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The Chiefs are now officially a dynasty. But where do they rank among the other dynastic NFL champs? Of course, the Chiefs are still adding to their case. While Kyle Shanahan messed up gloriously by electing to take the ball in OT, he still finished ahead of 30 other NFL head coaches. Finally, the Chiefs celebration turned sour when gun shots rang …
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The only issue left in the Trump Ballot case is whether the decision will be 9-0 or 8-1. But regardless, the Court was in agreement that political mayhem will ensue if each state were allowed to cast off a presidential candidate. I sense an insurance commercial here somewhere. But one thing is certain – politics tends to follow the circling of the …
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If you are sick of Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift, well, sucks to be you. Because KC is going to the Super Bowl again! The Super Bowl is being played in the Raider's stadium in Las Vegas, which means the Chiefs will be playing a playoff game in Raider's stadium before the Raiders. While KC is on a roll, the 49'ers have the superior …
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What kind of a fan are you? Discussing the levels of jerky fans. A class action suit was brought against NFL on to uphold the anti-trust law by giving exclusive rights to a certain streaming platform. Our wacky case of the week; a man is suing 27 women from a dating site because they bashed him online. Trump is getting sued again for defamation- wh…
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Donald Trump wants to give closing remarks in his trial. Is his lawyer that stupid? He is also leading the polls going into Iowa. How will Nikki Haley do after Chris Christie withdrew? NFL Black Monday- Who left, who stayed, and is anyone moving teams? Moving into Playoff week, what are the top matches, and who will be left standing in week 2?…
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The coveted Jeffrey Epstein list was released, and ... was well, rather boring. Joel makes his case for a Trials of the Centuries Hall of Fame. What trials will be nominated, what is the criteria, and is the induction night going to be black tie? Will OJ or Johnny Depp attend? It's an underdog year in the NFL and the playoffs are around the corner.…
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When should Christmas music start playing? The Colorado Supreme Court removes Trump from ballot, will it stick? Chris and Joel have their biggest disagreement yet over the insurrection. And it's all about Football and how it will shake out.על ידי Joel Oster, Comedian of Law
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The Republican Debates are turning into the bully on the playground. Can we just cut off the mics at 60 seconds? The Sackler Family wants to step up in the payoff since Purdue Pharma is in bankruptcy and the government wants to intervene. And what is happening with the College Football Playoff Records when Chris agrees with Ron DeSantis?…
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It's turkey time! If you are looking for a way to prepare your turkey, Joel offers tips on smoking your turkey to perfection. Speaking of getting smoked, the Chiefs are in trouble. But is it fixable? Joel and Chris debate. Finally, the NCAA is in real legal trouble. Due to their blatant violation of the anti-trust laws, now former players are seeki…
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The Supreme Court adopted an ethics code. Don't get too excited. Apparently, it's just a written down variation of the rules it was already following, which includes no enforcement mechanisms. But Joel explains why this is still a big deal. Also concerning to Joel was whether Taylor Swift would be able to make it to the Super Bowl considering she w…
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The writers come off strike and immediately we get Trump testifying on the stand in NYC. Tell me our political world is not really Saturday Night Live comedy hour! As for the merits of the case, Joel and Chris debate whether fraud occurred as no bank would rely on a self-assessed valuations of property when giving a half billion dollar loan. Mike J…
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It's Halloween week. Do you dress your pets up? We have a new speaker of the house, Mike Johnson. Is he an extremist or just a God-fearing, middle-American politician? NFL bullies Houston college team on wearing powder blue uniforms. Does anyone even remember the Houston Oilers? The Trump chronicles just keeps rolling. Is Mark Cohen a viable witnes…
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Jenna Ellis, Trump's former attorney, has taken a plea deal in the Fulton County RICO trial. These plea deals guarantee that the prosecution will have witnesses to call that will truthfully say what Trump was told and what Trump did. But what these plea deals do not do is magically transform the charges into actual crimes. No matter how bad the pol…
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Sidney Powell takes a plea deal in the Georgia RICO case. This represents the ugly in our legal system. Over prosecution leads to forced plea deals as defending yourself is worse than the plea. In what can only be described as the signs of the times, 2 surviving college students were texting each other while a murderer went through their house kill…
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Trump's civil trial will take an unusual twist next week when the prosecution calls convicted perjurer Michael Cohen to the stand. Is calling a convicted liar to the stand proof positive your case is more about political theater than law? George Santos is indicted and under ethical inquiry. Does this mean he fits right in at Congress? KU was punish…
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Didn’t check the box? Is the malpractice suit filed yet or was it a strategic move? Can you keep a straight face when stating this is not a political move against Trump? So many things to break down on the Donald Trump trial. Keven McCarthy is ousted and Joel and Chris go head to head on their beliefs. Trevor Bauer was suspended from MLB due to acc…
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Is it time to abandon the presidential debates? Lincoln and Douglas are rolling in their graves after this week's circus. We are electing the leader of the free world based on who gets the best zinger during a debate. The quote of the night goes to Vivak Ramaswamy who said, "stopped talking while I'm interrupting." That's a mic drop moment. Michiga…
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Murder is back in business. In the Dephi murder case, new allegations were made that the killings were part of a pagan cult ritual. Crime TV just couldn't be happier. Ruby Franke got her fame on YouTube due to her unconventional parenting style. Ironically, she is now in jail facing serious charges based on that style. It is safe to say that parent…
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It what has become as part of politics and the convention strippers, impeachment is back for another season. Joel explains why impeachment works, and is here to stay. Just remember - don't sue the messenger. The NFL floats the idea of taking over college football as a minor league system. Is this just testing the waters to see the public's reaction…
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Coach Prime Time Deion Sanders might be the best athletic participant ever. Chris makes his case, and a reluctant Joel quasi agrees. He has had an amazing career, and his coaching career has been nothing short of spectacular. Who else compares? Smoke some turkey this weekend, because it's back to the Big 8! Nebraska v. Colorado. This game promises …
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Stop me if you've heard this before - but Trump has been indicted. Chris and Joel discuss why this poses the most danger to Trump than the previous indictments. Michael Oher is saying the Blind Side story was false, and he was never adopted. He is suing for the economic damages he suffered from a loving family taking him in, treating him as a son, …
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In a play right out of the Democratic party playbook, Trump has been indicted again. According to Joel, this is the most laughable indictment yet as the prosecutor didn't even bring the charge everyone was looking for - inciting a riot. According to Chris, keep the indictments coming as Trump has yet to learn how to tell the truth. Sadly, both Joel…
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The Hunter Biden Plea Deal was exposed when the judge asked the simple question of - what crimes does this plea deal cover? When the two sides gave opposing answers, the judge smelled a rat. Chris and Joel discuss what is up in Bidenland. A Florida judge gets reprimanded for hugging the lawyers after a death penalty case. Do we want our judicial sy…
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Trump indicted. Again. What an interesting time we live in where the former President of the U.S. and current leader to be the next President is indicted, and the collective response is a yawn. But out of a duty of public service, Chris and Joel play lawyer and go through the indictment paragraph by paragraph to devise a winning strategy for both s…
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The allegedly conservative Supreme Court upheld the Voting Rights Act and struck down Alabama's congressional district boundary lines. To which Donald Trump responded by saying, "there's a Voting Rights Act?" Who knew? The Supreme Court also ruled that VIP Products, a dog toy company, violated Jack Daniel's trademark rights by creating a dog toy na…
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A lawyer used ChatGPT to write a brief and got busted. This is not high school. He didn't get busted for using ChatGPT to write the brief, he got in trouble when he essentially made "Chat" lead counsel. It is now Supreme Court sweeps season. No one is getting voted off the Supreme Court island, though that could be fun. But this is the time where t…
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Bryan Kohberger was arraigned for stabbing four college kids. Every one wants to know why he did it. But at his arraignment, he just stood silent and wouldn't even plead. Kind of like my dog when I ask her if she chewed up my socks. Sometimes silence is not your golden ticket. Lori Vallow Daybell was found guilty is near record time after her lawye…
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A jury found Ed Sheeran did not steal Marvin Gaye's hit song "Let's Get It On" when he recorded his hit song "Thinking Out Loud." We brought on the Rock and Roll lawyer to discuss the law on ripping off someone's riff. A college-aged student faked her own abduction to hide the fact that she dropped out of college. Kids these days .... Finally, a pe…
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New evidence in the Lori Vallow Daybell case now links Lori to the site where her two kids were buried on her 5th husband's property. At what point do the previous ex's say, "yea, we didn't see this coming." Alex Murdaugh is now claiming the dog didn't do it. Previously, he said his dog tripped his housekeeper, Gloria Satterfield, causing her death…
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Ron DeSantis takes on Disney, and I don't get it. It's ugly politics at its worst, and this is coming from a person who is a DeSantis supporter. Trump sues Cohen. What took him so long? The year was 2018 when Trump heard his private conversation with lawyer being aired over the evening news. Five years later, Trump files suit. It must be Wacky Wedn…
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The Lori Vallow Daybell murder trial is underway. She is on trial for murdering her two kids and the former wife of her new husband. We discuss why the recent uptick in murdering children. Alex Murdaugh has new digs in a prison that builds office furniture. Too bad inmates can't sign their names to the furniture, or this would be big business. Fina…
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Trump was indicted. Immediately, there were celebrations at CNN, the Democratic Party Headquarters, and Trump Tower. Yes, all three stand to benefit greatly by this indictment. The loser here? Ron Desantis. Trump is a ratings boom for all involved. Chris and Joel unpack the legal basis for the indictment. Plus, we introduce a weekly segment on Wack…
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Donald Trump is facing an imminent indictment for sloppy record keeping of business expenses. No matter the outcome, QuickBooks has to jump on this golden marketing opportunity. If Trump goes down for the manner in which his books are kept, will Al Capone give him the proverbial head nod, as in "I know what you're going through big guy." Plus, a fe…
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Stephen Smith was murdered in Hampton County, South Carolina in 2015. Now that Alex Murdaugh has been convicted of murdering Maggie and Paul, the Smith murder has been re-opened. Plus we cover updates to the Buffalo Wild Wings lawsuit, Flores v. NFL, Michael Irvin v. Marriott and the Supreme Court.על ידי Joel Oster, Comedian of Law
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Sam Sheppard was convicted, both in the court of public opinion and the court of law, of murdering his wife in brutal fashion. The Supreme Court overturned the conviction due to the widespread publicity unduly prejudicing the trial. Did the same thing happen with the Netflix special and the Murdaugh murder trial? Plus, Chris and Joel lament the los…
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Alex Murdaugh can't join O.J. on the "let's find the real killer" tour. The jury, in just under 45 minutes of deliberating time, found him guilty of murdering his wife and son. Chris and Joel discuss how the defense proved reasonable doubt, but that didn't matter in this lowcountry area that had it's fill of the Murdaugh dynasty.…
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The KC Chiefs are Super Bowl Champs! Chris and Joel unpack the big game, plus give their thoughts on the true MVP. In legal news, NCAA v. Johnson was argued this week over whether student athletes are employees and should be paid overtime. Finally, a couple paid an over 4 grand for a cup of coffee. I just hope for that price, they got his name righ…
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The Super Bowl brings us the Kelce Bowl, the Andy Reid Bowl, and the Blowout Bowl. Joel and Chris discuss the big game and make predictions that border on future-telling. Also, the Alex Murdaugh murder trial is underway in South Carolina, putting a spotlight on whether motive is required to convict. And finally, Joel encounters the real Big Easy in…
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Alec Baldwin's murder charge: political pandering or was there actual criminal negligence? The Supreme Court takes up the issue over whether a 93 year old lady should be evicted from a $40,000 condo for not paying $15,000 in taxes. Chris and Joel point out how there are a lot of unanswered questions with this case, including where does one even fin…
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In today's podcast, Joel and Chris review the funniest moments at the Supreme Court, both past and present. They play clips of laughter and review the jokes and the cases that created the laughs. In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning at 36:20), Joel and Chris talk picks and review the coming games.על ידי Joel Oster, Comedian of Law
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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris review the year in legal news, starting with the Southwest Airlines meltdown and what Southwest owes you for cancellations and delays. Next, they review the Monarchy's transfer of power, Brittney Griner's return, the best of the movies, and the Depp v. Heard trial. When it comes to sports, Joel and Chris r…
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In today's podcast, Joel and Chris talk about the settling of the Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard case. They review other defamation cases and the outcomes. Next, they talk the Jan. 6 committee and Trump charges. This leads to a conversation around 2024 and Trump's bid for presidency. In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning minute 32:55), Joel and Chris tal…
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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris discuss the 303 Creative LLC v. Elenis case around free speech and discrimination and Alito's unfortunate comments. Next, they talk about Elon Musk and the Twitter files regarding suppressed information. Then, they dig into the third attempt to ban TikTok. In Courtroom Quarterback (beginning 34:30), Joel a…
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In today's episode, Joel and Chris talk the latest in legal news. First, that talk about the Ticketmaster fiasco of getting Taylor Swift tickets and the potential legal fallout to break up the monopoly. Next, they review Elizabeth Holmes' sentencing. Then, they review Joel's Top 10 Wacky Cases of the last year from parodying the police to defamatio…
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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris review the turnout and results of the midterms. Next, they lean into the comedy of Comedian of Law and talk about when it might be time to consider a new lawyer... like when your lawyer has a tip jar on their desk or a side gig as an Uber driver. Turning back to legal news, they review some changes and cha…
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In today's podcast, Joel and Chris review the election process and the emerging lawsuits coming from this year's voting season. They talk ballot harvesting and protecting the right to vote. Next, Joel and Chris play Deal or No Deal and review some interesting court cases. Lastly, Joel is joined by comedian and lawyer Cary Phillips. They play a clip…
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In today's episode, Joel and Chris discuss election season, affirmative action, and sports. They review the recent Supreme Court case around Harvard's and University of North Carolina's potential discriminative admissions. They debate diversity and how to define it. Next, they talk Trump's tax returns before the Supreme Court. In Courtroom Quarterb…
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In today's podcast, Joel and Chris discuss Garvey v. City of New York which deals with city workers who were fired for not being vaccinated. They discuss the inconsistencies of vaccine mandate orders and the firing of these employees. Next, they talk Lindsey Graham and his subpoena to testify about Georgia elections. In Courtroom Quarterback (begin…
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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris talk about the Supreme Court rejection of Trump's request for a special master in the Mar-a-lago case. They talk about humor in the courtroom and the right to engage in parody. They review recent case Novak v. City of Parma dealing with a joke at the expense of the police and the Onion's amicus brief in re…
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In today's podcast episode, Joel and Chris discuss a Supreme Court case about keeping pigs in cages and Tom Brady's pending divorce. First, they talk celebrities in the legal news including Alex Jones' $1 billion fine. Next, they talk about a case that the Supreme Court dismissed regarding the personhood of a fetus. Joel and Chris review SCOTUS pra…
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