Kevin’s Law - The ALS Ice Bucket Challenges - Part 2 - August 19th 2014

• July 2nd, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with the latest trend that seems to be hitting America, and that is the ALS Ice Bucket challenge. He goes into detail of how it helped to spread awareness and provide solidarity to those affected by ALS. We also touch base on the recent Robin Williams story in the wake of his suicide. We also begin the start of the Ferguson nightmare.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)


Kevin’s Law - The ALS Ice Bucket Challenges - Part 1 - August 19th 2014

• July 2nd, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with the latest trend that seems to be hitting America, and that is the ALS Ice Bucket challenge. He goes into detail of how it helped to spread awareness and provide solidarity to those affected by ALS. We also touch base on the recent Robin Williams story in the wake of his suicide. We also begin the start of the Ferguson nightmare.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - Kevin’s Colorado Adventures - Part 2 - August 12th 2014

• July 2nd, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, we welcome Kevin Hayslett back from a couple of whimsical weeks in the Centennial state known as Colorado. He relays a funny story of how a friend let him use their 15.million dollar Colorado home, which happens to be neighbors to Robert Wagner. A caller calls in with questions surrounding his arrest after getting in a fight and receiving a restraining order from his girlfriend. Kevin starts to gush over the news of "Breaking Bad's" spinoff "Better Call Saul". Another caller asks about a friend who let their home go up for foreclosure but the move out date was sooner than expected. Kevin also reveals an exhilarating bike trail in Colorado where he falls, and its captured on a GoPro cam.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - Kevin’s Colorado Adventures - Part 1 - August 12th 2014

• July 2nd, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, we welcome Kevin Hayslett back from a couple of whimsical weeks in the Centennial state known as Colorado. He relays a funny story of how a friend let him use their 15.million dollar Colorado home, which happens to be neighbors to Robert Wagner. A caller calls in with questions surrounding his arrest after getting in a fight and receiving a restraining order from his girlfriend. Kevin starts to gush over the news of "Breaking Bad's" spinoff "Better Call Saul". Another caller asks about a friend who let their home go up for foreclosure but the move out date was sooner than expected. Kevin also reveals an exhilarating bike trail in Colorado where he falls, and its captured on a GoPro cam.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - Kevin’s Colorado Adventures - Part 1 - August 12th 2014

• July 2nd, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, we welcome Kevin Hayslett back from a couple of whimsical weeks in the Centennial state known as Colorado. He relays a funny story of how a friend let him use their 15.million dollar Colorado home, which happens to be neighbors to Robert Wagner. A caller calls in with questions surrounding his arrest after getting in a fight and receiving a restraining order from his girlfriend. Kevin starts to gush over the news of "Breaking Bad's" spinoff "Better Call Saul". Another caller asks about a friend who let their home go up for foreclosure but the move out date was sooner than expected. Kevin also reveals an exhilarating bike trail in Colorado where he falls, and its captured on a GoPro cam.


Comments




Kevin’s Law - The Law of Sexual Harassment - Part 2 - July 29th 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show talking about his television appearance where she gave a forecast of the Julie Schenecker. This is the woman who wrote a diary about killing her children and was convicted on two counts of first degree murder. She raised an insanity defense, but Kevin Hayslett explains why the insanity defense didn't fly. Then, the calls start pouring in. A caller calls in with a question who broke a partnership off with a business partner and is $10,000 in debt with legal fees. Another caller asks a friend who was arrested for disorderly conduct for fighting. Another call asks about paying child support for his 21-year-old daughter, but the money's been going to his spouse.

Then we get into a provocative discussion about what constitutes as sexual harassment and how people have seem to label even the slightest offenses as such.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - The Law of Sexual Harassment - Part 1 - July 29th 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show talking about his television appearance where she gave a forecast of the Julie Schenecker. This is the woman who wrote a diary about killing her children and was convicted on two counts of first degree murder. She raised an insanity defense, but Kevin Hayslett explains why the insanity defense didn't fly. Then, the calls start pouring in. A caller calls in with a question who broke a partnership off with a business partner and is $10,000 in debt with legal fees. Another caller asks a friend who was arrested for disorderly conduct for fighting. Another call asks about paying child support for his 21-year-old daughter, but the money's been going to his spouse.

Then we get into a provocative discussion about what constitutes as sexual harassment and how people have seem to label even the slightest offenses as such.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - Bergdahl Controversy - Part 2 - July 22, 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett and Frank open up with disbelief towards Rock who isn't aware of Van Halen's most popular songs. The callers start pouring in right away with a woman who wants to know if its legal to accidentally record a person who's talking about a crime. Another caller asks a question about a copyright for music and how someone can use lyrics for a commercial. Then we dive into the recent controversy surrounding Bowe Bergdahl and how he was traded in exchanged for the release of a group of enemy terrorists.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - Bergdahl Controversy - Part 1 - July 22, 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett and Frank open up with disbelief towards Rock who isn't aware of Van Halen's most popular songs. The callers start pouring in right away with a woman who wants to know if its legal to accidentally record a person who's talking about a crime. Another caller asks a question about a copyright for music and how someone can use lyrics for a commercial. Then we dive into the recent controversy surrounding Bowe Bergdahl and how he was traded in exchanged for the release of a group of enemy terrorists.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - World Cup Problems - Part 2 - July 8th 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, we start off with hilarious technical difficulties as Rock Kitaro tries to revive Kevin's iPad so he can press his funny bumpers and story intros. Since we're well into the World Cup, a discussion about Germany playing against Brazil comes up and how the U.S. is no longer in it. This leads into an interesting discussion about how ESPN allegedly attacked twitter pages because they struck a $300 million dollar deal to own the rights to the world cup. To distract the players at the World Cup, turns out fans are pointing lasers at the goal keepers to attack the opposing teams.

There's also an interesting story about a fan who fell asleep at a Yankees game, and now is suing a broadcast company for $10 million for making fun of him. ...yep... Let the good times roll.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - World Cup Problems - Part 1 - July 8th 2014

• June 30th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, we start off with hilarious technical difficulties as Rock Kitaro tries to revive Kevin's iPad so he can press his funny bumpers and story intros. Since we're well into the World Cup, a discussion about Germany playing against Brazil comes up and how the U.S. is no longer in it. This leads into an interesting discussion about how ESPN allegedly attacked twitter pages because they struck a $300 million dollar deal to own the rights to the world cup. To distract the players at the World Cup, turns out fans are pointing lasers at the goal keepers to attack the opposing teams.

There's also an interesting story about a fan who fell asleep at a Yankees game, and now is suing a broadcast company for $10 million for making fun of him. ...yep... Let the good times roll.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - The Calls Pour In - Part 2 - July 1st 2014

• June 25th, 2015

On this Independence Day edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show going straight to the callers. A woman asks about surrender her home to the bank because the bank came in and changed the locks before any procedure or paper work began. Another call pours in, from a man who was in a car accident with the other driver threatening to kill him.

Our resident caller, Paul, calls in with a question about a friend of his who works for prison. Turns out this friend was accosted by an inmate who threatened her friends and family unless she picked up a package. Kevin Hayslett then reveals a story about his experience walking down death row in a maximum security prison.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - The Calls Pour In - Part 1- July 1st 2014

• June 25th, 2015

On this Independence Day edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show going straight to the callers. A woman asks about surrender her home to the bank because the bank came in and changed the locks before any procedure or paper work began. Another call pours in, from a man who was in a car accident with the other driver threatening to kill him.

Our resident caller, Paul, calls in with a question about a friend of his who works for prison. Turns out this friend was accosted by an inmate who threatened her friends and family unless she picked up a package. Kevin Hayslett then reveals a story about his experience walking down death row in a maximum security prison.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - The Government’s Role in Parenting - Part 2 - June 24th, 2014

• June 18th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show discussing his travels around the southeast U.S. touring for colleges for his second eldest son, Parker. Next, Kevin opens up a thought-provoking conversation about how mainstream media has gradually transformed into tabloid media where the major networks are chasing stories about celebrities as opposed to more important issues. A mother was charged with putting a heart-shaped tattoo on her 12-year-old daughter's arm. One of our favorite callers, Paul, weighs in on that topic to give his opinion on parenting. Then, another caller poses a question about GAP insurance after his girlfriend was involved in an auto accident. Another caller calls in to debate our Frank on the issue of the government's role in parenting. Thus, parenting and a lack there of becomes the issue of the day.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - The Government’s Role in Parenting - Part 1 - June 24th, 2014

• June 18th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show discussing his travels around the southeast U.S. touring for colleges for his second eldest son, Parker. Next, Kevin opens up a thought-provoking conversation about how mainstream media has gradually transformed into tabloid media where the major networks are chasing stories about celebrities as opposed to more important issues. A mother was charged with putting a heart-shaped tattoo on her 12-year-old daughter's arm. One of our favorite callers, Paul, weighs in on that topic to give his opinion on parenting. Then, another caller poses a question about GAP insurance after his girlfriend was involved in an auto accident. Another caller calls in to debate our Frank on the issue of the government's role in parenting. Thus, parenting and a lack there of becomes the issue of the day.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - “Free Speech and Montana Judges - Part 2 - June 17th 2014

• June 16th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with a shout out to resident author Rock Kitaro who started publishing his first novel, "The Three Kings of Ybor". Jumping into a Free Speech case, Haylsett talks about a preacher who was arrested for violating a "noise ordinance," but Haylsett got the case dismissed due to the fact that the arrest was unconstitutional. Hayslett gives an in depth explanation about what the state defines as "disorderly conduct". This opens up an interesting debate about where the line is drawn in terms of social media and what people can say or post online.

We also give an update on the Montana judge who sentenced a teacher to just 31 days in jail for raping a fourteen year old student and the controversial statements the judge made toward the student. This of course prompts another whimsical tale from Kevin's Story Time

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - “Free Speech and Montana Judges - Part 1 - June 17th 2014

• June 16th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with a shout out to resident author Rock Kitaro who started publishing his first novel, "The Three Kings of Ybor". Jumping into a Free Speech case, Haylsett talks about a preacher who was arrested for violating a "noise ordinance," but Haylsett got the case dismissed due to the fact that the arrest was unconstitutional. Hayslett gives an in depth explanation about what the state defines as "disorderly conduct". This opens up an interesting debate about where the line is drawn in terms of social media and what people can say or post online.

We also give an update on the Montana judge who sentenced a teacher to just 31 days in jail for raping a fourteen year old student and the controversial statements the judge made toward the student. This of course prompts another whimsical tale from Kevin's Story Time

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - “Kevin’s Search Warrant Adventure” Part 2 - June 10th 2014

• May 26th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with updates of his social media sites and current news surrounding the next meet-and-greet. We then go into the story of Declan Farmer, an Olympian who grew up near Kevin's home who participated in the recent Russian Special Olympics. A discussion opens up about the standards for our country in the U.S. where the bar has lowered so much over the years, but is it for better or worst? There's an interesting story coming out of Texas involving the death of a three-month-old boy due to malnutrition. And amongst the variety of questions Kevin answers, he goes into details to explain the circumstance of how search warrants are issued and executed. On one situation, Kevin even went with the police in the field to help issue the search warrant.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - “Kevin’s Search Warrant Adventure” Part 1 - June 10th 2014

• May 26th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with updates of his social media sites and current news surrounding the next meet-and-greet. We then go into the story of Declan Farmer, an Olympian who grew up near Kevin's home who participated in the recent Russian Special Olympics. A discussion opens up about the standards for our country in the U.S. where the bar has lowered so much over the years, but is it for better or worst? There's an interesting story coming out of Texas involving the death of a three-month-old boy due to malnutrition. And amongst the variety of questions Kevin answers, he goes into details to explain the circumstance of how search warrants are issued and executed. On one situation, Kevin even went with the police in the field to help issue the search warrant.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - “Yes All Women” Part 1 - May 27th 2014

• May 26th, 2015

On this sunny edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show welcoming Rock Kitaro back to the show after visiting Colorado for his cousin's graduation. Then comes the heavy stuff...this show comes on the heels of the Santa Monica massacre where a gunmen went on a shooting rampage and left a manifesto of criticizing women. This of course sparked national debate and a feminist fervor, starting with the hashtag trend "yes all women". Kevin also touches base on a story involving a US marine who's been in imprisoned in Tijuana for a gun charge.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - May 20th 2014 - Teacher Student Relationships Part 2

• May 14th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with an update on the Julie Schnedecker case. This is the case that involves a mother who killed her children while her husband was with the army in Afghanistan. Julie raised an insanity defense but was ultimately convicted. A caller calls in about a legal question who wanted to end his partnership with his business partner. Our regular caller, Paul, has a question about a friend receiving a disorderly conduct charge for inciting a fight. A father also calls in with a question about whether or not he should sue his ex-wife for lying about their child's living conditions for continued child support payments. The main topic of conversation involves the epidemic of Teacher's engaging in relationships with their male students.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - May 20th 2014 - Teacher Student Relationships

• May 14th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with an update on the Julie Schnedecker case. This is the case that involves a mother who killed her children while her husband was with the army in Afghanistan. Julie raised an insanity defense but was ultimately convicted. A caller calls in about a legal question who wanted to end his partnership with his business partner. Our regular caller, Paul, has a question about a friend receiving a disorderly conduct charge for inciting a fight. A father also calls in with a question about whether or not he should sue his ex-wife for lying about their child's living conditions for continued child support payments. The main topic of conversation involves the epidemic of Teacher's engaging in relationships with their male students.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - May 13th 2014 - Mother’s Day Drama Part 2

• May 14th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show wishing every mother a warm Mother's Day. Right away callers pour in about legal questions about court procedures and how to file lawsuits. During the first call, Kevin reminisces about the days when children were paddled in school as a form of discipline and how much things have changed since then. Another caller asks about a man who wants custody for their child, even though another man is listed as the father on the child's birth certificate. In New York, there's a case where people are calling for a school board's resignation for referring to a woman as "chubby wubby".

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - May 13th 2014 - Mother’s Day Drama Part 1

• May 14th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show wishing every mother a warm Mother's Day. Right away callers pour in about legal questions about court procedures and how to file lawsuits. During the first call, Kevin reminisces about the days when children were paddled in school as a form of discipline and how much things have changed since then. Another caller asks about a man who wants custody for their child, even though another man is listed as the father on the child's birth certificate. In New York, there's a case where people are calling for a school board's resignation for referring to a woman as "chubby wubby".

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




Kevin’s Law - May 6th 2014 - A Deadly Mother’s Journal - Part 2

• May 14th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, the show opens up with a hilarious bout of technical difficulties involving the intro. Kevin invites people to request a keychain. And Kevin revels in his recent Kentucky Derby visit, describing in great detail what its like to be there in person. One of legal issues receiving news coverage is the Julie Schnedeker case. This is the case where Julie was accused of killing her two children while her husband was fighting in the Army in Afghanistan. One of the key issues involving this case is the fact that Julie wrote a journal about killing her children and whether or not it would be admissible in court.

Listen Now:



Comments | Embed | Download | Plays (Loading)




« Older episodes ·

Quantcast