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Why a convicted sex trafficker got off easy and new scandals in the CFPB

In this episode of America’s Lawyer, Mike Papantonio and Attorney Jeff Gaddy talk about why a billionaire by the name of Jeffrey Epstein, who was found to be running a sex-trafficking operation, only served a few months in jail. Mike then talks with Brigida Santos about how the lawyer who wrote a memo supporting Trump’s appointment to the CFPB represented a predatory foreign financial company with a substantial history of sketchy debt-collection routines. Then Mollye Barrows, legal journalist for The Trial Lawyer Magazine, talks with Mike about how the state of Tennessee sentenced an under-aged girl to life in prison.

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