Kevin’s Law - Death Row and Prison Inmates - Part 2 - July 28, 2015

• June 16th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens the show jumping right into the phone calls. Our first caller from Atlanta GA, has an interesting question involving property theft in which the complex could be responsible. A caller relays a story about almost getting in a car accident with a belligerent man who threatened his life. Another caller has a question involving a friend who works for a prison and was threatened to smuggle something in for an inmate. This opens up an interesting discussion where Kevin reveals what its like to tour the Death Row wing of a prison, something he's had to do during his time working for the state.

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Kevin’s Law - Death Row and Prison Inmates - Part 1 - July 28, 2015

• June 16th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens the show jumping right into the phone calls. Our first caller from Atlanta GA, has an interesting question involving property theft in which the complex could be responsible. A caller relays a story about almost getting in a car accident with a belligerent man who threatened his life. Another caller has a question involving a friend who works for a prison and was threatened to smuggle something in for an inmate. This opens up an interesting discussion where Kevin reveals what its like to tour the Death Row wing of a prison, something he's had to do during his time working for the state.

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Kevin’s Law - Tolerance and Acceptance - Part 2 - July 14th 2015

• June 16th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with news about moving his middle son Parker into the Naval Academy of Annapolis. When then jump into a discussion about the Supreme Court ruling on Gay Marriage. We discuss how "tolerance" will continue to spread and wonder where it would end. For instance, if gay people can get married, then next, would be or should we be more tolerant towards polygamy under the same principles. You'd be surprise how the same people who stress how marriage between two consenting adults under the guise of love should be accepted, yet they're against polygamy because...press play to find out.

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Kevin’s Law - Tolerance and Acceptance - Part 1 - July 14th 2015

• June 16th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with news about moving his middle son Parker into the Naval Academy of Annapolis. When then jump into a discussion about the Supreme Court ruling on Gay Marriage. We discuss how "tolerance" will continue to spread and wonder where it would end. For instance, if gay people can get married, then next, would be or should we be more tolerant towards polygamy under the same principles. You'd be surprise how the same people who stress how marriage between two consenting adults under the guise of love should be accepted, yet they're against polygamy because...press play to find out.

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Kevin’s Law - The Confederate Flag and Gun Control - Part 2 - June 23rd, 2015

• June 2nd, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show jumping right into the topic of the Confederate flag coming down from the South Carolina capital building. Kevin's middle son, Parker will be leaving the nest to go to the Naval Academy in Annapolis. There's a funny story about one of the cadets and how serious they take themselves. And jumping back onto the topic of the Confederate Flag, we discuss how and why there was a prompt cause for removal, namely after a massacre and Pres. Obama's stance on gun control.

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Kevin’s Law - The Confederate Flag and Gun Control - Part 1 - June 23rd, 2015

• June 2nd, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show jumping right into the topic of the Confederate flag coming down from the South Carolina capital building. Kevin's middle son, Parker will be leaving the nest to go to the Naval Academy in Annapolis. There's a funny story about one of the cadets and how serious they take themselves. And jumping back onto the topic of the Confederate Flag, we discuss how and why there was a prompt cause for removal, namely after a massacre and Pres. Obama's stance on gun control.

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Kevin’s Law - Rachel Dolezal and the NAACP - Part 2 - June 16th 2015

• June 2nd, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show discussing upcoming changes in social media and how it won't change his life at all. Frank brings up an interesting discussion about a woman providing oral sex who releases intimate details to get back at client. A faithful listener calls in to talk about the loss of his father and what ailed him before his passing. There's thought provoking debate about role models for parents and children. And finally, the main topic of the night is Rachel Dolezal, the NAACP woman who pretended to be black.

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Kevin’s Law - Rachel Dolezal and the NAACP - Part 1 - June 16th 2015

• June 2nd, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show discussing upcoming changes in social media and how it won't change his life at all. Frank brings up an interesting discussion about a woman providing oral sex who releases intimate details to get back at client. A faithful listener calls in to talk about the loss of his father and what ailed him before his passing. There's thought provoking debate about role models for parents and children. And finally, the main topic of the night is Rachel Dolezal, the NAACP woman who pretended to be black.

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Kevin’s Law - Graduations and Funerals - Part 2 - June 2nd, 2015

• May 31st, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show wishing Frank a happy birthday. Kevin's youngest son Duncan gets his driver's license. Graduations are going on and Kevin speaks about how he sponsored a party for children in the area. Also, there's sad news as Kevin talks about his dog getting older and how he has to cope. This prefaces a story about a man named Shay Olay, who punches a dog owner in the face. Then, there's a creepy story coming out of Ohio where a funeral home ended up with a surplus of bodies because the family members haven't worked out the financial arrangements.

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Kevin’s Law - Graduations and Funerals - Part 1 - June 2nd, 2015

• May 31st, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show wishing Frank a happy birthday. Kevin's youngest son Duncan gets his driver's license. Graduations are going on and Kevin speaks about how he sponsored a party for children in the area. Also, there's sad news as Kevin talks about his dog getting older and how he has to cope. This prefaces a story about a man named Shay Olay, who punches a dog owner in the face. Then, there's a creepy story coming out of Ohio where a funeral home ended up with a surplus of bodies because the family members haven't worked out the financial arrangements.

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Kevin’s Law - The Waco Motorcycle Brawl - Part 2 - May 19th 2015

• May 31st, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show to talk about that intense brawl/shootout between rival motorcycle gangs and the police that took place in Waco, Texas. There's a heated discussion about the NFL draft and the Buccaneer's new prospect, Jameis Winston. And there's a whimsical "Story Time" where Kevin talks about the adventure of how he attended a Super Bowl in San Diego.

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Kevin’s Law - The Waco Motorcycle Brawl - Part 1 - May 19th 2015

• May 31st, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show to talk about that intense brawl/shootout between rival motorcycle gangs and the police that took place in Waco, Texas. There's a heated discussion about the NFL draft and the Buccaneer's new prospect, Jameis Winston. And there's a whimsical "Story Time" where Kevin talks about the adventure of how he attended a Super Bowl in San Diego.

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Kevin’s Law - Cinco De Mayo and Mugshots - Part 2 - May 5th, 2015

• May 26th, 2016

On this Cinco De Mayo edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show explaining the significance behind the date. Hayslett then talks about the national horse racing circuit. Jumping into legal issues, Kevin discusses the trend of companies collecting mugshots and having people pay them to get it removed from the internet. Apparently its a big deal with people sometimes being charged five grand just to have it hidden in search engines.

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Kevin’s Law - Cinco De Mayo and Mugshots - Part 1 - May 5th, 2015

• May 26th, 2016

On this Cinco De Mayo edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show explaining the significance behind the date. Hayslett then talks about the national horse racing circuit. Jumping into legal issues, Kevin discusses the trend of companies collecting mugshots and having people pay them to get it removed from the internet. Apparently its a big deal with people sometimes being charged five grand just to have it hidden in search engines.

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Kevin’s Law - Supreme Court & Gay Marriage - Part 2 - April 28th 2015

• May 26th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show regaling on the splendor of the Kentucky Derby. There was a great showing at Kevin's meet-and-greet. Fans came out. It was good food on the water. There was good fun and cheer. Kevin and Frank discuss the differences between Ybor City and downtown Dunedin. Jumping into the legal matters, Kevin discusses the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage. Then it happens...Frank and Rock get into probably their most heated debate on the issue where Frank feels its the Supreme Court's job to decide the matter instead of leaving it up to the states....and Rock opines that there's a perspective missing from their argument, how some people still choose to put God first which is why they may be against Gay Marriage.

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Kevin’s Law - Supreme Court & Gay Marriage - Part 1 - April 28th 2015

• May 26th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show regaling on the splendor of the Kentucky Derby. There was a great showing at Kevin's meet-and-greet. Fans came out. It was good food on the water. There was good fun and cheer. Kevin and Frank discuss the differences between Ybor City and downtown Dunedin. Jumping into the legal matters, Kevin discusses the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage. Then it happens...Frank and Rock get into probably their most heated debate on the issue where Frank feels its the Supreme Court's job to decide the matter instead of leaving it up to the states....and Rock opines that there's a perspective missing from their argument, how some people still choose to put God first which is why they may be against Gay Marriage.

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Kevin’s Law - Suicide and Young Depression - Part 2 - April 21, 2015

• May 19th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett is pumped up about the upcoming meet-and-greet. Jumping into the legal cases, there's a story about a four individuals in Indiana being charged with felony murder despite not killing anybody. A caller calls in with a tragic story involving a girl who ran out in front of his truck to commit suicide. This brings us to a very enlightening discussion about suicide and the effects of depression on young people. We then discuss the possibility of Jameis Winston joining the Buccaneers.

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Kevin’s Law - Suicide and Young Depression - Part 1 - April 21, 2015

• May 19th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett is pumped up about the upcoming meet-and-greet. Jumping into the legal cases, there's a story about a four individuals in Indiana being charged with felony murder despite not killing anybody. A caller calls in with a tragic story involving a girl who ran out in front of his truck to commit suicide. This brings us to a very enlightening discussion about suicide and the effects of depression on young people. We then discuss the possibility of Jameis Winston joining the Buccaneers.

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Kevin’s Law - The South Carolina Church Shooting - Part 2 - April 14th, 2016

• May 19th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show advertising his next meet and greet for fans and colleagues alike. Jumping into the legal cases, Jodi Arias gets life in prison for the murder of her significant other. Apparently Rock finds indicted murderesses very attractive. We field some questions from callers, one being about maintenance for an apartment complex and damage done to the renter's property. We also talk about a police shooting taking place in Charleston, South Carolina...and surprisingly how well the people behaved in the aftermath.

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Kevin’s Law - The South Carolina Church Shooting - Part 1 - April 14th, 2016

• May 19th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show advertising his next meet and greet for fans and colleagues alike. Jumping into the legal cases, Jodi Arias gets life in prison for the murder of her significant other. Apparently Rock finds indicted murderesses very attractive. We field some questions from callers, one being about maintenance for an apartment complex and damage done to the renter's property. We also talk about a police shooting taking place in Charleston, South Carolina...and surprisingly how well the people behaved in the aftermath.

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Kevin’s Law - Indiana’s Freedom of Religion Act - Part 2 - March 31st 2015

• May 12th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show lamenting about the bad traffic due to spring breakers and spring training. We still welcome everyone to come visit, of course. Kevin's discussed the NCAA March Madness tournament and how Kentucky looks to be on the path of success. Kevin regales of his days playing backyard football and his love for the Miracle Dolphins of 1972. Jumping into the problems of U.S. law, Indiana is on the hot seat after the governor signed the Freedom of Religion act. According to some, the Freedom of Religion act will allow business owners to discriminate against Homosexuals.

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Kevin’s Law - Indiana’s Freedom of Religion Act - Part 1 - March 31st 2015

• May 12th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show lamenting about the bad traffic due to spring breakers and spring training. We still welcome everyone to come visit, of course. Kevin's discussed the NCAA March Madness tournament and how Kentucky looks to be on the path of success. Kevin regales of his days playing backyard football and his love for the Miracle Dolphins of 1972. Jumping into the problems of U.S. law, Indiana is on the hot seat after the governor signed the Freedom of Religion act. According to some, the Freedom of Religion act will allow business owners to discriminate against Homosexuals.

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Kevin’s Law - Racist Oklahoma Students - Part 2 - March 24th 2015

• May 12th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show coming back from a cold. He updates us on his obsession with "Better Call Saul" and Rock has to suppress stories about his fighting days on the elementary school playground. One of our most faithful listeners, the girl from Oregon gets married. We get into current stories, one of which involves a mall Easter Bunny who had failed to provide a background check. Another story involves a woman named Kelly Johansson who collected a lump sum of money on the bases that she had Stage 4 cancer which turns out to be a hoax. There's also a story about a McDonald's patron who walks into a restaurant who receive a burger...but it was missing bacon??? And finally, we touch base on a story where three kids are kicked out of an Oklahoma college due to racial comments they made on a bus.

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Kevin’s Law - Racist Oklahoma Students - Part 1 - March 24th 2015

• May 12th, 2016

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show coming back from a cold. He updates us on his obsession with "Better Call Saul" and Rock has to suppress stories about his fighting days on the elementary school playground. One of our most faithful listeners, the girl from Oregon gets married. We get into current stories, one of which involves a mall Easter Bunny who had failed to provide a background check. Another story involves a woman named Kelly Johansson who collected a lump sum of money on the bases that she had Stage 4 cancer which turns out to be a hoax. There's also a story about a McDonald's patron who walks into a restaurant who receive a burger...but it was missing bacon??? And finally, we touch base on a story where three kids are kicked out of an Oklahoma college due to racial comments they made on a bus.

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Kevin’s Law - Basing a Movement on a Lie - Part 2 - March 17 2015

• April 12th, 2016

On this St. Patrick's Day edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett discusses his vacation plans and updates his fans with his latest shenanigans. He goes into great deal discussing the facts of life surrounding parenting, with all three of his sons approaching new chapters in their life. Jumping into legal cases, we discuss an incident out of Indiana where two girls were filmed beating each other up and how the video goes viral. Kevin also discusses how a lot of the racially charged incidences seem to escalate when individuals like Michael Brown resist arrest. There's an interesting discussion of how many of these cases only go to trial based on purported circumstances that turn out to be false.

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