Tuesday, July 2, 2024 may go down as “”a date which will live in infamy” in terms of my media exposure…or after today, some might call it overexposure. It started with Episode 25 of the Start a Brewery Podcast dropping …

Tuesday Media Blitz aka “Being the Lawyer Extraordinaire Isn’t All Hams & Plaques” Read more »

Following my appearance on yesterday’s edition of Jon Justice’s show, my good friend Walter Hudson (who also happens to be my State Representative), followed me and referred to my characterization of former President Trump’s trial in New York as “measured”. …

“Back in Black”: Assessing the Trump Verdict, Jon Justice, 5.31.24 Read more »

On Thursday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss my thoughts on the likely outcome in the “hush money” trial in New York involving former President Trump. Specifically, I discussed several instances of what I believe are …

The Trump “Trial”; Jon Justice, 5.30.24 Read more »

I was in studio with Jon Justice and Friend of the Show Max Rymer on Jon’s “Freedom Friday” show for the second half of Hour 2 and the entirety of Hour 3. We discussed a number of issues, but Jon specifically …

“Freedom Friday”: Cannabis Lawsuit, and More, Jon Justice, 5.10.24 Read more »

On Friday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in the case involving former President Trump’s claim of “Presidential immunity” regarding criminal prosecution for actions he took while in office, and …

Minnesota Senator In Legal Trouble, and Supreme Court Hears Trump Immunity Case, Jon Justice, 4.26.24 Read more »

On Wednesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss the U.S. Supreme Court oral arguments in a case involving Joseph W. Fischer, a Jonestown, Pennsylvania man who has been charged in connection with the January 6, 2021 …

Will SCOTUS Set the January 6 Defendants Free?, Jon Justice, 4.18.24 Read more »

On Wednesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss a pair of orders from the Washington Supreme Court finding that the bar exam is racist and ordering that alternative licensure methods be implemented. I opined that, …

Washington Supreme Court Decides Bar Exam is Racist, Jon Justice, 3.20.24 Read more »

I was in studio with Jon Justice and Max Rymer on Jon’s Friday’s show for the entirety of Hour 3. We discussed what transpired in a Minnesota House Judiciary, Finance and Civil Law Committee meeting on Thursday, February 29, relating …

Anti-Discrimination Laws and Religious Freedom, Jon Justice, 3.1.24 Read more »

On Wednesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss a recently filed lawsuit against Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Agriculture Commissioner Thom Petersen, in which a white farmer alleges discrimination in a grant program which gives …

Walz Sued Over “Emerging Farmer” Preference Law, and Could The Outcome Impact Minnesota Cannabis Licensing? Jon Justice in the Morning, 1.31.24 Read more »

On Tuesday morning, I called in to Jon Justice’s morning show to discuss whether the U.S. Supreme Court will accept review of a case out of the Ninth Circuit dealing with the ability of cities to curtail homeless camps. You …

Will the Supreme Court Weigh In on Homeless Camps? Jon Justice in the Morning, 1.9.24 Read more »