Not so long ago I began a podcast and it has been slowly gaining listens. I’m going to hit the 30,000 cumulative listens mark in the next week or so. And, I have listeners all over the world (Singapore, Portugal, New Zealand). I have no idea why. Maybe they think they can learn English by listening to a fast-talking American lawyer?
The cool thing is that a syndicated radio show in Australia asked me if they could download the show, edit it and play it as a regular feature down there. I kid you not.
This week’s podcast is about drinking and driving. Although it is not a major part of my practice, I have seen enough cases to where I can give you the thumbnail version. Don’t do it. It will cost you dearly in time, money and inconvenience. I know there are all kinds of moral arguments against it but I figure I’ll go with the practical argument here. Give it a listen and heed the advice.
And the pic at the top? A manufacturer plate from Illinois. Pray tell, what manufacturer could possibly have been building cars in Illinois in 1948?
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Steve Lehto has been practicing law for 23 years, almost exclusively in consumer protection and Michigan lemon law. He wrote The Lemon Law Bible and Chrysler’s Turbine Car: The Rise and Fall of Detroit’s Coolest Creation.
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