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A Reporter Silenced by Her Own Words
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Scott talks with Diane Nine, former agent to Helen Thomas, about the downfall of the White House Reporter. We’ll also get the details on the latest Kwame Kilpatrick appeal from a member of his defense team. And why do Detroit sports fans get such a bed rep, when LA fans are just as bad?
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Weinberg on the Law: The Lineup
Scott previews today’s show, and Tiger Woods may have been unethical – but did he do something illegal?
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Weinberg on the Law: Diane Nine
Helen Thomas’ former agent Diane Nine talks about parting ways with her long time client, the controversial comments that ended Helen’s career in the White House, and why she made those comments.
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Weinberg on the Law: Kwame and the Appeal
Michael Schwartz, one of the defense attorneys for Kwame Kilpatrick talks about the most recent appeal by the former mayor, and outlines what could happen to his client if he can’t repay the money. He also shares his insights into the Tamara Green Case
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Weinberg on the Law: Legal News and Notes
Watching the riots in LA after the Lakers won the Championship, Scott wonders why Detroit gets such a bad rap for doing the same thing. Then, is it possible for a celeb such as Rod Blagojevich to get an unbiased jury?
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