On the first episode in August, we have a range of topic that we move through starting with registrants in Colorado are forced into low-income neighborhoods and poverty; People have biases that affects the outcome on juries; Man spends a night in jail for skipping a $2.75 fee; Man in prison is beaten and drowned in toilet; Our weekly Scalia segment; Lie detector tests are not ever ever to be trusted; A public defender accounts handling 3800+ cases in 5 years; DAs in New York move to strike down an oversight board that would monitor them; The case for allowing those with convictions to vote; Is renting a few billboards lobbying?; What is the definition of cajoling and when does it cross the line
[48:00] Scalia – Stupid, but constitutional
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