081: Trump Travel Ban In Effect, Texas Voter ID Laws Fixed, Opioid Lawsuits in Full Swing

In episode 81, we welcome back Christopher Demerson (c.demerson09@gmail.com) to discuss this week’s injustice. We look at the Trump Travel Ban that judges are now allowing to move forward and banning travel to Muslim-specific countries. We also dive deep into the Texas Voter ID Laws and truly how “fixed” they are. Plus, Opioid lawsuits are in full swing as the country faces one of the worst drug crisis it’s ever seen. This and more on #InJustice.

079: Trumps Transgender Ban Blocked, 500K Settlement for Utah Nurse, Manafort & Gates Indicted

In episode 79, we dive back into this week’s injustice! We discuss the Trump transgender ban that has been recently blocked by the federal courts. We also follow up on the Utah nurse that was assaulted by a police officer and has received $500K. Plus, Manafort and Gates have been indicted from Trump’s team with additional indictments expected soon. This and more on #InJustice.

078: Russia Scandal Unfolds, Prosecutor grateful for ex-cop's conviction, Pence Breaks Banking Rule Tie

In episode 78, we welcome guest host Deshonda Charles Tackkett Esq. of the Tackett Law Firm (www.thetackettfirm.com) to dive into this week’s legal injustices. We discuss a prosecutor who’d grateful that an ex-cop was finally prosecuted for their crimes. We also look at Vice President Mike Pence and his role in tipping the scales rergarding the banking regulation rolebacks against consumer protection. Plus, the Russia scandal is under full swing now with Manafort and others being indicted.  This and more on #InJustice.

074: Mugshot Rights Lawsuit, Atlanta Votes to Decriminalize Weed, Lawyers Concede Guilt Against Client

In episode 74, we dive back into the injustices of today. We take a look at the mugshot website lawsuit concerning photos of previous felons being posted without their consent. We also take a look at Atlanta’s proposal to decriminalize marijuana and follow other progressive cities in the United States. Plus, the Supreme Court will consider the constitutional issue of an attorney conceding guilt against their client. This and more on #InJustice.

073: Maine Abortion Law Injunction, NCAA Coaches Accepting Bribes, Freedom of Speech on Campuses

In episode 73, we welcome guest host Garry Lee (@ghawkinz) to dive deep into the injustices of today. We discuss a Maine abortion law injunction that continues to inflame the fight for female reproductive rights. We also look at NCAA coaches allegedly taking bribes in conjunction with Adidas. Plus, Jeff Sessions is pushing forward the freedom of speech on college campuses across the country. This and more on #InJustice.

072: Firefighter Racist Post, St. Louis Ex Cop Acquitted, Sandusky's Son Child Sex Crimes

In episode 72, we discuss the latest issues to surrounding our legal system and the injustices that follow. We take a look at a firefighter who decides to post something racist in social media, which has led to his suspension. Also, the St. Louis ex police officer involved in the shooting of an unarmed black driver has been acquitted. Plus, Sandusky’s son has been indicted on 14 counts of children sex crimes. This and more on #InJustice.

068: Charlottesville Domestic Terrorist, NAACP Travel Advisory, Confederacy Advocates Secession

In episode 68, we welcome back Damon Parrish (@LawyerParrish) to discuss this week’s injustice. We take a look at the horrific terror attack that happened in Charlottesville this past weekend. We also discuss the NAACP travel advisory regarding states here in the US. Plus, Confederacy advocates are discussing a possible secession as race tensions heat up again. This and more on #InJustice. 

067: Military Transgender Law Suits, Sanctuary City Litigation, Cali Police Collecting Racial Data

In episode 67, we dive deep into the legal news and scandals surrounding the country today. We look at the military transgender lawsuits aimed at the President over his verbal ban. We also discuss the sanctuary city litigation that’s taking shape in Chicago. Plus, the California police has started to collect racial data on the citizens of the state.  This and more on #InJustice. 

066: Arizona Sheriff Found Guilty, Trump’s Misleading Statements, Florida Challenges Textbooks

In episode 66, we welcome back guest host Jackie Carpenter (@JackieEsquire) to dive deep into this week’s legal issues. We discuss the Arizona sheriff that was found guilty for criminal contempt. We also dive into the multiple misleading comments by the 45th president. Plus, Florida has decided to let its residents challenge content in textbooks.  This and more on #InJustice. 

065: Transgender Military Ban, Tennessee Inmate Vasectomies, Minnesota Police Shooting Fallout

In episode 65, we welcome guest host Dan Scarbrough (@BlaqeBlackerson) to dive into the legal news of the week. We discuss the latest Trump era executive orders banning transgender people from the military. We also look at Tennessee offering vasectomies to inmates for reduced sentence time. Plus, the Minnesota police shooting of an Australian woman is starting to bear the repercussions.  This and more on #InJustice. 

063: Black Lives Matter Sued By Cop, Millionaires on Welfare, Trump Violates First Amendment

In episode 63, we dive deep into the political and legal news of the week. We discuss a Louisiana police officer that was injured in a Baton Rouge shooting who has decided to sue Black Lives Matter. We also take a look at a sting operation against millionaires collecting welfare. Plus, President Trump is being sued for potential first amendment rights violations on Twitter. This and more on #InJustice.