Welcome to episode four of The Legal Watchdog Podcast.
In part one we discuss the case of State v. Charles C.S., Jr., where the appellate court lowers the boom on a cop who gave false testimony and the prosecutor who let it happen. For the first (and possibly last) time ever, Cicchini has some sympathy for the prosecutor. Perz and Kushner, on the other hand, remind him of the prosecutor's "minister of justice" role and are quite pleased with the force of the court's scolding.
In part two we once again discuss free speech and the Madison, Wisconsin "sing-along" protests -- this time State v. Gruber. Unlike State v. Crute, though, the government charged Gruber with disorderly conduct -- something we wondered about in our earlier sing-along podcast debate.
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Our funky, jazzy theme song ("Cold Hurt") and our cool intermission song ("Rational") were generously provided by David Pizarro. To hear more of David's music you can listen to his philosophy-psychology podcast Very Bad Wizards, or go directly to his SoundCloud page.
Finally, here is the podcast: