The Rights of the Dead

We’ve all heard the phrase in movies or just general conversation, “he’s worth more dead than alive.” Well, for celebrities and the weathiest citizens, that might actually be true. From who gets the body to who gets the cash, a person’s rights and wishes don’t end when they die. In fact, sometimes the dead have more rights than the living. Join us on Monday when we talk about the rights of the dead.  Listen to the Show

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