Paul Butler, Elie Mystal, and Joy Reid offer insight into the prosecution of Derek Chauvin and what needs to happen so that the impact is lasting.
The prosecution of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd “will be studied as a playbook for how to convict a police officer,” said Georgetown Law Professor Paul Butler. But is it repeatable?
On The Sunday Show, Jonathan Capehart, Paul Butler, Jill Wine-Banks, and John Burris express outrage at the excessive force used at a traffic stop against a young Black lieutenant serving in the armed forces.
MSNBC panel reacts to the absolutely horrific police stop of a Black lieutenant at a gas station in Virginia.
How does this work, exactly? Is this a "Don't hurt my feelings, or I'll HAVE to shoot you" scenario?
Brilliant Georgetown Law Professor Paul Butler gives the opening statement he would give were he the attorney prosecuting the case against the cops who killed Breonna Taylor. You know...assuming they were ever arrested.
Joy Reid's panel discuss the outrageous tweet-firing of Geoffrey Berman of the SDNY.
Nicolle Wallace and Paul Butler summarize the charges against the officers involved in the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta.
Former federal prosecutor Paul Butler points out the pickle Flynn is in: He either lied to the FBI or he lied to the judge. And there is also the likely possibility he lied to both of the
Joy Reid and her panel take apart the latest talking point to come out of Trump-land from Gordon Sondland, which is that there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine, but not a "corrupt one."
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