John and Kirk return for another episode of The Legal Defense Show for WHBL Sheboygan. They kick it off by discussing an incident shared by a fan of the show, in which the listener’s son was detained and searched by police officers due to a violation of a bike lamp ordinance, and the implications therein for fourth amendment constitutional rights. They then pick up a discussion from several weeks ago regarding Brendan Dassey, and John discusses the effects and legacy of the Reid interrogation technique, whose efficacy as a method for obtaining truthful confessions is increasingly being called into question.
It’s another episode of The Legal Defense Show for WHBL Sheboygan! John and Kirk tackle Donald Trump’s list of potential nominees for U.S. Supreme Court justice, including former Wisconsin Supreme Court justice Diane Sykes. They also discuss Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel’s push for increasing the number of prosecutors in Wisconsin, as well as FBI director James Comey’s statements regarding the filming of police officers.