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October 11, 2021 42 min

Gloria Satterfield died suspiciously in 2018 following an alleged “trip-and-fall” incident while working at one of the Murdaugh family homes. In this episode we explore the new developments brought about by attorney Eric Bland and his righteous pursuit for justice. The question in this case now is who will be held accountable. Listen as the case develops and Eric Bland explains all that's happened in the last week.


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The Bannon Law Group - From sitting by the fires to setting them, the Bannon Law Group has got you covered.

Lauren Taylor Law - Few events are more traumatic and stressful than a divorce - let Lauren Taylor make a plan tailor made for you.

Ross & Pines - Uncovering the truth and fighting police coverups is what Noah Pines and his team of lawyers at Ross & Pines do when defending you from being falsely accused, or wrongly convicted, of committing a crime. 

Bevedu.com - Their mission is to help aspiring bartenders, mixologists, servers and those just wanting to learn; develop their skills & become knowledgeable in all things alcohol.

Nectar Farm Kitchen - At Nectar Farm Kitchen, their group of distinguished chefs thoughtfully prepare every dish using ingredients made and grown throughout the Lowcountry and the South.


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