‘Ask The Law’ radio program returns

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Ol’ Blue USA will continue its “Ask The Law” radio program in 2006. An ongoing educational effort between Ol’ Blue and commercial law enforcement agencies, the show has truckers call in or e-mail questions to law enforcement officials relating to safety and legal issues concerning commercial vehicles.

“Ask The Law,” a public service, returns to the airwaves on Wednesday, Jan. 11, from midnight to 5 a.m. Central Time. The show, featuring Ol’ Blue founder R.J. Taylor and Monty Dial — a senior trooper with the Texas Highway Patrol — will broadcast live from WBAP in Arlington, Texas on the Midnight Trucking Radio Network.

Following the Midnight Trucking Radio Network broadcast, “Ask The Law” then will do another live broadcast from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. from ABC Radio in Dallas on Sirius Satellite Radio’s “Open Road Café” program on Channel 147. Taylor and Dial will be joined by Staff Sgt. Jim Brokaw of the Nebraska State Patrol.

A third live broadcast will take place Thursday, Jan. 12, from 5 a.m. to 10 a.m. Central Time on Sirius’ “Open Road Café” program. Broadcasting from ABC Radio in Dallas, this program will feature Taylor and Dial with Dana Proffet of the Indiana State Police and Chris Sahagun of the California Highway Patrol.

To participate on the programs, call 800-288-9227 or e-mail questions by visiting the “Ask The Law” website at www.AskTheLaw.org.