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Nick Sandmann Suits Tossed, Elon Musk Urges Lawsuit, Britney Spears Wins In Court Law&Crime Sidebar

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Britney Spears will not have to sit for a deposition by her father’s attorneys as an investigation into her now-terminated conservatorship continues. But Jamie Spears will be deposed over allegations he and Britney’s managers spied on her an other matters. Plus, Nick Sandmann, the former Covington Catholic student who sued media outlets for defamation over a viral video of him with a Native American activist, loses defamation lawsuits he filed against media companies. First Amendment legend Floyd Abrams weighs in on Sandmann and Elon Musk urging a woman to sue after the WSJ claims he had an affair with her that ended her marriage to a Google co-founder.

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Britney Spears will not have to sit for a deposition by her father’s attorneys as an investigation into her now-terminated conservatorship continues. But Jamie Spears will be deposed over allegations he and Britney’s managers spied on her an other matters. Plus, Nick Sandmann, the former Covington Catholic student who sued media outlets for defamation over a viral video of him with a Native American activist, loses defamation lawsuits he filed against media companies. First Amendment legend Floyd Abrams weighs in on Sandmann and Elon Musk urging a woman to sue after the WSJ claims he had an affair with her that ended her marriage to a Google co-founder.

GUESTS:

Liz Day, Journalist at The New York Times

Floyd Abrams, First Amendment Icon

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Podcasting - Sam Goldberg

Video Editing - Michael Deininger

Guest Booking - Alyssa Fisher

Social Media Management - Kiera Bronson

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Court Junkie

Objections

They Walk Among America

Coptales and Cocktails

Speaking Freely

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