Dan, co-host of the Black Law and Legal Lies podcast, shares his emotional and heartbreaking account of losing his son to what he believes was medical malpractice. We will address the legal aspects of his …Read More
This week Ann, Becky, and Dan are joined by guests, Ariel, DJ Ayce, and Nakia to discuss catfishing.
We start the discussion with Ariel who has never personally experienced catfishing but would like to understand how people find themselves in the position to be a victim. Ariel shares that she prefers traditional dating methods and doesn’t necessarily trust online dating.
It was recently announced that Louisiana’s Attorney General will not pursue charges against the officers involved in the killing of Alton Sterling. According to the Justice Department, there was no evidence that suggested that Alton Sterling wasn’t reaching for a gun… but there wasn’t any evidence to suggest that he WAS reaching for a gun.Read More
This week on Black Law and Legal Lies, Ann, Becky, and Dan are joined by “Officer Michelle” a former corrections officer at a county jail. Prior to retiring Michelle was a corrections officer for 22 years at a county jail. We talk to her about her time on the job, some of the things she witnessed in the jail, and any advice she may have for new inmates who have never been to jail before.Read More
This week on Black Law and Legal Lies, Ann, Becky and Dan break down Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), celebs, and Stormy Daniels. NDAs (also known as gag orders and confidentiality agreements) are contracts that prevent one or more parties from discussing a specific subject. Celebs have long used NDAs to protect their public images and/or to prevent people from profitting off of their relationships and interactions.Read More
This week on Black Law and Legal Lies, Ann, Becky, and Dan break down entrapment. We also end up in left field when trying to determine if dating is a form of prostitution. Dan explains why some men think they’re entitled to sex after a date.Read More
This week Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss the effects of Stop Snitchin’ in the streets, prison, and judicial system. We take a look at witness protection and how to keep the people who are willing to come forward to report crimes safe.Read More
Driving While Black (DWB) is no secret to the black community. Dan explains how he and countless other black men feel when they see a police car behind them when driving. Dan and Becky detail some of their experiences being profiled by while drivingRead More
Ann, Becky, and Dan discuss mental illness and suicide. It’s no secret that mental illness is just as prevalent in the black community as any other community. Each host shares their experiences dealing with people in their lives who suffer from mental illness and/or suicidal ideation.Read More
Ann, Dan, and Becky are joined by recurring guest Paul Smith from TruTalk on Tru Radio Network.
In what was supposed to be an episode about the differences between for profit and not for profit organizations, we go way left as far as churches are concerned.