Channeling Atticus is a law podcast from the legal mind of lawyer and former judge Matt Green and citizen host Johnny Gwin. This show discusses everyday criminal and civil issues and how it affects each and every one of us. All rise - Channeling Atticus is now in session.
The Cadaver King And The Country Dentist with Radley Balko
Host Matt Green sits with Washington Post columnist, award-winning investigative reporter, and author Radley Balko, to discuss his co-authored book The Cadaver King And The Country Dentist. This story is “a shocking and deeply reported account of the persistent plague of institutional racism and junk forensic science in our criminal justice system, and its devastating effect on innocent lives.
Questioning Qualified Immunity with Clark Neily
On this episode, Matt Green talks Qualified Immunity with the Vice President of the Criminal Justice Division at the Cato Institute, Clark Neily. Clark has been a longtime proponent of reform and abolishment of qualified immunity. He joins us today to discuss the history of qualified immunity, where it came from, and what the future may hold.
Charles Boyington: History, Mystery and Murder
The 1834 Frost Murder and Boyington case and hanging stands as a testament to the dangers of capital punishment predicated solely upon circumstantial evidence. Matt Green talks with Mary Palmer, author of a fascinating new book Boyington Oak: A Grave Injustice, about this case, and is spearheading an effort to have Boyington posthumously pardoned. Mary tells us some more details about this famous case, and it's defendant Charles Boyington.
The Wisconsin Ruling and Buyer's Remorse
Attorney Matt Green and host Johnny Gwin talk about how one State's Supreme Court has finally drawn a line in the sand with these pandemic Government stay-at-home orders. The Wisconsin example may be the direction many more States will be heading.
In A Crisis Silver Linings
Attorney Matt Green and co-host Johnny Gwin discuss Mobile, Alabama local "Outlaw" Barber Joel Edwards Alabama Barber and Chief Barber's response to his refusal to stay closed. Alabama Governor Kay Ivey slashes red tape. Plus, how one 19th NY Supreme Court Judge responded to shelter in a 19th place quarantine order & much more goings-on in the City of Mobile.
Not Again! The Meredith Baxley Tragedy
Matt Green interviews Christine Frohock, Meredith's mother, about the life, accident, and tragic death of her daughter. Plus, Matt concludes the show with information on how Meredith and her family found some justice.