Envision Radio Networks’ The Final Verdict delivers some of Rock & Roll’s most famous legal battles during “Rocktober and The Law,” a week of free content. Renowned Attorney J. Coleman examines prominent legal encounters including Neil Young being sued for not being himself, Christina Aguilera’s arrest for drinking and NOT driving, Tom Waits’ court case against Doritos, and the fight between KISS’ “Dreamin” and Alice Cooper’s “Eighteen”.
Coleman will examine some of rock and roll’s most prominent encounters with the law including Neil Young being sued for not being himself, Christina Aguilera’s arrest for drinking and NOT driving, Tom Waits winning millions from Doritos without ever writing a note, and the fight over similarities between KISS’ “Dreamin’” and Alice Cooper’s hit “Eighteen”?
The week of vignettes is available for broadcast October 8th through October 14th.
The Final Verdict is a barter-free, legal minute hosted by renowned attorney J. Coleman. Each day’s legal challenge involves real cases and real people in everyday situations including divorce, accidents, real estate, workplace issues, religion, child custody, money issues and marriage.
Coleman personally writes and records each episode of The Final Verdict based on a genuine legal case.