Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Bonus Podcast Episode with Billy Corben and Alfred Spellman

We've had defense lawyers.  We've had judges.  And today, I'm excited to let you know that we have a bonus episode of For the Defense with filmmakers (and my good friends and producers of this podcast!) Billy Corben and Alfred Spellman about their latest rakontur production -- Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami.  

If you haven't seen the docuseries on Netflix yet, you really should check it out. It's about the rise and fall of Willy Falcon and Salvador Magluta, also known as Los Muchachos or the Boys.  It's an only-in-Miami story -- Billy and Alfred's specialty.  

Lawyers will love it because it details the numerous trials in the case and there are lots of great interviews with federal prosecutors and defense lawyers (including Albert Krieger, Rod Vereen, Pat Sullivan, Chris Clark, Richard Klugh, and others).  Non-lawyers will love it for all of the craziness involved in the cases, detailed by none other than Jim Defede, who covered the cases in his New Times articles:  

And the latest version:

You can check out the bonus episode on AppleSpotify, and Google,  All other platforms, including a regular desktop player, can be accessed on our website

Speaking of which, it's not too late to catch up on Seasons 1-3 of For The Defense.  While you are doing so, please subscribe, like, and comments.  We need you! (If you have a friend that would like to receive these updates, please have them sign up here.)


Hosted by David Oscar Markus and produced by rakontur


Anonymous said...

DOM: any luck getting your podcast eligible for CLE credits? I've listened to a couple of episodes, but my podcast time is being taken up by my CLE deadline.

Anonymous said...

The first three seasons are approved. He gives out the code at the conclusion of the last episode of each season.

Anonymous said...

@926 - thanks

Anonymous said...

I really want to applaud David for doing his podcast with these incredible guests. Thanks David!

Anonymous said...

This last podcast was fascinating and must listening for anyone who is even remotely interesting in Miami's history. Not something for CLE credits though. Unless you are in the business of bribing jurors or, better yet, paying off and intimidating government witnesses to testify.

Bob Rosenblatt said...

Great job with the interviews. Better interviewer than Howard Stern.!!!