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  • #20 Protesting and the Criminal Law

    Peter and Oscar discuss protesting, criminal law and the ongoing protests in Ottawa. A new character appears to teach listeners the Latin phrase for “rule of law”, and Oscar expresses his passion for Strat-O-Matic baseball. Find Peter Sankoff @ Twitter: petersankoff website: www.petersankoff.com Fol … Read more »

  • #19 The Crimes of Home Alone

    Peter, Penny and Oscar team up for a special Christmas episode! The gang discusses the many crimes committed throughout the Home Alone movies and rank their best/worst Christmas films. Find Peter Sankoff @ Twitter: petersankoff website: www.petersankoff.com Follow Translating Criminal Law on social … Read more »

  • #18 The Difference Between a Public Defender and a Lawyer

    Peter and Penny talk Hanukkah traditions, Penny asks about the difference between a public defender and a lawyer and King Roogna makes an appearance to explain the Latin word of the day, “lacuna”. Find Peter Sankoff @ Twitter: petersankoff website: www.petersankoff.com Follow Translating Criminal La … Read more »

  • #17 Learning About Bail

    Peter explains what bail is and why it’s so important. The big word of the day is “surety” and Penny and Peter discuss Penny’s crystal collection. Find Peter Sankoff @ Twitter: petersankoff website: www.petersankoff.com Follow Translating Criminal Law on social media @  TikTok: lawtranslation_ Twitt … Read more »

  • #16 Costumes and Crime: A Special Halloween Episode

    In this special Halloween episode, Oscar and Peter discuss Oscar’s burgeoning baseball career and Oscar reviews movies and TV shows, including Edge of Tomorrow and The Bad Batch. Peter explains when you can get in trouble for wearing a costume, and the word of the day is “impersonation”. Find Peter … Read more »