Adam and Mark welcome attorney and retired academic Alan Dershowitz to this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt. Adam and Mark open this show talking to Alan about his time testifying in defense of President Trump during the impeachment hearings. Then Alan talks about false allegations against him and being sued by attorney David Boies. Later the gang discusses Alan’s time representing Jeffrey Epstein and what he knows about Ghislaine Maxwell. Before his departure, Alan makes the case for being a Liberal without being on the Left. Before they wrap up the show, Adam and Mark talk about what an exceptional intellectual Alan is and why he’s a good model for what a lawyer should be.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Mary L Trump’s new book ‘Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created The World’s Most Dangerous Man’. This leads Adam to play Mark a clip from CNN in which Erin Burnett interviews Mary Trump’s good friend Alice Hafter-Frankston. For the remainder of the show, Adam and Mark talk in-depth about the latest news surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s girlfriend and fixer Ghislaine Maxwell.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about Donald Trump’s tax returns. Then they talk about the latest confusion surrounding COVID restrictions in Los Angeles, which leads to a conversation about how idiotic our criminal justice system can be sometimes. After that, Adam plays Mark a clip of Nancy Pelosi not having any strong opinions on what should be done with controversial statues. Before they wrap Adam and Mark talk about the latest news surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s fixer Ghislaine Maxwell and her upcoming trial.
Mark opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Jeffrey Epstein’s sex crimes accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell getting arrested. Then Adam plays Mark a news clip from St. Louis circuit attorney Kim Gardner investigating the couple who held guns in their front yard as protestors passed just outside their home. After that Adam complains about a dispute he had with the La Canada building and safety department. Before they wrap Adam asks for Mark’s opinion on the new implementation of a $300 fine in West Hollywood for not wearing a mask.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the latest on General Michael Flynn’s case getting dropped. Then they discuss the officers involved in the shooting death Rayshard Brooks getting officially charged. After that the fellas talk about the confusion surrounding coronavirus and lockdown now that places are opening back up but with restrictions. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark discuss minimum wage in California and how much it’s changed over the years.
Please Support Our Sponsors:
MethodMen.com Use Code DOUBT
Listen to ‘Verdict with Ted Cruz’ Anywhere You Get Podcasts
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about how confusing the rules surrounding Coronavirus have become. Then they get into the case of Rayshard Brooks who was shot and killed by police in a Wendy’s parking lot on June 12th. After that the fellas discuss Mark’s client Colin Kaepernick and which NFL team he would fit into best if he came back to play again. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about the recent Supreme Court ruling that protects LGBTQ individuals from workplace discrimination.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Mark’s client Colin Kaepernick and the possibility of him returning to the NFL. Then the fellas discuss the latest news on General Michael Flynn and his attempts to get his case dropped. This leads Adam to bring up a newly released declassified document pertaining to the Trump-Russia Steele Dossier. Before they wrap, Adam and Mark talk about qualified immunity.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about the video of a 75 year-old Buffalo man getting seriously injured after a cops pushed him at a protest. Then the guys talk about the latest George Floyd news now that all the officers involved have been charged. Later Mark asks for Adam’s opinion on a clip of a doctor on MSNBC talking about social distancing from COVID while also advocating protest. This leads Adam to wrap up the show explaining why people should be more cautious before blindly following government officials.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt recapping his recent trip to Texas to open the Houston Improv. Then Mark talks about why he’s suing Gavin Newsom and the state of California on behalf of salon owners. This leads to a deeper dive into business and public areas opening back up in some states but not others. Before they wrap, Adam shows a picture he took of a new sign that’s been put up on the infamous La Canada horse trail by his and Mark’s houses.