[5:50] We criticize radio host Dan Bongino. Larry finds him mean but listens to for conspiracy updates. It recounts Bongino’s reaction to a university president’s response on harming a group and challenges him to condemn those targeting sex offenders, alleging hypocrisy. Larry expresses skepticism about conservatives and liberals, highlighting media business models favoring popular opinions. The text briefly mentions Liz Cheney’s experience in Wyoming politics.
[12:36] What is the difference between “substantive” and “procedural” due process rights, referencing a legal case (Hitt v. McLane) that made a distinction between the two.
[26:31] We discuss a video involving an incident on Tybee Island, Georgia, where a woman is confronted by police regarding a lewd act on the beach. The hosts analyze the woman’s response to the police, pointing out moments where her statements may have weakened her position. They discuss legal strategies, such as the possibility of suppressing her confession and the challenges of negotiating a plea deal. Larry also mentions the impact of technology on police discretion, noting that increased surveillance and documentation limit the latitude officers once had. The potential consequences for the woman, including placement on the sex offender registry, are highlighted, emphasizing the significance of her actions in a legal context. The podcast hosts express concerns about the long-term implications for the woman and explore the challenges of obtaining information about the case’s current status. The discussion underscores the complexities and potential legal ramifications of the situation.
[53:40] Democratic US Representative Ayanna Pressley and US Senator Peter Welch introduced a bill proposing nationwide voting rights for individuals with past or current prison terms; however, the likelihood of its passage remains uncertain.
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