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We are excited to announce that Monterey College of Law Dean Mitch Winick and Law Professor Stephen Wagner debuted a new weekly one-hour radio program "Wagner & Winick On the Law" on Saturday afternoons here on KSCO AM 1080 from 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. The program is sponsored by Monterey College of Law and will discuss current legal issues that affect our daily lives. Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and comments. More information is available at www.wagnerandwinick.com.

Mitchel Winick is President and Dean of Monterey College of Law. Winick has always believed that there are many interesting things that can be done with a law degree . . . and only one of them is practicing law. In his more than thirty-year professional career, Winick's experience has been a mix of law, legal education, and business. Wagner has served on the faculty of Monterey College of Law since 2003. As a law professor, Wagner has taught Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, and Evidence. Wagner’s legal practice specializes in the prosecution of wrongful death and personal injury cases. He also represents parties involved in business and contract disputes and other civil litigation.

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