46:40 | Jan 15th, 2018
How should the Constitution's privacy protections be translated for a new technological era? This is a question before the Supreme Court today, but it was also a question that captivated a justice appointed to the Supreme Court 100 years ago — Louis ...Show More
47:59 | Oct 9th, 2017
In 1963, the Supreme Court ruled in Gideon v. Wainwright that states must offer a defense attorney to all poor people accused of crimes. It was a decision that transformed the concept of fair trials in America, but that still left major challenges to...Show More
42:07 | Aug 7th, 2017
This "we the people" episode explores indigenous rights. In 1879, a case involving Chief Standing Bear came before a Nebraska courtroom and demanded an answer to the question: Are Native Americans considered human beings under the U.S. Constitution?
1:04:37 | Jul 24th, 2017
In the premier episode of “Constitutional,” we go back in time to that hot Philadelphia summer in 1787 when a group of revolutionary Americans debated, drank and together drafted the U.S. Constitution. Episode guests include historian Erica Dunbar, N...Show More