In Legal Terms


In Legal Terms: Animal Rights with PETA

From MPB Think Radio, this In Legal Terms, the show all about you and your rights. Well, not “your rights”. Today is about animals and THEIR rights. Our guest is Jared Goodman, General Counsel of Animal Law for The PETA Foundation.

On April 6th, 2021 we had as a guest PETA Foundation’s Deputy General Counsel for Captive Animal Law Enforcement.

If you’re an animal lover or like hearing about nature, you’ll probably like Creature Comforts, MPB’s Thursday 9am Central call in show. Creature Comforts is also a podcast:

If you’re looking to adopt or if you need someone to take over an animal you’ve found consider looking at the website And if you’ve worked with a shelter, they’d like you to leave a review for others to know what to expect with that facility.

Ukraine efforts:

Cruel Wildlife Control:

Animal experimentation:

Mississippi and the Animal Legal Defense Fund:


  • neighbor's dog
  • abusers
  • roadside zoos
  • controlled hunts
  • kill shelters
  • volunteers and vets

More Episodes


In Legal Terms: Land Titles

Our guest for the show is property attorney, Terry Little from Harper Little in Oxford. Do you need an attorney for a closing? How can you handle a boundary line dispute? Our callers asked many, many questions! only have one week to get your voter registration up to date.Our U.S. Congressmen are running for re-election: Trent Kelly, Bennie Thompson, Michael Guest, Steven PalazzoThis week: Circuit Clerks’ offices MAY remain open from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., including the noon hour (MS Code Ann. § 23-15-37(2)) for voter registration.Saturday, May 7th: Circuit Clerks' offices MUST remain open from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m. (MS Code Ann. § 23-15-37(2)) for voter registration. Monday May 9th is the Voter Registration Deadline, at 5:00 p.m. Applicants who register in-person in the Circuit or Municipal Clerk’s Office on the 9th and those who mail registration applications postmarked no later than the 9th are eligible to vote in the June 7, 2022 General Election. (MS Code Ann. § 23-15-37(2); MS Code Ann. §23-15-47(2)(a)Primary Election Day (U.S. Congress): Polls open from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. (MS Code Ann. § 23-15-1031; MS Code Ann. § 23-15-541(1))Mississippi Levee Commissioners General Election. Bolivar, Humphreys, Sharkey & Washington CountiesTerry Little was a guest on previous In Legal Terms podcasts: June 15, 2021 17, 2020 a lawyer? has a lawyer directory and under For the Public there are a list of resources for pro bono assistance – that means free.Title insuranceBoundary issueLand in willSurvey and adverse possessionProperty from paying taxesTitleClosing delayedMineral rightsEstate and Power of Attorney