On this week’s episode of Miranda Warnings, Former NY Attorney General Robert Abrams joins to discuss his career and his legacy and how we move forward. Abrams shares many stories from his time as Attorney General, Bronx Borough President, and candidate for United States Senate, all of which are included in his new memoir, The Luckiest … Continued
This week’s guest on Miranda Warnings is Heather McGhee, author of the book The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together. McGhee talks about the common root problem that’s preventing America from becoming the country it strives to be: racism. McGhee, the former president of the think-tank Demos and … Continued
This week on Miranda Warnings, Carrie Cohen, former Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Southern District of New York shares some insight into what it’s like investigating high-profile targets, like Sheldon Silver, and talks about the tools law enforcement needs to combat hate crimes. Cohen, a partner at Morrison and Foerster in New York talks about … Continued
This week on Miranda Warnings, Mirna M. Santiago, founder of Girls Rule the Law joins David to talk about the dangers of having racism and biases codified into law, especially voter fraud protection laws. Santiago who is a member of the law firm Hurwitz and Fine also discusses how systemic racism has an impact … Continued
This week on Miranda Warnings Michael Miller and Ronald C. Minkoff join David to talk about the reasons Miller decided to file a grievance complaint against Rudy Giuliani, which could ultimately lead to his disbarment. Miller, NYSBA’s 121st President and Minkoff, a partner at Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz, lay out the details … Continued
This week on Miranda Warnings, David talks to Elora Mukhurjee about her efforts in providing legal services to asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border. Mukhurjee is the director of the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic at Columbia Law School and she shares what she witnessed at the border, including the deplorable conditions children were being kept. She … Continued
This week on Miranda Warnings, David talks to Sam Spital, director of litigation at the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund about his ongoing cases against the United States Postal Service and Donald Trump and his presidential campaign. They take a deep dive into the cases against the USPS and Donald Trump and how both … Continued
Albany Law School Professor Vincent Bonventre talks about the new conservative majority on the Supreme Court, the court’s three recent cases regarding COVID-19 gathering restrictions and an assessment of the court’s newest justice Amy Coney Barrett.
This week on Miranda Warnings, David talks to Frank Figliuzzi, former Assistant Director for Counterintelligence at the FBI and NBC News National Security Analyst about the need for a domestic terrorist law in the wake of the Capitol Insurrection.
Congressman Jones talks in more detail about the insurrection at the Capitol and discusses his views on fellow freshman members of Congress, Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Co) and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga) and their objectionable behavior in the weeks following the insurrection.