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Top 5 Law and Non-Law Podcasts

Here is a selection of my favorite law and non-law podcasts that I enjoy listening to. You might find something you haven't heard before.
McDonough Product Liability Lawyer

McDonough Product Liability Lawyer

It is a sad fact that all consumer products are not safe for use. Occasionally, a product is released to the public that could – or does – hurt the buyer or someone they know. When do you seek an attorney to help you?
Ep10-Anna-Cross

Anna Cross: The Importance of Pacing in Trial

Studying philosophy and Japanese in college, Anna Cross has always been a deep-thinker with her eyes set on success. After decades of triumphant trials, Cross shares what she’s learned from her years of prosecution: how to set the pacing of a trial, how to improve your cross examination and the attitude to have when you enter the courtroom.
Ep9-Adam-Hames

Adam Hames: Bringing Creativity into the Court

Raised by two lawyers, Adam Hames was always told he was genetically engineered to be an attorney. With experience in federal court, state appellate court and in habeas cases, Hames talks about the importance of crafting a story in court, his creative pursuits in college and why he believes listening is a vital key in advocacy.
Slip and Fall McDonough Lawyer

McDonough Slip and Fall Lawyer

In Henry County, property owners are required to keep their premises safe, but happens when they don't. You might need a lawyer to help you.
Advocate's Key Legal Podcast

Three Lessons From My Legal Podcast

The Advocate’s Key, my podcast, is as much for me as it is for the audience who listens to it. I choose guests because I want to learn from them or because I’m curious about their story.
Ep8-Doug-Peters

Doug Peters: The Blueprint for Putting Forth Your Best Case

After decades of practicing law, nationally-recognized criminal defense lawyer Doug Peters understands the heavy responsibility of advocating for those most in need. Peters shares what led him to start his own defense practice, why he used a proactive people-centered approach for preparing for trial and the best time to put your client on the stand.
Charlie Bethel on The Advocate's Key podcast

Charlie Bethel: Why Lawyers Should Empower Others to Hold Them Accountable

Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of Georgia, Charlie Bethel shares various lessons he learned from his early trial court experiences.
mcdonough slip and fall accident

McDonough Man Injured in Slip and Fall Accident

Drew had been looking forward to Friday all week until he slipped and fell while walking. Who's fault was it?
Steve Frey Charlie Bethel on The Advocate's Key podcast

Steve Frey: A Second Generation Lawyer Looks Back

Carrying out his father’s legacy, criminal defense attorney Steve Frey offers stories from his own successful career spanning 28 years, beginning with his decision to go to law school and the lessons he learned then from his father Pete, an accomplished trial lawyer himself. Frey also shares advice on preparing for a jury trial and how to best use cross examinations to benefit your case.

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