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Surviving Bankruptcy
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Due to the economic climate, bankruptcy has become an unfortunate reality for many Americans. A prominent bankruptcy attorney talks about steps you can take to avoid bankruptcy, and keep your homes. Then, an update on the case against Kwame Kilpatrick, and information on programs aimed at educating children and the general public about the legal system.
Episode Segments:
 
Weinberg on the Law: Supreme Outlook
Scott talks about the retirement of Justice John Paul Stevens, and how his replacement will serve as Obama’s legacy.
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Weinberg on the Law: Bankruptcy Atty William Johnson
William D. Johnson, Founder and Managing Partner of Acclaim Legal Services, joins Scott to talk about how to protect yourself from bankruptcy, and if the inevitable should happen, how to protect your home and assets in bankruptcy court.
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Weinberg on the Law: Inside the Local Courts
Scott welcomes Judge Randy L. Kalmbach of the 27th District Court in Wyandotte, MI, who talks about how the jobless rate is affecting crime rates, and about his Court in School program.
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Weinberg on the Law: Prosecutor Kym Worthy
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy updates us on the ongoing efforts to get restitution from disgraced mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. She also talks about the county’s Citizen Academy.
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Weinberg on the Law: The Future of the Supreme Court
Scott speculates on Obama’s nominee for the vacancy on the Supreme Court, and explains why you can’t tell what a judge will really be like until they are on the bench.
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