Ari Melber Discusses the Robert Mueller Investigation on ‘The Dan Abrams Show’

March 22, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 4:36 pm

Attorney General William Barr may soon receiveRobert Mueller’slong-awaited report. This week, MSNBC’s Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber joins The Dan Abrams Show to discuss what to expect.

While speculation abounds, the public may not get to see the final report.

The Special Counsel’s Office has specific regulations on what needs to be communicated to the Attorney General upon conclusion of an investigation. The Attorney General will receive a confidential report explaining the prosecution or declination decisions reached by the Special Counsel.

There is no subsequent obligation to release the report to the public, however the Attorney General may make that decision if he determines it to be in the public interest.

On that vein, Dan Abrams and Melber question why Donald Trump seems to have changed his tune by advocating for the release of the report to the public.

“Whitaker I think might have said to him ‘you’re good’” Abrams says. “And what does ‘you’re good’ mean?” Melber responds. “The bar is so low that ‘this will not force you out of office’ may have been communicated to him…Donald Trump may say ‘even if this report says x number of terrible facts about people around me, if I’m good…the rest of it is fine.’”

On the subject of what the report may actually contain, the answer may be even more ambiguous. Melber lays out four possibilities:

“I think there are four ways this can go down…one, there are further indictments, and rather than some report, those indictments tell us big new things and they’re in the public record. Two, there is no report whatsoever, Mueller finishes, says he’s done, congress is notified under the rules, and that’s it. Number three, there is a spare report, hey, we indicted these people, it’s a list of names, we already knew that. We investigated these people, maybe they’re redacted, and we’re done. And door number four is there’s some voluminous report.”

Listen above, via PodcastOne.

Hosts Sean ‘Sticks’ Larkin and Tom Morris Jr. Talk ‘Live PD’ on The Dan Abrams Show

March 15, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show,Writing — Editorial Staff @ 5:15 pm

The Dan Abrams Show: Where Politics Meets The Law this week showcases three of the best law enforcement experts on cable television.

Co-host Sean Larkin, who started as a patrol officer and member of the Gang Unit of the Tulsa Police Department, was often broadcast on Live PD. He quickly become a fan — and host — favorite.

Larkin says the attention he receives as an officer is many times amplified by the popularity of Live PD, but Dan is not convinced that’s all.

“These are many women who are saying ‘Hey, did you see that cop over there, he’s a sexy police man.’”

The other co-host is Tom Morris Jr., former America’s Most Wanted senior correspondent and Washington DC special police officer, who joined the show without fully realizing what he signed onto. In the podcast, Morris recounts his first day on set, where he believed the show to be much shorter than its actual runtime.

“As we approached the second hour ending, I said to the studio crew ‘well we’re almost done’ they go ‘uh, no dude, we got another hour’ I said ‘what, this is three hours long?’”

And the three hours of filming twice every weekend requires more than your typical control room producers.

The production of Live PD is very staff and technology heavy. Live PD records and broadcasts numerous police departments across the country. Producers have to monitor all incoming feeds simultaneously and determine which viewers should see. Sean’s unique experience as a patrol officer positions him to lead in-depth discussions of the filming experience on the ground and in studio.  Larkin explained:

“To have somebody stationed in your car – there’s a producer, there’s a camera man, and a sound guy…and I had a partner, so it was a very, very packed police car.”

Later, describing the process of broadcasting the show:

“There’s 32 live feeds coming in, I don’t know how many audio feeds that are coming in”

The trio discuss the phenomena of Live PD Nation which has garnered an expansive online fan base; the K9 officers who risk life and safety like their handler counterparts; and the most important contributions Live PD offers viewers and their communities.

The Dan Abrams Podcast March 14th, 2019

March 14, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 8:17 pm

Live PD hosts Dan Abrams, Sean “Sticks” Larkin, and Tom Morris Jr. discuss their law enforcement backgrounds and how they worked their way to the number one show on cable on Friday and Saturday Nights.

Law&Crime Network teams up with PodcastOne to launch legal podcasts with Live PD’s Dan Abrams kicking off.

March 8, 2019
Filed under: Blog,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 11:00 am

Law&Crime, the fast-growing 24/7 linear and OTT live trial network founded by TV’s top legal commentator Dan Abrams, has teamed up with PodcastOne to launch a series of new podcasts focusing on the world of law and true-crime. First to debut from Law & Crime on PodcastOne is the self-titled The Dan Abrams Podcast, set to release new episodes every Thursday, beginning today. Episodes will be available at, Apple Podcasts and

“Law & Crime is excited to expand its distribution to yet another important medium,” said Law & Crime founder, Dan Abrams. “Our partnership with PodcastOne will allow us share some amazing stories with expert legal analysis to a new audience.”

PodcastOne Founder & Executive Chairman, Norm Pattiz, said, “The law, and law enforcement today, are hot topics. Law & Crime and Dan know it better than anyone. Their team is a flat-out a great addition to the PodcastOne lineup.”

To listen to the show or subscribe, visit: or .

Stay tuned for more shows from the Law & Crime Network on PodcastOne.

For more information, please visit or Law & Crime .

About Law & Crime Network

From the high-profile criminal cases to the most compelling local trials, Law & Crime is the only 24/7 linear and OTT network offering daily live trial coverage with expert legal commentary and analysis. Launched in 2017 and backed by A&E Networks, Law & Crime is dedicated to exploring the always
intriguing world of the law, while also offering original crime stories and legal programs to a broad and multi-platform audience. The network broadcasts up to 4 live trials each day and has already archived more than 150 of the most compelling, high-profile trials across the United States. It is available on Philo, Pluto TV, Xumo, Tune In, Apple TV, Roku, TV Player, Klowd TV, and more.

Dan Abrams is founder and CEO of Law & Crime Network, Chief Legal Affairs Correspondent for ABC News, and the host of top-rated cable series “Live PD “ on A&E Network. ​He was previously the co-anchor of ABC’s Nightline, host of “The Abrams Report” and the acclaimed “Verdict with Dan Abrams” on MSNBC. ​Dan ​also ​​served as General Manager of MSNBC, where he presided over a period of unprecedented growth, with ratings and profits each increasing well over 50% during his tenure.

About PodcastOne

PodcastOne, ( the nation’s leading advertiser-supported podcast network, was founded by Norman Pattiz, founder of radio-giant Westwood One. The network currently hosts more than 300 of today’s most popular podcasts, including Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, Steve Austin, Kaitlyn Bristowe, Dan Patrick, A&E’s Cold Case, Laura Ingraham, Spencer and Heidi Pratt, Scheana Shay, Heather and Terry Dubrow, Jim Harbaugh, Ladygang, Dr. Drew, Chael Sonnen, Penn Jillette, Rich Eisen, Barbara Boxer and hundreds more.

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The Dan Abrams Podcast March 7th, 2019

March 7, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 4:25 pm

Law & Crime’s Dan Abrams discusses the importance of the two indictments against Russians against and what implications they hold, if any, for the Trump campaign. Former US Attorney & Deputy Assistant Attorney General in the Department of Justice Harry Litman talks Adam Schiff’s comments, and what direct evidence of collusion the Mueller investigation may have.

The Dan Abrams Podcast February 28th, 2019

February 28, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 2:24 pm

Former federal prosecutor for the SDNY and current NBC & MSNBC legal analyst Mimi Rocah joins Dan to discuss Michael Cohen’s testimony before the House Oversight Committee.

The Dan Abrams Podcast February 22nd, 2019

February 22, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 4:21 pm

Dan and Renato Mariotti discuss the New York Times Matthew Whitaker story. Mariotti breaks down the difference between legal analysts on major news networks.

The Dan Abrams Podcast February 13th, 2019

February 13, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 4:19 pm

Dan Abrams and Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade discuss Burr’s comments on the Senate Intelligence Committees investigation. They take a look at the Mueller investigation and Paul Manafort’s impact on the image of Trump’s campaign.

The Dan Abrams Podcast January 31st, 2019

January 31, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 2:18 pm

Dan analyzes the Roger Stone indictment and brief press conference following Stone’s early-morning arrest.

The Dan Abrams Podcast January 23rd, 2019

January 23, 2019
Filed under: Blog,Podcasts,The Dan Abrams Show — Editorial Staff @ 4:17 pm

Dan and David French, senior writer for National Review, discuss the latest government shutdown news and impacts being felt across the country. Dan looks into Rudy Giuliani’s most recent interviews on the Trump-Russia investigation.

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