The Baltimore Barristers are joined by the always provocative Milo Yiannopoulos, a British journalist and ardent supporter of Donald Trump. Milo shared his views on Brexit, the Orlando shooting, social justice warriors, and Donald Trump’s views on speech rights.
The Barristers break down all the issues in the latest trial stemming from the death of Freddie Gray. The rift between the State’s Attorney’s Office and the police was on full display, along with discovery violations, and a surprising expert witness. The Barristers make their predictions: could Ofc. Goodson still be convicted of reckless endangerment or official misconduct? Finally, the Barristers discuss the growth of cyber-bullying laws, including one recently ruled unconstitutionally over broad.
The Barristers discuss the political and policy debates surrounding the recent mass shooting in Orlando. Both Clinton and Trump support the use of the “no-fly” list as a basis for banning gun ownership. But would it have actually prevented the Orlando shooting, and would it be constitutional? The Barristers also explore proposed immigration solutions to terrorism and their potential side effects.
Doug Costello never imagined when selling a printer on Craigslist for less than $75 that he’d be sued for $600,000. The Barristers discuss protecting yourself from insane lawsuits and how one abusive litigant in Indiana makes a living off of them. Next, the Barristers discuss two lawsuits about shootings in Colorado, the Planned Parenthood shooting and the Aurora Cinemark, where victims blamed not just the shooters, but the property owners where it happened. And in the last segment: the bizarre story of Texas man sentenced to death based on the testimony of a hypnotized eye-witness.
The Barristers weigh in on the death of Harambe the Gorilla at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden and the potential liability issues. Next, the Barristers discuss the pending FDA regulations that threaten to put many vaping businesses out of business.