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Law And Disorder RadioLaw and Disorder is a weekly, independent radio program airing on many stations across the United States and podcasting on the web.

Law and Disorder radio gives listeners access to rare legal perspectives on issues concerning civil liberties, privacy, right to dissent and the horrendous practices of torture exercised by the US government.

This program examines the political forces and legislation that are moving the United States into a police state.

Three of the top progressive attorneys and activists host the program and consistently bring a diverse line up of guests from grass-roots activists to politically mindful authors. More importantly, Law and Disorder brings access to attorneys who give insights to some of the most controversial cases.

Law And Disorder Radio Show Archive:

Law and Disorder February 11, 2019

Monday 11th February 2019

  Venezuela Coup d’Etat The last coup d’état the United States of America sponsored in 2009 in Latin America was under the Obama administration and supported by his Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when they overthrew a mildly social democratic president of Honduras. At that time the USA denied its role. Today we are witnessing […]

Law and Disorder February 4, 2019

Monday 4th February 2019

  Government Shut Down Impacts President Donald Trump set a record for the longest-ever government shutdown in history lasting nearly 35 days. There are many ways that the public will feel the impact of a government shutdown. 800,000 federal workers were either barred from working or forced to work without pay. That, despite the continued […]

Law and Disorder January 28, 2019

Monday 28th January 2019

  Honoring the Legacy Of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Today on Law and Disorder we bring you a special hour-long program honoring the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King. Our listeners know all too well that the Nobel Peace Prize laureate was shot on April 4, 1968–51 years ago. Not so well […]

Law and Disorder January 21, 2019

Monday 21st January 2019

  White Lives Matter Most And Other “Little” White Lies In a society in which entrenched racism persists, is it possible for white activists to meaningfully engage in anti-racist movements such as the movement for black lives? Longtime peace activist, educator and author Matt Meyer examines that question in his new book White Lives Matter […]

Law and Disorder January 14, 2019

Monday 14th January 2019

  Money And Class In America – Lewis Lapham We are especially pleased and honored to spend the hour with our guest Lewis Lapham. After graduating from Yale in 1956 he started out working as a newspaper reporter in San Francisco and then in New York, where he currently lives and works. The editor of Harper’s […]

Law and Disorder January 7, 2019

Monday 7th January 2019

Updates: Hosts Discuss the Recent Film – Vice —-   Philadelphia Judge Rules Mumia Abu-Jamal Can Reargue Case We are pleased to begin the new year with a major development that might pave the way to freedom for former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal, the award-winning journalist convicted in the 1981 murder of Philadelphia police officer […]

Law and Disorder December 31, 2018

Monday 31st December 2018

  Michael E. Tigar On Challenges Lawyers Currently Face  Recently on Law And Disorder we interviewed Baher Azmy, Legal Director at the Center for Constitutional Rights, and National Lawyers Guild President Natasha Bannan. We were interested in their views of the challenges facing leftist lawyers and their movement clients face in these difficult times. Attorney […]

Law and Disorder December 24, 2018

Monday 24th December 2018

  Ray McGovern: Clinton Email Wikileaks Valid The prevailing Russia-gate narrative is that Russia colluded with Donald Trump to swing the 2016 election his way. Special prosecutor Robert Mueller has led a nearly 2 year investigation in search of proving this. Under American law when a crime is committed prosecutors search for the culprit . […]

Law and Disorder December 17, 2018

Monday 17th December 2018

  Guantanamo Diary: Mohamedou Ould Slahi The American offshore prison camp in Guantánamo, Cuba is still operating. After the attacks on September 11, 2001, it was set up as a place where neither American or international law would apply and where prisoners could be brought, tortured, detained forever, and never charged with a crime. Ten […]