Jason M. Byrd, hosts The Byrd Chronicles – “Where Law Meets Life.” In this podcast, Jason examines specific areas of the law, including day to day issues that affect all of us, along with other topics of interest. Set in a fun and relaxed environment, The Byrd Chronicles and his top-notched guests embark on a journey examining the law, life, and the pursuit of happiness in America.

Recent Episodes

TBC 08 | Political Awareness
  If politics is a negotiation, then everyone has a say. Economic Resiliency Planner of South East Texas Regional Planning Commission, Jes Prince, walks us through her involvement in local elections and advocacies. Discover the critical issue she is focused on and the reason why she encourages everyone to exercise their right to vote. A licensed realtor and community enthusiast, she shares the non-profit organization she’s involved in and the task force that deals with
TBC 7 | Deeds Not Words
  Deeds Not Words is a non-profit organization that seeks to empower and activate the voices of young women in public and political discourse. Wendy Davis, the founding leader of Deeds Not Words, a former senator, and a gubernatorial candidate, talks about the mission of the organization and why they are creating change-makers that are very much involved at the local and state policy-making level. It is Wendy’s passion to help women to move forward by
TBC 5 | Note Business
  Scott Carson, an old-time friend, entrepreneur, and host of The Note Closers Show podcast, joins us for some fun stories and insights from the note business. Laying it down simple, Scott explains what nonperforming notes are and how you should be on the right side of the payment stream. While some of us find it hard to get started with making deals, Scott assures us that with the right people to talk to and
TBC 6 | City Council
  Jefferson Fisher is a Beaumont, Texas lawyer who has thrown his hat into politics and is running for City Council. He is a bright and interesting young man with a vision for his local community. Jefferson extends that to us as he shares his personal and family life, as well as what life has been like being on a campaign. Tired of the way things are at the city council, Jefferson steps in and
TBC 04 | Animal Conservation
  Listening to the voices of the next generation, my son, Bryce Byrd, joins to offer a wealth of knowledge about reptiles and animals. Bryce is a curious and bright eleven-year-old and a budding herpetologist. He talks about his reptile-keeping hobby and herpetology while giving recommendations on finding the right reptile to take care of for the first time. As global warming becomes even more felt here on earth, Bryce shares the importance of animal