Thursday, March 22, 2018

Homicidal rage and #Trichotillomania new #Podcast episode

Ever felt the desire to kill someone and pluck out your hair? CLICK HERE

Sunday, March 18, 2018

8 #podcast episodes

8 #podcast episodes  

Friday, March 16, 2018

2 new #podcast episodes for #LegalFactAndFiction by Michael Wells #ScottTurow #metoo

I posted two new podcast episodes yesterday. One deals with "Darla," who was physically and emotionally abused by her husband. She later developed an eating disorder that was so severe her body eventually started to shut down. The episode discusses her unsympathetic judge in her SSD hearing.

The next episode discusses Scott Turow's Limitations, which is a fictional book about a judge's, George Mason's, struggle over whether the statute of limitations exonerates three rape perpetrators. Three teenagers (over 18) raped a girl (15) and videotaped it. She had no knowledge of the rape until the tape resurfaced after the five year SOL ran. There was arguably a provision prolonging the statute due to the underlying act not being discovered till the tape surfaced and the victim being a minor at the time of the rape.

Here is a link to the podcast: click here

Monday, March 12, 2018

Reminder: people on disability insurance wish they didn’t have to be

Reminder: people on disability insurance wish they didn’t have to be: There’s a pervasive myth that Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) is easily abused. Former Sen. Tom Coburn has referred to the program as “the Social Security Disability Trust Fund,” and current Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) says things like, “Over half the people on disability are either anxious or their back hurts,” which is patently false. Mick Mulvaney, President Trump’s current budget director, has even bragged that he tricked Trump into making cuts to the program by misleading him about what it was.

Legal Fact And Fiction #podcast has 5 episodes available

5 episodes click here