Nate Broady, better known to his online followers as “Nate the Lawyer,” has found himself part of many aspects of legal and court procedure, from working as a law enforcement officer to practicing law as both a prosecutor and defense attorney, and as well as being a law school lecturer and respected analyst. Today, he joins the program to discuss two high-profile cases: the Rittenhouse trial, as well as the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery. He gives his thoughts on all the attorneys involved, why the different situations produced different verdicts, and his advice on what exactly you should do if you find yourself on the wrong end of a pair of handcuffs.
Plus, a quick chat to start the show about Jussie Smollett, who the trades say may have just landed a choice starring role in one of the many fine venues run by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
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