I Would Not Call The Fire Department

February 23, 2018

135

Mark Geragos calls in from New York for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam opens the show asking Mark about some of his cases he’s been working on lately. Then Adam gets into a discussion about having nightmare neighbors. After that, Adam asks Mark about the most recent developments in the investigation toward Trump regarding Russia’s alleged election meddling. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about the armed resource officer who never entered the Florida school when an expelled student went on a shooting rampage killing 17 people.

Fantastic Fig

February 18, 2018

134

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about how times have changed in terms of what kind of language is acceptable to use in society. Then Adam tells a story of getting one of his vehicles towed in LA and having to spend the entire day trying to get it back. After that, Mark talks about the most recent updates in the FBI/Russia Investigation in which Robert Mueller hands down indictments to 13 individuals. For the rest of the show, Adam and Mark talk more in depth about the Russia investigation.

On Retainer

February 9, 2018

133

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about a special GOP report that is about to be released. Then Adam asks Mark about any updates on his case trying to get justice for Daniel Shaver’s murder by Mesa Arizona police officers. After that, Adam asks Mark for a Chris Brown update. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark discuss what being on retainer means.

Golden Parachute

February 2, 2018

132

Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the President of Michigan State resigning after Larry Nassar was sentenced to at least 40 years in jail due to his sexual assault of young female athletes. Then Adam talks about the time he got fired from his terrestrial radio job. After that, Adam and Mark talk about working and figuring out what you want to do as a young adult.

Don’t Piss Off The FBI

January 26, 2018

131

Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt complaining about some of his employees. Then Mark talks to Adam about Hillary Clinton. After that, Author James Rosen calls in to talk about his book ‘High Hand’, and give his opinions about the ongoing investigation into President Trump. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about how foolish it is to piss off America’s Law enforcement agencies.

Selective Racism

January 19, 2018

130

Mark opens up today’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about President Trump allegedly having sexual relations with porn star Stormy Daniel’s in 2006, as well as paying her to keep quiet about the relationship. Then Adam asks Mark about the latest on the Russian collusion investigation. After that, Adam asks Mark about any developments in his case representing the widow of an innocent man executed by the Mesa Arizona Police. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark his thoughts on another police killing of an innocent woman.

Wrongful Termination

January 12, 2018

129

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing the difference between men and women emotionally. Then the guys talk to attorney Harmeet Dhillon about about one of her clients, a former Google employee, who was fired due to a memo he sent out trying to talk about the difference between men and women in the workplace.

Militia

January 5, 2018

128

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode talking about some recent burglaries in their neighborhood of La Canada. Then the guys discuss Jeff Sessions and the DOJ’s recent crackdown on marijuana. After that, Mark asks Adam his opinion on the recent book criticizing Donald Trump. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark about the DOJ re-opening the case involving Hilary Clinton’s use of a private server to share e-mails.

Best Of: Christopher Darden

December 29, 2017

127

Famed attorney best known for his role in the O.J. Simpson murder case, Christopher Darden joins Adam & Mark for a candid conversation about his time working on the O.J. trial, his post-O.J. life and career and finally Mark’s recently filed class action against the popular app Snapchat.

Nominally A Legal Show

December 22, 2017

126

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Donald Trump’s judicial nominee Matthew Spencer Peterson, who was unable to answer even the most basic of questions about our legal system and what it would take to preside over it. Then the guys discuss Matt Damon getting online flak for saying there’s a difference between what Bill Cosby and Al Franken did to women. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark discuss the accuracy of news outlets today and how easy it is to distort stories by exploiting emotional responses in readers. Please note that we recorded this a bit in advance and Matthew Spencer Peterson has since withdrawn from consideration for the judiciary.