July 26, 2016 Show: Bar Girls, Website Trespass and Other Crimes

Is is a crime to go on a website after the owner told you not to? In California it might be. Is it a crime to say “hi” to a stranger of the opposite sex? In England it might be. Is it a crime to trick a man into thinking you’re a tourist so he’ll buy you expensive drinks at the club where you work? In Florida it might not be.

July 19, 2016 Show: Jack Hunter, Editor of Rare Politics, Talks Convention Politics and Culture

What does the future hold for the Republican Party? Alex sits down with Jack Hunter, Editor of Rare Politics and former New Media Director for Sen. Rand Paul, to discuss the party convention in Cleveland, the state of Republican minority outreach, and criminal justice issues like the death of Freddie Gray. Next, the Barristers discuss 1st Amendment issues related to online threats in the aftermath of numerous shooting deaths in the past few weeks. And to end the night, some practical advice about dashcams and for Pokémon Go players.

July 12, 2016 Show: Philando Castile, Alton Sterling, Cameras, and Guns

The Barristers break down the legal and social implications of the shooting deaths of Philando Castile and Alton Sterling. Practical 2nd Amendment Rights and video recording of law enforcement are both big issues. The Barristers also discuss the recent court decision possibly making sharing Netflix passwords into a federal crime, and give practical advice about pets in hot cars this summer.

July 5, 2016 Show: The FBI and the Secretary, a Love Story

The Barristers discuss the decision of FBI Director James Comey’s decision to not recommend charges be brought against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Was Director Comey correct that other State and intelligence employees would not have been prosecuted had they done what Clinton did? Was there really insufficient evidence? Then, the Barristers discuss the latest updates in the trial of Lt. Brian Rice, and recent developments in DUI law.