Effects of Institutionalization w/ Prof. Jamila Lyn, DJ Lyve, Dr. Bernard Ashby, and Peter Schoenthal

The Bankruptcy Episode w/ Paul Orshan, Leyza Blanco, Jacqueline Calderín, and Joe Stone

Broke, busted, tapped out, lost in the woods, dissolute, naked in the winter, wiped out, over lev’d, indigent, penniless, gone fishin’, in the poor house, itinerant, rambling, povertized, compromised, chaptered, scrambling, crumbling … Bankrupt!

No matter how you describe it, it all means the same thing…you borrowed money, you owe money, but you’ve got no money and the creditors are coming at you with all they got.

Your creditors have spent so much time breathing down your neck that the back of your head smells like the garlic heavy meal they had last night for dinner.

And it looks like you’re on the menu for their next meal. As they set out to cannibalize every last assets you have to pay off your debt.

But don’t lose hope yet, bankruptcy and the laws governing this federal domain could save you. And all of a sudden, having no money seems like the best alternative to owing more than you can ever pay back in a thousand lifetimes.

In just four to seven years, the vultures will have stopped circling and you could have a brand new shiney credit record and once again be a good risk for someone else to take a chance on.

Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all.

Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it out.

Felony Miami Episode 21 w/ Host Joe Stone and Guests:

Paul Orshan

Leyza Blanco

Jacqueline Calderín

 


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Talking Jail and Prison Health Care w/ Dr. Inaki Bent, Dr. Bernard Ashby, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Host Joe Stone

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Joe Stone, Dr. Inaki Bent, Attorney Dan Marshall, and Dr. Bernard Ashby
Four walls, steel bars, and a saline drip.
Concrete bed, bologna sandwich, convulsions, embolism, heart rate speeding like a freight train through your chest plate. The fear is gripping and real. It’s not just that you are going to jail, it’s that you might have a medical issue. And the thought of going into the prison health care system is causing half of the symptoms.
You think it’s sucks to catch a flu in the free world? Try facing down bronchitis in the Dade County Jail.
The wrong side of the law has its own fully staffed medical facility to treat all the broken jaws, busted eye sockets, and K-9 dog bites dished out on alleged criminals as they enter the system, but the fact is that the Miami jail medical staff is county government run; and the Florida prisons are run by private medical companies who’s motivation is profit based. And that can’t be good for the patient …
Where there is injustice for one, there is injustice for all.
Welcome to Felony Miami. Let’s air it out.

Felony Miami Episode 20 with Host Joe Stone and Guests:

  • Dr. Inaki Bent
  • Dr. Bernard Ashby
  • Attorney Dan Marshall

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The Problem of Private Prisons w/ Kristy Figueroa Contreras, Paul Wright, Jerry Ianelli, and Joe Stone

Lie Detectors w/ Joseph W. Harper, Nayib Hassan, and Joe Stone

If everybody who was telling lies in South Florida had their pants catch fire, the entire federal and state budget, all tax money, a reverse lien on Fort Knox, and a fifth mortgage on the Federal Reserve would have to go to paying overtime to the Metro Dade Fire Department to put it out.

Diversity Controversy w/ Renee Gordon, Loreal Arscott, Kadisha Phelps, and Joe Stone

Productivity is usually a good thing. But not when it comes to mass incarceration. In fact, the harassing, and stalking, and arresting, and incarcerating, and ruining the records of those who are guilty of victimless so-called crimes, is one of the greatest problems in America today.

Coerced Confessions w/ Matt Ladd, Maggie Arias, Jeff Weiner, and Joe Stone

Truth and lies. Some people live them, some people tell them, and some people mix both into one and don’t do either very well.

When it comes to the criminal justice system, it’s been said that there are three sides to every story: His, hers, and the truth.

Inside The Drug War w/ David Bolton, Jim Shedd, Tom Raffanello, and Joe Stone

From Medellín to Mexico; Panama to Bogotá; and Sinaloa to South Miami, in the 1980’s, the South American drug trade began its assault on the shores of the USA bringing with it money, violence and really bad bad guys.

Investigating Criminals w/ Ramesh Nyberg, Stephan Lopez, Roger F. Martinez, and Joe Stone

There’s blood in the mud, cocaine in the evidence room, and millions of pages of arrest reports. To say that there’s been a lot of crime committed in Miami is the understatement of the century.

When it comes to solving crimes, and closing cases out, our three guests today are experts in the field. Real life Miami vice investigators

Felony Miami Season 1: The After Show