I don’t think so. I wouldn’t want to be on it, because…they’re too boring. They talk about the same stuff every week! It’s like a bunch of old guys sitting around talking about “the good ol’ days.” You know what I mean? They talk about cases that happened 50 years ago and they discuss whether or not they were wrongful convictions. And their kids are like, “Oh Dad, you were wrongfully convicted!” (laughs) It’s just not very interesting to me.
But the lawyers who do podcasts seem really excited about them — some call them therapy sessions for trial lawyers! How is your experience as a lawyer compared with listening to people tell stories on-air? Are some listeners more passionate than others? What sort of feedback have you gotten from listeners so far?