Hang out with Wall Street veteran Danny Moses, featured in The Big Short, and Bail Bondsman to the stars and author of "The Fixer," Ira Judelson here on BAILSTREET. Sometimes, their friend Jon Leiberman from "America's Most Wanted" and "Howard Stern" pops in.
BAILSTREET is where the worlds of crime and finance meet. This show has a lot of fun exploring the latest trends on Wall Street, the markets, major arrests, pop culture icons, and will feature some of the biggest names in pop culture including Michael Lewis, Fat Joe, Braylon Edwards, Ja Rule, Lawrence Taylor and more. Bail reform and prison reform are always top of mind as well.
The one and only Desiigner - rapper, singer, producer and everything in between sits down with the guys and weighs in on his new music, the death of Kim Porter and the arrest of Tekashi 6ix9ine. Plus, behind the scenes of the Whitey Bulger murder investigation.
On this episode of Bailstreet New Yorker staff writer Adam Davidson (he’s broken lots of stories) tells the guys he actually thinks this may be the calmest period of the Trump administration. What does he know that we don’t?
Lead singer of the Cro-Mags John Joseph opens up in an hour long interview about the abuse he endured as a child, his upcoming book, his feelings about one of his former bandmates and why the Cro-Mags haven’t released any new material lately. (hint - it could be coming).
Senior reporter for Barron’s Mary Childs joins the show and tells the guys if there were a female head of Tesla she would be long gone by now. Plus, she talks about how she believes prison may not be the best place for white collar criminals.
On this bonus episode of BAILSTREET, rapper Casanova (who Ira recently bailed out) joins us and opens up about what it’s like to be in solitary confinement, why he still feels alone most of the time and why he says he will beat his latest charges
Danny and Ira chat with the legendary Charles Oakley about everything from gambling to the Knicks and everything in between. Charles’ high profile trial lawyer at Quinn Emanuel Alex Spiro joins in for the chat as well and weighs in on his passion: bail reform
You may know him from New York Undercover or Empire or Designated Survivor. He's Malik Yoba - and he has a lot to say. He sits down with the guys to talk bail reform, prison reform, and in everything in between. Malik argues that Rikers Island prison should be closed. Plus, he talks about his encounter with Harvey Weinstein and a possible New York Undercover relaunch. All of that and more on this season 2 premiere of BAILSTREET.
Stacey Richman, one of the top criminal defense attorneys in the world, joins us in studio this week on BailStreet. She shares her passion for defending everyone's right to a competent defense, some of the big celebrity names that she has had the privilege to represent, and a few tropes about the courtroom that are just not true. Stacey hangs out as we talk about the world of whistleblowing in corporate America, how the awards for this have exploded and why some folks take issue with it. For more episodes go to BailStreet.com Follow Bail Street on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Follow Danny Moses on Twitter @dmoses34
Ira Judelson is handling the bail package for Conor McGregor following the misdemeanor assault incident that took place at Barclay's Center. Ira gives us the inside scoop on what led to the incident and why Conor is a stand up guy. Danny's friend Mitch Baruchowitz, Managing Partner of Merida Capital Partners (in which Danny is an investor) drops by to discuss different innovations, legal hurdles, financial questions, and moral conundrums that come with the legalization of cannabis, and some of the industries that are putting up hurdles on the federal level while states take a shot. And speaking of states, Danny thinks the Supreme Court could make it possible for sports gambling to come to a location near you. He and Mitch discuss the 10th Amendment and Ira shares some of the reluctance from the alleged family businesses that aren't a fan of the potential change.
“Who wouldn’t want to be a gangster?” Gerard Marrone, our guest this week, says this on his YouTube docuseries The Street Attorney. “I went the other way. I became a lawyer. I represent the made guys and the bosses. They get locked up, I get them out,” he tells us. Join us for this absorbing interview. He’ll be talking about everything from his favorite kinds of cases, the reasons some mob cases are federal and some aren’t, and growing up in Queens. At just 21 years old and working on being a professional boxer, Gerard was shot in the back at a party protecting his sister. Initially told he’d never walk again, he beat the odds and now walks right into the court room. He’ll talk about how his personal experience of getting shot has turned into empathy for his clients, which can be a real asset for his attorney business. Here’s what else we’ll cover in this episode. N
Famed author and commentator Michael Lewis is on the show today. He’s the author of a number of smash hits including The Big Short, Moneyball, Flash Boys, Liar's Poker, The Blind Side, and more. He shares his feelings on the financial crisis, the performance of the current administration, some needed changes needed in college athletics and more. He also teases an upcoming podcast project he is working on and plans to release later this year. Danny breaks down the decision of Gary Cohn to leave the President’s economic council and upcoming changes to Dodd-Frank, while Ira provides an update on Harvey Weinstein’s pending legal situation. For more episodes go to BailStreet.com Follow Bail Street on
BailStreet welcomes Fat Joe to the show. He talks about his time inside, how he and Ira met, what it took for him to make it, how Joe is a stand-up guy and how with some hard work he is back on top. Fat Joe also shares information about his new single Get Excited and upcoming album Family Ties. Later on, Danny provides a 2018 outlook for the economy that may have you running for the hills. For more episodes go to BailStreet.com Follow Bail Street on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Follow Danny Moses on Twitter @dmoses34 Follow Mathew Passy on Twitter @mathewpassy
The introductory episode of BailStreet where we get to meet Wall Street pro Danny Moses and Bail Bondsman Ira Judelson. In this episode we learn why Danny and Ira are launching the BailStreet brand; how the two met which includes a great story about Dominique Strauss Kahn; and why it's so important for everyone to have a plan in place in case you find yourself in front of a judge. For more episodes go to BailStreet.com Follow Bail Street on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram Follow Danny Moses on Twitter @dmoses34 Follow Mathew Passy on Twitter @mathewpassy Links Referenced The Big Short