On today’s episode of Felony Friday host John Odermatt is joined by frequent Lions of Liberty Podcast contributor J.B. Lubin. This is J.B.’s third appearance on Felony Friday, he previously appeared on episode 12 and 24. John and J.B. kicked off the show by discussing an app a lawyer developed to help felons get convictions expunged. Next, they evaluated legislation in Virginia that would automatically suspend elected officials upon felony conviction and a former felon who became a prosecutor. Finally, John and J.B. wrap up the show by playing the fastest growing criminal justice game show “Is this a Crime and Should Anyone Do Time.” It is during this segment where John and J.B. disagree on whether or not it is a crime for protesters to block traffic.
Links to all the articles discussed on today’s show:
- Lawyer creates a free app to help people remove felony convictions
- Bill would automatically suspend officials upon felony conviction
- Link to House Bill 2364
- Drug possession close to schools would become felony again under Biggs’ bill
- Anti-Trump Protesters Block Ambulance Rushing to Hospital
- Penn State Student Charged With Arson After Setting Shirt On Fire Inside Residence Hall
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