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AoJ Weekly #12 – Stephon Clark Shooting



Now that the smoke has somewhat cleared, and we have more information about the Stephon Clark shooting, the Archangels talk about the incident. We begin by playing the actual 911 that lead Sacramento Police to Stephon’s location, Sal talks about what happened according to reports. After listening to the police audio from the shooting, Sal … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #12 – Stephon Clark Shooting


AoJ Weekly #4 – How to Speak with a Law Enforcement Official



This week the Archangels speak with Walter Stern, a defense attorney out of Wisconsin and someone who was wrongfully charged with money laundering. The charges were eventually overturned but after a 3-year battle he got his license back, he now fights for others who find themselves in similar circumstances. We begin by talking about his … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #4 – How to Speak with a Law Enforcement Official


AoJ Weekly #3 – Treatment of Civilian vs. Police After Shootings



Are civilians treated differently than Law Enforcement officers in the wake of a deadly force situation? Sal, Ira and Joe speak with nationally recognized expert in police practices and witness for the defense of George Zimmerman, Dennis Root, about this question. Also, we look at other cases where police officers are given preferential treatment after … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #3 – Treatment of Civilian vs. Police After Shootings


AoJ Weekly #2 – Wrongful Convictions



In this week’s episode, the Archangels speak with Private Investigator Dave Beers and Truth in Justice President Sheila Berry. Both have dedicated their life to helping the wrongfully convicted get out of prison. We begin with Part 1 Dave Beers who as a police officer was wrongfully prosecuted and had to fight to stay out … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #2 – Wrongful Convictions


AoJ Weekly #1 – Guardianship Abuse



In the first episode, the Archangels of Justice speak with Marcia Southwick from the NASGA about guardianship abuse. We begin by talking about the basics of guardianship, where it came from and how the law has been misused, misapplied, or manipulated. We look at the people who are most at risk for abuse and how to … Continue reading AoJ Weekly #1 – Guardianship Abuse