World-renowned criminal defense lawyer Mark Geragos reveals the latest in our nation's most high-profile legal cases with podcast king Adam Carolla. In addition to examining how current law affects society, current events are brought to the forefront, as Geragos brings significant details from past and present experiences. Geragos has made notable marks on the legal system while representing Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Susan McDougal, Colin Kaepernick and more.
Adam opens this week's episode of Reasonable Doubt asking Mark about any updates in Jussie Smollett's case and Jeffrey Epstein's suicide. After that the guys talk about the rampant increase in homelessness throughout Los Angeles and how to most effectively address the problem. Before they wrap Adam asks Mark for the latest on Colin Kaepernick and Jay-Z partnering with the NFL. Please Support Our Sponsor: TrueCar.com
Adam and Mark open this week's episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about how much more advanced they thought we would be as a society by the year 2020. Then Adam asks Mark about the fallout from the Mueller Report and how some of the Republicans in congress are answering back against the Democrats. For the remainder of the show, Adam and Mark talk about the case of up-and-coming football star Brian Banks who was falsely accused of rape and spent years in jail because of it before being exonerate...more
For this week's episode of Reasonable Doubt Mark talks about his own V Palm Springs Hotel being turned into the Taco Bell Hotel and him not being allowed to set foot on the premises. This reminds Adam of a time Jimmy Kimmel was asked to be on a talk show and requested Adam come with him. Please Support Our Sponsor: TrueCar.com
Adam and Mark jump in studio on a Saturday for an emergency episode of Reasonable Doubt to discuss the circumstances surrounding accused pedophile & human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein's death, reportedly by suicide.
Adam and Mark open today's episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about Kamala Harris not being a very progressive prosecutor and how that may come up in the upcoming election. Then Adam talks about when his kids were born, as well as some hot Mediterranean food takeout talk. After that the guys talk about how likely it is that Trump will be reelected President. Before they wrap Adam and Mark circle back to Kamal Harris and discuss the case of a seemingly innocent man who was accused of sexual assa...more
Adam and Mark open this week's episode of Reasonable Doubt going over Robert Mueller's congressional testimony with an emphasis on examining Texas Representative John Radcliffe's line of questioning. Then the guys talk briefly about the potential resignation of US Labor Secretary Alex Acosta. After that Mark asks Adam about a New Yorker article about former Senator Al Franken, which leads to a longer conversation about due process. Before they wrap the guys talk about the latest on Harvey Weinst...more
Adam and Mark open up talking about the fact that as you listen to this episode Adam is in Antifa hotbed Portland, OR performing stand up comedy. This leads to a conversation about the practicality and legality surrounding people wearing masks to obscure their identity. The guys also touch on the Daniel Shaver story out of Mesa, AZ before the conversation turns to the impending testimony of special prosecutor Robert Mueller & the recent testimony of Thomas Homan and the grandstanding that went ...more
Adam and Mark open the show by diving right into the recent news about millionaire sex offender Jeffrey Epstein and the new charges that the Southern District of New York is trying to bring against him despite his Non Prosecution Agreement from the Southern District of Florida. The guys also touch on the future of the legal battles of both Kevin Spacey & Harvey Weinstein before turning to Mesa, Arizona for an update on the Daniel Shaver case we've been following for several months. As the show ...more