IN THE KNOW with Tony Reeves tackles real world topics, current events, and historical experiences through conversations and interviews. Building upon his experience in the military and Florida government as well as his experience as a lawyer, professor, and business owner, Reeves talks about all topics including his popular Reeves Reflections, Reeves Point of View, and Easy but NOT so Easy Segments.
Easy but NOT so Easy: Using your college degree
We are constantly reminded of the importance of attaining a college degree. However, how many of us have found ourselves wondering if we are truly even using the degree? In this episode of "EASY but NOT so EASY", we talk about the reality of having a degree and the realization that we may not need it
Reeves Reflection: Remembering the Pulse Night Club Shooting
Mass shootings are horrible but the long lasting effects are even more damaging. Tune in as I speak about the unspoken trauma of mass shootings
Ever wonder why attorneys are so long winded??
Have you ever wondered why asking an attorney a question may result in a long winded response? There is a reason for that and we will talk about that today
If you see your attorney in public, don’t talk to them about your case
If you happen to see your attorney in public, you may have a burning desire to talk to them about your legal case. Fight that urge! In this podcast, I talk about the danger of talking with your attorney about your legal case in public
Why you should only complain about your legal case to your attorney
Legal cases are annoying and frustrating. And there will be times when you want to complain about your case to someone. If you do want to complain, you may want to limit your complaints to your attorney. Tune in as I explain why you may want to keep your 'grip sessions' between you and your attonrey
Reeves Reflection: My 25 mile road march
Sometimes, we often overlook our own individual milestones and accomplishments. However, it's important to remember that these moments can have impacts on others. One of my milestones was enduring a 25 mile road march when I was in Basic Training in the Army