In this edition of Kevin's Law, Kevin proudly coins the term "briefcase gate" in relations to the development surrounding the Bubba vs. MJ defamation lawsuit. He opens up the show discussing the astounding story of Christopher Dorner and how he's finally cornered in a manhunt. The suspicions surrounding the million dollar bounty on his head provided much to discuss. Also! Kevin talks about a historical event, in which the Pope resigns and how it was a "big deal" to a lot of people. Amongst our callers to the show, we have a very interesting question about getting an expungement for a possession of methamphetamine charges.
In this edition of Kevin's Law, we open up on the latest developments on the MJ vs Bubba trial surrounding the allegations of defamation. He breaks down the events leading up to MJ's lead counsel and how he's arrested for a DUI and how it's disclosed on Bubba's morning show. Kevin also dishes on the Super Bowl and how the lights went out during the broadcast. Among the callers, a listener asks about his record and which party to contact as far as getting his record cleared after he was expunged.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, Kevin Hayslett delivers yet another perfect show. From the Trayvon Martin incident to the Columbia prostitute scandal involving the secret service agents, Hayslett dishes on the current events, giving the perspective of an attorney and predicting where he sees the cases headed.
On a sad note, this show aired shortly after friend to the show, former NBA superstar Dwayne Schintzius passed away. And in a tribute, we replay segments of our funniest interview involving Schintzius college experience playing basketball for Florida. Amongst some of the more stunning news, Kevin pulls a story about a handcuffed six-year-old girl who was arrested for throwing a tandrum. There's an interesting "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" segment. And as per usual, Hayslett takes in calls from listeners, concerning their legal questions.
On this splendid edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett touches base on the Health Care reform that could go into effect in the state of Florida. And as the case of Trayvon Martin has had further developments revealed to the lime light over the past few weeks, Kevin talks about how those developments would play a part in the upcoming trial. Kevin goes on to mention how the case initially began as a "Stand Your Ground" issue, but slowly and surely the media has turned it into more of an issue of race.
We have, yet again, another surprise "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" segment. This time, involving a man dressed in an Easter Bunny costume stealing DVDs from a store.
As for the lovely calls from listeners of the show, we have the following
- On the issue of Trayvon Martin, a listener calls in an questions the legality of George Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch, carrying a gun and pulling the trigger when he sees fit.
- Woman calls to change her opinion on the Trayvon Martin incident, following the clarification that she heard that Zimmerman wasn't following Martin, but walking to get the correct building number to direct the police to where Martin was.
- Woman gives her opinion on the brutality of the "Stand Your Ground" law.
And finally, we end the show with an informative interview with an esteemed former Federal prosecutor and his take on the Trayvon Martin incident.
Attorney Kevin Hayslett returns with yet another perfect edition of Kevin's Law. On this episode, Hayslett kicks off by talking about Joseph Kony and the viral video and the possibility of Jason Russell being a fraud. We see the early developments of the Trayvon Martin Incident before it blows up and receives national attention. In talking about the Trayvon Martin incident, Hayslett explains Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law and how it differs from the "Castle Doctrine". Hayslett goes even further by playing the 911 call placed that night and how it could play a part as evidence of guilt or innocence in the Trayvon Martin case.
There's also a lovely "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" segment about a police officer who left his radio on while engaging in eyebrow raising activities. And of course, an edition of Kevin's Law just wouldn't be complete without its variety of questions from callers to the show. Among the callers in this episode:
- A former police officer who reluctantly resigned wonders if he has any available options to take, after he finds out that another officer was treated differently for a similar experience.
- Man was on a property looking at vehicles, he was stepping over bumpers (with cars being parked bumper to tail), and he hurt himself. He was wondering if he had grounds to sue the property owners.
- Man with a red light camera ticket wants more information about how detrimental it is to him.
- Man involved in an accident but wasn't at fault, wants to know why or how insurance companies can raise his rates.
In this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett begins the show reeling in happiness about daylight savings time. Of the stories he dishes on, there's an interesting yet tragic incident involving a teenage girl who had to have her arm amputated after playing video games for two days. He then speaks up about Joseph Kony in the wake of the viral video that amassed millions of views. We relive the sensation that was felt upon the release of Peyton Manning from the Colts. He rants about the Afghanistan debacle that stemmed from the misuse of the Koran and how the President apologizes for it.
Callers phone in to weigh in on the Afghanistan incident on how they feel about the President apologizing for the accidental burning of the book. One woman elaborates on how she feels afraid to leave the country because of how other countries view the average Americans with such disdain.
A caller calls about a Kid Rock concert she went to in Orlando where she was manhandled by security to leave the premises and she's seeking retribution.
And finally, Kevin discusses the story of a north Georgia Judge who pulled out a loaded gun and pointed at a victim just to illustrate to the individual that she was "killing her case."
Kevin's Law kicks off again, with attorney Kevin Hayslett conducting yet, another perfect show. He begins with providing insight on the tragic case of Danielle Mausley who was tased by a trooper and left in a vegetative state, the rise in gas prices and how it related to the presidential campaign. He talks about how police had to report to a mall due to a Nike shoe being released with mobs of consumers waiting to purchase it.
Mr. Hayslett also lightly touches base on the death of Whitney Houston and New Jersey Gov. Christie ordered the flags to be drawn at half mast on her behalf. A list of callers call into the show and give their opinions on whether or not they thought it was a good idea.
Towards the end of the show, Mr. Hayslett gets the expertise from former police chief, Tom Shamshak, who weighs in on whether or not the tasing of Ms. Danielle Mausley was a use of excessive force.
On this Valentines edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin's Haylsett encourages listeners to go out and do something special for their special someone. He talks about the Clint Eastwood commercial that got a lot of heat as a political ad. There's a "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" involving a bank robbery. He brings up a story about oxycodone and how two CVS pharmacies were shut down due to the high level of prescriptions being distributed. Amongst the lovely phone calls from listeners of the show, Kevin answers questions from the following:
- Man went to a concert and inhaled second-hand marijuana in an enclosed van, he wonders if the marijuana would be in his urine for an upcoming drug test.
- Previous caller from Miami calls back to give Kevin an update on her DUI situation.
- Marijuana dealer was busted back in 1989, and was just busted again for another felony marijuana possession, and wants to know if he can get it expunged.
- Man has a question about the interpretation of "probable cause" and how it could be determined.
On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin's Hayslett discussed the possible outcome of the upcoming Superbowl. He gives an update on how the police used GPS to track a cocaine dealer. There's a game show segment called "Where's Casey Anthony Now!" He then talks about the effect that stress had on the life of Joe Paterno, Kodak declaring bankruptcy, the trend of celebrities getting divorces and an update on the Republican nominees. And as per usual, Hayslett takes some lovely phone calls from the following listeners.
- Woman got a DUI from a police officer and tried to hit him off because the officer was searching her person.
- Complicated question from a Man who bought a piece of property but didn't have it transferred in his name before the previous owner died.
- Mother asks about the Tampa Gaspirilla parade where men and women are indecently exposed and she is concerned about her children.
- Wife calls about her husband who was arrested for an open alcohol container from his boat and wants to know if her husband's license would be suspended.
In this edition of Kevin's Law, Kevin Hayslett talks about a story coming out of the United Kingdom involving a 51-year-old mother who gave her daughter a voucher for liposuction for Christmas. He also pulls up a story about a 10-year-old student who ate his slice of pizza into the shape of a handgun and pretended to shoot it at classmates, and was sentenced to two weeks at the "silent table". And as per usual, Hayslett answers interesting questions from callers of the show about the following. - Man let his 19-year-old ride his motorcycle and the son wrecked it without an endorsement.
- Man's girlfriend works at a convenient store and didn't card an undercover ATF agent for buying alcohol.
- Man broke into a cigarette machine when he was 18-years-old and wanted to buy a gun. Three months later, ATF told him that he couldn't have a gun due to being a convicted felon.
-Man who was charged with careless driving and has to appear in front of a judge.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett provides us with a "Best of" show featuring the most memorable phone calls of 2011. Of those phone calls, you'll get a chance to relive incidents such as...
- Man in California wants parental rights from a child's father who is in prison for robbing banks.
- Man who's brother-in-law was in a head on collision and charged with intoxication assault.
- Man who's arrested after running from the cops with an illegal substance in his car
- Man who wants to know if shooting his girlfriend would be self-defense
- Man who was chased down by a cop and pinned down at his front door step.
- Man who was tasered in Ybor by accident. The officer was trying to taze his friends.
In this Christmas edition of Kevin's Law, Kevin Hayslett starts off the show with an update on how Lindsay Lohan will be spending her Christmas. He then touches base on the Purple Heart debacle in which 9,000 ornaments were sent out to families of soldiers. He reveals a story about how a father finds out that his daughter is a prostitute. And as per usual, Hayslett answers wonderful phone calls about the following:
Man who was busted for Meth possession and wants to possess a firearm so he wants to get a charge off of his record
Man who's 13 year old son was found carrying marijuana in his backpack. The marijuana was put there by the son's older brother and now the son is facing expulsion.
Man who was charged with possession of a "green plant like substance" in Tennessee.
Man who wants car insurance for his daughter but wants to insulate himself from liability.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett goes right into the updates surrounding Conrad Murray and his four year sentence. Haylsett explains that one of the things that puts Murray in hot water is the interview he gives which more or less incriminated himself. We touch base on the Jerry Sandusky scandal. There's a "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" involving a woman who armed herself with pepper spray on Black Friday. Kevin Hayslett then answers phone calls for the following:
Man wanting his record expunged for a written threat to do bodily injury.
Man wanting to help son who served years in prison for stalking
Woman who was discharged from the military and didn't want to put on a job application that she served in the military.
On this edition of Kevin's Law, Kevin Hayslett dishes on the wrap-up of the Conrad Murray Case in which the defendant was found guilty of the involuntary manslaughter of Michael Jackson. He talks about a Judge out of Texas who was caught on film, beating his sixteen year old daughter. He talks about an unusual story involving a drunk moose that gets stuck in a tree. There's a "Smarter than a Lawbreaker" segment about hunting season. He then goes straight to the phone calls involving the following:
A man arrested of criminal mischief in which the woman who pressed charges, lied about the incident.
A question about bankruptcy with married couples.
Kevin ends the show with an intriguing interview with DUI expert Steven Daniels involving the fallacies of breathalyzer machines.
On this special Halloween edition of Kevin's Law, Kevin Hayslett dishes on the topic of Amy Winehouse dying of "misadventure" whose blood alcohol level was a .4, five times over the legal limit by Florida standards. And of course, he takes phone calls from the following listeners:
Man arrested for marijuana possession has a question about sealing and expungment
Man arrested for several convictions including forging $2,700 worth of bad checks
Man who was arrested for trying to buy drugs from an undercover officer.
And finally, in the spirit of Halloween, Kevin interviews a man who digs graves for a living.
On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett dishes on Charlie Sheen winning his lawsuit, the Conrad Murray trial and how many drugs were given to Michael Jackson, a woman being lashed for driving in Saudi Arabia. And of course, he takes lovely phone calls from listeners, involving:
Conceal Weapons Permits with a lost weapon.
Question about whether or not to blow if pulled over for DUI
Woman trying to hide a speeding ticket from her husband.
And finally, Kevin engages in an interview with Justin. Justin suffers from PTSD incurred from his time in military service. Since then, he's been commissioned a service dog, and due to his dog, he was denied service at a restaurant.
On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett ushers in the impending football season. He also comments on the Roast of Charlie Sheen, an article about Gov. Rick Scott that talks about a new program promoting a urine test for government assisted recipients and ends the show on how Wesley Snipe's appeal was denied.
He also takes phone calls from listeners involving the following...
- A man was "harassed" by the police asks for loopholes in the law to aide in his job of selling drugs.
- A man was arrested for speeding and reckless driving.
- A man's wife owes her ex-husband over $50,000 in child support and he wants to know if there's a law if she can't be prosecuted for it.
- A man's buddy who's in jail was charged with pawning a stolen ring.
On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett comments on the Conrad Murray case involving that of Michael Jackson's death. He also explains several defenses one can use in beating a red light ticket and an update on where Casey Anthony is.
He also takes phone calls from listeners involving the following...
- Woman received a ticket in the mail from a Red Light Camera
- Woman involved in a non-fault car accident
- Woman's daughter got into a club with a fake ID.
Kevin Hayslett is then joined for an interview with Judge William Overton who goes more in depth about the issue of DUIs and how severe the problem has become over the years.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett touches base on the aftermath of the Casey Anthony trial and the controversy in Washington involving the debt ceiling.
He then takes phone calls from viewers
- Man trying to expunge a case where he was arrested for hitting his girlfriend over a decade ago.
- Man was arrested for DUI and his license was taken away.
- Man was arrested for several charges ranging from armed robbery and armed burglary.
Attorney Kevin Hayslett then ends the show with information on a possession law in Florida being found unconstitutional by a judge here in Florida.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett touches base on the Casey Anthony trial following her verdict of not guilty amidst the media circus surrounding the case. Listeners of the show also phoned in to give their opinions on the verdict, some favorable, some not so pleasant. Amongst the phone calls, another attorney phoned in to give some valuable insight on the case and another listener gives a surprising thought where he felt that prosecutor insulted the jury's intelligence.
We then have an interesting phone call about a man's wife who was raped when she was younger and the unresolved problems have surfaced in the marriage.
On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett discusses the controversy surrounding the politician Anthony Weiner and his scandal of posting photos of himself online. He also takes phone calls from the public ranging from the following...
- Man accused of trafficking over 2,000lbs of marijuana
- Man arrested on his boat for a BUI
- Man who was almost evicted from his apartment complex
And lastly, Kevin gets former NBA player Dwayne Schintzius on the phone to get his insight on the NBA playoffs and why the Heat lost against the Mavericks.
On this episode of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett asks the public for their opinion on which case they think had a more profound impact, the Casey Anthony trial or the OJ Simpson trial. He also answers phone calls from...
- Man claiming that the police in Indiana can search through a person's home without a warrant.
- A man involved in an accident asks whether he should contact an attorney for personal injury or worker's compensation.
- Man who was arrested for hitting his wife
- Man with a crack problem fled from the police because the officers were in plain clothes and accompanied by a police dog.
Then, Kevin is joined by Anthony Lowrie who shares his story on how he was arrested and prosecuted for speaking on street corners.
On this episode of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett answers phone calls from the following...
- Man who was arrested for domestic battery, due to nosy neighbors
- Woman calling on behalf of her brother in law, who was accused of strangling her sister in law.
- Man who took the wrap for his wife's crime and asks for advice towards a second offense.
- Commercial Truck Driver who was ticketed for watching Netflix on an open device
We also have an insightful interview with Judge William Overton who gives advice on the "dos and don'ts" involving ones appearance for court.
In this episode of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett answers phone calls for the following...
- About cops having to be truthful. ie. If you're selling drugs and you ask an undercover officer if he's a cop, do they have to be truthful?
- Man asks about expunging a case where he was hitting mailboxes as a prank over twenty years ago.
- Man who was convicted of marijuana wants his record expunged
And the show ends with Kevin's memorable interview with NBA superstar, Dwayne Schintzius. Schintzius recalls his days playing for Florida and an infamous incident where a fight outside a bar, led to Florida's first NCAA championship.
On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett takes phone calls and answers questions on the following...
- Girl's boyfriend being pulled over for a felony traffic offense and is a multiple offender.
- A remarkable story about a man's night, where he was driving as his license was suspended. Police do a u-turn as they see him driving. They follow him home and kick his face into the welcome mat.
- Man's fiance purchased a "salvaged vehicle".
Then Kevin engages in a sit-down interview with "Bubba's Cop" to elaborate on some rumors that the general public seem to believe about the police. Some of the topics they discuss are...
- Probable Cause
- Miranda Rights
- People who talk themselves into an arrest
- Your "one phone call"
- Cops not showing up for a traffic ticket, means you win
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