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Radio DJ-Rocker-Lawyer Launches 'Barely Legal'

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Radio DJ-Rocker-Lawyer Launches 'Barely Legal'

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Radio DJ-Rocker-Lawyer Launches 'Barely Legal'

Radio DJ-Rocker-Lawyer Launches 'Barely Legal'

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Joe Escalante is a DJ who hosts the morning drive show on "Indie 103.1" in Los Angeles. He's also a punk musician — and a lawyer. He brings all three of these professions together in his second radio show, "Barely Legal Radio," in which he gives out legal advice, mostly to musicians and others who need free consults in matters of entertainment law.