Mark and Adam link up once again with a surprise announcement at the top of the show before moving on to discuss SCOTUS’ questions surrounding student debt forgiveness and what they lead Mark to believe will come. Mark also gives an update on Tinhorn flats as he fights both the city of Burbank and Los Angeles County and as the show wraps up we watch some footage of the prosecution’s closing arguments in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial.
Mark joins Adam remotely from New York and they kick off the show reviewing some recent media appearances made by Emily Kohrs, foreperson of the grand jury investigating Donald Trump and his campaign in Georgia. They also cover a new story out of Arizona and give another update on the latest in the Alex Murdaugh murder trial.
Mark and Adam reconnect in studio for the Best Hour or so in the Universe and they start the show by catching up on the respective Super Bowl experiences. Later, the guys do a deep dive on some of the testimony that came out in week 3 of the Alex Murdaugh trial in South Carolina. As the show wraps up they discuss some new evidence coming out of General Motors of all places, and Mark explains how it could be detrimental to the prosecution’s case.
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Adam and Mark link up in studio for the Best Hour (or so) in the Universe and they open the show discussing a recent visit Adam got at a live show from a member of the family who owned Tinhorn Flats. They go on to recount Adam’s battle with the city of La Cañada over a drain that he built to alleviate flooding for himself and those around him and they examine a video of Alex Murdaugh’s best friend testifying against him in court. As the show wraps up Adam goes deep on tie rods.
Adam and Mark open the show harkening back to some clips of old that longtime listeners may have heard before to set up a conversation about this week’s news that Hunter Biden’s laptop is, in fact, a real thing that he wants protected. Adam also highlights an aspect of the story that always confuses him as a result of similar names, and more.
Adam and Mark connect remotely to discuss a variety of cases that have been in the news lately including the recent preliminary injunction being granted to block California’s AB 2098, the latest out of the Alex Murdaugh murder trial in South Carolina, news of impending body cam footage in the Paul Pelosi case and more.
Adam and Mark link up remotely as Mark joins from his NYC office and they first dive into the ‘Massachusetts Mom Murder’ that has been in the news as of late. They also discuss new developments in the Idaho murders as Mark points out some unusual steps taken in the case. Later they discuss the latest on classified documents being found three separate times in the possession of President Biden and as the show wraps up talk about a legal case facing Elon Musk in Northern California.
Adam and Mark link up for their first proper Reasonable Doubt of the new year with Mark in New York. They discuss Harmeet Dillon’s run to chair the RNC and the smear campaigns being waged by her opponents. They also discuss the varying quality of Los Angeles roads, the hypocrisy surrounding classified documents by both parties and Adam’s skepticism that the DOJ will come anywhere near the Daniel Shaver case.
Mark and Adam link up remotely for the final official Reasonable Doubt of the year and they kick off the show discussing the arrest of Sam Bankman-Fried and what it likely indicates about the case. They also discuss the unusual length of the deliberations by Harvey Weinstein’s LA jury and the possible implications for him. As the show wraps up Mark tells Adam about an Olive Garden employee that Adam is delighted with and Adam laments his boy Sonny failing his written driving test.
Adam and Mark connect this week and come out of the gate firing about all the developments in the so called ‘Twitter Files’ being reported by Matt Taibbi, Bari Weiss and beyond. Adam also gets an update on Tinhorn Flats as Mark prepares for depositions and gives an update on the resolution of the Daniel Shaver settlement. They also discuss Hertz settling with clients they wrongfully accused of stealing cars and review a few cases soon to be heard by SCOTUS.