, and freezing the total number of nuclear warheads. Nick Schifrin reports and talks to Marshall Billingslea, special presidentia…
 
When outbreaks of COVID-19 at meat processing plants in the U.S. slowed production, American wholesalers and grocery chains turned to foreign beef suppliers. Producers in the small country of Nicaragua were happy to fulfill U.S. demand -- but doing so has come at a high cost for local communities. Nate Halverson of the Center for Investigative Repo…
 
A collaboration with the Aké Festival: leading black writers and artists discuss Black Lives Matter and related issues of this year in connection to their work. With Tayari Jones, Derek Owusu, Victor Ehikhamenor and Sara-Jayne Makwala King. The Aké Festival is the world's largest literary festival of black voices on black issues. Usually held in La…
 
In our news wrap Monday, the Justice Department has charged six Russians with hacking everything from the 2017 French elections to the 2018 Winter Olympics to U.S. hospitals. The indictment says all six were, or still are, officers in Russian military intelligence, known as the GRU. Also, there is new unrest in Belarus, with thousands protesting wh…
 
Nicole Kidman talks about starring in new thriller The Undoing. A therapist's life unravels after she learns that her husband might be responsible for a horrific murder. Left behind in the wake of a spreading and very public disaster and horrified by the ways in which she has failed to heed her own advice, Grace must dismantle one life and create a…
 
Crimson Peak is on trial this week. Built to last or a house of cards? Joel has picked this for Halloween Horror Month and defends it with Dave. They point out the masterful direction by Guillermo Del Toro and excellent performances by a top flight cast. Ausy and Alex look at the predictable plot and uninteresting script that make this a boring dud…
 
Federal taxpayers cannot afford another bailout of state and local governments. Joseph Coletti, the John Locke Foundation’s senior fellow, explains why in a column he co-wrote for TheHill.com. Coletti contends most state governments have fared better than expected during the COVID-19 pandemic. Throwing more money at them now would lead to waste whi…
 
Welcome to another #TouchlineFracas - your weekly football podcast; Our panel today discussed gameweek 5 of the Premier League and take your listeners questions. This weeks show featured; Lewis - @TouchyGooners Sebby - @Sebby_LO Ellis - @Elliskco_I Tobs - @Tottenhamtobs Leave us a 5-star review on Itunes! Join our Discord server for ALL things foot…
 
New clashes between Azerbaijan and Armenia have erupted over the control of Nagorno-Karabakh. The conflict, which has been going on for over three weeks, has devastated the region, killing hundreds of soldiers and dozens of civilians. Simon Ostrovsky reports from ground zero with support from the Pulitzer Center. A warning: some of the images seen …
 
In our news wrap Friday, the prime minister of Thailand refused to resign despite a second day of demonstrations in Bangkok. Waves of protesters, mostly young, are demanding democratic reforms of the country's monarchy. Also, firefighters in Colorado are battling the largest fire in the state's history. The Cameron Peak Fire has already scorched so…
 
Across the globe, new cases of the coronavirus have climbed to an all-time high of more than 330,000 per day. Continental Europe is facing unprecedented spread, but conditions are worsening in the United Kingdom and in parts of Latin America, as well. Nick Schifrin and special correspondents Lucy Hough, Malcolm Brabant and Mary Triny Mena have a wo…
 
Welcome back to another Touchline Hotspur episode brought to you by #TouchlineFracas. This week's panel consisted of: @saifullahsoul @owensorrell @OhioV1 @tottenhamtobs @tops881 Guest: @thelawless During this episode, we discussed: - England & Gareth Southgate - Most overrated club players - Let fans in campaign - Spurs v West Ham preview - Listene…
 
Roddy Doyle talks about his latest novel, Love. In the course of one summer’s evening in Dublin, two old drinking buddies revisit the pubs and the love affairs of their youth, and talk openly about their marriages and other relationships, downing several pints of stout along the way.Gairloch Museum in the Highlands of Scotland is one of the winners…
 
If animals share many qualities with humans - if they're self-aware, if they communicate, and grieve for their dead, as we know they do - do they deserve human-like rights? Next month, the case of Happy the elephant comes before the New York Supreme Court. Happy's lawyer (yes, she has one) will argue that her long incarceration in the Bronx Zoo has…
 
Running Order 3 mins - Mount debate 30 mins - No Prem goals for Werner or Havertz 39 mins - Defence sorted? 46 mins - Jorginho new contract 49 mins - Lessons so far 56 mins - Rotation Sign up to our patreon www.patreon.com/chessyhour where you can access more quality Chelsea contentBy Touchline MG
 
Armenia and Azerbaijan continue to battle over Nagorno Karabakh, a disputed territory and enclave of ethnic Amenians. At issue are seven districts of Azerbaijan that surround the region. This week, Russian officials pushed the two countries for a cessation of hostilities -- but so far the effort to broker peace has been unsuccessful. Special corres…
 
Anaïs Mitchell took the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and turned it into Hadestown, which became an immensely successful musical at the National Theatre and on Broadway. Now she has written Working on a Song, a book that gets down to the nitty-gritty of writing for musical theatre, tracing the development of the songs of Hadestown from the spark of …
 
17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse returned to a courtroom last week to fight his extradition from Illinois to Wisconsin, where he faces multiple felony charges for killing two people and severely injuring another. Interstate extradition is usual a simple procedural matter, but Rittenhouse is a minor and that has complicated things. Court TV’s Julia Jena…
 
If animals share many qualities with humans - if they're self-aware, if they communicate, and grieve for their dead, as we know they do - do they deserve human-like rights? Next month, the case of Happy the elephant comes before the New York Supreme Court. Happy's lawyer (yes, she has one) will argue that her long incarceration in the Bronx Zoo has…
 
In this episode of Trial Lawyer Nation, Michael sits down with another trail blazing trial lawyer, Chris Madeksho. Chris recently received a $13.9 million jury verdict on a Mesothelioma case tried in person using social distancing and other safety measures. They discuss Chris’s background, the details and challenges of the case he tried, the safety…
 
The Touchy Gooners is a weekly Arsenal podcast under the #TouchlineFracas banner. This week featured; Nigerian Dan - @Dankoogs Leroy - @1Acei German Dan - @Iamdt_25 James Benge - @JamesBenge Running Order; 1.50 - Transfer Window Intro 4.26 - Thoughts on transfers so far 10.12 - AFC Bell and news break 14.30 - How does James Benge navigate in the wi…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, Russia reiterated appeals to Armenia and Azerbaijan to stop fighting over Nagorno-Karabakh. Instead, fighting escalated in the disputed territory, with each side accusing the other of breaking a ceasefire. Moscow is attempting to broker an end to the violence that erupted three weeks ago. Also, France has declared a new …
 
The global bestselling author Jodi Picoult discusses her 26th novel The Book Of Two Ways. It’s the story of a hospice worker who - when her plane crashes in the opening pages -is surprised at the life that flashes before her eyes. Rather than her scientist husband and teenage daughter, she sees the life that might have been had she made different c…
 
With the 2020 World Series looming, this week we dive back into the rich history of the Fall Classic and decide who is the best of the best and which team is the greatest World Series winning team of all time. Is it the 1927 New Yankees or the 1998 New York Yankees? Make sure to keep up with all our happenings on our socials. Catch the weekly previ…
 
Welcome to another explosive episode of Kop End Fracas, your favourite Liverpool FC podcast, brought to you by the #TouchlineFracas network. This week we discuss Adrian: 02:41 Mane's importance: 19:31 Midfield: 25:24 Everton Preview 36:07 Everton Predictions 01:02:50 TAA Positioning 01:06:19 For more Liverpool content sign up to our patreon, www.pa…
 
The world is struggling to slow a new surge in the number of COVID-19 infections. The problem is especially pronounced in Europe, where France, Italy, Spain and the United Kingdom account for a large share of new cases. But the concerns about continuing spread are global. Amna Nawaz talks to global health expert Lawrence Gostin of Georgetown Law Sc…
 
Hugh Laurie talks about Roadkill, a major new political drama for BBC One written by David Hare. Roadkill is a four-part fictional thriller about a self-made, forceful and charismatic politician trying to outrun his past.Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum is one of the winners in Art Fund’s Museum Of The Year 2020. We discover how they’ll be spending …
 
When protesters descended on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago in 1968, they came to peacefully protest racism, politics and the country’s involvement in Vietnam. But the whole world watched as the police beat and arrested protestors. The conflict became the spark that ignited a revolution, and the men who led the protests were put on t…
 
A solar system stands on the edge of war as tensions between Earth and her unruly colonies strain to a breaking point. The only thing that can heal the divide is an answer to the unanswerable question: Is Mobile Suit Gundam Wing rad… or is it bad? Join two dueling anime aficionados and a guy who can definitely point to Japan on a map as they dive i…
 
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