BREAKING NEWS: Minutes after we get a verdict in the Whitmer kidnap trial verdict, a former fed offers expert opinion while ML waits to talk about his latest column, Marc seeks legal guidance, Shawn shares a harrowing tale and Joe seeks justice.
STRAIGHT DOPE: Minutes after a jury convicted the ringleaders of the plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, former federal prosecutor Michael Bullotta discusses why it may have been easier for this jury to reach a decision.
The legal eagles discuss the difference between a conspiracy and entrapment, and ML makes some odd analogy to forming a band.
Our former fed offers insights into why the DOJ raided Mar-A-Lago, prompting a discussion of what should happen next.
Shawn recounts a harrowing traffic matter and reveals that he would make a lousy witness.
ML finally gets a chance to talk about his latest column, and what needs to happen to determine if former Michigan House Speaker Lee Chatfield’s nonprofit is on par with former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s corrupt Kilpatrick Civic Fund. Check out ML’s latest here.
GEEK OF THE WEEK: A marine biologist misses a chance to work from home.
ROOM 7609: The New Wave Suite takes on a French flavor as Egoprisme checks in with “Once You Get There.”
FEEDBACK: ML is accused of being a sell out and a listener is bummed that WWJ told Roberta Jacina to get the hell out.
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