April 26, 2016 Show: Tom Brady, Pastafarian Rights, and the Textalyzer

An election night show with the Baltimore Barristers, discussing Tom Brady’s re-instated suspension, a federal inmate suing to be able to practice the Flying Spaghetti Monster Religion, and a proposed law in NY for scanning cellphones in vehicles involved in collisions.

April 12, 2016 Show: Can the NFL sue the New York Times?

The Barristers discuss a host of issues on tonight’s show: The NFL’s threat to sue the New York Times for their article connecting the NFL to big tobacco, an Oklahoma sheriff charged with taking a bribe for releasing a suspected drug dealer in exchange for a $10,000 “civil asset forfeiture”, a teenager in Massachusetts charged with manslaughter for encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself, and so much more.

April 5, 2016 Show: Freddie Gray, IRAs and Assisted Suicide

The Barristers discuss a slew of issues on tonight’s show, including compelled testimony in the upcoming Freddie Gray trials, Mandatory IRAs for Maryland small businesses, another attempt to pass an assisted suicide bill in Maryland, and a man in Texas who went to jail for not mowing his lawn.