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Friday, October 24, 2014

The James Lee Witt Surging Edition

Posted By on Fri, Oct 24, 2014 at 5:12 PM


James Lee Witt’s resurgence, Leslie Rutledge and the Ethics Commission, Jason Rapert and political blackmail, court dates for same-sex marriage challenges and the state of funding for public defenders in Arkansas — all covered on this week's podcast. Plus, Max endorses the World Cheese Dip Championship and Lindsey plugs "Amicus," the new Supreme Court podcast from Slate. Here's a link to the interview Dahlia Lithwick did with Douglas Laycock, the lawyer who represented the Arkansas prisoner in the recent religious freedom case involving his beard. 

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