President Garcetti

November 17, 2017

121

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the importance of curiosity. Then the guys talk about LA Mayor Eric Garcetti wanting to run for president in 2018. After that, Adam asks Mark about the latest on Harvey Weinstein, as well as Marks thoughts on Kevin Spacey.

Daughter Of The American Revolution

November 10, 2017

120

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about hateful comments online, as well as Adam’s mom wanting Natalia to join The Daughters of the American Revolution. Then the guys talk about how quickly news comes and goes in today’s world. This leads to Mark explaining how a manslaughter charge is vastly different than Murder 1 or Murder 2. before they wrap, Mark talks about America recognizing the Armenian Genocide and Turkey’s attempts to prevent that from happening.

The Execution

November 3, 2017

119

Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about being more famous than Jimmy Kimmel when they were friends and first starting out in entertainment. Then Mark talks about finally watching the video tape of an Arizona police officer executing an unarmed man in a hotel hallway. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about celebrity scandals.

Break The Pita

October 27, 2017

118

Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Houston Texans owner calling his players inmates, which leads to more talk of Mark’s lawsuit against the NFL. Then Adam and Mark talk about some of the sexual harassment allegations and lawsuits floating around today. After that the guys discuss allegations of a Uranium deal between the US with Russia. Before they wrap, Adam gives an update on the Armenian jeweler he’s trying to buy a building from, as well as asking Mark about revenge porn laws.

Mark & Kaepernick vs The NFL

October 20, 2017

117

Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt responding to tweets from people stating that they will no longer follow him due to his friendships with Mark and Jimmy Kimmel who are saying things they don’t like. This leads Mark to talk more in-depth about his representation of Colin Kaepernick and their lawsuit against the NFL. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark discuss the most recent developments in the Harvey Weinstein scandal and get Mark’s predictions on both situations.

Talk Like Mitt Romney, Act Like Harvey Weinstein

October 13, 2017

116

Mark opens the show solo this week talking about some of his cases as Adam runs a little late making his way over to the studio. Then Adam comes in and talks to Mark about Sonny being in the hospital with a skull fracture. For the remainder of the show, Adam and Mark talk extensively about the Harvey Weinstein scandal.

No Talk of Canada

October 6, 2017

115

Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the need for a nap room in his house. Then Adam tells Mark about the new warehouse he just bought. After that, Adam and Mark talk about healthcare in the United States. Before they wrap, Mark brings in a strange news story about a bank teller getting prosecuted for a bizarre crime.

J.J. Green

September 29, 2017

114

Mark opens up this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about becoming a public enemy after representing Scott Peterson. Then Adam asks Mark about the most recent developments in the Trump/Russia probe in which wire taps were placed on Trump’s former campaign chief Paul Manafort. Then the guys take a phone call from National Security Correspondent and Podcast One Podcaster J.J. Green to give even more insight into the 2016 Presidential meddling by Russia. The gang continues to talk about Russia and their intentions for the remainder of the show.

Paul Butler

September 22, 2017

113

Adams opens the show talking to Mark about tell tale signs that your neighborhood isn’t in the best of shape. Then Adam gets into who the scariest guys on the planet are in regards to a conversation about the murder of Mickey Thompson and his wife. After that the guys talk to their guest and Georgetown Professor Paul Butler about transforming the criminal justice system in America.

Harmeet Dhillon

September 15, 2017

112

Adam and Mark welcome their in-studio guest and acclaimed attorney Harmeet Dhillon to today’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. The guys open the show asking Harmeet about her thoughts on the Google employee who got fired for giving his opinion on why Google doesn’t employ as many female employees as male. Then Harmeet talks about the anti-free speech protests that have occurred at UC Berkley over conservative guest speakers like Milo Yiannopoulos and Ben Shapiro. This leads to a longer conversation about the adult teachers and law enforcement who reinforce the PC students by letting them do and say what they want without any reproductions. Before they wrap, the gang continues to talk about the political climate surrounding students today.