Staci and Courtney explain the concept of “innocence UNLESS proven guilty” and actual manage to stay on topic for most of the episode. Color me surprised – Read more about episode 7 of Plead the Sixth.
The gang discusses the lives and times of prosecutors. And also what a DA is. And ethics. And lots of things really, but we managed to keep it under an hour somehow…
Staci and Courtney finally get around to explaining all the bits involved in an actual trial, most of which are not dramatic speeches to the jury, apparently. | Player, show notes, sources, and transcript
Criminal cases involving allegations of family violence are some of the most sensitive, and serious, offenses in the justice system and for good reason. But the consequences of a case go far beyond the possibilities of conviction.
It pays to be aware of the potential costs of a DWI. The Miscellaneous Traffic Fines now implemented in Texas courts is one of them.
Staci and Courtney explain all the bits of a case that happen before going to trial, because apparently you don’t go straight from a police car to a full blown trial, which Kethry totally knew. Totally. | Player, show notes, sources, and transcript
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Kethry, Staci, and Courtney discuss the intricacies of defending those who cannot afford a lawyer… which applies to far more people than you’d think.
Kethry pokes Staci and Courtney into talking about what they love- and don’t love- about being defense attorneys. You know. Just getting personal real quick to start us off…
Staci and Courtney explain the Sixth Amendment so that the title of the show in any way, shape, or form makes sense.