The Barristers get the inside scoop from Delegate Eric Luedtke, Chairman of Maryland’s Joint Committee on Gaming Oversight, about potential new regulation of fantasy sports in Maryland. Next, the Barristers discuss the use of the “stingray” cellphone tracking system by the Baltimore City Police Department.
The Baltimore Barristers discuss the national problem of teen sexting, its legal and social consequences, and give advise to parents on how to protect their children. Then the Barristers give their take on the ongoing concussion lawsuits between the NFL and former players. Finally, the Barristers debate the legality of state governors attempting to block Syrian refugees from coming to their states.
The Baltimore Barristers discuss the ongoing Washington Redskins trademark lawsuit and First Amendment law. Next, the Barristers talk about the case of a father in Kentucky charged with reckless endangerment for shooting a drone which he claimed was spying on his teenage daughter. Lastly, the Barristers help get out the word on the description of the hit-and-run killer of Marine Corporal William Ferrell.
The Baltimore Barristers host Baltimore City Councilman (and mayoral candidate) Nick Mosby and discuss Freddie Gray, property taxes, non-disparagement agreements, and so much more. Then the Barristers discuss the latest lawsuit against the fantasy sports company FanDuel.
The Baltimore Barristers sit down with attorney Robin Ficker who specializes in cases of elementary school students who were suspended for innocuous behavior involving imaginary weapons, such as a seven year-old boy who chewed his pop-tart into the shape of a gun or a six year-old girl with a hello kitty bubble gun. The Barristers ask: has zero-tolerance gone too far?