Kevin’s Law - “Kevin’s Search Warrant Adventure” Part 2 - June 10th 2015

• 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.

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Kevin’s Law - “Kevin’s Search Warrant Adventure” Part 1 - June 10th 2015

• 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.

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Kevin’s Law - “Yes All Women” Part 1 - May 27th 2015

• 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.

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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.

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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.

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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".

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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".

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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.

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Kevin’s Law - May 6th 2014 - A Deadly Mother’s Journal - Part 1

• 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.

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Kevin’s Law - April 29th - Police and Phone Texts

• May 12th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with an ironic story involving a girl who got into a car accident while texting a facebook message about how much she liked the song, "Happy". It opens up a discussion about people texting while driving and why people feel a need to do so. There's also a supreme court decision regarding whether or not police would need a warrant to search suspect's phones and if their text messages can be used against them. This sparks a massive debate, as many callers call in to weigh in on the subject.

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Kevin’s Law - April 22nd 2014 - Part 2

• May 12th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett fields a number of phone calls, starting with answering a caller's question where she surrendered her home to the bank, only the bank changed the locks before any papers were signed. Paul calls in to ask about a friend who works for the prison system and is being threatened into smuggling something in for an inmate. Another caller discusses a circumstance of road rage where he was forced to brandish a gun.

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Kevin’s Law - April 22nd 2014 - Part 1

• May 7th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett fields a number of phone calls, starting with answering a caller's question where she surrendered her home to the bank, only the bank changed the locks before any papers were signed. Paul calls in to ask about a friend who works for the prison system and is being threatened into smuggling something in for an inmate. Another caller discusses a circumstance of road rage where he was forced to brandish a gun.

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Kevin’s Law - April 15th 2014 - Part 2

• May 7th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show with the recent news of a missing airliner out of Malaysia that's seem to have captured the attention of the entire world. He then goes into an interesting story about a girl who's suing her parents because she wanted them to continue to pay for her lifestye. A caller calls in with an interesting question about whether or not you can arm yourself with a weapon in a house that doesn't belong to you. In the second hour (part 2), Kevin opens up an interesting conversation about pets and children being mauled by dogs.

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Kevin’s Law - April 15th 2014 - Part 1

• May 7th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens up the show with the recent news of a missing airliner out of Malaysia that's seem to have captured the attention of the entire world. He then goes into an interesting story about a girl who's suing her parents because she wanted them to continue to pay for her lifestye. A caller calls in with an interesting question about whether or not you can arm yourself with a weapon in a house that doesn't belong to you. In the second hour (part 2), Kevin opens up an interesting conversation about pets and children being mauled by dogs.

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Kevin’s Law - April 8th 2014 - The Visit to Howard Stern’s office

• April 16th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up about his first interview with Sirius radio when he visited their facilities in New York and his encounter with a number of celebrities who were there to visit Howard Stern. He then discusses the polarizing issue of gun control in the aftermath of a recent shooting of a home invader. In that case, a forty year old was trying to enter a family's home. The son fired a warning shot, but the forty year old still tried to enter. When he was inside the family's home, the son and the father opened fire on him.

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Kevin’s Law - April 1st, 2014 - April Fools Day

• April 16th, 2015

On this April Fools edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up with the case of Julie Schenecker. Kevin appeared on the local 24 hour news show BayNews 9 to discuss the case where Julie was accused of killing her two children while their father was fighting in Afghanistan. Schenecker's attorneys were planning to use the insanity defense and Kevin Hayslett breaks down what her attorneys would have to prove. He then touches base on a throwback to the early 90s where MilliVanilli turned out to be frauds. We also talk about an Atlanta mall cop who's accosted by a mother who relentlessly harassed him.

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Kevin’s Law - March 25th 2014 - A Culture Change

• March 19th, 2015

On this sprawling edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show with praise towards his friend's son who's on the Para-Olympic Hockey team at Sochi. Kevin then asks "what has happened to society" when it comes to the culture of flight traveling. He examines how much things have changed since the 60s and 70s and how the rules keep changing about what is and isn't acceptable. Kevin also answers questions from callers and individuals who e-mail into the show, in particular a question about search warrants and if people needed to receive copies of a search warrant for police to search their possessions.

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Kevin’s Law - March 18th 2014 - The Missing Malaysian Airliner

• March 19th, 2015

Today marks the first edition of Kevin's Law in which he takes on the two-hour time slot. Speaking on current events, attorney Kevin Hayslett touched base on the missing Malaysian airliner and how the entire world seems enthralled with the mystery of it. There's a high school senior in Missouri who sued her parents because she wanted them to pay for her college tuition, her cell phone bill and her hairdo. Kevin also explains how setting up deadly traps in your home may not be used as a viable self-defense defense in homicides.

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Kevin’s Law - March 11th 2014 - Suing the Carnival Cruise Company

• March 19th, 2015

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett of the law firm of Carlson, Messner, Hart & Haylsett, opens up the show with a shoutout to his wife Melisa and their upcoming anniversary. News comes out from the Gulf of Mexico where the Carnival Cruise liner had to be towed to Mobile, Alabama with passengers still in the process of suing the company for $5,000 a month for the rest of their lives. Out of Pontiac, Michigan, there was an interesting case where it turns out that a woman died years before she was discovered because she had all of her bills paid through automation. There's also a tragic case where a woman drove her mini-van into the surf of Daytona Beach and claimed she did it due to abuse she faced in her marriage.

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Kevin’s Law - March 4th 2014 - The Judge of the Oscar Pistorius Case

• March 19th, 2015

On this awesome edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Haylsett opens the show with a recap of his fun-filled weekend and fielding legal questions from the Shannon Burke Show. He also gives us an update on the Oscar Pistorius, the Olympic blade runner who shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Kevin explains that in South Africa, where the trial is being held, there isn't a jury, but only a single judge who decides whether someone is guilty or not. Kevin Hayslett weighs in.

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Kevin’s Law - February 25th 2014 - The Oddities of the Sochi Olympics

• March 12th, 2015

On this amazing episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett opens up the show bragging about how he beat the singer, Joe Walsh from the Eagles, in a celebrity golf tournament. We touch base on the Sochi Winter Olympics and how Rock seems to have become enamored by the female figure skaters. Apparently there was a lot of ridicule surrounding the Sochi Winter Olympics due to the odd living conditions the athletes were faced with and the excessive amount of money that went into the event. Then we touch base on an odd Florida case of stalking, where a man called a woman 148 times in the span of eleven hours. This opens up a provocative debate on how stalking is perceived and how different it used to be.

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Kevin’s Law - February 18th 2014 - The Rap Music Killing Case

• March 12th, 2015

In this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett of Clearwater's Carlson, Meissner Hart & Hayslett opens up the show with positive vibes speaking about baseball's spring training and his growing sons. A caller calls about his son who was charged with a possession of an illegal substance charge. And the main topic revolves around a case that seems to have captivated the whole of Florida. Michael Dunn was accused of killing a Jordan Davis by shooting into his vehicle. The incident occurred at a 7/11 over an argument involving loud rap music.

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Kevin’s Law - February 4th, 2014 - Post SuperBowl - Courtney Love Twitter Case

• March 12th, 2015

On this episode of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett of Clearwater's Carlson, Meissner Hart & Hayslett opens up with a recap of the Seahawks one-sided victory over the Broncos and how the advertising companies lost money on ads that aired during inopportune moments. Listeners call in to give their two cents, particularly about the odd Seinfeld promotion. Kevin also opens the floor up for debate after a case involving Courtney Love's Twitter activity, and whether or not social media can be used as evidence in a civil case.

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Kevin’s Law - Reliving the finale of “Breaking Bad” Jan 28th 2014

• November 6th, 2014

On this edition of Kevin's Law, attorney Kevin Hayslett of Carlson, Meissner, Hart and Hayslett, opens up the show to dish on his favorite TV show of the decade, "Breaking Bad". AMC's longstanding hit show has just finished with Kevin reliving some of his favorite moments.

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Kevin’s Law - The Media’s Attention on the Negative - Jan 21st 2014

• October 30th, 2014

On this edition of Kevin's Law, Attorney Kevin Hayslett of Carlson Meissner Hart and Hayslett opens up the show speaking on various legal cases that have captured the media's attention, from the Jodie Arias trial to debates about the death penalty. Kevin initiates a thought-provoking argument about how American resources can be put to better use than providing for life-imprisonment. He also reports on how the news media is saturated with negative stories, when there are good stories of young people doing the right thing with a positive message.

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