“You have to meet the full strength of their argument and defeat it if you can,” Mr. Caplis said of his approach. “That’s why, from Day One, we agreed to do the show this way. Anything short of that is less value for the listener.”
Mr. Silverman sees the radio show as a natural extension of his legal practice.
“Through the adversarial process, that’s where the truth emerges, that’s what happens in the courtroom. And when we do the job right on the radio, certain truths are revealed,” Mr. Silverman said.