March 29, 2016 Show: Assault Charges Against Trump’s Campaign Manager, and Texting While Walking

The Barristers debate a criminal battery charge in Jupiter, FL against Donald Trump’s campaign manager, and whether there was sufficient evidence for it. Later, the Barristers discuss a proposed bill in New Jersey to outlaw texting while walking, and proposed bills in Maryland for regulating Fantasy Football.

March 22, 2016 Show: The Java Act with Delegate Robin Grammer

Delegate Robin Grammer takes a break from the legislative session to share the story of the “Patriot Java Stop”, an award winning vocational program for special needs high school students students which was banned by the Maryland Department of Education. Later on, the Barristers discuss a recent Supreme Court decision about a taser ban in Massachusetts, and a woman charged with a crime for not having a gun instead.

March 15, 2016 Show: Director of Central Intelligence James Woolsey (Ret.), and the FBI v. Apple Litigation

The Baltimore Barristers got the unique perspective the former Director of Central Intelligence, R. James Woolsey, about the dangerous repercussions if the Federal Bureau of Investigation gets control of Apple’s iOS source code. Later, the Barristers discussed recent developments in DUI laws and the possibility of a contested Republican National Convention.

March 8, 2016 Show: Gov. Gary Johnson and Mayoral Candidate David Warnock

Over the weekend, Gov. Gary Johnson (Libertarian Candidate for President) spoke with Alex about his campaign, immigration, third parties, and much more. Then the Barristers spoke with Baltimore City Mayoral Candidate David Warnock live about his plans for reforming education, police practices, and a modified red line.