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Gloria Allred on how the Cosby case forever changed legal rights for rape victims

On this episode of “America’s Lawyer,” attorney Mike Papantonio takes on chemical company Dupont over its dumping of a carcinogenic toxin into the Ohio River – and speaks with attorney Gary Douglas about the suffering of many of the people living along the Ohio River Valley. Mike then talks to attorney Gloria Allred, about the latest updates on the Bill Cosby case and how the case changed legal rights for rape victims in California. Mike is then joined by legal journalist Mollye Barrows to discuss the possibility of an alleged murder being solved by Amazon’s personal assistant, Alexa. “America’s Lawyer” wraps up with a story highlighting a multi-billion dollar settlement between Canadian drivers and Volkswagen.

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