Loyola Law School
Professor of Criminal Law at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, California; former Assistant US Attorney
Senate Republicans did not question Christine Blasey Ford or Brett Kavanaugh themselves. They didn’t want the optics of 11 white men questioning a woman about claims of sexual assault.
Sep. 27, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Christine Blasey Ford says she would prefer to have the FBI investigate before she testifies in front of the Senate. Democrats have been asking for the same thing.
Sep. 20, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Two of President Trump’s former close advisors are guilty.
Aug. 22, 2018from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Assembly Bill 5 goes into effect in 2020, and it’s aimed at protecting gig economy workers by reclassifying them as employees.
Dec. 20from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Scafaria says that she picked the music for the movie before she landed the job to direct it.
Dec. 20from KCRW Features
Mayor Eric Garcetti speaks with us about his endorsements for presidential candidate Joe Biden and LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey. We also discuss housing and homelessness.
Jan. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Did President Trump abuse his power? That’s now up to the Senate. But is that even a crime? Democrats and Republicans agree on the facts, but not on the Constitution.
Jan. 21from To the Point
There aren’t many roads or people outside the small city of Lompoc. Instead you’ll see rolling hills, cattle grazing under oak trees, and rare birds like Golden Eagles.
Jan. 7from KCRW Features
California Governor Gavin Newsom’s 2020 budget exceeds $220 billion. He wants to devote a billion of that to helping the homeless.
Jan. 10from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The Pentagon said today that Iran launched ballistic missiles targeting at least two Iraqi bases that were reportedly housing U.S. troops. This comes after last week’s U.S.
Jan. 7from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
We’ll see what happens in January.
Dec. 20from Left, Right & Center
Martin Luther King, Jr. grew up listening to and singing church songs, and saw gospel and folk music as natural tools to further the civil rights movement.
Jan. 20from Press Play with Madeleine Brand