Should U.S. Forest Service roads be returned to the wild? We'll speak with WildEarth Guardian attorney Marla Nelson for some insight.
Know Your Rights: Juvenile Court (attorney Adrian Madrone)
Justice On Trial Podcast 21 (Art & Law)
Can you be an artist and an attorney at the same time? We'll speak with lawyer and artist Jolyn Gardner to get some insight.
Know Your Rights: Closing Arguments (Adrian Madrone)
How do juries make decisions? Does race ever play a role? Law professor and jury researcher Phoebe Ellsworth will give us some insight.
Know Your Rights: Direct and Cross-examination (Adrian Madrone of Lustick, Kaiman & Madrone)
What do General Counsel (who work in-house for corporations) actually do? We'll talk with attorney Timothy Williams to find out.
Know Your Rights: Miranda Rights
Interview with Hon. Raquel Montoya-Lewis, Whatcom County Superior Court Judge in Washington State about tribal courts and state courts.
Know Your Rights: Serving as a Witness in a Trial
What is Drug Court and how successful is it?
Interview with Hon. Charles Snyder on Drug Court.
Know Your Rights: Standard and Burden of Proof in Civil Cases.
Interview with asst. AG Patricio Marquez on immigration services fraud and consumer protection.
Know Your Rights: Standard and Burden of Proof in Criminal Cases.
For the one-year anniversary episode, host and attorney Julie A. Helling shares her reflections on being a former prosecutor.
Know Your Rights: Opening Statements in Trials
Interview with environmental law professor Robert Percival on the recent Climate Change Agreement in Paris (COP 21).
Know Your Rights: Serving as a Juror.