Host Marcia Chambers welcomes lawyer Dan Klau back to talk about New Haven Independent reporter David Sepulveda's arrest, how president-elect Donald J. Trump may violate the Emoluments Clause of the constitution when he takes office in January, and collective bargaining in Connecticut government.
On this episode, host Marcia Chambers talks to Dr. Howard Zonana, Professor of Psychiatry and Professor of Law at Yale-New Haven Hospital, about weighing the insanity defense in legal cases, and bringing together the complicated worlds of medicine, psychiatry, and law.
Host Marcia Chambers talks to lawyer and Branford resident Ed Marcus about the upcoming presidential election, and what voters will do differently -- if anything -- after FBI Director James Comey's October surprise.
On this episode, host Marcia Chambers talks to Mike Freda, North Haven first selectman and chair of Animals Task Force, about how he discovered his love for animals and the animal justice and advocacy work he does with the ATF.
On this episode, host Marcia Chambers welcomes back inaugural guest Tom Ullmann, chief public defender in New Haven, to discuss where this year -- and his career -- has taken him. Topics include the trials of "Cheshire home invasion" murderers Steven Hayes and Joshua Komisarjevsky, the Lishan Wang case, how people are harmed professionally by being on a sex registry, his teaching load at Quinnipiac University, and much more.