November 18, 2023

In This Episode:

Joyce Vance hosts #SistersInLaw to cover the latest developments in Trump’s New York fraud case, including his failed attempt to have it dismissed, the relevance of expert witness testimony, and the reasoning behind the rescinded gag order.  Then they analyze how the lack of a protective order in the Fulton County RICO case led to leaks that might bias a jury and compare Trump’s treatment to co-defendant Harrison Floyd when both have been making threats.  Following that, the #sisters debate the pros and cons of SCOTUS’ ethics code, warn the country about potential loopholes, and share possible solutions for strengthening it.

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