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We live in a nation increasingly divided on racial, ethnic, and political lines. Much of the leading media of our day focuses on the agendas that drive these divisions, but little is said about the phenomena itself, or the underlying social justice issues.

Brian Dunn, a leading Civil Rights attorney and the managing partner of The Cochran Firm in California, explores these issues each week with Producer Jim Oates, and various other guests from the legal and business communities. Brian is one of the most successful civil plaintiff attorneys in California in the field of police misconduct and use of deadly force by police. A Nation Divided focuses not only on the reality of the division between law enforcement and the public, but on the deeper divisions in our society. Only on 790 KABC Radio.

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NDR | 07.28.18

w/ Megan Gyongyos

On this episode, special guest Megan Gyongyos talks about her experience in representing and defending her client's who have been involved in police shootings.  Megan is someone who doesn't just talk about the cases but is working on these cases everyday. Megan Gyongyos is an associate attorney with The Cochran Firm — California. Her primary practice area is civil litigation, with an emphasis on civil rights, police misconduct, wrongful death and personal injury cases. Megan graduated summa cum laude from Southwestern Law School, where Megan served as lead articles editor for the Southwestern Law Review.

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Los Angeles-area man falsely accused in deputies shooting speaks out

Darnell Hicks’ life has been thrown into disarray in the days since he was falsely accused of being the gunman behind an ambush attack on two Los Angeles County sheriff’s

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