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Joyce Vance, Jill Wine-Banks, Barb McQuade and Kimberly Atkins Stohr pull back the curtain on how our government actually works, take on the corrupt, share their wisdom and give us their rulings on the latest in politics, law, and culture.
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February 4, 2023   ·
The #SistersInLaw analyze the pitfalls of investigations into the DOJ by the new congress, compare Jane Roberts and Ginni Thomas, and discuss the latest front in the abortion wars. And the Sisters are hitting the road in May!
January 28, 2023   ·  1:27:41
The #SistersInLaw meet to pick apart the weaknesses in the Durham investigation, look into the rogue agent McGonigal, and lay out the details of the police involved killing in Memphis.
January 21, 2023   ·  1:12:26
The #SistersInLaw analyze the involuntary manslaughter charges facing Alec Baldwin and how gun enhancements have a role, the search for the Dobbs leaker, and Elon’s shareholders’ suit.
January 14, 2023   ·  1:06:57
The #SistersInLaw discuss the special counsel looking into President Biden’s handling of classified documents, the war on abortion pills, and the ethical challenges facing the SCOTUS.
January 7, 2023   ·  1:17:40
The #SistersInLaw discuss Trump’s culpability in the death of Officer Sicknick on 1/6, the SCOTUS’ expansion of gun rights, and the failure of Republicans to elect a House Speaker.
December 31, 2022   ·  1:16:26
The #SistersInLaw discuss the lies of congressman elect George Santos and his potential crimes, the sentencing of two plotters in the Gov. Whitmer kidnapping attempt, and Title 42.
December 24, 2022   ·  1:13:26
The #SistersInLaw discuss the J6 Committee’s criminal referrals of Trump to the DOJ, the implications of his released tax returns, and what goes into ending the instatement of Title 42.
December 17, 2022   ·  1:24:01
The #SistersInLaw explain the legal situation faced by Sam Bankman-Fried and FTX, how to define hate crimes and domestic terrorism, and the power of the Respect For Marriage Act.
December 10, 2022   ·  1:16:53
The #SistersInLaw discuss the recent cases before the SCOTUS, then look at the new inroads to holding Donald accountable for his various crimes, and the legal pressures faced by TikTok.
December 3, 2022   ·  1:20:34
The #SistersInLaw celebrate 100 full episodes, then discuss Donald’s loss in the 11th Circuit, Oath Keeper convictions for seditious conspiracy, and how to combat domestic extremism.