Don’t Try To Beat Business

April 14, 2017

90

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about a recent online video of an unruly passenger being dragged off a United Airlines flight. Then Adam tells a story of coming off a flight and immediately running into a guy who wanted him to sign memorabilia that he could later sell online. This leads Adam to tell another story about Alaskan Airlines forcing him to gate check his bag after he had already boarded the flight. For the remainder of the show, Adam and Mark talk about minimum wage after a pizza shop in Seattle had to close down due to the city’s new minimum wage hike.

60 Minutes

April 7, 2017

89

Mark phones in from New York for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt and opens the show discussing a case he’s working on. Then Adam asks Mark about the latest developments in the Russia scandal with an emphasis on how the media is handling it. After that, Adams asks for Mark’s opinion on a recent 60 Minutes interview involving a female police officer fatally shooting an unarmed black male. Before they wrap, Adam circles back to asking Mark about Susan Rice’s role in the Russian investigation.

The Footlong Sub of Life

March 31, 2017

87

Mark is back in-studio for today’s episode of Reasonable Doubt as the guys kick off the show talking about Adams new Spike show “Adam Carolla and Friends Build Stuff Live”. Then Mark asks for Adam’s opinions on the most recent developments into the House Intelligence Committee’s investigation into Trump campaign ties with Russia. Then Bald Bryan phones in to talk to Mark about a class action lawsuit he is currently involved in, which leads to a longer conversation on how powerful a motivator greed can be. After that, Adams asks for Mark’s legal opinion on sanctuary cities. Before they wrap, Mark talks to Adam about immigration in both the United States and Canada.

Welcome To Miami

March 23, 2017

87

Mark phones in from Miami for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam and Mark open the show talking about how neither of them would make good cops due to their inability to impose costly and sometimes ridiculous fines on lower income citizens. Then Adam asks for Marks opinion on Trump continuing to claim Obama had ordered surveillance on him during the presidential race while neither side will admit they were wrong about it. After that, Adam talks about the importance of getting really good at your craft in order to secure your job throughout life. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about experienced lawyers who are no longer allowed to practice law today due to nonsensical reasons.

Writing With An R

March 17, 2017

86

Mark Geragos calls in from NY for today’s episode of Reasonable Doubt while battling that Blizzard on the east coast. Adam opens the show asking Mark about the newest developments on Donald Trump’s travel ban. Then Adam asks Mark about unions, specifically the ones in Hollywood, and if some of their practices are technically illegal. After that, Mark talks about the current legal troubles with former LA County Sheriff Lee Baca. Before they wrap, the guys discuss proper punishments for insider trading and tax evasions.

Live From New York

March 10, 2017

85

Mark phones in from New York for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam and Mark open the show discussing court mediators and what makes a good one. Then the guys talk about transgender individuals using the bathroom of their choosing following a recent court case that the Supreme Court bumped down to the lower courts. After that, Adam asks Mark about the reason behind a 50% hit and run percentage in Los Angeles. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about Trump’s recent claims that former President Barack Obama wire tapped Trump Tower during the election.

If Someone Works Hard

March 3, 2017

84

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and a recent e-mail he sent out regarding his impending re-election campaign. This leads Mark to talk about how the increase in LA’s minimum wage is negatively impacting his business, and how it will most likely lead to more businesses leaving the state. After that, Mark brings up Jeff Sessions recusing himself from Russian investigations after it was revealed he was in contact with them during the Presidential campaign. Before they wrap, the guys talk about a recent court ruling in which an Oregon bakery was forced to pay 135K to a same sex couple whom they had refused to bake a cake for.

Tijuana Took A Quaalude

February 24, 2017

83

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt reviewing a newly released cell phone video of an off duty LAPD officer tussling with a young boy and eventually firing his gun into the ground. This leads Mark to talk about other cases that circle around who is at fault when major fights break out. Then the guys discuss appropriate punishment for a variety of different crimes. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark return to talking about the off duty LAPD officer firing his gun during a scuffle.

Rhode Island

February 17, 2017

82

Mark phones in from Rhode Island for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Mark opens the show discussing how the podcast is being mentioned in his current case involving pop singer Ke$ha suing her former producer Dr. Luke. Then the guys talk about the newly decriminalization of street vendors allowing them to operate legally in Los Angeles. After that, Adam asks Mark about Donald Trump’s travel ban. Before they wrap, Bald Bryan from the Adam Carolla Show stops in to ask Mark a legal question.

CalExit

February 10, 2017

81

Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt recapping their Super Bowl parties. Then Mark talks about a case he’s working on and some troubles he’s having with the State Bar. After that the guys discuss the recent Supreme Court nomination of Neil Gorsuch. Then Adam and Mark welcome their guest phoner and CalExit proponent Marcus Ruiz Evans. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark continue their discussion on the new Supreme Court nominee, as well as the state of the American judicial system.