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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, Laura Temme and Vaidehi Mehta

Sound Engineer: Laura Temme

Producer: Joe Fawbush

 

Jun 30, 2022

From legal wrangling in states over gender-affirming care to several Biden Administration executive orders, there's a lot to discuss regarding LGTBQ+ laws. And is Bostock v. Clayton County safe in light of recent Supreme Court decisions? This episode our hosts walk through a few things to note.

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Jun 23, 2022

No, it is not. But in a recent indictment against Jeffery Lamar Williams, a.k.a. Young Thug, Fulton County prosecutors submitted lyrics as evidence indicating Williams' involvement in a criminal organization. He is being prosecuted under RICO.

Is Young Thug the head of an Atlanta street gang? We have no idea. But Laura...


Jun 16, 2022

Come for the celebrity gossip, stay for the interesting legal aspects of the defamation case heard ‘round the world. Our hosts discuss the elements of defamation, the actual malice standard, and why the Heard vs. Depp trial got so messy and salacious.


May 26, 2022

We're back with Part 2 of our discussion of the Dobbs leaked draft opinion. Check out Part 1 for a full discussion of Roe v. Wade and a history of abortion jurisprudence.

This week, we're discussing other "privacy" cases that could be impacted by the Dobbs decision, a list that includes birth control, private sexual...


May 19, 2022

Justice Alito's leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health made worldwide news. In response, we're revisting the history of abortion jurisprudence in the U.S. Join us to get a fuller understanding of Roe v. Wade, how courts have historically viewed the constitutional right to privacy in regard to pregnancy...