Legal Talk Today
A no-spin dailyish show covering current events and their collision with the law. Tune in for a deep dive legal analysis on stories that could change your life.
Host: Laurence Colletti (executive producer at Legal Talk Network)
What happens when amateur online crime investigators go too far?
Will Idaho soon become the nation’s 3rd biggest state?!
What we can learn from her withdrawal from the press and sport of tennis.
Governor Kristi Noem’s lawsuit against the Biden Administration to get their famous 4th of July fireworks show back.
Something hits the fan as the Arizona Election Audit continues.
In a world of Zoom Courts, are we still protecting the Constitutional Rights of criminal defendants?
Will certain Department of Labor changes affect your workplace coming out of COVID-19?
Do you need a certification to bring your dog into a hospital as a service animal?
Do Americans have a right to privacy when they donate to causes or charities?
Does the right to bear arms also include a conceal carry license?
Is it tough on crime or tough on speech?
Can firearms manufacturers be sued when others unlawfully use their product?
A diplomat, his wife, and the People’s Liberation Army of Mexico.
Are employees faking COVID to get more time off?
Do you know more than the average American about how our government operates?
Are they a good idea or should we hide in our bunkers?
Michigan Courts call “No Joy” for law enforcement’s aerial drones.
Can your boss require you to get device implants for work?
Are you paying taxes for the privilege of being ripped off?!
The verdict is in but what’s next for sentencing, an appeal, or the other police officers?
As the verdict loomed, we talked about tactics used by the prosecution and defense as well as why the judge decided to admit certain types of evidence.
As the verdict loomed, we broke down the cases presented by the prosecution and defense.
Can a school punish a cheerleader for her remarks outside of school?
In this Part 4, we cover timelines, use of force, and what it means if Morris Hall (who was with George Floyd) doesn’t testify.
Our coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial continues with Professor David Schultz.
New Hampshire and Massachusetts are duking it out over taxes... Get your tea ready!
Alternative Business Structures for law firms, why should we care? Good question.
Join us as we continue to go through the biggest criminal trial in a generation point by point.
The biggest criminal trial in a generation and we’re going through it point by point.
The “Hot Pursuit” doctrine is being challenged in the Supreme Court. Will police officers still be able to enter your home without a warrant?
A single mastermind put it together but how did it all work?
From pandemic to deep-freeze... a year of emergencies and price hikes. Where are we now?
What is everyone squawking about?
The latest on LA County’s District Attorney George Gascon... Will he be recalled?
Recalling Newsom: Where are we and what’s next?
What are the long-term implications of increasing the minimum wage? Tune in to hear about the legal and policy considerations.
Is increasing the Minimum Wage a good idea? Tune in to hear about the legal and policy considerations.
The Supreme Court ducks Democrat and Republican election law cases from Pennsylvania. But what does that mean for future elections?
Who will win this battle of Immigration and Federalism?
Will colleges be allowed to continue using race as a factor for admissions?
How to create your own “adult beverages” without going to the slammer.
Learn how to legally craft your own moonshine or booze (without going to jail).
How President Biden’s executive orders affect OSHA and what that means for your job or business.
Can protesting get you fired even if you didn’t break any laws?
Florida Governor DeSantis goes toe-to-toe with Big Tech... but is his fight legal?
With lawsuits loaded-for-bear, who’s paying for GameStop?!
Which essential workers qualify for hazard pay during COVID-19 and how much extra will they receive? Benjamin Tulis from Jackson Lewis explains.
What will accelerating expungement of criminal records mean for Detroit? Project Clean Slate’s lead attorney Stephani LaBelle explains.
David Savage from the Los Angeles Times breaks down the Supreme Court ruling in favor of indoor services for Houses of Worship.
Ginger Gentile, director of Erasing Family returns to discuss why millions of Americans become permanently #Erased from their families after a divorce.
Ginger Gentile, director of Erasing Family, joins us to talk about the permanent separation of family members when they become erased through divorce.
Laurence Colletti serves as the producer at Legal Talk Network where he combines his passion for web-based media with...