Wednesday, June 12th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 06-12-13 Paul Samakow
Paul and Andy talked about juror selection in the George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin trial in Florida. Listen for Paul’s insights on what is going on and why.
Next, Andy wanted Paul’s take on the government’s admission that it has access to all of Verizon’s telephone records, and on President Obama’s endorsement of this situation. Paul, a liberal Democrat, and Andy, a strong Republican, had some surprisingly similar views.
Paul’s tip of the day involved credit status. Listen to hear what happened to Paul and what he did, and what he recommends.
Labels: death penalty, free speech, freedom vs. security, Identity Theft, in the courtroom, privacy, radio show
Wednesday, June 5th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 06-05-13 Paul Samakow
Andy and Paul first talked today about the Supreme Court’s decision involving police taking a swab from your cheek to test your DNA. It is legal according to the Supremes. Listen to the segment to hear the full explanation, and the really surprising part of it all.
The next conversation involved the Fort Hood, Texas murder trial of former Maj. Nidal Hassan. He will be representing himself. The reason he must have for doing so is pretty obvious. Listen and hear what that reason is…
The final topic discussed involved a woman beaten by prostitutes in a 5-star Miami hotel. Hear what happened and what she’s doing about it.
Paul’s tip of the day answered the question “Can I wash my child’s mouth out with soap?”
Labels: freedom vs. security, in the courtroom, personal injury, privacy, radio show
Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 05-15-13 Paul Samakow
Paul and Andy first talked about James Holmes, the Colorado movie theater murderer. Holmes wants to change his plea to not guilty because of insanity. Hear Paul’s analysis.
Next, what is called the Morning After pill is again stirring up controversy. Hear what is going on in a courtroom to prevent young women 15 and under from getting it.
The third topic involved Caroline Kennedy, the daughter of President Kennedy, who is involved in a criminal matter. Hear the details.
Andy next asked Paul about the Travyon Martin murder trial in Florida. It seems prosecutors are requesting that the court stifle certain evidence. Hear what, and hear what Paul’s thoughts are on the potential success of those efforts.
Paul’s tip of the day involves Social Security Disability claims. If you have one, you must listen.
Labels: abortion, death penalty, in the courtroom, radio show
Wednesday, May 1st, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 05-01-13 Paul Samakow
Andy and Paul first discussed today California’s very very overcrowded prisons. Paul supplied some background and talked about the latest Federal Court orders, but the thing that triggered the conversation was the issue about illness and death at two of the prisons. Listen to find out what is going on.
Next, the Supreme Court has now ruled that a search warrant is required in most instances before your blood is drawn following a DWI arrest. Listen to find out all of the particulars.
Paul’s tip of the day was about medical malpractice. You must listen to this part of the segment. It could be life or death.
Labels: freedom vs. security, in the courtroom, personal injury, radio show, safety
Thursday, April 25th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 04-25-13 Paul Samakow
The first topic today involved what Paul called a Plaintiff friendly ruling from a federal appeals court. Now, Medicare cannot always stick out it’s hand and get money back that it paid for medical bills following a car accident. Listen to the segment to hear the details, particularly if you are a Medicare recipient.
Andy asked about Maryland’s new consumer friendly law. Remember Debtor’s Prison? Paul explains that owing money won’t land you in jail, but you need to listen to learn what will if you are sued for a debt.
Paul’s tip of the day involved using your cell phone while driving. You must listen to the research Paul uncovered and clearly, you must put away your cell phone if you are behind the wheel.
Labels: in the courtroom, personal injury, radio show, safety
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 04-17-13 Paul Samakow
Paul and Andy talked about where and how to get a 1-day divorce. Listen and learn.
Next, Paul told us about a 6 year old who drove the family car to get more Chinese food. Listen to what was really remarkable about this incident.
Next, Andy helped Paul pronounce the name of the football helmet manufacturer that a Colorado jury found somewhat responsible for a high school football player’s concussion injury. Find out who else is responsible and what the “good news” for the manufacturer was.
Finally, a Prince George’s County jury awarded $90 Million to the family for the loss of their daughter, who was crossing the street to catch a school bus. Listen to why the county was deemed responsible, and more, why the county is not going to have to pay most of the verdict.
Paul’s tip of the day involved explaining who might potentially get benefits under the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). Listen to find out!
Labels: in the courtroom, personal injury, radio show
Wednesday, April 10th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 04-10-13 Paul Samakow
Trayvon Martin’s family accepted a civil wrongful death settlement. This was the lead story today for Paul and Andy. Listen to learn the details and Paul’s thoughts on why this happened.
The next discussion focused on Alabama’s new harsh abortion law. Find out why doctors in Alabama are having a hard time.
Finally, Paul and Andy talked about Tuesday’s hearing in a Federal Court concerning the NFL concussion lawsuits. These cases may not get to court! Listen and learn why.
Paul’s tips of the day were for small businesses. Paul called them “spring cleaning”. Listen to improve your small business situation.
Labels: abortion, in the courtroom, radio show
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 04-03-13 Paul Samakow
Paul and Andy first talked today about the Colorado killer, James Holmes. The prosecution is now officially seeking the death penalty. Listen to learn what deal the defense has proposed and what happened.
Next, a favorite topic between Paul and Andy, guns. A small town in Georgia came out with a most interesting law. Listen to learn why and what.
Finally, law school graduates, you would think, would be very well situated in this economy. Guess again, and guess what happened to many one of 20 lawsuits these grads filed against their law schools.
Finally, Paul’s tip of the day was advice to consider: get off of Facebook. Listen to hear why.
Labels: death penalty, gun control, in the courtroom, privacy, radio show, social networking
Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
Click HERE To Listen: 03-27-13 Paul Samakow
Paul and Andy talked about Amanda Knox. Italy wants her back to try her again for murder. Andy asked Paul if he thought that would happen. Listen for his one word answer and explanation.
Next, if you are a woman and want an abortion, North Dakota is not the place to go right now. Listen to what is going on and why a new law there is destined for court review.
Finally, Andy asked about drug sniffing dogs. The Supreme Court’s latest ruling found a very conservative justice siding with the liberals. Paul expressed delight and astonishment. Listen to hear what the law is now.
Paul’s tip of the day was good news for dads seeking custody of their kids in a divorce. Hear about Deion Sanders and his experience.
Labels: abortion, drugs, freedom vs. security, in the courtroom, privacy, radio show
Wednesday, March 20th, 2013
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Click HERE To Listen: 03-20-13 Paul Samakow
The Steubenville, Ohio rape case was national news this week, and Paul and Andy were all over it. Two high school boys were convicted of raping an unconscious high school girl at a party. The fallout now involves investigating numerous adults who were advised about the incident after and did nothing, most notably the school’s football coach. Others at the party are being investigated as possible accessories, and three students were given immunity for their testimony which led to the convictions. Hear the full discussion.
The next story rings in from several years ago, involving the final chapter recently for a woman who was successfully sued by the record industry for illegally downloading songs. She owes $222,000 to them. Listen to hear about the other individual who was sued and learn what he owes. Sit down before you listen, because otherwise you will certainly lose it and we don’t want you to hurt yourself.
Paul’s tip of the day involved a discussion of the full costs of being charged with, and then convicted of drunk driving. Listen to learn!
Labels: in the courtroom, radio show