This episode features the intrepid civil rights attorney and former law professor Michael Avery. Professor Avery, author of the Evidence and Police Misconduct Treatises, discusses his prominent civil right’s cases and in particular the civil right’s case that inspired his new book: The Cooperating Witness published in 2022.
Maureen Boyle captures the gruesome murders of 11 women in New Bedford, the story of a serial killer on the lamb still at large in her book “Shallow Graves”
Maureen Boyle also discusses her new book about murder and secrets “Ghost.”
District Attorney Rachel Rollins outlines her office’s policy in connection with the prosecution of misdemeanors and felonies.
This episode features the fabulous Rachel Rollins in her role as Massachusetts Suffolk County District Attorney before accepting her presidential appointment as United States District Attorney of Massachusetts. Rachel Rollins shared with us her agenda for Suffolk County in 2021.
Susan Cohen is a Partner at Peabody and Arnold. Attorney Cohen’s practice focuses on the defense of professionals. This segment is about attorney’s malpractice defense.
Justice Gaziano talks about the Annie Dookhan case, she is a former chemist of a Massachusetts crime lab who admitted to falsifying evidence, affecting up to 34,000 cases.
Professor Frankel offers a comprehensive description of a Ponzi scheme and flags the methods Ponzi schemers use to dazzle wealthy, educated individuals to hand over huge sums of money.
Sheriff Steve Tompkins talks bout his duties as Sheriff. The Sheriff talks various initiatives and programs at the County Jail. The Sheriff discusses the factors that lead people to recidivism and incarceration.
Do you remember the murder cases that once gripped the nation and even the world? Infamous cases like Ed Gein’s and Fatty Arbuckle’s? Discover these and more with Retired Judge R. Marc Kantrowitz in his new book: “Old Whiskey and Young Women.”
Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum Director of Security Anthony Amore, discusses the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum heist in 1990. He discusses what becomes of the art, what become of the thieves who taken, and explains why there is no market for stolen art. Mr. Amore discusses how 40% of the pieces hanging out in all major museums are forgeries.
Middlesex County DA Marian Ryan speaks about the issue of drug overdose in Middlesex County and explains some of the reasons for its alarming increase.
Judge Mark Green talks to us about the process of the Appeals Court, how it is organized and how to go about oral arguments before the Massachusetts Appeals Court.
Judge Sikora discusses how the Massachusetts legal culture compare to other states and talks about the great judges of Massachusetts, in reference to the 10 most important Judges in American History.
Judge Ed Ginsburg talks about the most important and interesting cases he has worked in the Probate and Family Court on and about his work as Justice in the Probate and Family Court.
Judge Ginsburg also discusses his leadership as founder of Senior Partners for Justice.
Attorney Len Kesten discusses the legal system and the intricacies of the MA Department of Corrections, its organization and its various programs. Attorney Len Kesten also touches upon school liability and civil rights issues.