Episode 108: Earning Redemption Through OAR
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We are very lucky in this episode to welcome back Mayo Wilson who was a guest on an  earlier episode of the show.  He is an Assistant Commonwealth Attorney in the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Office.  He is joined by Lula Kelly, who is the Diversion Program Manager for OAR (Opportunities, Alternatives, & Resources).  In Fairfax, OAR provides diversion programs, services for those incarcerated, post-release services, and family services.  OAR also services Loudoun County and Prince William County.    https://oarnova.org/ In this episode Lula expla ..read more
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Episode 107: The "Ins" and "Get Outs!" of Trespassing
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TIn this episode it is just the four regular hosts and.  Trespassing is a class 1 Misdemeanor and can be harmful to a criminal record even though it is not a felony or a crime of moral turpitude involving lying, stealing, or cheating, It can land people in jail again and again if they go back to places they have been banned from before.  This can happen a lot to those with nowhere to live where they just try to find somewhere safe and warm and comfortable to stay.  These cases can also often involve people with mental health and/or substance abuse issues.  Trespassing may ..read more
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Episode 106: Meet The Candidates for Circuit Court In Fairfax
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by Ann Thayer, Alberto Salvado, Anthony Nourse, and Anna Dvorchik
2M ago
Please note that one of our regular co-hosts Anthony Nourse did not participate in this episode as he was recently appointed as a substitute judge in Fairfax County.  Due to the political nature of this episode, Mr. Nourse had to refrain from participating in this episode as required by the Canons of Judicial Conduct for the Commonwealth of Virginia. We took a looong summer break that lasted well into September but we are back with an all new episode with a special guest appearance by Blake Woloson who subbed in as a co-host for Anthony Nourse.  In this episode we welcome the two can ..read more
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Episode 105: Attorney Spotlight- A Conversation with Mayo Wilson
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This week, we were lucky to have a Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney Mayo Wilson join us on this episode.  Mayo used to be an immigration and criminal defense attorney and he used to have his own law firm as well.  He switched over to the dark side, whoops we mean prosecution side right before Covid hit in 2020.  He tells us about his experience as an attorney and switching sides!  We appreciate how even keel he always is and how he can value a case and the evidence and balance both scales of justice! LEGAL DISCLAIMER: If you are listening to this podcast, thank you!&n ..read more
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Episode 104: Hot Mic! Your Jail Calls Are Being Recorded!
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We all know that video and audio are everywhere these days.  It is no different for jail calls.  Unless someone being held in a jail or prison is talking to an attorney on the phone or emailing on a tablet, those calls and messages are being recorded.  There are usually signs or notices right above the phones.  When you get on the phone there is an audio recording that tells you the calls are being monitored and recorded.  This is 100% true.  Anything you say can and will be used against you unless it is confidential or privileged information with your attorney ..read more
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Episode 103: What Makes A Jury "Grand"?
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A fellow friend and local attorney George Freeman IV joins us in this episode.  We get to hear about his adventures as a bondsman and various other jobs he had throughout the years.  Then he educates us on the differences between a grand jury, regular jury, a special grand jury, and a multi jurisdictional jury. LEGAL DISCLAIMER: If you are listening to this podcast, thank you!  We sincerely hope you are listening to this podcast for its entertainment value and not with the intention of acquiring legal advice for any individual case or situation.  I mean, come on! You woul ..read more
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Episode 102: The Young and the Reckless
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A video was shared in the news recently showing a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed, lose control, and come across a grassy median separating lanes going opposite ways.  The car traveled over the grass and lanes of traffic to  hit a police officer who had another vehicle stopped on Fairfax County Parkway, that stopped vehicle, and the police cruiser. You can watch the video at this link: https://youtu.be/PtbcqXYfaoY It turns out the driver was a juvenile who also had passengers in the vehicle.  So, in this episode we just wanted to raise awareness for juveniles and all d ..read more
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Episode 101:Gender ID 101- When Non Binary and Transgender People Are Defendants
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In this episode,, we tackle a topic that many are curious about, that many do not understand, that many do not agree with, and one that is important to many many people.  We welcome a fellow attorney and friend, Brian Goodman, a Senior Trial Attorney with the Office of the Public Defender in Fairfax County.  Brian is also president elect of the Virginia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and is a member and leader in various other organizations as well.  Brian explains what it is like for nonbinary and transgender folks to be in the criminal justice system and why it is so ..read more
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Episode 100: In the Hot Seat With Judge Lindner!
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Well, we made it 100 episodes!  Seems crazy we have come that far. In this episode we bring on Judge Lindner from Fairfax County to put us in the hot seat!  We all knew him when he was a defense attorney and continue to see him in the cafeteria and around the courthouse weekly.   He questions us about about various criminal law related issues, how we get business, and what we would want to be doing if we were not criminal defense attorneys.  Thanks for joining us on our 100th episode! LEGAL DISCLAIMER: If you are listening to this podcast, thank you!  We sincerely ho ..read more
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Episode 99: An Interview With Ed Nuttall, A Democratic Candidate for Fairfax Commonwealth Attorney's Office
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Please note that one of our regular co-hosts Anthony Nourse did not participate in this episode as he was recently appointed as a substitute judge in Fairfax County.  Due to the political nature of this episode, Mr. Nourse had to refrain from participating in this episode as required by the Canons of Judicial Conduct for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Every 4 years in Virginia, there is an election to vote for the head Commonwealth Attorney in each county  throughout Virginia.  This year, there is a fight in Fairfax County for the Commonwealth Attorney position.  The primary ..read more
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