Witnesses are against you, the judge won’t admit your evidence – so how does a lawyer win what seems to be an impossible trial?
Steve, Jeff and Jared worked on a felony trial together and give you a blow-by-blow inside look at what actually went down. If you are a lawyer – you should listen to this. If you might need to hire a lawyer to defend you in court – you should definitely listen to this.
The guys talk focus groups, investigators, how to prepare, the importance of understanding people and reading the room, voir dire, mishaps with courthouse alarms, the pressure cooker of the courtroom, lawyer egos – and how to check them at the door.
Bonus episode for the holiday – hang with us this Labor Day weekend! We’re talking day-drinking, local swap meets, and of course – food!
Steve, Jeff and Jared talk the Swapper’s Meet in Johnstown this weekend, Flaming Beard Burgers, Jared’s meatloaf recipe, hot peppers and lots of cooking tips.
Have a great Labor Day Weekend!
Thinking about taking one of the new Lime or Bird scooters for a spin and want to know which is better? We tested both and give you a head-to-head comparison.
This weekend is a 3-day weekend, the start of OSU football – normally we are talking about red cups and tailgating – but now that these new scooters are now all over OSU’s campus and in the mix, we predict that this will create a “perfect storm” of increased mayhem.
Steve, Jeff and Jared talk reckless operation, bicycle law vs. scooter law, and good and bad scooter riders and why they remind us of the movie “Twister”.
Enjoy the holiday weekend and the start of football season! But if you end up needing help, call us: 614-224-6142
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“Everybody run – it’s a flock of Birds!” And then someone throws a Lime in the mix and pandemonium breaks out!
Have you seen the scooters that are littering the city lately? Or perhaps you’ve witnessed – or been part of – one of the hair-raising stunts and near-collisions (and collisions)? The Bird and Lime scooters are sharing the roadways and sidewalks now in Columbus and many other cities – and throughout OSU’s campus. What are the legal and safety ramifications that surround this newer, Uber-ized, mostly unregulated mode of transportation?
Steve, Jeff and Jared cover everything from reckless operation, liability and what the problem is with trying to use a scooter to avoid a DUI – to DBDs (designated Bird drivers), bunny hopping, Bird-pooling, Bird-Littering – just who are these battery-charging elves?! – and Bird vs. Lime: when in doubt, joust!
(Spoiler alert: there will be a show-and-tell in part 2, so stay tuned!)
The story of the chronicles have unfolded – so what’s next? Hint: a lot more fun stuff!
Years after the Nemesis, Agent X, a jaw-dropping verdict and the probation officer from hell, find out what’s been going on with Jared – and what’s next. Steve, Jeff and Jared talk losing fingers, “regular guy” clothes, the last Blockbuster, classic movies like Easy Money, Demolition Man, and Blade, making your own tools to fix things and how farm boy ingenuity helped the Americans win WWII, the Circle of Trust, OSU students and the new electric birds descending upon Columbus.
Steve, Jeff and Jared will be featuring many new people on Lawyer Talk with stories you won’t want to miss. And the guys share some of the fun new things they are planning, including hitting the streets – maybe both literally and figuratively (you’ll soon see what we mean) – so stay tuned!
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Jared talks about the realities of federal prison and not having any control of your life, then what house arrest and probation were like. The guys talk strip searches, prison guards gone bad, when 30 days is too much and 5 years is not enough, doing weekly drops, when your probation officer is pulling for you to fail – and how to really disappoint him.
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What is federal prison really like? What would you do if was pointed out to you on your first day that you are the only one there who is counting their time in days instead of years?
Hear a first-hand account from Jared about his time in the federal penitentiary as he talks with the guys about standing your ground, making friends, motorcycle club colors, translating restaurant skills into the realities of a prison kitchen job, “Not for human consumption” sardines as bedtime snacks, the recipe for mop-bucket apple pie, and the Fox News room at the Pen.
“I was like ‘man, he’s fighting for me….my future is at stake, right here, right now.’ You didn’t cookie-cutter it, and you went full-in…..and I thank you for that.”
“It was powerful….and people were hanging on every word.”
Blinsky Inc. The high life. Federal drug charges. Now, would the real Jared Blinsky please stand up?
Find out what actually happened at sentencing – long after the Chicken Man, Agent X and the Nemesis – when it boils down to a U.S. Attorney who wants to play last minute hardball, a federal judge, a mayor, a fireman, the real Jared Blinsky – and Dick Wolf.
Find out what actually went down on Judgment Day – you won’t believe your ears.
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Who are you? Who were you before? Who will you become?
Before Agent X, before the Nemesis, Jared Blinsky was so moved by the events of 9/11 that in 2002 he created the annual Ride for Pride that has been taking place in central Ohio ever since. It’s primary purpose was to honor the men and women who served our country, and it peacefully brought together very diverse groups of bikers, including the Axemen, the Gunslingers, the Outlaws and B.A.C.A.. The ride grew each year to create the Ohio Fallen Heroes Memorial in Sunbury, Ohio, honoring all Ohio military killed in the war on terrorism.
Fast-forward to 2009 when Jared has been caught as “the ringleader” of an extensive local grow operation and has pled guilty to charges that carry a minimum 5-years federal prison sentence. Will the judge be motivated to override the mandatory minimum? Wait til you hear the rest of the story…
The guys talk mitigation, throwing the horns, sentencing hearings, 51k, and adding color to the space-time continuum.
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