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Best Connecticut Judicial podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Connecticut Judicial podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Episode 25 – Nuts and Bolts of Limited Scope Representation Attorney Damon Goldstein, Caseflow Management Specialist from Judicial Branch Court Operations, explains Limited Scope Representation in Connecticut, including how it came to be, the different types of LSR and how LSR can be used by attorneys. The different types of Limited Scope Represent…
 
Episode 22 – A Primer on Criminal Orders of Protection Deputy Director of Criminal Matters in the Superior Court Operations Division Ralph Dagostine outlines the different criminal orders of protection. He explains how and when these orders are put in place, how they come to an end and who might be affected by them. Law Librarians CT Law By Subject…
 
Attorney Damon Goldstein, liaison for the Standing Committee on Guardians Ad Litem and Attorneys for the Minor Child in Family Matters, describes the process by which a GAL or AMC can be removed from the list of approved GAL/AMCs in Connecticut. Notice of Procedures by Which an Individual May be Removed from the List of Those Deemed Eligible for Ap…
 
Episode 18 – Connecticut Practice Book Amendments Attorney Joseph Del Ciampo, Director of Legal Services and Counsel to the Rules Committee of the Superior Court, joins Mike to discuss recent amendments to the Connecticut Practice Book adopted by the Judges of the Superior Court. Connecticut Practice Book Revisions This podcast counts for 29 minute…
 
Episode 16 – Personal Identifying Information, Using Pseudonyms, Lodging and Sealing Attorney Robert Wilock, Chief Clerk for the Fairfield Judicial District, discusses limitations on the use of personal identifying information in court, the proper use of anonymous complaints using pseudonyms and the processes to lodge and seal documents. Connecticu…
 
This week, Joshua Holland and Elizabeth Preza are thrilled to launched the very first episode of We've Got Issues. Who knows--it may become a collector's item! First up, we talk about the fluid state of the early days of the Democratic presidential primaries with blogger and Salon columnist Heather "Digby" Parton. And then we catch up with Greg Sar…
 
Attorney Nancy McGann of the Court Operations Unit discusses the history, process, and success of the Judicial Branch’s foreclosure mediation process and the role of committees for foreclosure. https://www.cga.ct.gov/2015/pub/chap_846.htm#sec_49-31k https://www.jud.ct.gov/foreclosure/ https://jud.ct.gov/external/super/E-Services/efile/foreclosure_a…
 
This is part two of a two-part episode about Client's Funds Accounts. If you missed part one of the episode, please go back and check out episode 5. In part two, Attorney Mickelson-Dera discusses the overdraft and random trust account processes and what to do if you’re audited. Random Trust Accounts, Practice Book Section 2-27(e), https://www.jud.c…
 
Attorney Matthew Berardino, counsel for the Legal Services Unit, interviews Attorney Michael Bowler, Statewide Bar Counsel and Counsel to the Commission on Minimum Continuing Legal Education. In this podcast, Matt and Mike discuss the history behind Connecticut's MCLE rule, how to comply with it and changes made to the rule in 2019. https://www.jud…
 
This week, we speak with The Washington Post's Greg Sargent about his new book, An Uncivil War: Taking Back Our Democracy in an Age of Trumpian Disinformation and Thunderdome Politics. (Our interview was so fascinating that we've invited Greg back on the show next week to continue the discussion.) Then we're joined by Elizabeth Rogers, a former jud…
 
We have a really great lineup this week. First up is Dahlia Lithwick, a senior editor at Slate, who talks to us about the future of the Court now that Brett Kavanaugh has been confirmed, and what a dramatic loss of institutional legitimacy might mean going forward. Then we're joined by Ari Berman from Mother Jones. Berman, author of Give Us the Bal…
 
This week, we're joined by People for the American Way Executive Vice President Marge Baker to talk about where we are in the gut-wrenching confirmation process for Brett Kavanaugh, Donald Trump's Supreme Court pick who faces charges of sexual assault and lying to Congress. Then we go back to the archive to put all of this into a larger context wit…
 
This week, we kick off the show with veteran journo David Cay Johnston, who has been covering Donald Trump since the 1980s. David helps us sort out what last week's raft of convictions, guilty pleas and revelations about members of Trump's inner circle being immunized by prosecutors can tell us about what's likely to come of all this. Then we're jo…
 
This week, we kick off the show with a discussion of election security with Connecticut Secretary of State Denise Merrill. Then we'll be joined by Lala Wu, co-founder of the Sister District Project, who will tell us what her group is doing to Make America Sane Again. Last but not least, Crooks and Liars Managing Editor Karoli Kuns joins us to discu…
 
This week, we kick off the show with a double-segment with Zephyr Teachout, the Fordham University legal scholar running to become the next Attorney General of New York. Teachout explains that because the Trump Organization is headquartered in The Empire State, the NYAG's office has a unique capacity to police the Trump crime family's potential abu…
 
This week, Salon columnist Amanda Marcotte joins us to talk about a week like no other in Trump's "presidency." Will his base ever be bothered by Marshal Tweeto's incompetence and corruption? Then we're joined by Mike Lux, head of the non-profit American Family Voices and author of How to Democrat in the Age of Trump. Mike argues that many of the d…
 
We kick off this week's show with Crooks and Liars founder John Amato talking about Sarah Huckabee-Sanders, Maxine Waters and the right's crooked civility game. Then we talk to Imani Gandy and Jessica Mason Pieklo, Rewire.News legal analysts and co-hosts of the podcast Boom! Lawered, about this week's atrocities at the Supreme Court and how everyth…
 
We kick off this week's show with a rundown, incomplete but depressing, of what we know so far about how Trump and his inner circle have profited from the presidency. Then we're joined by two Democratic candidates vying to run against Rep. John Faso (R-NY) in one of the hottest swing districts this cycle, New York's 19th. This is the district that …
 
We kick off this week's show with Salon columnist Amanda Marcotte. Amanda tells us all about her new book, Troll Nation: How The Right Became Trump-Worshipping Monsters Set On Rat-F*cking Liberals, America, and Truth Itself. Then we're joined by Robyn Pennachia, who has the unfortunate task of covering the bizarre misgonyistic murder cult known as …
 
The spike in hate crimes and everyday harrassment of people of color since Trump announced his candidacy has been referred to as "The Trump Effect." Thus far, it's largely been based on anecdotal evidence. But that's no longer the case. This week, we speak with Brian Schaffner, a political scientist at Umass Amherst, about his new study which lends…
 
This week, we're joined by David Faris, a political scientist at Roosevelt University who authored a new book titled, It’s Time to Fight Dirty: How Democrats Can Build a Lasting Majority in American Politics. Faris argues that Republicans have exploited every institutional power to create an anti-democratic partisan electoral advantage, and Democra…
 
We kick off this week's show with Joan Walsh, national correspondent for The Nation and contributor to CNN, to talk about how, after years of neglect, progressive groups and the Democratic Party are finally contesting state legislative races across the country. Then we'll be joined by David Klion, a Brooklyn-based writer, to discuss The Atlantic's …
 
Elections have consequences. This week, we kick off with Maura Ewing, a writer-in-residence at the Fair Punishment Project, talking about her piece for Slate on Philadelphia's newly elected District Attorney Larry Krasner and the "wild" and "unprecedented" criminal justice reforms he's been rolling out in his first few months in office. Then we're …
 
This week, we're joined by union organizer Shaun Richman, who explains why Janus v. AFSCME, corporate America's latest assault on organized workers, may come back to bite them in the form of more labor unrest. Then we welcome Luke Barnes from Think Progress to discuss his piece on fringe right-wing violence against law enforcement, and how it often…
 
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