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.


August 10, 2018


Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about a recent news story in which a congressman was charged with insider trading. Then the guys get into the on going Paul Manafort trial. After that, Adam asks Mark about Senator Diane Feinstein having a known Chinese spy working for her and driving her around for 20 years. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark what Rudy Giuliani should say to Donald Trump when he sits down with Robert Mueller.

Pay Your Fair Share

August 3, 2018


Mark and Adam open the show by diving in to the newly started Paul Manafort trial, examining reactions from both sides of the aisle and trying to compare the case to other high profile cases with similar circumstances using Wesley Snipes as an example. The guys also discuss the insane complexity of the tax regulations and how hard a business owner has to work to simply follow the guidelines and stay within the law.

F. Me Money Esq.

July 27, 2018


Mark opens up this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt in-studio giving some updates on the new NFL Anthem policy. Then Adam asks Mark about the recorded Trump/Cohen conversations and the legality behind them. After that, Mark talks about some more lawsuits coming Trumps way, before they wrap, Adam asks Mark about lifting security clearances.

I Bundle…And Save

July 20, 2018


Mark Geragos returns to the studio for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking to Adam about SCOTUS’s recent decision not to review a case wherein the jury was clearly homophobic and the gay defendant was sentenced to death. Then the guys talk about the recent news surrounding the Las Vegas massacre and MGM’s attempts to shield themselves from liability. For the remainder of the show, Adam and Mark discuss the recent comings and goings in the world of politics.

Kavanaugh Joins SCOTUS

July 13, 2018


Mark calls in from Manhattan for this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam and Mark usr the first half of the show talking about Trump’s new Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. This leads to a longer conversation about various states abortion restrictions and the potential change that may bring. Before they wrap, Adam talks a bit about affirmative action and Mark teases some Chris Brown updates coming next week.

Bumper Thumper

July 6, 2018


Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about Chris Brown’s recent arrest, as well as his new military-like bullet proof vehicle. Then the guys talk about how behavior and decorum has slowly deteriorated over recent years. After that, Mark asks for Adam’s opinion on a recent speech Trump made about Elizabeth Warren and the Me Too movement.

Double Jeopardy

June 29, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about a new Supreme Court ruling dealing with the Double jeopardy clause. Then the guys talk about the new opening of a Supreme Court justice, which leads to the idea of future SCOTUS rolling back famed abortion case Roe vs Wade. After that, Adam talks about the importance of staying hungry and not settling for a minimum wage job. Before they wrap, Adam talks to mark about Trae Gowdy and Maxine Waters.

Kids, Mexican Border, Whats Really Going On

June 22, 2018


Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the immigrant children being separated from their parents at U.S. detention facilities. Then Mark talks about one of his cases involving a fatal shooting during a home invasion and a women from the incident who falsely identified his client as the perpetrator. Before they wrap, Mark gives a quick update on Colin Kaepernick, and the guys talk a little bit about the Russia Investigation.