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A life-long family secret is revealed this week on The Good Fight prompting a whole lot of time in a number of courts. This week the show jumps from Bond Court to the State Court, Federal Court, and Visa Court, with investigator Jay at the center of a whole lot of yelling. On the podcast Sarah and Dan discuss the stress-inducing tension of the episode and discuss why some people get access to a visa ahead of others.

By
Dan Barrett
Presented by
Dan Barrett, Sarah Malik
Published on
Wednesday, May 23, 2018 - 21:00
Duration
28 min 4 sec

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