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.
Sep 10, 2021
Local governments, large employers, and now the federal government are instituting vaccine mandates even as some states are taking the opposite approach. We examine the current state of vaccine mandates and discuss Supreme Court precedent on their constitutionality.
Sep 2, 2021
The White Earth Band of Ojibwe recognized the rights of wild rice under tribal law in 2018. Now, wild rice is the plaintiff in a lawsuit in tribal court against the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, claiming a proposed oil pipeline violates its rights. Other tribes, communities in the U.S., and countries have...