October 20, 2015 Show: Police Brutality Lawsuits and Non-Disparagement Agreements

The Barristers discuss a host of issues, including Baltimore City’s use of “non-disparagement” clauses in settlement agreements in police brutality lawsuits, and First Amendment implications. Next, the Barristers discuss changes to Maryland’s law on immunity in drug or alcohol-related emergencies, and a federal lawsuit by former college players against the NCAA for the use of their names and images.

October 13, 2015 Show: Marijuana dispensaries with Anne Arundel County Councilman Jerry Walker

Anne Arundel County Council Chairman Jerry Walker comes on the show to discuss dueling proposals on zoning medical marijuana growing and dispensing. Afterwards the Barristers discuss a bizarre lawsuit where highschool students committed suicide after being hypnotized by their principal.

October 6, 2015 Show: politics with former Delegate (and current Congressional candidate) Michael Smigiel, and the effect of gambling laws on fantasy sports.

Former Delegate Mike Smigiel comes on the show to discuss is congressional campaign to unseat Andy Harris, and his views on gun legislation. Next, the Barristers discuss recent changes in Maryland’s divorce laws and finally discuss whether fantasy football on FanDuel and Draft Kings is illegal gambling under state and federal law.