Public Defenders: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

The Miranda warning includes the right to a public defender. It doesn’t include the fact that public defenders are highly overworked and grossly underpaid.
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    DarkForse17 soat oldin

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  2. BoobyQueue

    BoobyQueue4 kun oldin

    Just got hired for a law internship at the public defender’s office then immediately watched this. My future career is....bright?

  3. charles aristeguieta

    charles aristeguieta6 kun oldin

    Funny that the University of Ro(a)chester doesn’t have a law school. Maybe that roach would have gone to Syracuse or Buffalo law schools.

  4. Catherine Caroline Forbes

    Catherine Caroline Forbes6 kun oldin

    John Oliver's genius is combining prescient and acute sociopolitical commentary with comedy. Love him.

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  6. mack cummy

    mack cummy7 kun oldin

    With what lawyers charge how could most people afford them?

  7. nobody

    nobody9 kun oldin

    Prison is a business not a punishment.

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    Ruth Goldbergives15 kun oldin

    🇺🇸My Country Feedback🦅 🇺🇸My Daily Office🦅 Today Informed the authorities regarding the agents, some of whome are foreign nationals, and others who are American, engaged in corrupt, dishonorable, malicious, veinaly and mortally evil intelligence operation intended to misappropriated me into severely federally punishable criminal group activity. The group attempted unsuccessfully to co opt me and detain me for their own illicit purposes. I raised hell against it today at Office Depot on Figieroa Street. The agents were beside themselves with desperation as they attempted to falsely induct mand detain me for criminal purposes. Purposes of fraudulent, fictitious, felonious, make-believe, pretendn frivilous criminal litigation. I remember this old trick from the 1980s to foment fraudulent litigation back then too. It is legal group including but not limited to LA County Public Defenders. It's a syndicate. They are dishonorable people. They attempted to conduct me, induct me, detour me, away from the righteous path of abstinence from sin, Abstenance from smoking, abstinence from intoxicants, abstinence from liquor, abstenance from dope, drugs and narcotics. These people are unknown agents. Whose careers and lifesyles are built upon lies. Instead of stopping what they should not be doing, they go on and attempt to add more crimes. The County Public Defender group is corrupt, malicious, and dishonorable. Not knowing what else to do about their bold attempted to aggange for me an unwanted relationships, even to the extreme of coercion, and seeking to inerrupt my legitimate activities, and replace my legitimate activities with illegal activities. These agents are idiots. I observed today and outspoken, mentioned this problem of idiocy. An hour later, I informed the Deputy Sheriff of the dishonorable and malicious attempted to detain and defraud, and corrupt. These were older people who put the youngsters up to it. And hour after that. I informed desk officer at LAPD headquarters of the illegally detain me as part if their illegal, fraudulent, pretend, make-believe criminal casses. The entire infrastructure is dishonorable. Corrections is dishonorable, Public Defenders are dishonorable. I told the LAPD Officer that this is someone else's tradition, involving "hen-pecked" group members, and "pecking order" behavior. They've been thieves all of these years engaging in dishonorable litigation. Make-believe litigation, pretend-litigation. Sending people to hell wrongfully. Pretending to defend. Pretending to defend while in fact and actuality, not defending at all. That's the way it looks to me. Sincerely, gospelgirl I informed the Federal Trade Commission of this dishonorable attempt. I intend to inform the FBI USAttorney General California Attorney General The Government

  13. dennisjcny

    dennisjcny15 kun oldin

    How about this: for the 1 public defender who has 1,000 cases a year to deal with, why not create a program that allows law school students to help build a proper defense, with all the legwork involved, and assign the public defender the overseeing position over these teams of law school students. Check their work and do the court work/litigation. Instead of cramming in 3 cases a day, with all the work involved, use the time in a much more practical way. Law schools suck, public defenders are swamped, and clients get the crappy end of the stick. Kill three birds with one stone.

  14. David Post

    David Post15 kun oldin

    You can tell that judge and public defender didn't really fist fight. The judge has his officers around detaining the public defender.

  15. simenhw

    simenhw17 kun oldin

    Making the justice system private is just cruel.

  16. JustA Dad

    JustA Dad17 kun oldin

    I hope that judge lost his license.

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  18. TheAnimaster

    TheAnimaster20 kun oldin

    That graphic of the roaches 🪳 tho.... gonna give me nightmares!!!!!

  19. Tyler Almquist

    Tyler Almquist25 kun oldin

    When he says that we have only had the right to an attorney since 1963, he is only technically right. 1963 was when the Supreme Court ruled that the sixth amendment applied to the states thanks to the due process clause of the 14 amendment (this is the clause through which the bill of rights applies to the states). This was a reversal of the 1932 decision that the rules the sixth amendment only applied to defendants in federal court. Look up Gideon, he was actually crazy interesting. He stopped formal schooling at 14, taught himself law in jail, and filed his appeal to the Supreme Court on prison memo paper

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  22. JAECize of Unreal Anomaly

    JAECize of Unreal Anomaly29 kun oldin

    8:30 why did you cut out the end where the deputies came and tazed the CPA and the judge starting talking trash "Yeah, you know who the boss is now, m'er'fer!" and then went back to the court and sat on his childish ritualistic seat and went on with "business", or should I say immature and uncivilized money behavior tradition for the day.

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    Alien ApeOy oldin

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  26. patrick wolf

    patrick wolfOy oldin

    One more thing you may not know. Police do not have to and most often do not read you your Miranda Rights. So that is the comic part of this show.

  27. patrick wolf

    patrick wolfOy oldin

    Okay, I know this is an old video and nobody may ever see this. I write this post before I even watch this video. I want to know why we don't have public prosecutors / lawyers available for the people who have been wronged or violated that need to sue someone but can't afford a lawyer or one who would take the case pro-bono? Where are the rights for the poor when they need council to go to court but cannot afford it up front?

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    katie millsOy oldin

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  31. Plumikii Ryu

    Plumikii RyuOy oldin

    Please Do A Piece on Michael Jackson Hi, I’m writing to you because Last Week Tonight as opposed to other such shows actually cares about issues rather than chasing the headlines. It has been 11 years since Michael Jackson passed away yet to this day what the common consensus is that he is a taboo subject for many. I recall you guys once did a piece on Public Shaming. Michael Jackson was a genius, an abused child. He was strange. He was one of the few major stars from the 80s who came out of the 80s without a heroine addiction. He in his own way did many, Many strange things, but so do most other superstars. And more than others he actually cared. About children, about the earth. About the issues we are discussing to this day. While Icons like Freddie Mercury, Elvis Presley, Prince, Beetles and many more are known for their good works, Michael is known for the something which he has repeatedly been acquitted for. It’s the truth that anyone looking for will find instantly but due to the “where there is smoke there is a fire” narrative, even 11 years after his death, the new media treats him like a criminal. All his trial pages are open for the public to read. He WAS weird. Making a ranch called neverland, hanging out with children. Trusting people he shouldn’t. But I urge you please cover him, hear beyond the noise like you guys often do. The most successful African American Artist of all time was a humble man child, who respected women, loved children and cared about our environment. He was not a heroine junkie, a private man who did not share his disease even all the way back in 1993 even though he was accused of wanting to become a “White Man”. He was eccentric. Hanging out with animals and caring about them. This article covers multiple sources, some of which I had read previously. Michael Jackson was a multi talented millionaire pop star, who was not an alcoholic, was a caring father, a filial son, Treated women with respect, cared about the planet and it’s beings. The press that constantly kept DASHING him, had found a way to subvert their guilt. All those years of calling him a “Jacko”, “monkey” and many more hurtful things was justified if he was a paedophile. They NEEDED him to be guilty. Such a man cannot exist in Hollywood. Such public shaming had allowed and to this day allows Michael to be a victim to all this slander. Please do a piece, if not one that exonerates him then one that once and for all cements the fact the Michael Jackson, the greatest pop star, the first African American Idol was a paedophile. Not through unknown sources or flimsy headlines but through concrete proof. A news echoing in a closed chamber will not reach anyone, most fans who what to know the truth know it, other people will read the headlines but not the explanations. It’s about time the general public knows. Please do a piece on Michael, the blatant mistreatment by the media, The systematic racism he faced during his trials. Please don’t let the first African American Singer be remembered for the things he did not do, He was weird, weird enough to annoy Freddie Mercury with Bubbles feedbacks, weird enough to let kids crack raw eggs over Michael Jackson, Weird enough to play water balloons with children. But he was not a paedophile and the world needs to acknowledge that. He was in no way a “Perfect Human” but he tried his best to live right and we should not punish him for doing that. On this year please exonerate this Black man, the Justice System has done it two decades ago, it’s about time everyone else does. Please do a piece on Michael Jackson.

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  33. Shannon ayers-guzan

    Shannon ayers-guzanOy oldin

    Also having somebody's ID on your persons is also illegal as f*cK and is considered identy theft.. even if they left it in your car.... but I do give so much love to public defenders. I feel like if you can help them do their job it will help you in the long run

  34. Shannon ayers-guzan

    Shannon ayers-guzanOy oldin

    You probably have a better chance at trial just representing yourself. Honestly I took a charge in kansas and it was a possession charge and they amended it to a distribution. Even though I was never even caught with the substance on my personal body. I wasn't arrested either. And I ended up having to pay for my public defender 500.00 and on top of all that, Once I was released from a Residential Center in Johnson county Ks I moved back home and got a job and per my agreement for my probation transfer I had to pay 150.00. Which I was cool with. Well I ended up paying it off and the fines I had from joco courts went to collections. And on top of the 2500 dollar fines which the public defenders fee was included, I now had to pay the collection agency another 1000.00 for a filing fee. If I would've known that paying my 150.00 dollar transfer fee wasn't going to be reported and my account was going to be sent to collections I would've made some kind of payment. But that's where I feel like our judicial system is so crooked it makes Robin hood look like a super hero

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  36. John Smith

    John SmithOy oldin

    Public pretemders

  37. Mayginski

    MayginskiOy oldin

    To Florida the ONLY state that's more broken than TEXAS, who just experienced over a week of widespread power failures, no heat, no water or water that has to be boiled which is ASININE. No electricity and no heat in frigid temps, and no useable a slap in the face water; a SLAP IN THE FACE would be an unexpected $10k+ residential electric bill...

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  40. ytho

    ythoOy oldin

    While I'm not surprised, it deeply disturbs me that that judge still had a job after that. I've also always been scared if I was accused of a crime as I could not pay for an attorney and know that if you have a chance, it's because you can afford one.

  41. Richard Cavicchi Jr

    Richard Cavicchi JrOy oldin

    How could anyone argue that Florida Judge is capable of having a level head and using good judgment. Good Judgement should be a minimum requirement for anyone to be a JUDGE. Everyone of his cases and sentences should be overturned.

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  43. Matt Seremet

    Matt SeremetOy oldin

    I had to go to court once and when I didn't get a lawyer the judge yelled at me to get a lawyer. I talked to one and they said "just go back to court, they can't do that to you." Sure enough, I go back and the same judge who told me two or three times already to get a lawyer "or else" said "fine" and gave me a defender.

  44. ordinary average guy

    ordinary average guyOy oldin

    I went to court and my Public defender told the judge ,Your honor I allready have 8 cases that day . He replied well now you have 9 .I plead and still wish I had not. 31 years later. I should have had 20 million like OJ

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  49. Jeffrey Jones

    Jeffrey Jones2 oy oldin

    You know I keep getting tricked into thinking that this is a comedy show but every time I watch it I get oh so very angry.

  50. Tabby Smithfield

    Tabby Smithfield2 oy oldin

    Ya, I was convicted for possession with intent and I never sold drugs in my life. The dif was two years instead of six. Oh the joys of small town living! Didn't want to trust in a jury here.

  51. Defensoria Brasil

    Defensoria Brasil2 oy oldin

    Public defender from brazil

  52. Colbert Massie

    Colbert Massie2 oy oldin

    Sonja Sohn❤️❤️

  53. Alexandre Phaneuf

    Alexandre Phaneuf2 oy oldin

    Yikes. I think I have a very simple solution. Ban all private lawyers from the court room. That way, all lawyers will become public defenders and everyone will have acess to a good one and there will be enough cases to take care of everyone.

  54. Alexandre Phaneuf

    Alexandre Phaneuf2 oy oldin

    I’m confused. How is Attichus Finch racist? Isn’t he a very unracist person? The quintessential Non racist?

  55. Zaid Khan

    Zaid Khan3 oy oldin

    do a crime to not spend time with children is usually called child homicide john

  56. Nnorom Prosper

    Nnorom Prosper3 oy oldin

    There are corn holders? 😳

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  58. Kraevorn

    Kraevorn3 oy oldin

    Atticus wasn’t a racist. Was he?

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  60. seanote 1

    seanote 13 oy oldin

    U look like sam the

  61. iG zero

    iG zero3 oy oldin

    It’s so cringe when this guy say ”we”

  62. Jacob Lehy

    Jacob LehyOy oldin


  63. Michael Cristobal

    Michael Cristobal3 oy oldin

    Living the American Dream

  64. David Cleary

    David Cleary4 oy oldin

    America: the only country where "trial by combat" is a preferable option.

  65. Jack Medlock

    Jack Medlock4 oy oldin

    Florida is a terrible fucking place

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  67. Justin

    Justin4 oy oldin

    Well Tucker Fucked up the Miranda warning so that guys free to go.

  68. Uhtread The unholy

    Uhtread The unholy4 oy oldin

    Ok, so, love your work. Some fights are worth fighting for. But....our hero ,Larry got himself into a bunch of traffic violations. Enough so that he gets arrested and thrown in the can. Now he can't afford 50 bucks to get his ass out. Everything goes downhill for this poor man after that, to an extremely stupid level. So I could he afford having a car in the first place? And if he could...maybe improve your driving skills enough so as to not continue getting violations...our man needed some up front common sense before needing to be bailed out by the public. Help this guy pay his rent or doctors bills instead of traffic violations he shouldn't have had in the first place....just sayin...keep up the great work Mr. Oliver

  69. GSlideVideoTester

    GSlideVideoTester4 oy oldin

    The fight-picking judge was fired 3 months after this episode.

  70. Wesley Wells reaction and gaming

    Wesley Wells reaction and gaming4 oy oldin

    I like how it says any person then says him right after lol almost got it

  71. Zachary Jonnie

    Zachary Jonnie4 oy oldin

    So Florida will arrest and charge a man who is broke, for not paying fee's he shouldn't incur with money he doesn't have... #Humanity

  72. Mike King

    Mike King4 oy oldin

    Who was that judge that fought the PD? Brett Kavanau??

  73. Der Pinguin

    Der Pinguin4 oy oldin

    Multiple driving violations... that guy obviously gives a crap about laws.

  74. Der Pinguin

    Der Pinguin4 oy oldin

    No wonder she couldn’t pay a lawyer. She can’t even speak properly. No education, no money, but they can fuck and produce more of themselves.

  75. Der Pinguin

    Der PinguinOy oldin

    @Jacob Lehy What’s racist about that? Is no proper education a race? And I’m not American, I don’t care about Trump.

  76. Jacob Lehy

    Jacob LehyOy oldin

    Before Trump came along, comments like this^^ would at least be prefaced with "Now I'm not racist, but...". But now the masks are off.

  77. mandy moore

    mandy moore5 oy oldin

    Jesus Christ! Guess he shouldn’t have been driving on a REVOKED license. That’s the word here tho, REVOKED is serious shit, revoked means you’ve had so many DUI’s or an insane amount of moving violations.

  78. Jacob Lehy

    Jacob LehyOy oldin

    Well it's a country where over 90% of workers are unable to take public transport to work, and where municipalities are planned with cars rather than human beings in mind. Not driving is simply not an option for most people here.

  79. heid shows

    heid shows5 oy oldin

    I live in one of those overworked counties, and am an attorney who does pro-bono criminal work. I've seen some pretty shitty stuff done by the PD's. I'll give one example: a girl was arrested for a DUI. She blew a .05. BUT, she blew a .05 on her 11th (ELEVENTH) time blowing into the machine. The public defender pleaded her guilty even though the DA said he was going to drop the case. I can't even get mad at the PD's office, because as John says, 40% of the PD's offices don't have investigators. You know who DOES have investigators? The DA"s office. You know who you never hear about having funding issues or staffing issues? DA's office. The system is astronomically stacked.

  80. Johanna Schaurer

    Johanna Schaurer5 oy oldin

    I know I’m super late, but I just wanna bring up my personal story-that-never-was, since it kinda relates to this. I was sexually assaulted by another patient at a mental hospital (the hospital was horrible; horrible conditions, the whole nine yards, it was an Autism Dual Diagnosis clinic, it was bad, as most Autism mental health clinics are still today [illuminaughti if I spelled that right made a video about a clinic that was sponsored by Autism Speaks, so this is normal unfortunately.]) I’ve moved past it for the most part, mostly because the trauma that he put me through sent me into a descent that revealed people in my life that I really need to get rid of, and that I had bigger fish to fry than the 17 year old (I was 15) who had ASPD and didn’t know any better than to act like his Hannibal namesake because he wasn’t getting proper treatment either. Anti Social Personality Disorder is treatable; evil people, legal paperwork, and poverty are not. When I finally got dumped on my mom’s doorstep multiple states away when my Dad decided his witch wife was more important than his daughter, I decided to look into pursuing charges (back then, still upset.) I could not. Apparently Springbrook (the clinic in South Carolina, it even has a bogus website with all the pictures cut perfectly so you cannot see the old “shell shock” building falling apart and molding at the seams, since yes, the building used to be for old fashioned storage of PTSD patients, and us kids even believe it’s haunted by a hanging, lovely) had written that I consented to sexual interactions, and that the measures taken were to prevent a relationship, NOT to prevent a rape or unwanted presence. I went to my therapist with what I had and asked her what I could do about it, and she basically said the same thing all of us are saying: it’s a pay to pass system. I’d have to pay a lawyer an obscene amount of money to negotiate that the paperwork was fraudulent, THEN go after Springbrook AND the boy. And since the boy was (in this case) particularly affluent, that meant it would probably be a long fight. It stopped right there, my mom worked for Walgreens, if we got into a car accident, we’d be fucked if it weren’t for my mom’s fiancé. So yeah, a boy got away with sexual assault. It changed me, yes. It sent me spinning, yes. But, I guess I’m ok with it. Statute of limitations will probably be over by the time I get the money anyway, and as a new Christian, I am trying to learn to forgive others like I’m supposed to. And if he doesn’t turn around, I know he’ll get what he deserves either way. I hope this made some sense. Glad to see you all in the not-so-lovely year of 2020.

  81. James McNeil

    James McNeil5 oy oldin

    Larry should stop committing crimes

  82. Don'tSpikeMyDrink

    Don'tSpikeMyDrink4 oy oldin

    no, people shouldn't be sent to jail anyway.

  83. Kay Haughton

    Kay Haughton5 oy oldin

    The American judicial system is hell and if your poor your statistically f,eff

  84. Kay Haughton

    Kay Haughton5 oy oldin

    The usa should have just stayed with the british empire and not effing revolt and stuff like this wouldn't be happening so much

  85. UtopianRonin

    UtopianRonin6 oy oldin

    WHAT THIS COMMENT SECTION HAS TAUGHT ME - Everyone hates everyone, only liberals hate, only republicans hate, no one is listening, everybody refuses to accept evidence, evidence is made up except certain evidence that is right, everyone is right and everyone is wrong. What the fuck is wrong with humanity?

  86. MCPunk55

    MCPunk556 oy oldin

    It's truly disgusting, really... admitting to a crime you had nothing to do with just so you can go home instead of... wait... never mind. Women put men in jail with false accusations on a daily basis, regardless of the defender's lawyer. Nevertheless, a system where that happens is pretty much another Portuguese Inquisition and for that, they had a guy called Sebastião José de Carvalho e Mello, though without using it to assassinate priests who didn't agree with him.

  87. Kasper

    Kasper6 oy oldin

    -Last Week Tonight with John Oliver- The USA is a Fucking Joke with John Oliver

  88. Smuckers T

    Smuckers T6 oy oldin

    BTW that judge at 8:22 was removed from the bench just 3 months after this was released Source:

  89. Sibercat x

    Sibercat x6 oy oldin

    Welcome to America.

  90. holly thorn

    holly thorn6 oy oldin

    If you are not angry, and disgusted. You aren't paying attention.

  91. Bill G

    Bill G6 oy oldin

    America is finished. Over.

  92. normie x

    normie x7 oy oldin

    Let's hold a moment of silence for all the people living in the USA, or as they call it "Merica".

  93. normie x

    normie x7 oy oldin

    WoW! If Kafka had lived in the US, "The Trial" would have been 100 times worse.

  94. naluzoniro

    naluzoniro7 oy oldin

    Do the US truly not understand the concept of "being poor" ?

  95. Joel Runyan

    Joel Runyan7 oy oldin

    Easy solution... end the drug war

  96. Steve the Pirate

    Steve the Pirate7 oy oldin

    If my lawyer took the Judge out back to literally fight for me, I'd feel like I'm not paying enough.

  97. kerry nicholls

    kerry nicholls7 oy oldin

    So fucked up

  98. Ahmad Shawkat

    Ahmad Shawkat7 oy oldin

    "I am American I have rights" No you don't.

  99. Amy Pieterse

    Amy Pieterse7 oy oldin

    guilty until proven rich

  100. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    Also is criminal history, rights don't apply

  101. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    No attorney on civil evidence in criminal history

  102. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    Civil or criminal mirandas choice

  103. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    Health care not free in jail, I've been lied to

  104. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    Dnc call that lawyer for assistance in justice reforms?

  105. Robert Lust

    Robert Lust7 oy oldin

    Wait I got other cases too. Know a federal referral?