America’s Lawyer: Jeff Sessions attacks Baltimore police reform & Nestle’s water wars

On this episode of America’s Lawyer, Mike Papantonio discusses why there are 4,000 deaths a year on average from trucking accidents and speaks with attorney, Stewart Guss, about how deregulation has led to more accidents. Mike then talks to former Baltimore police sergeant, Michael Wood Jr., about police reform in Baltimore and whether consent decrees address the root of police brutality. Mike is then joined by Farron Cousins, Executive Editor of the Trial Lawyer Magazine, to discuss Nestle’s water extraction efforts in the San Bernardino National Forest. America’s Lawyer wraps up the show by highlighting  a settlement between prosecutors and two men wrongly convicted of a heinous crime in 1983.

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