Justice For All Radio Show With Host Attorney George Yates & Guest Author Bernard Kerik
On September 11, 2001, Bernard Kerik was the Police Commissioner of the City of New York, and performed so well he was later nominated for Homeland Security Director by President George W. Bush. During the vetting process Mr. Kerik was accused of corruption and later withdrew his name from consideration. But the process led to criminal prosecution and 3 years in prison. Few people in our society have fallen so far. Mr. Kerik has a book out "From Jailer to Jailed" and describes his ordeal and how the laws of this country should be changed. Lawyer Yates and Kerik discuss 9/11, and Kerik's later legal problems Rudy Guiliani, Felony convictions, mandatory minimums, the way prisoners are treated in our prisons, and how this justice system is taking good people and destroying them all for non-violent offenses.
Justice for All Radio Show with Attorney George Yates & Guest Robert B. Fiske, Jr. Part 2
Listen to Part 2 of this informative interview with former United States Attorney, Robert ...