Ralph Perales is an unlikely talk show host. He went to law school intending to be a patent lawyer but now hosts a Spanish-language TV show that explains how U.S. law works.

He started “Leyes Cotidianas,” or Everyday Law, six years ago with funding from the Georgia Civil Justice Foundation because he saw a need for a show that educates recent Hispanic immigrants about their legal rights and responsibilities, he said.

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