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FindLaw's Don't Judge Me

FindLaw's Don't Judge Me is the show about the law in real life. Listen as hosts Andy, Joe and Laura discuss the good, the bad, and the hilarious about current legal events and hot topics. We hope you have as much fun listening as we have making it.

Hosts:  Andy Leonatti, Joe Fawbush and Laura Temme

Sound Engineer: Laura Temme

Producer: Joe Fawbush

 

Oct 21, 2021

Would-be presidential assassin John Hinckley, Jr. won his unconditional release in September. Now 66, Hinckley was found not guilty by reason of insanity in 1982 and spent decades at St. Elizabeth's hospital, a psychiatric facility in Washington, D.C. 

This episode we talk about Hinckley's fascinating case and explain...


Oct 7, 2021

Chances are you already know all about the new Texas law that all but prohibits abortions in the state and puts enforcement in the hands of any civilian who has $300 to risk for the chance to recover $10,000. We take a few minutes to talk about the first plaintiffs seeking this bounty - both of whom are disbarred...


Sep 30, 2021

There's been a lot of talk about judicial review lately. That the Supreme Court decides whether a law violates the Constitution is now largely unquestioned. But it wasn't always this way. This episode we go back and revisit the contentious election of 1800 and Marbury v. Madison, the decision that set the precedent for...


Sep 23, 2021

Alex Murdaugh has been criminally charged for planning his own death so his son could get the proceeds of his insurance policy. But the plan backfired, leading to more trouble for an already beleaguered family. Insurance fraud is just the tip of the iceberg.

Andy and Laura tell you the hard-to-believe story of...


Sep 17, 2021

Experienced Washington landlord/tenant attorney Jesse Matsukawa sits down with Andy and Vaidehi to discuss the end of the rent moratorium. What does it mean for struggling renters? What are their legal options if behind on rent? A must-listen for anyone worried about eviction.