When law & order is the headline, what does it mean for us? Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams cross-examines news-making cases and famous faces to peer into the court of law. Each week attorney Eboni K. Williams and cultural observer Dustin Ross break down what’s on the docket in American justice and what’s not, with savvy legal analysis and commonsense commentary to provide teachable moments for us all to navigate a rigged system. Discussions in this podcast are for general information and entertainment purposes only and should not be considered legal advice. Always consult a lawyer for your individual circumstances.
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Jurors, we have officially come to the end of Season 2 of Holding Court! In this episode, we have something special in store for you. We're wrapping up this second season with an exclusive excerpt from my book, 'Bet On Black: The Good News About Bein... more
Jurors! In this week’s best of episode we're looking back at some of our conversations around defamation this season. Tasha K's comments on Cardi B,George Floyd's family suing Kanye West for taking reckless, and Judge Joe Brown threatening to sue She... more
Get ready to decode and understand some of the most vital conversations in government and policy from this season on Holding Court. We're pulling back the curtain on President Biden's marijuana pardons, the push by Iowa Republicans to label same-sex ... more
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Ya’ll give me life! I listened to my first episode about 6 months ago and then I racked it all the way back to episode #1. It’s the highlight of my Wednesday workouts. Being Black for the win!
Hey y’all love the show. just wanted to let you know a little about the situation with the principal who withheld the diplomas…from what the news is reporting, she was not fired. She was removed from the school “temporarily”, which means they’re probably waiting for the smoke to die down before they place her right back in there. I also saw that she was receiving threats, so she may have even asked to move herself 😒
Next season, we need at least 2 episodes a week please!!!!
I love love love your show and the collaboration and professional respect that Eboni and Dustin demonstrate towards each other. Question: what does superseding indictment means?
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