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Justice On Trial Podcast

Justice On Trial Podcast--The Legal Show for Non-Lawyers! Join attorney Julie A. Helling and guests for a lively and entertaining look at the state of justice in the U.S. today. Explore an important law-related issue through interviews with experts and enjoy a regular “Know Your Rights” segment that keeps the power in your hands. Every episode we’ll put the justice system on trial and leave it to you to reach the final verdict. *Please note that we are not a law firm and no attorney/client relationship is created by this podcast. The Justice On Trial Podcast is a production of Helling Ink Media, LLC.
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Welcome to the Justice On Trial Podcast

     The Legal Podcast for Non-Lawyers

Join attorney Julie A. Helling and guests for a lively and entertaining look at the state of justice in the U.S. today.  Explore an important legal issue through interviews with experts and enjoy a regular "Know Your Rights" segment that keeps the power in your hands.  Every episode we'll put the justice system on trial and leave it to you to reach the final verdict.

Justice On Trial Podcast launched its first three episodes on Dr. Martin Luther King Day, January 19, 2015.

We are available on iTunes, Stitcher Radio, and www.JOTpodcast.com for streaming and download.  Please subscribe to the Justice On Trial Podcast and leave a review!

*Please note that this podcast is for entertainment purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.  As the law changes from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, you should always seek legal advice from your own attorney for your specific situation.  We are not a law firm and no attorney/client relationship is created by this podcast. 

The Justice On Trial Podcast is a production of Helling Ink Media, LLC.

 
Aug 22, 2016

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)

Aug 1, 2016

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

 

 

May 3, 2016

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

 

 

Mar 28, 2016

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.

Mar 21, 2016

Interview with asst. AG Patricio Marquez on immigration services fraud and consumer protection.

Know Your Rights:  Standard and Burden of Proof in Criminal Cases.

Jan 24, 2016

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

 

Jan 4, 2016
Justice On Trial Podcast 14 (Climate Change)

Interview with environmental law professor Robert Percival on the recent Climate Change Agreement in Paris (COP 21).

Know Your Rights:  Serving as a Juror.

Nov 27, 2015

Interview with attorney Rajeev Majumdar on racially restrictive covenants (promises that affect housing patterns).

Know Your Rights:  Representing Yourself  in Court.

Oct 26, 2015

Interview with tax attorney Ceci Lopez on personal taxes part two, including the safe harbor for the home office deduction.

Know Your Rights: Finding a Good Lawyer

Oct 22, 2015

Interview with attorney Rajeev Majumdar on his experience working with the National Nuclear Security Administration during the events of 9/11.

Know Your Rights:  How Can You Defend Those People?!  Reflections on the role of the criminal defense attorney by attorney Adrian Madrone.

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