Adam and Mark open the show discussing the overreaction by media outlets and government officials surrounding coronavirus. They also discuss Mika Brzezinski’s interview with Joe Biden and the hard nosed approach she took on the Tara Reade accusations, an update on General Flynn and they tease a guest appearance on next week’s show.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt examining CNN’s reporting on the Coronavirus. Then the guys discuss the letter of the law vs intent of law and Mark gives an update on his client Colin Kaepernick. Later Adam brings up the idea of scrubbing some of the United States debt to China as a result of their part in furthering the Coronavirus pandemic.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about how Republican and Democratic talking points have completely flip-flopped with Joe Biden’s sexual assault allegations coming out. Then the guys talk about how Ellen DeGeneres might not be as friendly as she appears to be on her show. After that Adam talks to Mark about what people can sue others for. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark what he thinks about the people defying the stay at home orders and going out to protest.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about historic live performances from the band The Plasmatics. Then Mark gives an update on Harvey Weinstein who we learn he recently spoke with directly. After that the guys discuss the online criticism and harassment of Dr. Drew Pinsky over his early COVID-19 predictions. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark stumble onto the topic of homelessness and come up with a very poignant question that leads to a theory on the coronavirus situation.
Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the highly confusing ways the courts are reacting to the COVID-19 crisis. Then Mark talks about his partner “boring cop” Ben Meiselas and their client Eric Reid feuding with the NFL Players Association over some sketchy changes to the new collective bargaining agreement. After that, filmmaker Judd Apatow joins the program and asks Mark some questions about working in law. Before they wrap the gang talks about insider trading, doing stand up, and Judd’s new movie about first responders with Pete Davidson that he just finished making.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the Coronavirus lockdown and the lack on impact it seems to be having on the homeless population of Downtown Los Angeles. Then Adam asks Mark for some updates on Lori Loughlin before turning the discussion to the $2 Trillion federal stimulus package that was signed into law while the show was recording. Before they wrap Mark talks about how insurance companies are acting during the pandemic as he and Adam try to separate the industry’s wishes from what is right.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about people’s inability to follow directions. Then Mark gives an update on his polygamy case and how was it likely negatively impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. After that, Mark asks for Adam’s opinion on a story coming out about various US senators selling millions of dollars worth of stock directly following an emergency coronavirus meeting that occurred in mid February. Before they wrap, Adam plays Mark some funny clips from ACS showcasing the “winners” of the COVID-19 epidemic.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking for Mark’s thoughts on Harvey Weinstein’s 23 year prison sentence. Then Adam brings up a story about Gloria Allred representing an asian student from Adam’s alma mater Walter Reed Middle School who claims he was racially profiled for having coronavirus. Later Adam talks about the case of Daniel Shaffir, who was tragically and needlessly killed by the Mesa Police Department, into his new book ‘I’m Your Emotional Support Animal’, and a Mark gives a recent update to the case. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about how the homeless community in California may (or may not) be affected by the Coronavirus.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the importance and declining emphasis put on people’s ability to do math. Then the guys talk about how the large homeless population in Grand Central Station is negatively impacting businesses including one owned by Lady Gaga’s father. Before they wrap Adam and Mark talk about the Coronavirus affecting South by Southwest, a Harvey Weinstein update, and Jackie Lacey’s husband getting into trouble for pointing a gun at protesters on his porch.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing the stark differences between their childhood experiences when compared to that of their childrens. Mark then gives an update on one of his cases in Utah involving a polygamist family. After that Mark talks about a new case in which his client received a non compatible organ transplant. Before they wrap the guys discuss the murder of up and coming rapper Pop Smoke. At the end of the show Mark gives a fresh update on the conviction of Harvey Weinstein and its implications.