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Court Junkie

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Court Junkie

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Imagine being wrongfully convicted for a crime you didn't commit, or imagine your child's killer is still on the loose even though there's enough evidence for an arrest. I want to help shine light on the injustices of our judicial system. I delve into court documents, attend trials, and interview those close to the case to help me tell their stories.
 
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Reasonable Doubt

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World-renowned criminal defense lawyer Mark Geragos reveals the latest in our nation's most high-profile legal cases with podcast king Adam Carolla. In addition to examining how current law affects society, current events are brought to the forefront, as Geragos brings significant details from past and present experiences. Geragos has made notable marks on the legal system while representing Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Susan McDougal, Colin Kaepernick and more.
 
A podcast about cults, extreme belief, and abuse of power – from two hosts who’ve actually lived it. Hosted by Lola Blanc and Meagan Elizabeth. If you have your own story about cults, high control groups, manipulation, or abuse of power - leave us a voicemail at 513.900.2955 OR shoot us an email at TrustMePod@gmail.com. FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @trustmepod @oohlalola @vibehigherbitch OR TWITTER: @trustmecultpod @ohlaloka
 
A best of the week's episodes from The Dan Abrams Show on Sirius XM's POTUS 124. The motto of the show is "where politics meets the law." Everyday Dan, a lawyer and media entrepreneur, analyzes the biggest news stories of the day from a legal perspective. With so much of today's breaking news having a legal component, Abrams digs into the issues with a team of experts, including former federal prosecutors and high-profile legal experts. In addition to Abrams' unique insights into the legal s ...
 
Hosts Melissa McCarty and Kelly McLear are two-time Emmy nominated investigative journalists with more than 30 years of true crime experience. Covering both solved and unsolved cases, they've travelled the country confronting accused and convicted killers while also shedding light on the heartache violent acts cause. What sets them apart is their compelling storytelling and unique access to the people involved in each case which gives a 360-degree view of the crimes told directly from the so ...
 
Robert has overcome many hardships in his life, all of which have made him the actor/comedian he is today. From his early days growing up as a kid in Boston going in and out of Juvenile Hall, Kelly's unique, honest take on his own life and relationship make his comedy clever, abrasive, funny but also refreshingly vulnerable. His extensive TV comedy credits include Comedy Central Presents, HBO's Tourgaism, and Tough Crowd with Colin Quinn. Kelly play's Louie CK's brother on FX's Louie, appear ...
 
The most-watched woman in the history of cable news takes her trademark no-holds barred political and cultural commentary to the world of podcasting with "The Laura Ingraham Show," a part of the Quake Media network. A bestselling author, a breast cancer survivor, and the mother of three internationally-adopted children, Laura was the most listened-to woman in talk radio before making the move to podcasting. Laura has been a trailblazer across multiple media platforms, and she brings a unique ...
 
As Murder Made Me Famous takes a break, we're thrilled to bring you Copycat Killers, the next great true crime podcast from Reelz and Podcastone! Hosted by Forensic Psychologist Dr. J. Buzz Von Ornsteiner, this series goes behind the headlines of real-life murder cases which copy memorable slayings seen in Hollywood movies. Each episode features a mystifying murder scene and law enforcement’s hunt for the killer. Whether it’s two high school students terrorizing and killing a female classmat ...
 
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The United States is helping Ukraine militarily, but only indirectly. When it comes to health care for the besieged Ukrainians, the aid and cooperation are more direct. Much of the work falls to the Health and Human Services Department. Joining the Federal Drive with an update, the H-H-S assistant secretary for global affairs, Loyce Pace.…
 
In an agency as large as Veterans Affairs, with a third of a million employees, there's no shortage of things to go wrong. Often, it is whistleblowers that point them out, often to the office of inspector general. Now a bipartisan bill that passed the House would ensure continuance of a policy, that every VA employee receive training by the OIG, to…
 
A dozen senators reject the Veterans Affairs Department’s plans to reshape its health care real-estate. The senators say they won't proceed with the President’s nominees to serve on the Asset and Infrastructure Review Commission. The commission, part of the 2018 MISSION Act, is supposed to review the VA’s recommendations on how it expects to right-…
 
The security clearance process can make it difficult to move personnel from one agency to another. That’s especially true for people who need the highest levels of clearance. Lie detector requirements and other issues can bog down an application for months. The Intelligence and National Security Alliance has some new suggestions for how to make it …
 
It's become an unfunny joke. No matter what crucial intellectual property gets developed in the United States, it gets stolen by China or maybe Russia. A special team deep in the Defense Department has been working on one strategy to counteract this. It looks for investments in U.S. companies by suspicious foreigners. For his work collaborating wit…
 
Federal employee whistleblower complaints are often investigated by the agency itself, rather than by the Office of Special Counsel. This can speed resolutions, or end up with complaints going nowhere. Or suppressed. Bob Tobias, professor in the Key Executive Leadership Program at American University, has looked at this question. He joined the Fede…
 
Just because you apply, doesn't guarantee you'll get federal security clearance. Lots of people make basic errors in their clearance and suitability forms. That can make things take longer than they should. Joining the Federal Drive with some tried-and-true advice on the mistakes to avoid, Shaw Bransford Roth attorney James Heelan.…
 
The House recently passed its 2023 Defense authorization bill. In it are some provisions relating to service member marijuana use and possession. In particular, asking the Military Justice Review Panel to come up with new sentencing guidelines. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked with the author of that provision, Maryland Congressman Anth…
 
The Government Publishing Office, an arm of Congress, has issued its vision for a hybrid workforce. About a third of its workforce is still out on full-time telework or remote work. GPO is also offering 100% telework for white-collar employees in the D.C. area, unless they’re needed in the office on a specific day. For an update, Federal News Netwo…
 
If you are among the millions that participate in the Thrift Savings Plan, you’ve probably heard about or maybe seen firsthand, some of the challenges as TSP rolled over to a new system earlier this month. The Federal Retirement Thrift Investment Board says it's making some progress to resolve issues like customer service delays. By now, most TSP p…
 
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is taking a big step to reduce cybersecurity risks from its employees, often the weakest cyber link. USPTO will be among the first agencies to implement a Secure Access Service Edge architecture, known as SASE. Jamie Holcombe is the chief information officer for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and Beau Hutt…
 
It's an old question. An agency awards a services contract because of specific people the contractor promised would work on the project. Then one of them quits. In the ensuing protest cases, the Government Accountability Office and the federal courts seem to be of differing minds. We get more now from Smith Pachter McWhorter procurement attorney Jo…
 
Even as the armed forces develop hypersonic missiles, the Missile Defense Agency pursues a project to develop measures to counteract enemies' hypersonics. But the program is having significant oversight problems and technical risks. For details, we turn to the acting director for contracting and national security acquisitions issues at the Governme…
 
Adam and Mark open the show discussing a case that Mark was just on the radio discussing where his client ended up dead after multiple calls to LAPD for assistance. The conversation then turns to the recent ruling from SCOTUS in the case of the Washington based High School football coach who was let go over his decision to pray at the end of games.…
 
The House Armed Services committee spent time last week marking up the defense authorization bill for 2023. As always, the NDAA has a lot to say about procurement and contractors. But it doesn't say anything about whether they're compensated for inflation. Here with what the services contractor community is watching closely, Professional Services C…
 
A clever idea to use magnetic nanoparticles to capture valuable materials from brine. Sounds arcane, but it's blossomed into new projects that could help make the U.S. a producer, and not just a consumer, of critical minerals used in electronics and energy production. One planned pilot project, funded co-funded with industry by the Energy Departmen…
 
The American Federation of Government Employees returns to the negotiating table with Veterans Affairs officials for the largest union contract in the federal government. AFGE wants to resolve persistent points of disagreement. The union wants VA to put employees on performance improvement plans before imposing discipline. It's also wants to ensure…
 
Remember the CARES Act, enacted at the height of the pandemic? Among other things, it let agencies reimburse contractors to pay employees unable to work at an approved federal site or to telework. At the National Security Agency, lack of controls led to millions of dollars in improper payments under the CARES Act. That's according to an audit by th…
 
In July 2014, Dan Markel, an FSU law professor, was gunned down in his driveway in Tallahassee, Florida. The investigation led police to the discovery of a nasty divorce, wealthy former in-laws, and a murder-for-hire so complex that the investigation continues to this day. Back in Episode 93, I covered the trial of two of the defendants - Sigfredo …
 
This year's Secretary of Defense Environmental Award winner in the Environmental Quality Individual, Team category went to the Air Force Radioactive Recycling and Disposal team. As part of the 88th Civil Engineer Group, AFRRAD handles low-level radioactive recycling and low-level mixed waste management in the Air Force and provides radioactive mate…
 
The Postal Service handed out millions of dollars in employee awards in a program that lacked solid controls. People nominated one another and then voted on whether they got the money. A few people even approved their own bonuses. For more, the Federal Drive spoke with the deputy assistant inspector general for audit, Wilvia Espinoza.…
 
The Defense Department recently brought the chief data and artificial intelligence office into full operating capability. It'll focus on advanced technologies and working fast. Not just the technologies need to move fast. Acquisition and contracting also have to keep pace with the office’s needs. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione talked about t…
 
The ombudsman for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has one central focus of this year’s annual report to Congress: Reducing the backlog of immigration cases. As of March, there were nearly 5.2 million cases in the backlog, meaning cases sitting for than the target processing time. Some eight and a half million cases are actually pending. E…
 
June is PTSD awareness month. And according to our next guest, managing the risk factors stemming from military-connected PTSD isn’t just a job for the Defense Department and the VA. Dr. Ken Marfilius is a former Air Force clinical social worker and mental health therapist. He’s now an Assistant Professor of Social Work at Syracuse University. He t…
 
At least some members of Congress are pushing for telework to become a big and permanent feature of federal employment. The latest gambit is a bill that requires agencies to gather statistics about telework, and prevent them from restricting it. It's called the Telework Metrics and Cost Savings Act. We get more now from one of its sponsors, Congres…
 
The Office of Personnel Management has reached a milestone it hasn't seen since 2015. OPM Director Kiran Ahuja just hit one year in office as agency head. Ahuja has made progress in her position -- for example, giving feds time off to vote and bringing back the Presidential Rank Awards after a year's hiatus. But the agency is hitting a few bumps in…
 
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency needs to move with more speed and urgency when it comes to talent management. That’s the conclusion of CISA’s Cybersecurity Advisory Committee. CISA is now considering a suite of recommendations from the committee on recruiting and hiring. For more, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday.…
 
Sometimes nations declare war on themselves. When a civil war broke out in Ethiopia back in 2020, my next guest worked overtime to ensure humanitarian aid got to those who we desperate for it, and to try and mitigate some of the human rights abuses. Now he's a finalist in this year's Service to America Medals Program. He's the director of the Offic…
 
Holly Ridings, the first female chief of NASA’s flight directors, will now help lead the agency’s Gateway Program, an international partnership to establish humanity’s first space station around the Moon. In this new role, Ridings will serve as the deputy program manager. She will lead teams to build and launch NASA’s foundational infrastructure in…
 
Looking to settle your debts to the IRS, without an endless wait over the phone? There’s a bot for that. The IRS is now automating more of its call volume through automation, giving its call-center employees more time to address complex requests from taxpayers. The IRS is also rounding the corner on its pandemic-era backlog of tax returns. Federal …
 
Adam and Mark connect remotely to discuss the recent developments in the Bill Cosby trial out of Santa Monica, including some details that have gone largely under-reported. They also discuss the January 6th Commission as well as Adam's passionate feelings about food delivery apps.Watch this episode & subscribe on YouTube at YouTube.com/AdamCarollaP…
 
Casting director and former Christian G Charles Wright talks about growing up Christian and struggling with his sexuality, a natural disaster he was caught in the middle of, why he calls his mom a psychopath, and how he shed the influence of his upbringing and finally accepted himself and his sexuality. Got your own story about cults, extreme belie…
 
The Air Force has seen its fair share of curveballs when it comes to budget and acquisition. Between inflation, the war in Ukraine, and COVID, the service is trying to ensure the industry supply chains stays solid and that acquisition timelines don’t slip. Federal News Network’s Scott Maucione discussed some of those issues with the service’s Deput…
 
The General Services Administration reach a critical milestone last week. It chose a name for its new services multiple award contract.In his weekly reporter's notebook, executive editor Jason Miller writes about why the new name, OASIS-Plus, takes all the fun out of government contracting.By Tom Temin
 
It's official, more or less. The General Services Administration is bending nearly all of its efforts towards the idea of customer experience. That's what Federal Acquisition Commissioner Tom Howder told the Coalition for Government Procurement the other day. What does that mean for contractors? We turn to federal sales and marketing consultant Lar…
 
The Government Accountability Office is out with its latest assessment of the Pentagon’s most expensive weapons programs. It’s the 20th annual edition. GAO says it’s seen some improvement in DoD’s management of major acquisition programs during that time, but cost and schedule growth are still huge problems. And while every program’s unique, one co…
 
The federal government has world-class engineering expertise in its ranks. The same is true of public health expertise. What it doesn’t have is a standing capability to fuse those disciplines together with behavioral science to help inform agencies’ response to crises. At least, until now. A brand new organization called the Engineering for Public …
 
Andy Lyman, a senior political reporter for New Mexico Political Report, joins Dan to discuss New Mexico's Secretary of State filing a motion with the state's Supreme Court to compel the Otero County Commissioners to certify the county's primary election per state law after their refusal to do so due to claimed mistrust in the Dominion voting machi…
 
Appropriators on Capitol Hill have a big week this week, the first official week of summer. For one thing, House members are marking up the 20-23 Defense budget and taking up the defense authorization bill. The Federal Drive got the latest from WTOP Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller.By Tom Temin
 
The Freedom of Information Act might be best known as a way for journalists and public interest groups to get information about the operations of government. But it can also be a tool for companies to get confidential information about their competitors. Safeguarding that information has gotten more complicated in the last few years, because the st…
 
When it comes to directed energy technologies like lasers and microwave weapons, the Air Force doesn’t have anything that’s quite ready to deploy on a fighter jet. But a new modeling and simulation facility at Kirtland Air Force base is going to try to make sure pilots are ready to use them once they are. The Air Force Research Laboratory just awar…
 
The Defense Counterintelligence and Security Agency is overhauling the security clearance process under an initiative called Trusted Workforce 2.0. The reform effort promises to streamline background investigations using automation and other new processes. For the latest, Federal News Network’s Justin Doubleday spoke with the assistant director of …
 
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