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Previously gave this a 5. Loved Vinny and Seema. Though disappointed when she left I’ve still listened faithfully to stay updated on trials with Vinny and colleagues. But this Tamron Hall series definitely doesn't cut it as a podcast. Bring back the trials please, or I may have to unsubscribe.
Am loving this series but also missing trial coverage with Vinnie.
Love the Podcast - when will the proper episodes return? Someone they Knew is good but it’s not Vinny and the proper court cases.
All they do is yell over each other and absolutely NOT listen to each to each other. They keep saying the SAME thing over and over without any reasoning or evidence. And i’m so annoyed by their opinions without any facts about the case?? Super Annoying
The title stole my thunder. 🥰
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Court TV Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 156 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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