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After Hours AM/Criminal Code: entertainment attorney Richard Roth

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On a litigious but star-studded episode of After Hours AM/The Criminal Code — True Crime radio with hosts Joel Sturgis, Eric Olsen, and secret weapon, forensic psychologist Dr. Clarissa Cole — entertainment attorney Richard Roth joins us to examine the wrongful death suit brought against film producer Joel Silver for the drowning of his assistant at Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s Bora Bora 2015 wedding. We talk with Richard Top 2 Hours; at 1 haunted Clarissa leads us through the week’s most bizarre True Crime news. Is being a celebrity an advantage in dealing with the law (OJ, Robert Blake) or a disadvantage? Nearly two years after Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux’s honeymoon, famed film producer Joel Silver is being sued for the wrongful death of his assistant Carmel Musgrove in Bora Bora. NYC attorney and entertainment law expert Richard Roth will discuss the case, where Musgrove’s parents are suing Silver and his personal chef for wrongful death in their 28 year-old daughter’s drowning. Musgrove drowned in a Bora Bora lagoon while traveling with her employer for the honeymoon of Aniston and Theroux. Reports claim the deceased had consumed a number of drugs and alcohol while also being fatigued from overwork. Those, along with other factors that led to Carmel Musgrove’s death are traceable to the defendants’ involvement. Richard A. Roth is highly regarded by his colleagues, adversaries, judges and peers for his strong litigation experience, aggressive nature and innovative “out of the box” thinking. Earning a long string of successes on both a national and international level, Mr. Roth has represented publicly held corporations and privately held businesses, CEOs, and industry magnates as well as celebrities, athletes, and professional sports organizations. Mr. Roth and his firm have the distinguished honor of being ranked first in the nation in

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