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Kendall Coffey

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Spinning the Law Kendall Coffey

Forcing people to vote is a violation of The Constitution.

See the interview here. Transcription: Obama: In Australia and some other countries there is mandatory voting. It would be transformative if everybody voted. That would counteract money more than anything. If everybody voted, then it would completely change the political map in this country.   Malzberg: You mean fundamentally change the political map? Welcome back […]

Kendall Coffey: Hillary’s Emails, Darren Wilson’s Charges

(Video Clip of Attorney General, Eric Holder) Eric Holder: Our findings and our conclusions are the facts do not support the filing of criminal charges against Officer Darren Wilson in this case. Michael Brown’s death, though a tragedy, did not involve prosecutable conduct on the part of Officer Wilson. Steve Malzberg: Alright folks joining us […]

Spinning the Law Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey: McDonnell, Dershowitz, and Ferguson

Steve Malzberg and Kendall Coffey discuss the corruption and possible appeal of former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, unsubstantiated claims against Alan Dershowitz and a Ferguson Grand Juror’s appeal to speak with the media. Steve Malzberg: Ladies and  gentleman we haven’t heard that in quite a while but I’m glad to say we’re hearing it now […]

Spinning the Law Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey on the legal rights of suspects Part 3

Kendall Coffey on Spinning the Law with Steve Malzberg to discuss the legal rights of suspects Part 3 See Part 1 here: http://kendallcoffeyinterviews.com/kendall-coffey-legal-rights-suspects-part-2 MALZBERG:  All right, we’re talking to Kendall Coffey, a famed attorney and author of a book called Spinning the Law, and we’re spinning the law with him.  Let’s go with something that happened—I […]

Spinning the Law Kendall Coffey

Kendall Coffey on the legal rights of suspects Part 2

Kendall Coffey on Spinning the Law with Steve Malzberg to discuss the legal rights of suspects Part 2 See Part 1 here: http://kendallcoffeyinterviews.com/kendall-coffey-legal-rights-suspects-part-1 STEVE MALZBERG: My question to you is, and I don’t know if you know this or not, and you may not, but is it common for people who would have their visas revoked […]