We’re Realllly Hung

October 19, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the state of Hollywood in which people can succeed based on trading sexual favors. Then Adam asks Mark about former football player Rae Carruth getting released from prison on Monday after serving 18 years for conspiracy to commit murder, shooting into an occupied vehicle, and using an instrument to destroy an unborn child. After that, Mark talks about a former client he represented that was connected to the infamous North Hollywood shootout. Before they wrap, the fellas circle back around to Rae Carruth’s case and get Mark’s thoughts on his attempts to gain custody of his son.

Michael Avenatti

October 12, 2018


Mark and Adam open the show talking to Mark’s employee Ben Meiselas to shed some light on Fyre Festival organizer Billy McFarland getting six years in federal prison for fraud. Then Mark talks about one of Harvey Weinstein’s sexual assault charges getting dropped and what it means for the larger case. After that the guys discuss what could be coming from the Supreme Court in the near future before welcoming attorney Michael Avenatti in to talk to the guys about Robert Mueller’s investigation, representing Stormy Daniels, and possibly debating Tucker Carlson.

Kavanaugh’s Home Stretch

October 5, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the meaning of sexual assault vs rape. This leads into a conversation about the latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s sexual assault allegations. Adam and Mark go back-and-forth on whether or not the two believe him, if they believing he’s lying, and if/when he should lie about some of the details from that night. Before they wrap, the guys analyze Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony.

The Kavanaugh Hearings

September 28, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Bill Cosby getting 3 to 10 years in prison for sexual assault. Then the guys talk about the latest developments coming out about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his sexual assault allegations. As we fast forward a few days we are then joined by Mark & his attorney daughter Teny Geragos for an update on where we stand with the Kavanaugh hearings as of the moment this special episode is released on Friday afternoon.

Tax Evasion, Kavanaugh & More

September 21, 2018


Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Yin-Yang contracts which are used for tax evasion schemes in China. Then the guys get into the latest on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his alleged sexual assault that occurred in his high school years. After that, Adam asks Mark about Paul Manafort agreeing to cooperate with special counsel Robert Mueller. As the show winds down, Adam and Mark talk about paying taxes.

Whiskey And Weed Is A Lethal Combination

September 14, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode talking about Donald Trump and a recent New York Times op-ed written anonymously by a member of the Trump Administration. They also discuss Elon Musk’s controversial appearance on Joe Rogan’s podcast including his use of marijuana on camera. Later, Adam asks Mark about the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice nominee Bret Kavanaugh and the possibility of Roe v. Wade being overturned and how such a ruling would manifest itself in each individual state.

Stand For Something

September 7, 2018


Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about the latest on Colin Kaepernick’s lawsuit against the NFL and his groundbreaking new contract as the face of Nike’s 30th anniversary ‘Just Do It’ campaign. Later the guys discuss Roy Moore suing Sasha Baron Cohen for 95 million dollars relating to Moore’s appearance on Showtime’s ‘Who Is America’. This leads to longer conversation about releases, contracts, and just how enforceable they are.

Kaepernick FTW

August 31, 2018


This week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt opens with the guys recapping Adam’s recent race weekend and a mutual lamenting of the insane amount of paperwork involved in cosigning a home loan. Later Adam tells Mark about a recent boat trip he took with a Staples Center executive and the discussion turns to the dreadful state of the city of Los Angeles and the disgusting way that the government has evolved into treating taxpayers as sources of income.

ESPNo Anthems

August 17, 2018


Mark and Adam are back for another Reasonable Doubt. The guys first talk about the jury deliberations in the upcoming Paul Manafort trial and then segue into the controversial security clearances. The guys then get into John Elway’s comments on the National Anthem controversy. Adam and Mark then talk about whether or not all teams are going to follow the Cowboys in firing players who don’t stand and ESPN’s solution to the whole thing. The guys then get back into the collusion issue and the Steele dossier. They then talk about the bummer that is Dolores Taylor and how her sentiment echoes that of the Democrats. The guys then talk about the Mueller investigation and how it could result in an impeachment for Trump.