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Grands procès médiatiques, réformes institutionnelles controversées, polémiques à répétition sur l’état des prisons… C’est ainsi qu’on résume souvent -voire qu’on caricature – l’actualité de la justice et du droit. Dans "Angle droit", la journaliste Marie Boëton, accompagnée d'un invité, passe au crible les innovations juridiques du moment, les enjeux cachés d’un débat ou encore les évolutions au long cours du système judiciaire et nous offre un éclairage nouveau, riche et complexe, sur l'ac ...
 
A podcast by lawyers and law students hoping to make complicated legal doctrines easy to understand. This podcast features legal education podcast produced by Amicus Juris Productions: "Amicus Juris: The Podcast Project," "The Triumvirate," "In Coffee Veritas," and the "The Legal Robot Podcast." Amicus Juris: The Podcast Project is a 100% non-profit endeavor. Please help us sustain our podcast episodes by donating a small sum to cover our expenses. You can send us your donation via Ko-fi.com ...
 
Faute d’assister aux audiences, le citoyen peut acquérir des repères juridiques grâce au cinéma, à la télévision ou devant son ordinateur. Les films de fictions et les séries télé sont d’importantes sources d’informations sur le fonctionnement de la justice mais depuis un certain temps maintenant, provoquent également une réflexion citoyenne sur les questions juridiques. En écoutant des extraits et en essayant d'établir des rapports entre justice et culture, les invités de "La Justice à l'oe ...
 
Diffusée pour la première fois en 1999 dans les programmes de France Culture et après quinze années sur son antenne, l’émission phare d’Antoine Garapon renaît sur l'antenne d’Amicus Curiae. L’émission poursuit un double objectif : vaincre les préjugés négatifs à l’égard du droit et permettre aux auditeurs de se l’approprier pour trouver des arguments, en discuter les solutions et comprendre les controverses, sans tomber dans l’effervescence de la polémique. »
 
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Amicus Radio - Les Acteurs du droit

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Amicus Radio - Les Acteurs du droit

Une émission de Julie Allard, Anne Lagerwall, Vincent Lefebve, et Julien Pieret

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“Les Acteurs du droit” propose de comprendre le droit et la justice à partir de personnages qui donnent chair au droit. L’émission dresse le portrait d’individus qui ont joué un rôle dans une affaire judiciaire et qui ont ensuite inspiré les scénaristes et les metteurs en scène. Chaque épisode s’attache à présenter un film basé sur une histoire vraie et dont le héros est, par essence, un acteur du droit.
 
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Résumé de l’épisode Il y a près d’un an, Camille Kouchner publiait La familia Grande dans lequel elle dénonçait les actes incestueux de son beau-père, le politologue Olivier Duhamel, sur son frère jumeau. Ce n’est pas un scandale de plus, mais bien le scandale de trop. Car l’onde de choc médiatique -liée à la notoriété de l’auteur des faits- s’est …
 
Just recently, former Mayor Lito Atienza, a well-known pro-life advocate and now Vice Presidential candidate and Supreme Court Associate Justice Marvic Leonen locked horns on the legal concept of marriage. According to Atienza, same sex marriage cannot be legally possible as its purpose is reproduction. On the other hand, Justice Leonen questions A…
 
In the wake of two major vaccine-mandate decisions at the high court this week, Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Andy Slavitt, former senior adviser to Biden’s White House pandemic response team. Slavitt was also the acting administrator of the Centers of Medicare and Medicaid Services from 2015 to 2017. He hosts the In the Bubble podcast, and is the a…
 
Résumé de l’épisode Sophie Sontag-Koenig reçoit deux invités travaillant au sein de l’ATIGIP, l’agence du travail d’intérêt général et de l’insertion professionnelle des personnes placées sous-main de justice. Invités Jessica VONDERSCHER Cheffe du service du travail d’intérêt général, au sein de ATIGIP. Matthieu PHILIPPE Chef de projet au sein du s…
 
Talks are swirling about the possibility of postponing the 2022 Presidential elections due rising Covid-19 infections. While it is highly improbable that the Covid-19 pandemic can justify the complete postponement of the election, it can cause the postponement of elections in provinces, cities or municipalities where Covid-19 infections remain unco…
 
As the country is ravaged by the more infection Omicron variant of the Covid-19 virus, President Rodrigo Duterte announced that he is ordering barangay captains (village chiefs) to arrest unvaccinated persons who would leave their residences. Later, there were talks about the declaration of Martial Law if the number of the infected has skyrocketed …
 
2021 was a year when two young women from Mindanao died under controversial circumstances. At the beginning of that year, flight attendant Christine Dacera was found unconscious and later pronounced dead due to aortic aneurysm. In September of same year, promising visual artist Bree Jonson was declared dead due to asphyxia after she was found uncon…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Sherrilyn Ifill, president and director-counsel of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, to reflect on the past year and her time at the head of the legendary civil rights organization as she prepares to step down in spring 2022. In our Slate Plus segment, Dahlia is joined by Slate’s Mark Joseph Stern for the “A…
 
Just after Christmas, Opposition lady Senator Risa Hontiveros posted bail after the Pasay City Prosecutor found probable cause against her for a violation of Republic Act 4200 or the Anti- Wiretapping law. This was based on the complaint filed by former Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre who took offense when Senator Hontiveros presented a photo o…
 
Election surveys have become influential to both candidates and voters. As such it is often feared that manipulation of surveys for purpose of disinformation could create a bandwagon effect and unduly favor a political candidate. However, the Philippine Supreme Court through a 20-year old decision has struck down a COMELEC resolution that regulates…
 
If it is true that the controversial lawyer who is subject of the Foreign Correspondents Association of the Philippines or FOCAP's letter to the Supreme Court and the Integrated Bar of the Philippines has exhibited a beastly and utterly despicable behavior, something reflective of belligerent impunity then law practitioners in the Philippines have …
 
In this episode, the Legal Robot Podcast Team will discuss the doctrine of the separation of the church and the state. What does it really mean? Are some people correct to say that this means priests and other religious are not allowed to meddle with politics? The issue on the Separation of the Church and the State is timely after popular Catholic …
 
Almost a year later, are we seeing signs of some sort of accountability for the Jan. 6 insurrection? And why is that accountability so important and yet so hard to achieve? Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Walter Shaub, former director of the Office of Government Ethics, Shaub currently leads the Project on Government Oversight’s ethics initiative. Pod…
 
Résumé de l’épisode Certains grands principes -connus de tous- se voient contournés une fois, puis bousculés à répétition. On s’en émeut d’abord, puis de moins en moins. Et un jour, on réalise qu’ils appartiennent au passé. N’est-ce pas ce qu’il est en train d’advenir à la présomption d’innocence ? Un principe cardinal de notre état de droit selon …
 
Before pursuing the Philippine Presidency in the 2022 elections, Senator and world champion boxer Manny Pacquiao has already done a lot for his country. He has helped the poor, built houses for the homeless and inspired a generation of Filipinos to be successful despite the economic hardship. Around 30 years ago, notarious drug lord Pablo Escobar w…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Mark Joseph Stern for an emergency reading of the jurisprudential tea leaves in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decisions regarding Texas’ abortion ban, under SB8. Podcast production by Sara Burningham. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesOleh Slate Podcasts
 
Philippine Energy Secretary Alfonso Cusi and Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy filed multiple cyber-libel and libel cases against media outfits and journalists for their news report on graft charges filed against them in connection with the Malampaya project. Denounced Philippine media community as an attack on press freedom, Secretary Cusi explain…
 
Résumé de l’épisode Les « biens mal acquis », ce sont les sommes d’argent placées dans les banques occidentales, les biens immobiliers, objets ou voitures de luxe achetés en France par des dirigeants étrangers ou leurs proches avec de l’argent issu de la corruption dans leur pays d’origine. Hier pionnière, militante et contestée, l’appellation a mi…
 
The episode will discuss vote-buying which has become prevalent before the campaign period when such an election offense is not yet punishable. Many candidates for the 2022 election are giving goods and cash left and right in the guise of "financial" assistance. Is our election law toothless when it comes to this worrisome practice of premature cam…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Julie Rikelman, senior director of litigation at the Center for Reproductive Rights, who argued for reproductive rights and liberty on behalf of Jackson Women’s Health in Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health at the Supreme Court this week. Together, they unpack the arguments and discuss the women missing from the narratives i…
 
Murderer and disgraced former policeman Sgt. Jonel Nuezca was found dead inside the National Bilibid Penitentiary at Muntinlupa City. This was after he was sentenced to double life imprisonment and ordered to pay civil damages to the families of his two victims. Now that he is dead, who will pay for the amount of civil liability? Will his victims b…
 
Davao-based Chinese businessman Michael Young filed a petition in the Supreme Court to prevent the Senate Blue Ribbon Committee to arrest him and require him to present testimony which according to him are "personal" in nature. Yang is part of the ongoing Senate Blue Ribbon Committee investigation on the alleged anomalous procurement of COVID-19 su…
 
The dismissal of the drug possession case against Julian Ongpin, the son of Filipino billionaire Roberto Bobby Ongpin raised a lot of eyebrows. This could be due to the unfamiliarity with legal jargon like determination of probable cause, chain of custody rule and constructive possession of illegal drugs. As such, it is high time that these complic…
 
Résumé de l’épisode L’oeuvre de Michel Audiard (1920-1985) marque la culture française principalement à travers de ses dialogues pour le cinema dans des films comme « Les Tontons flingueurs », « Le Président » ou « Mort d’un pourri ». Nous recevons aujourd’hui Fabrice Defferrard, auteur de l’ouvrage « Les lois de Michel Audiard – liberté, fraternit…
 
Two major surprises in Philippine legal community happened this week. First is the dismissal of the drug charges against mega-rich Julian Ongpin due to lack of probable cause. The second is the extension of tithe me given by the COMELEC to presidential aspirant Ferdinand Marcos, Jr. despite failure file to an Answer to disqualification petition aga…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by leading environmental lawyer and Harvard professor Richard Lazarus , author of The Rule of Five: Climate History at the Supreme Court, to discuss cases currently flying under many court-watchers’ radar, which could have a huge impact on our ability to respond to climate change. In our Slate Plus segment, Slate’s senior …
 
For nearly 4 years, Philippine show business has cherished internet couple sensation, Wil Dasovich and Alodia Gosiengfiao. What started as a fairly tale love story between an up and coming Youtuber and the country's Cosplay Queen seemed to have ended abruptly just after they were featured planning for their dream house. What really happened to thei…
 
The election fever has brought the circus into town! Just days before the deadline for substitution, Presidential daughter Sara Duterte withdrew her certificate of candidacy for City Mayor of Davao in a bid to run for the Vice Presidency. Seen by critics as a move to partner with Ferdinand Marcos Jr., the reactions of veteran politicians President …
 
What could be the probable defense of Filipino actor/model Enchong Dee in the cyber -libel case filed against him by Congresswoman Claudine Bautista-Lim? This episode discusses a defense available in a cyber-libel case when the complainant is a public official. Audio clips from the Rappler Youtube channel were used in the episode for educational pu…
 
Résumé de l’épisode Tel Asterix et Obélix, qui n’a pas une fois au moins été confronté à cette inexorable sensation d’impuissance en partant en quête d’une information administrative, étant balloté de service en service, de bureau en bureau, parfois si près du but… La qualité d’un service public doit notamment s’analyser au regard de la notion d’ac…
 
The 1987 Constitution of the Philippines ushered in new provisions that make the Executive Department more transparent to the people with regard the President's health and well-being. It also created an order of succession to the Presidency if the President dies, becomes permanently incapacitated, or resigns during his term of office. Under the Con…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Elizabeth Wydra, President of the Constitutional Accountability Center, a think tank, law firm, and action center dedicated to the project of using the original text, purpose and history of the Constitution to achieve progressive outcomes. Together, they take us inside the chamber for the big cases at the Supreme Court …
 
At the onset of the election season in the Philippines, the first legal option open to politicians vying for government posts is to disqualify their opponents. This is ensures them a sure win in the upcoming polls. This being the case, it is important to know what are the grounds to disqualify a candidate. Under Philippine laws, these grounds are p…
 
This episode is first of the 3 series special features on internet trolls and the upcoming election. Part 1 will discuss the legal basis for possible regulation by the Commission on Election (COMELEC) of online social media platforms like Facebook to prevent spread of fake news and other misinformation.…
 
This episode tackles the right to boycott as part of protected rights of expression under the Constitution. It also looks into the alleged call to boycott certain business establishments in Iloilo City due to political affiliation. Join our newest segment host, Sofie as she tries to discuss complicated legal matters in simple terms. Audio recording…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of Berkeley Law School at the University of California to discuss a pair of brief opinions from the Supreme Court on qualified immunity for the police that came down this week. They hint that the high court may be ready to expand police immunity from lawsuits. Dean Chemerinsky’s new book, Presumed…
 
From January 16 to February 6, 2022, the Supreme Court of the Philippines will hold the bar examination after the country was placed under continuous quarantine due to the Covid-19 pandemic. With the changes come the struggle and apprehension of 2 batches of barristers (2020 and 2021) who will take on the modified of the country's most competitive …
 
For this episode, the Legal Robot Podcast ventures into new territory, Philippine show business. The ongoing exchange of messages on social media between former showbiz love birds, Aljur Abrenica and Kylie Padilla has already involved controversial sexy star A.J. Raval. In their online declarations, curiosity has built up as to who among them are i…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Professor Lee Epstein, who studies judicial behavior using empirical legal research, to try to figure out what’s unprecedented partisanship and what’s clumsy PR from the justices as we embark upon a hugely consequential new Supreme Court term. In our Slate Plus segment, Mark Joseph Stern joins Dahlia to talk about Justi…
 
Résumé de l’épisode Il porte le nom d’un cheval, du plus célèbre cheval de la mythologie grecque, mais loin du mythe il a ravivé avec lui une réalité bien plus tangible : Pegasus. Ce cheval de Troie informatique, logiciel espion a été mis récemment sur le devant de la scène médiatique. Invité Bertrand Warusfel est professeur à l’Université Paris 8,…
 
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