Streaming on these platforms:

Apple Podcasts
Episode description:

John is joined by Robert Zink, former head of the U.S. Justice Department’s Criminal Division, Fraud Section and partner in Quinn Emanuel’s Washington, D.C. office and Steve Madison, former federal prosecutor and a partner in Quinn Emanuel’s Los Angeles office.  They discuss the four pending indictments against former President Donald Trump, including, for each indictment, what the government must prove, what former President Trump’s defenses likely will be, and the potential impact of the different judges’ backgrounds and jury pools in each case. They also handicap the likelihood of President Trump prevailing in each case. Finally, they also discuss the potential impact of these cases on public discourse and political life.

Published: Aug 30 2023

More episodes:

Feb 8 2024

The Art of Preparing Witnesses to Testify Before Congressional Committees

With Jim Wilkinson

Feb 1 2024

The Lawyer who Advises the IDF on Law of War issues in Gaza

With Ben Wahlhaus

Jan 25 2024

Exploring the Japanese Legal System: Insights from One of the Foremost Litigators in Japan

With Hisaya Kimura

Subscribe now for

Email updates

Join the mailing list today and receive the latest episode directly to your inbox.