Trials & Tribulations
November 19, 2021
In This Episode:
The #SistersInLaw meet this week to try and find sense in the Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty verdict, and look at the worrying social forces that it’s unleashed. Then, they examine the legacy of racism and the hurdles that have come up finding a representative jury for the trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s killers, and break down the latest in the upcoming case facing Ghislaine Maxwell.
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From Barb: The Rittenhouse Verdict
From Jill: The dynamic between audience and jurors as it relates to the Maxwell case
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