Eric Dick explores the nitty gritty of Family Law with Rebecca Rowland. For 420 Eric and Chris talk about changes in Texas law when it come to CBD oil. Courtney Muse checks in to talk about how and why he started the #feeling cute challenge . . . and a little local and state politics
Eric Dick and Chris Carmona discuss local and state political issues including: education., taxes, Marijuana, and the criminal justice system. Texas Republicans are tired of winning. Special guest Shahara Wright gives the guys insight into business law. Randall Kallinen joins the guys to talk about the city ordinance against feeding the homeless. Also featuring Diane St. Yves
Eric and Chris discusses local and national politics including: has the me too movement gone too far? Karen Taylor drops in to discuss the forced resignation of Judge McLeod; Council Member Kubash explains his opposition to drag queen story-time; Sean Timmons discusses the intricacies of military law and security clearances.
Earic Dick discusses the dynamics of Family law and civil litigation with guests Kevin Fulton and Boe Bowen. They talk about local politics including: the proposed high speed rail runs into a snag with imminent domain, Kim Ogg's proposal was shut down in the Commissioners Court do to budget concerns, Mayor Turner announces intentions to open an amusement park. Mayoral Candidate Tony Buzbee joins the guys in studio for hour two of the show.
Eric and Chris are joined by Marco Antonio Roberts, President of the Log Cabin Republicans and Mayoral Candidate Tony Buzbee to discuss national and local political issues. Clergy under fire and council loses confidence in mayor.
Eric, Chris, and Special guest Sartaj Bal, Home Owners Association Lawyer discuss local and national politics such as the incident at a local drag queen story-hour, Eric's disdain for the Bush family, the new abortion law passed in New York, and widespread hypocrisy among elected officials. The Texas State Bar President elect Randy Sorrels drops in to discuss the assault of two baseball players at the Concrete Cowboy.