Mark joins Adam in studio this week to discuss racing liveries, new footage out from Project Veritas regarding Twitter employees thoughts about their employer & co-workers. They also discuss a strange situation in a California central district case where the judge recused themselves for a very unusual reason. As the show wraps up Mark gives Adam his thoughts on the future of the Sussmann case and they touch on ‘rich guy shirts’.
Mark and Adam connect remotely and they each come loaded with discussion topics starting with an Anderson Cooper 360 clip that he brought with him. They then discuss a recent video released by Project Veritas that has an FBI insider admitting that Project Veritas is being politically targeted. And as the show wraps up we bring it back to laughter with a short clip from the Johnny Depp Amber Heard trial.
Adam and Mark get together midweek in studio to discuss the craziness at Dave Chappelle’s Hollywood Bowl show as well as the leaks coming from SCOTUS. Adam also asks Mark for an update on the Tinhorn Flats case that we’ve been following here on Reasonable Doubt for over two years.
Adam and Mark connect in studio and briefly touch on Adam’s race weekend before moving into a discussion about footage released surrounding the Alec Baldwin ‘Rust’ tragedy. They also discuss the political hot potato that George Gascón has become in the hotly contested LA Mayor’s race and tease an update on both the Tinhorn Flats case as well as the Alex Murdaugh investigation.
Adam and Mark link up for an early ‘Best Hour in the Universe’ as Adam prepares to go race as a pro at historic Laguna Seca. Mark also tells Adam about a new story to Reasonable Doubt involving celebrity defense attorney Jose Baez prevailing and securing 14 acquittals to murder charges his client was facing. They also look at a crazy article from the LA Times on homelessness, give a quick update on the Johnny Depp case and review and OSHA report out of New Mexico regarding the tragedy involving Alec Baldwin’s film ‘Rust’.
Mark and Adam link up in studio to discuss Mark’s recent trip to San Jose to see his client Cain Velasquez and an update on his case. Then they turn to an update to a story from a few years back about a protestor in Buffalo who had a run in with police. Finally they turn to the defamation case being brought by Johnny Depp against his ex-wife Amber Heard as Mark marvels at the spectacle it has become after only two days.
Adam and Mark connect in studio and are joined by Los Angeles Country Sheriff Alex Villanueva as he describes the war he is fighting with his hometown paper of record to report positively on the Sheriff’s Department. They also cover the appeal in the case of Oberlin College and they cover a new legal story out of Northern California.
Adam and Mark link up to discuss the week’s news including the potential legal implications for Will Smith considering Chris Rock’s reported desire to not press charges. They also explore a new story out of Tennessee where a nurse was recently convicted of a crime with dubious circumstances abound. As the show wraps up they discuss the difficulties of using a teleprompter as they explain that some are inherently better at it than others.
Adam and Mark welcome returning guest and friend of the show Harmeet Dhillon to the show to discuss the recent developments in the cases of her prominent clients including former President Trump and Project Veritas founder James O’Keefe. They also review some of the answers given in the Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings of Ketanji Brown Jackson as they analyze the political theatre on both sides of the aisle.
Mark and Adam connect in-studio for a wide ranging conversation about the week that was. After touching on The New York Times’ recent reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop they quickly move on to Mark showing Adam a picture that has been getting a lot of social media attention lately. As the show winds down Adam shows Mark a video he’s been enjoying from earlier this week involving The View hosts’ thoughts on the law.