Cheese and Kracken

October 21, 2023

In This Episode:

Joyce Vance hosts #SistersInLaw to analyze the guilty pleas of Kenneth Chesebro and Sidney Powell in Georgia, why they got off relatively easy, and what their convictions mean for the other defendants.  Then, they discuss the DOJ’s class action settlement on behalf of immigrant families separated at the border, with a look at how they’re being compensated and the steps the government must take to make sure it never happens again.  From there, they debate the merits of forum shopping that has enabled people to take advantage of the system for better outcomes and empower a single judge to set national policy.  But given that it was a lone judge who dismantled Trump’s muslim ban, can it sometimes be a good thing?


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