Syrian refugee crisis, Obama’s release of 7000 federal prisoners, Charlie Sheen, Taylor Swift and much more
Jason and Rich welcome Professor Westy Egmont, Director, Immigrant Integration Lab @ Boston College and Ian Millhiser, Senior Fellow @ American Progress to analyze the issue of whether Governors can legally ban refugees.
They then welcome Steve Cook, President, National Association of Assistant U.S. attorney, Jenna Moll, Deputy Director, US. Justice Action Network and Michele Jawando, Vice President, Center for American Progress to discuss the implications of the recent release of nearly 7000 federal prisoners.
Finally, in this week’s Legal Grab Bag, Rich and Jason discuss Charlie Sheen’s criminal and civil exposure for his HIV revelation, children facing criminal exposure for murder and sexting and Taylor Swift’s copyright victory. All this and more in another action packed episode of Legal Face-Off on WGN Plus.