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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

Beldar on BlogTalkRadio

Dr. James Joyner and two of his co-bloggers at Outside the Beltway, Alex Knapp and Steve Verdon, were kind enough to host me tonight on their BlogTalkRadio show, talking about the Foster capital punishment case, felony murder more generally, and a couple of other current legal topics. It was fun, and I'm grateful for the invitation. You will not be surprised to read that I hogged far more than my share of the internet airtime, but if you'd like to listen to the hour-long program, it's linked here.

Posted by Beldar at 07:32 PM in Law (2007), Weblogs | Permalink

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(1) Patterico made the following comment | Aug 16, 2007 12:26:43 AM | Permalink

I enjoyed it. Hey, check your e-mail -- I'm coming to Houston Saturday and would love to have lunch.

(2) Steve Verdon made the following comment | Aug 16, 2007 9:42:22 AM | Permalink

Don't worry Beldar, you talked quite a bit, but you had quite a bit of good information. Like, I'll be very careful using the word 'hoe' and 'hoes' now.

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