“The Constitution Today with WMU-Cooley Law Professors Brendan Beery and Jeff Swartz” “Telling Us What They Really Think”, Michael Letts, Police Chaplain and InVest-USA CEO, and Bob Marrone, General Manager/Anchor of Radio Westchester, and Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor/Radio Host Hezi Aris

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The CALL-IN NUMBER is 347-205-9201. 

Callers will be asked for their first name so that they may be respectfully addressed by name!

The broadcast is heard “Live” or “On Demand” via the following hyperlink which is specific to the Tuesday, January 18th broadcast – http://tobtr.com/s/12049900 

The. U.S. Constitution

Jeffrey D. Swartz Professor Swartz has participated in appeals and oral argument before the Ohio Supreme Court and the Florida Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit, and the First, Fourth and Third District Courts of Appeal of Florida.
While serving as a county court judge, Swartz served as a member of the faculty of the Conference of County Court Judges, as well as for the faculty of the College of Advanced Judicial Studies. He also served three terms as a member and chair of the Florida Supreme Court Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee.
At WMU-Cooley, Professor Swartz teaches Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure.
He is heard every Tuesday on the Westchester On the Level broadcast: “The Constitution”.

Professor Brendan T. Beery has appeared on scores of television and radio interviews and has been quoted in international, national, and local media outlets, including Salon.com, The Hill, Law360, The Washington Examiner, U.S. News & World Report, Talking Points Memo, and the Westchester On the Level radio broadcast “The Constitution”. His op-ed pieces have appeared in the Detroit Free Press, the Lansing State Journal, and Attorney at Law Magazine,

COLUMBIA, SC, TAMPA, FL, and YONKERS, NY — January 18, 2022 — “The Constitution Today” segment, hosted by Professors Jeffrey Swartz, former judge, constitutional/criminal lawyer, and Brendan Beery, constitutional lawyer, both of WMU-Cooley Law School’s Tampa, Florida campus, are heard this and every Tuesday morning.

The criminal and constitutional law professors captivate our minds and cajole a gasp as we delight in their introductory segment which they call “Telling Us What They Really Think”, followed by the impact the U.S. Constitution has on our present day. From 10-11am EST

SPECIAL NOTE: “The views expressed by Professors Swartz and Beery are their own and are not necessarily the views of the Administration of WMU Cooley Law School or its faculty as a whole.” 10-11am EST

Michael A. Letts is a Police Chaplain, CEO and Founder of In-Vest USA, a national grassroots non-profit organization that is helping hundreds of communities provide thousands of bullet-proof vests for their police forces through educational, public relations, sponsorship, and fundraising programs.

In-Vest USA Founder/CEO/Columbia, SC Police Chaplain Michael Letts. 11-11:30am EST

Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor Hezi Aris

Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher/Editor reviews the latest hyperlocal, county, state, national,and international news and concerns with commensurate analysis. 11:30am-12Noon EST.

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