Live In Boston: Verdict Day

June 1, 2024

In This Episode:

Barb McQuade hosts #SistersInLaw live in Boston to review the charges in Manhattan that resulted in 34 guilty verdicts against Trump, untangle the five crimes jurors could use to justify their vote, and explain the appeals and sentencing process. Then, the #Sisters expose the flaws in SCOTUS oversight and ethics by laying out the breaches of Justices Alito, Thomas, and their wives, exploring the potential of putting the court on the ballot, term limits, and congressional oversight to restore faith in the institution.  They also discuss Judge Cannon’s denial of Jack Smith’s gag order and her delaying actions in the MAL case before taking questions on everything from election certification to women’s rights after Dobbs. Read transcript

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