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Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle
"Pitt has filed for a review in his custody battle with angelina jolie following the disqualification of their private judge. This is getting really messy. So let me try and explain. This bracket has filed a petition with the california supreme. Court is going right to the top to challenge a decision made in the custody battle to disqualify the judge. Brad pitt's legal team are arguing that the ruling to disqualify the private judge in the case request that came from angelina. Steam has generated widespread confusion uncertainty and instability. The decision has made that neither custody battle after all. These years is starting all over again. You might remember. the angelenos. Legal team wanted the judge gone because the judge did not sufficiently disclose his business relationship. Not with brad. But with brad's attorney team are saying. The judge was inappropriately disqualified. Why in thin. Cora will that does seem a little unethical. I mean you can't have your judge being in cahoots with the lawyer of your ex-husband who you're suing. Seems a little weird to me. Yeah i do too. I mean i get it here. There's only so many judges and there's only so many celebrities in these private judges another assigned. They are hired when he was hired by brandon angelina which is not. That strange sounds strange. You doesn't it people like you and me because we never get to pick a private judge do this all the time and they did it to make sure everything is kept confidential. This is not that unusual. But at the time when both brad and angelina said yes. This is the judge. We both agree that judge should have said. Hey i've done a lot of work. Brad's
Despite Newsom's Efforts, Larry Elder Will Be on the Recall Ballot
"Us the latest developments. I can find later to his administration. The idea of trying to Get you rejected on technicalities. Like the dumbest decision ever took them to court. You victorious last week. So tell us what they tried to do to you way. You're at an how many other candidates they are. There are on this recall ballots. Well the cliffnote version assists the outgoing democratic governor. Jerry brown vetoed a bill. That was passed by the left wing. Legislature here in california and by the way they're super majorities in the lower house the assembly and super majorities in the upper house. The senate and they pass this bill. Basically they were assigned to force. Donald trump turn over his taxes in order for him to qualify for the twenty twenty ballot. Here in california jerry brown. The outgoing democratic governor vetoed it. Because he said it was constitutional and in california. No bill ever dies. What they do is just lay low and then reintroduced it so incomes. The current governor gavin. Newsom that you're reintroduced the bill. He signs it is litigated. All the way up to the california supreme court left wing. Sevan's zipped rules is unconstitutional both. Us constitution and state constitution however they did rule it apply to gubernatorial races. Now when it does require turnover five years of your tax returns which i did on time they required to turn into sets so hundred and fifty pages another copy of one hundred and sixty pages for whatever reason and i acknowledge it was an error on our part. There were seven pages missing in the second set now the head to seven pages in the first set so the secretary of state could easily have corrected. This under statutory power. She has the power to do so rather than do that. She kept me off the ballot so we sued and we may to arguments a that. The law didn't apply to elections. And if the did i. Substantially complied left wing. Judge in registered democrat. Went to berkeley for crying. Out loud. ruled aimed at the law. Didn't apply to elder and the if it did he substantially complied so far. They tried their best and they and they missed and now. I'm on the
California DA Won't Seek New Death Sentence Against Scott Peterson
"A district attorney in California says she won't seek a new death sentence against Scott Peterson who was convicted of killing his pregnant wife in two thousand five the killing of laci Peterson is back in the news because California Supreme Court threw out the death sentence for husband Scott Peterson because potential jurors were improperly dismissed after saying that they opposed to capital punishment that prompted the Stanislaus county district attorney Burkett flattered to announce after speaking with laci's family she won't seek a new sentencing hearing in the case but Scott Peterson could also be facing the prospect of a new trial because of alleged juror misconduct a judge has to decide if that warrant a new trial and if so it could again raise the specter of the death penalty for Peterson convicted of killing his wife who was eight months pregnant around Christmas time two thousand two I'm Jackie Quinn
California top court strikes blow against cash bail
"The California Supreme Court has eliminated cash bail for defendants who can't afford it. They say, quote conditioning freedom solely on whether an arrestee can afford bail his unconstitutional. Also ahead. Last week, several Chinese owned or operated
"california supreme court" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Civil rights. California Supreme Court Justice LEANDRA Kruger. It's a possible U. S. Solicitor general, perhaps on route to the Supreme Court as the black woman nominee, Biden has promised. Carrie Johnson NPR NEWS Washington You can follow these stories and more online at NPR dot org's or follow us on Twitter You can find me at Rachel. NPR know well is at Noel King. David is at NPR. Green and Steve is at NPR Inskeep. This'll is NPR news. When it comes to traffic, we follow along with Joe McConnell as we venture out to highway for New crashing hard before westbound between railroad and Bailey injury collision there with vehicles on the center divider and shoulder just reported there a couple of minutes ago. It picks up after that, and slows again between Bailey and will pass, but just typical slowdowns there. South Bay. The crash in one of the North bound Montague Expressway is there, but it's having less of an impact on traffic is just a minor delay passing that The Bay Bridge Toll Plaza fog there and still jam from about the foot of amazed little better than it was earlier, though. Fog there for Richmond Bridge car Keane is and Golden Gate Joe McConnell for captivity and your traffic support comes from San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. I'm Dave Freeman with a perspective Next on Kiki. We did 8 43 Good morning. Racial inequities in policing have been a focal point in 2020,.
Uber and Lyft must reclassify drivers as employees, appeals court finds
"Hey have you heard it's election season here in the US not sure if you're aware of that anyway Californians you. To pretty interesting propositions to consider on November third that are related to technology and your decisions might affect the rest of the country in a major way. For instance, there is, of course, proposition twenty two, which if you've used an uber in California at all in recent months I'm sure you've heard about because they pop it up in the APP Uber really wants you to vote for proposition twenty two I'm going to quote here from wikipedia proposition. Twenty two titled Exempts App. Based transportation and delivery companies from providing employee benefits to certain drivers. The proposition seeks to grant at based transportation and delivery companies a special exemption to assembly bill five by classifying their drivers as independent contractors exempting employers from providing benefits to certain drivers. The. Proposition also includes additional protections for APP based workers over those for other independent contractors but most of these productions only applied during the time the worker is quote engaged in Fulfilling a specific request and not while the worker is logged into the APP and available to fulfil a request lift Uber Door Dash instagram posts mates have contributed over one hundred and eighty million dollars into campaign supporting proposition twenty two making it the most expensive ballot measure in California's history and quote. Well, while Californians are mulling their vote on that an appeals court in California, has upheld a lower court ruling ordering Uber and lift to stop classifying drivers. As independent contractors, which is why they're pushing prop twenty two. In the first place quote the ruling is unlikely to have any immediate effect on either company services given the ruling will be put on hold for at least sixty days hoover and lift can still ask that the decision be reviewed by the California Supreme Court, which can decide whether or not to hear the case lift spokesperson. Julia Woods said the company was considering all of our legal options This ruling makes it more urgent than ever for voters to stand with drivers and vote? Yes. On prop twenty two, she said in a statement referring to a November third ballot measure that lift and you've been pushing for months and quote.
With Prop. 22, Uber and Lyft hope to keep drivers as contractors in California
"Proposition. Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right
It’s a Ballot Fight for Survival for Gig Companies Like Uber in California
"Twenty two is on the ballot in California right now, it's an initiative sponsored by Uber Lift Jordache and other Gig work platforms that would exempt at based ride hailing companies, Uber and lift basically and food delivery companies from a new state law that requires them to classify drivers as employees. Instead of independent contractors give companies have poured nearly two hundred million dollars into the yes on prop twenty. Two campaign that makes it the most expensive ballot initiative in state history they also threatened to leave California or dramatically raise prices. If it doesn't pass a loss loss, though could embolden other states to insist that APP companies hire their drivers. So let's dig into this fight in quality assurance. The Friday segment where we take a deeper look at a big tech story Sam Harnett is a reporter for. In San Francisco. The good companies are saying if this doesn't pass, we're going to have to potentially suspend service in California and if it passes Uber lift and the rest of the companies will be able to continue operating. The way they were we're operating before their workers would be contractors that means they wouldn't have basic employee protections, unemployment shirts, workers, compensation, and the way this proposition is written, that will be pretty much locked in. There's this seven eighths provisions, which means if it takes seven days of the Senate and assembly in California to make any changes to this proposition and local jurisdictions, cities and counties couldn't make any changes to give gig workers more benefits. Do these sort of same restrictions. This kind of like overturn ability does that apply even if the companies are forced to classify their workers as employees? Well, if you know if proposition twenty, two dozen pass workers will become employees but you know these companies still have billions of dollars and they're gonNA, keep fighting this to claw I mean they see this as an existential threat to their business model so on the one side, if prop twenty passes, the gig model looks pretty solid I mean maybe something federally could lead to a change maybe there could be a lawsuit over procedurally in in the proposition like maybe that seven as provision I mentioned. But it's going to be there on the flip side. If proposition twenty, two dozen pass, you can expect another self of the GIG. Companies. Pretty Pretty. quickly I mean. This is a California ballot proposition but I wonder what implications could it have if it doesn't pass for the GIG, economy nationally Oh huge. I think everybody nationally and internationally is looking at this case you know over the last couple years, you've seen the California Supreme Court the California legislature, and now the attorney general go after these companies and tell them that you know your workers are actually employees and they need basic protections, and if the GIG companies are successful and using the ballot box to defy the three branches of government and maintain their business model I, think a lot of other states and a lot of other countries are going to see that as well the companies they want right
"california supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Great fun with the state of California. I always talk about the state of California as being I guess the most progressive state in the union if you happen to like with California does if you don't it's the most fruitcake state in the union. Tofu, turkey for Thanksgiving, that sort of thing. Ah, lot of social programs. The crazy stuff. Truly crazy stuff happens out of Florida. But the the societal changes happen out of California. So with that Let me tell you with the governor of California has just done Now, While we're awaiting the one of the most conservative justices to sit on the Supreme Court, that completely is going to transform the court and, you know, we know That, based on an expanded interpretation, the First Amendment freedom of religion, LGBTQ people, those rights are going to diminish dramatically. Because I am convinced this court will view religious freedom. Mohr importantly, ah, then LGBTQ rights. In other words, the discrimination is going to happen is going to come back, and it's going to be predicated on the Bible tells me that queers or bad It was Adam and Eve. Not Adam and Steve. You know that same crap. We hear constantly where the gay community has actually moved to a point where equality is just about there while it is legally But and discrimination is very difficult to achieve. Unless you're selling cupcakes in Colorado in the court says, Yeah, you don't have to sell cupcakes to gay people or wedding cakes to gay people. So While that's going on, and if I were gay, I'd be looking at this court and saying Well, there go my rights in many ways. Governor Gavin Newsom appoints Martin Jenkins. Ah, a more moderate black former prosecutor and judge appointed appointed Jenkins to the California Supreme Court. He's 66 years old. Ah, he is currently Newsome's judiciales appointments secretary. And he is going to become The third black man ever to serve on the state's highest court, and the first openly gay man that is the big wing here. And after his confirmation, the Supreme Court State of California will have to black justices to Asian Americans. One Latino, one white man, one white woman. And a partridge in a pear tree. This is truly one of the most diverse courts. But The first openly gay keep in mind was going on in Washington on on the U. S. Supreme Court. The way they're going are going to go and look what's happening here in California and Jenkins background or law degree from Ah University of San Francisco. He worked for problems as a prosecutor for the Alameda County D. A s office. Let's take some phone calls. Hello, Joe. Welcome to handle on the law. Yes. So I had a contract to come, install air conditioning and heating in my house and when I went to register with the manufacturer It didn't come from the contractor that I hired And started having problems with the heater right away. Anyhow. So I called the manufacture of manufacture sent out repair people. They couldn't fix it on my 45 visits. I finally had the repair people I bought a new heater spent $3000. And on trying to get the manufacturer Tio giving you a rebate. We find another place and they said, Hey, the guy who insulted a license. Yeah, we're not gonna We're not gonna deal with it. I don't have any recourse. Yeah, you you do not after the company not after the manufacturer because I there is almost a chain of custody because how are they responsible if someone buys a unit And then installs it and they screw it up. And how is it the fault of the manufacturer in the manufacturer's arguing, Hey, not a licensed dealer, not train not certified. We can't be responsible for people came in. All right, so I think the manufacturer is off the hook now as to the unlicensed contractor that is a whole different story. And then there are two levels to that one. You sue him for the $3000 whatever out of pocket because he is not licensed. He can't defend. He can't even defend the case and say it's not my fault. It's a manufacturing error and then start arguing and take pictures or whatever. He has no defense. So have ah. Lot of records for small. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, And then and then finding him. Okay. Suing him is generally not a problem collecting because these guys if they're not licensed You know, they're obviously very flaky, Flaky people. And getting the money from him is is not the issue. And here is ah, a lesson to be learned. And Incidently. I'm not saying you did anything particularly wrong because most people do what you do. And that is when someone shows up with a license. They show up with a licensed by the way. No bad people come out, and only one showed up with a legend. And only even one recommended. Okay, Well, that's the one. Yeah, you have to check license is OK. And I understand that. How do you know they were really licensed? I went and looked at him. I want looking after one thing. I have to go. And the guys that wasn't like here's a man with a lot of pictures and you know so so official, and so he did give you a fraudulent license. No, No, he didn't. Okay, So you hired so you hired someone who you didn't even know was licensed or not, And you didn't ask the question. No, I didn't. Okay, Now we're back to your own idiot. There's no question. You know when when I said it's not your fault. I take that back. Ah, yeah, It is your fault, 100%. But you can try. Wow. Someone shows up with a license and, you know, contractors have to be licensed. Everybody knows that two things happen one you check with the state licensing contractor's license board. Number is really easy to look up to. You look at the insurance policy and they come up with the insurance now. I don't know Many people actually call the insurance company. I don't do that. I just want a statement from insurance. I want to see that they're covered now. Theoretically, they could come up with some fraudulent document that shows they're insured. I've never seen that. Especially if you have Ah, contractor who is licensed and then with the licence comes ah, a bond that you, Khun go after. In other words, if the If the licensed contractor screws up and let's say disappears. You actually can make a claim against the bond that he has to put up with the state. So naturally you are way way covered with a licensed contractor, and you're nuts. Ah, not too Ah deal.
"california supreme court" Discussed on WGN Radio
"As soon as next month. CTU vice president Stacey Davis Gates says metric show Covert 19 is just is bad as it was in the spring, and schools haven't made necessary changes to ventilation thing that our mayor That our school district can do isn't gauged the state coders those who have the most to gain and the most saloons from any type of reopening plan. CPS said to hold a news conference to discuss their plan to 12 30. We will have UPDATES Joe Biden's campaign outraised President Trump's campaign in September. With just two weeks until the election, The DNC announced a whopping $383 million raised for the former vice president's campaign just last month. While the Trump campaign announced $248 million Overall, the Biden campaign has $432 million to work with the Trump campaign has $251 million on hand. Convicted killer Scott Peterson expected to appear in a Bay area courtroom today for a hearing over whether he should be retried. The California Supreme Court ruled there could have been Germiston induct related to the case after discovering a juror in the case Light and a questionnaire before the trial. Also, legal analyst Paula Kenny says that the same juror after the trial tried to communicate with Peterson while he was on death row, she wrote more than 28 letters. Peterson was convicted 17 years ago of killing his wife and young son. Visor CEO says it cannot seek emergency authorization of its covert 19 vaccine before the third week of November, and that's if everything goes well. Today's announcement by Pfizer CEO Albert Borland reflects estimates from leading scientists that's unlikely data would start to emerge until November or December, showing any of the leading vaccine candidates. Work. Marla made clear that the issue isn't just whether the vaccine prevents the virus infection for safety. At least half the participants and visors 44,000 person study must be tracked for two months after their last dose. Now time for W G N sports Here's David in the Indianapolis Colts of the latest NFL team to close their facility because a positive test for covert 19 The Atlanta Falcons did so Thursday but reopened today. The Bear's going through final prep for Sunday's game at Carolina. The Tampa Bay Rays try again today to reach the world. Siri's with a win over Houston. And tonight it's the Braves and Dodgers that lead up 31 number 14 BYU at Houston number 17 sm you at Tulane. A night in college Football. Dave Anet w G.
"california supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But the one you mentioned in your column is that the governor Newsome has to have been ordered by the California Supreme Court to respond to a lawsuit filed by a group of plaintiffs including the Orange County Board of Education. And what What? What is that order really mean? He has to respond. Yeah, because the governor's original intention, or rather, the attorney general's really was no response at all that the governor under his executive authority, emergency powers has the right to do virtually anything he wants. And there are lots of people who read the 10th amendment this way that you know the states are allowed to do almost anything they want. If you just declare an emergency, we can talk all day about how dangerous that is. But the bottom line is This judge in Cal and a California court said Sorry, Governor these legitimate claims about the adverse impact on minority kids of your edicts regarding the lot down, you must respond to it. And of course, all that really means is he's got a lawyer up. Go to court and say Now, this is our in our constitutional wheelhouse. We're allowed to do this. All right. Well, thanks for coming on. I appreciate it. Always a pleasure. Thanks. Can I will swim president to California Policy Senator co host of National Review's Radio Free California podcast about the need, especially in the low income communities to get the kids back into the classroom. They're gonna fall further and further behind. Think I saw a story today that there's been another drop off in L, a unified for kindergarten enrollment, although I think they claim they got an 88% attendance with their first week or so of online learning. We got more coming up on the Johnny Kensho, including that chance with the key word of the $1000 Debra mark with a news update..
California Supreme Court gives Newsom until Friday to respond to lawsuit over distance learning
"How about this one to really quick, a California Supreme Court? Told the governor there you have until Friday to respond to lawsuits. Barring schools from reopening for in person learning there now telling him you have to justify Why schools are closed, especially given the science Showing
"california supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Contacting her family and just disappear off the face of their voice says that shared the news Her daughter had been found when plaster county officials showed up at her home in Arizona was the most respectful. Compassionate gesture. That I could have ever asked. Wilson was last seen leaving Thunder Valley Casino in Lincoln with Mario Flavio Garcia. He was arrested in 2005 after hair and tiny blood splatters matching Wilson's DNA were found in his car. RC was convicted in 2006, but the location of Wilson's remains were unknown until today. Convicted killer Scott Peterson's death penalty decision is being reversed. He's getting a new sentencing hearing. Peterson received the death penalty back in 2004 for murdering his wife, Lacey and their unborn child. A California Supreme Court decision now grants him a new sentencing hearing sometime in the future. Pass it has advocated for victims of violent crimes and abuse for more than 20 years. Executive director of We've says court decisions like Peterson's death penalty being reversed or difficult for families to process. Even several years after a conviction just ripped the car off and open the wound all over again and must be extremely traumatizing for that family. Beth. How's it says Healing is not a linear path for most people, Okay, counselling. To go get therapy around any new feelings or old feelings that are coming up for people. If you are someone you know has been the victim of a violent crime. You can find support resources that victim's support services data work. This afternoon. A demonstration over the weekend in Portland, Oregon, now declared a riot by police Portland heading into its fourth month, the protests in the streets Michael Kastner, reports for KP officers were hit with rocks, heavy metal screws, balloons filled with fecal matter and green lasers. The demonstration was held outside of the North Precinct, police building. A dumpster was pushed into the street and set on fire. Two awnings of the precinct were burned. One police officer suffered a cut on his hand. Police arrested several people. It's going into the fourth month of protest Ng in the streets of Portland. It's the death of a black man. George Floyd in the hands of police in Minneapolis. Michael Kastner, NBC News radio, Portland, Oregon. And if you missed our key word earlier, here's the second chance for you this hour to $1000 text 202 100 with a key word home. To win the $1000 takes 202 100 now with keyword home If you get a call from a number you don't know could be us. Saying that you've won the money, you'll get a confirmation, text and info, standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest. Good luck from news 93.1 kfbk. We're here to make sense of it for you throwed a virus testing testing testing mask, analyze them much more than we do with the President. Isis client,.
Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court
"Peterson, who was convicted of murdering his pregnant wife, Lacey. Former federal prosecutor Laurie Levinson. It's not that Scott Peterson walks free. It's more that the state has to decide whether they'll seek the death penalty again here in Western Washington. Auburn Police officer Jeff Nelson pleaded not guilty today to second degree murder for fatally shooting 26 year old Jesse Saray during an arrest last year. This is the first use of deadly force case to be brought against the cops. Since Washington voters passed initiative 9 40, it makes it easier to bring criminal charges against law enforcement. If you got a mandatory retirement payout this year, you may be
Scott Peterson death penalty overturned by California Supreme Court
"Scott Peterson, convicted of killing his pregnant wife, Lacey and unborn son, Conner in 2002 just had his death penalty punishment overturned by the California Supreme Court. His guilty verdict stands and the court will allow a new trial for the death penalty
California high court rejects Scott Peterson's death penalty
"The California Supreme Court has overturned the two thousand five death sentence for Scott Peterson in the slaying of his pregnant wife the court upheld Scott Peterson's two thousand for murder conviction in the killing of laci Peterson who was then eight months pregnant with their unborn son Connor investigators said that on Christmas Eve in two thousand two Peterson dumped the bodies from his fishing boat into San Francisco Bay where they surfaced months later the court explained Peterson contends his trial was flawed for multiple reasons beginning with the unusual amount of pre trial publicity that surrounded the case they said we reject Peterson's claim that he received an unfair trial as to guilt and thus affirmed his convictions for murder I'm surely apple
"california supreme court" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's medically You know what? It's different. We don't need him anymore. Even we're paying him too much, and we're replacing him with someone at half the salary. They could do all of that. And the fact that the company is still in business means nothing. So what you have is were you paid your sick leave? On ly for a think of among, okay and then they and then they fired you. They can do that. And I couldn't. I couldn't accept that things have happened since then, and talk to friends of friends make a long story short and I was told they can do that. But what they cannot do. It's repose your position. Sure they can. Sure they can course they can. Now, let's say you make $60,000 year your fire. They repose the position for $40,000 a year because I don't want to pay it $60,000 anymore. Yeah, they could do that all day long. Oh, yeah, I know it's an at will. State and employers have extraordinary ability to fire and not fire. Let me give you even another one. A court case I think was California Supreme Court. Even if you can prove that they fired you, based on Some kind of Ah, constitutional right? Alright or or a fundamental right now You can't get fired because let's say you're black or you're Catholic or whatever. And you're arguing that even if the court says, Yeah, yeah, they fired you because you're Catholic and They didn't want to pay you because you make too much money. Goodbye. You're gone. It has to be exclusively for that reason, which is very difficult to prove really difficult. This is handle on the law news radio 9 21 047 of them. Are you survivor? Sexual abuse? Well in the Boy Scouts, you may be entitled to compensation No matter how long ago the abuse happened, but your time to file a claim is limited. Call 806 to 5 55 82 That's 806 to 5 55 82.
"california supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"I thought it was really heartening because as an Indian American, myself like it's really heartening to see like myself represented on the national stage. PARIS His father is from Jamaica and her mother was from India. She would be both the first female vice president and the first non white vice president here's says she's honored to help Biden become commander in chief. The selection of Kamala Harris says Joe Biden's vice presidential partner may have kicked off a game of musical chairs in California, often the selection of a running mate. It's just us tied to geography is personality. Which candidate can help a ticket when X swing state, but This is 2020. President Biden would not looking just to see where can I pick up a state but that he is really looking to see where can I pick up a shot of adrenaline nationwide? Loyal a lot, Professor Jessica Levinson says This will also impact California politics Should Biden when, Of course, the next question is, who will Governor Gavin Newsom pick to fill their feast? Harris is the first Democratic vice presidential pick from California. Chris and Carl. Okay, if I knew News is brought to you by attorney Sweet James Bergen er the value So Cal says the court must step in to stop ice from secretly banning Covad 19 testing at the Atalanta detention Center. I can't think of any rational reason why you would not test people. Zou Attorney Jessica Bancells says. Hundreds have complained of symptoms and the owner of the facility has sent 1900 tests enough for all staff and detainees. People who are detained in the facility strongly believe it is because they're scared that if they test people, it will show that there is a rampant Over 19 outbreak at Atalanta right now, she says. In April, a court already ordered ice to follow CDC guidelines, which includes testing. I says it can't comment on specific litigation, but CDC guidelines are being followed. CORBIN Carson KO Phi New housing advocates in California have pushed on the state Legislature to extend eviction and foreclosure relief. Ellie City Councilman Mike Bonin says 365,000 families in L. A county face eviction. If the state moratorium is lifted, it is not enough to have a patchwork of different laws across the state in different cities. It leads to confusion on it leads to fear and it leads to eviction, and it is not called. Yesterday, California Supreme Court chief Justice asked the Judicial Council to extend to special rules delaying eviction and foreclosure actions in courts by another two weeks. The extension would give the state Legislature more time to pass a relief bill and a hospital in Shreveport, Louisiana, is being evacuated because police are searching for a shooter inside. At least one person is reported hurt in the shooting. Let's take a look at a crash.
"california supreme court" Discussed on AP News
"California Supreme Court has reinstated a lawsuit filed by 3 therapists who work with sex offenders they're asking for a reprieve from a strict state law on mandatory reporting of people who download or stream child **** the therapist say that it's essential to allow patients to honestly admit what they're doing as part of treatment and if they're reported to the police they'll likely stop getting help prosecutors argue privacy rights are outweighed by the law's requirement that therapists report dangerous patients the case will be tried again in Superior Court I'm Jackie Quinn
California court restores case by therapists on porn privacy
"California Supreme Court has reinstated a lawsuit filed by three therapists who work with sex offenders they're asking for a reprieve from a strict state law on mandatory reporting of people who download or stream child **** the therapist say that it's essential to allow patients to honestly admit what they're doing as part of treatment and if they're reported to the police they'll likely stop getting help prosecutors argue privacy rights are outweighed by the law's requirement that therapists report dangerous patients the case will be tried again in Superior Court I'm Jackie Quinn
California justices reject law requiring Trump tax returns
"The California Supreme Court has sided with president Donald Trump ruling the president does not have to disclose his tax returns to appear as a candidate on California's primary ballot next spring the ruling was unanimous Chief Justice Tadic until sock away wrote in the decision that California's first in the nation law violates the state constitutions specification of an inclusive open presidential ballot the law was signed by democratic governor Gavin Newsom this year the state Republican Party challenge the bill because it singled out trump hi Mike Ross yeah
"california supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Basically codify as Supreme Court decision California Supreme Court decision that makes it a lot harder for a business to say you're an independent contractor ounce that of an employee yep or an independent contractor saying that that year she is an independent contractor and if this is passed this is totally going to change the entire game I this has massive repercussions affectively it'll make ten ninety nine employees not a they won't exist anymore one door dash we're talking about delivery people were talking about even the manicurists our hair stylists they just rent spaces right there independently yeah and a lot of it has to do with you controlling your own hours right now and the ten ninety nine rules are actually getting more more strict towards your employee and there's a bunch if you look at the definition of ten ninety nine you control your own hours you supply your own equipment are you are all right you're not at the back and call the employer I. doesn't tell you what and how to do your job and so you put all that together you're probably a ten ninety nine you don't have to show up you can do it any place and a lot of people like that in there and we don't want that telecommuters for example now is I mean if you're a tele commuter hi you can't be ten ninety nine but if you do your work in an office yes even though you're doing the same work also controlling your own hours if you're a tele commuter I basically all they want you to do is provide the is provide the work unless they set up you have to work from nine to five and we'll just let you work at home. so that moves more towards the employee definition this is not going to change everything and let's not forget the exceptions because now you have the interest groups coming in. for example I newspaper delivery people. night they don't work for the newspapers are independent contractors or used to be that's been delayed a year because of the newspaper folks I it's just time it's that we'll see what happens but this is gonna up and everything and the other thing that's interesting is normally you would say and it goes to court and it gets wet except this is where the California Supreme Court already ruled this way there's no where to appeal if this passes yeah so what we'll see the definition on the court did leave open the state defining what the ten ninety nine or employer I. employee employer relationship is so once the state makes that decision you're right you're done. the only way it's gonna turn around is a proposition. and I that's what site by the way that's going to happen now come next November there will be a proposition and a lot of money is going to be spent and that is fantastic news for those of us who work at radio stations are where money is going to be spent on both sides. yeah Hey okay. speaking of jade yeah a Dodger Y. C. D..
"california supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the civil union here and you know you can get married but it wasn't really the same thing even when we when we need your the past the civil union waiting for it to be the real thing nothing like the real thing so we waited till twenty fifteen for that legally that Mary Catherine so thank you so much for calling good luck to you and your family so professor Davis let's talk a little bit about the legal history behind the story the calf and was just telling the the the whole issue of same sex adoption was inter twined with same sex marriage in a lot of states right yeah and marriage like adoption is a state by state kind of issues so it's within within their purview so you had a lot of variation from state to state and with the issue of marriage of course in the nineties the groundwork was set for that in two thousand there was a lot of back and forth you had you know localities like San Francisco Gavin Newsom was issuing marriage licenses until the California Supreme Court said not to and and then sort of that that you know amendments to state constitutions that that that attempts to ban gay marriage in certain states and Clinton in nineteen ninety six signing into law don't mind the defense of Marriage Act and then the two thousand you have sort of like that the continuation of that and that that the push back and forth you know one piece of backlash that I recall and we've talked about this on the show before as I think kind of an under discussed a very important piece of history was that in the two thousand four presidential election which if you'll recall was so close between George Bush who got reelected that year and John Kerry who is the democratic challenger it all hung on Ohio and bush won Ohio by the hair and one of the things that really boosted Republican turnout in Ohio was a ballot question I think it was a state constitutional amendment but it was some kind of valid question to restrict same sex marriage and the analysts at the time talked about how that was put on the ballot not just for the issue itself and what it meant to the people wanted to ban same sex marriage but for the purpose of increasing Republican turn out in a major swing state and it worked so just interesting that yeah there was the progress through the orcs and there was also the backlash yeah the ought to see how we might not have had a second term of George W. bush were it not for that backlash and you also get sort of a compromise along the way and so I mean the typical civil rights kind of narrative about how things kind of go on the road to a kind of assimilation and so yeah and George W. bush of course supported a federal an amendment to the federal constitution that would that would define marriage as between one man and one woman Lisa in Rockland county on WNYC hi Lisa good morning I just wanted to add to your previous caller who was living in my young from Brooklyn to Montclair I'm actually from a Brooklyn can I act Lou.
"california supreme court" Discussed on KCRW
"Today. NPR's David green talks to Nicole more. One of the striking drivers most list and Uber are driving the wages down to see what the tipping point is. What is the lowest amount of money? They're willing to accept coming up. More from one of the organizers of the strike and later Ukrainian voters say they're sick and tired of corrupt self interested. Politicians that might explain why a TV comedian is the unlikely front runner in Ukraine's presidential election. California Supreme Court justices sounding off on the death penalty. A strongly worded critique today yesterday by Justice Goodwin. Liu comes two weeks after governor Gavin Newsom placed a moratorium on executions in the state KCRW's. Dale Sassaman has more. Liu says, the death penalty system in California is dysfunctional expensive and doesn't deliver Justice in a timely way. Lou issued his unusual opinions separately after the court unanimously upheld a death sentence for a man named Thomas Potts who killed an elderly couple in kings county, two decades ago. Justice Mariano Florentino quasar joined him in the opinion. Lou also weighed in on a two thousand sixteen ballot measure approved by voters to speed up executions in the state saying it won't work without more funding in spite of having more than seven hundred inmates on death row. California has not executed anyone since two thousand six. Since declaring a moratorium on executions earlier this month. Governor Newsom has said he may also moved to block new death penalty sentences in California, it's four twenty one..
"california supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The twenty four seven digital news center. Good afternoon. It's twelve thirty. I'm Dana has an California's governor Gavin Newsom, I put the death penalty on hold at the congress most populous state. And now remember the state's highest court is backing up at least some of Gavin Houston's reasoning for halting the death penalty in an unusual opinion while upholding the death sentence of a man who killed Nell dearly. Couple in nineteen Ninety-seven. One of California Supreme Court justices calls the death penalty system in California dysfunctional and expensive associate Justice. Edwin Lou also said a voter approved ballot measure to speed up executions will not make the death penalty workable, he writes, quote, the promise of Justice in our death penalty system is a promise at California has been unable to keep Alex stone. ABC news, Los Angeles. Busy morning for police in Roseville started when a suspect tried to pass a counterfeit one hundred dollar Bill at a local WalMart clerks refused. Bill, and as the suspect left, they found in the suspect's, car license. Number two police turns out that the car had been stolen in Stockton carjacking. Police converged on the area found the car and arrested its three occupants education secretary Betsy DeVos is battling with Democrats senators on Capitol Hill today underwent some intense questioning about the cuts made education under her watch on particular cut to the Special Olympics took center stage minority leader minority whip I'm sorry Senator dick Durbin found the proposal upsetting took her to task that is just disgusting. And it's shameful. Madam secretary. Let me tell you what eliminating eighteen million dollars out of an eighty seventy or eighty billion dollar budget. I think is shameful to yesterday. Devos says she loves the Special Olympics, but added the federal government cannot fund everywhere. The program she said, the organization raises one hundred million dollars on its own every year and New Yorkers fuming over picture that went viral showing bagel sliced bread bagels were sliced vertically. It was tagged the Saint Louis secret, and why PD was flooded with messages about the crime being committed which the chief of detectives tweeted, this would never happen here. Traffic and weather together. Here's KFI case. Brian noble. Southbound I five just past twin cities red-headed earlier big rig off the roadway into a tree. This report is brought to you by team Ford. Woodland reportedly the engine caught on fire all pertinent crews were called now siege be dropped the incident from their incident page over an hour ago. However, the backup is still well, this is a matter of fact, the front end of it is not breaking up the back end continues to build now all the way back to would Franklin. The only dealer who gives you a fifty dollar Amazon. Card. Be taking a test drive is team Ford. Woodland.
Experts weigh in on California's ?execution moratorium
"That, California has a complicated history with the death penalty voters have repeatedly upheld. It must recently with two propositions back in two thousand sixteen but the state hasn't executed anyone in more than a decade. Joining us to talk about this is John Donohue. He teaches law at Stanford University where he's an expert on the death penalty. Welcome. Glad to be with you. Okay. So what do you make of the governor's announcement? Well, it was striking. It's not a complete renunciation of the death penalty, of course. But probably an important step in the direction of eliminating the death penalty in the state of California. And potentially more broadly across the United States. Really, you think this might have an effect nationwide. It certainly lends impetus to the growing movement across the US to abolish the death penalty number of states. You know every couple of years abolish the death penalty. And this will be taken as another step in that direction. So it's something that the supreme court will clearly be looking at. Although one might imagine that the Trump appointees. Perhaps have a more aggressive posture on the death penalty than some of the other judges up there who have expressed concerns about the constitutionality of the death penalty. But before it gets to the US supreme court wouldn't have to go to the California Supreme Court because voters passed initiative or two measures actually on the ballot. A few years ago. Upholding the death penalty in effect yet. Yeah. There's no question that there are competing cross crosswinds blowing both at the state and the federal level. So you have the governor moving in one direction you have the voters in the last two referendum moving in a different direction. Although I would submit that the last referendum is a little bit less clear in terms of what the voters really intended. Because there probably was some confusion on the part of the voters what they were actually voting for with many people apparently voting for both the competing referenda. So that enabled the continuation of the death penalty vote to just get over the fifty percent threshold. So the death penalty though, I just want to clarify four listeners that the death penalty propositions in two thousand sixteen one said do you favor getting rid of it and that was defeated by fifty three percent? And the other one said should we speed up the death penalty process and that was approved by just over fifty percent? Both of those propositions indicate that people support the death penalty at least albeit by a very small margin. But still the majority in this particular vote said, yeah, we're in favor of the death penalty here in California. But you think that voters were confused there is certainly evidence of that. Because there were quite a number of people who voted for both of the initiatives with some people saying, yeah, we should get rid of it. But if we're not going to get rid of it, we should speed it up because the last person to be executed was executed for a crime committed thirty five years ago. So it really doesn't serve any sort of penal logical justification. But I think the point is well taken that there. There certainly is support for the death penalty in California and on across the nation. The last person executed here in California was a man named Clarence Ray Allen put to death in two thousand six. It was a very long time ago. Although we have more people on death row than any other state. We haven't executed someone in in such a long time is the death penalty. Here before Gavin Newsom leaders announcement was that effectively not in effect. Yeah. It really hasn't been in effect for a long time. Although that was about to change because there were a number of individuals who had completed the appellate process, and therefore would it moved ahead if the governor had been willing to allow that. But all of these people who would have been executed where where people who are committed crime decades ago, and so the normal notions of swift and speedy punishment. Of course, are are completely undermined by the California death penalty system. California has a very long and contentious history when it comes to the death penalty and I'm thinking back to the eighties. When there was a state supreme court judge named rose Byrd who became infamous in the pro-death penalty circles for being staunchly anti-death penalty and going against the the populace and not refusing to. To enforce the death penalty for several inmates, and she lost her confirmation vote for another term on the bench specifically over that issue that was in the eighties when I guess California. It could be argued was much more pro law and order than it is now how do you think the state has changed with regards to the death penalty? And this whole bigger idea of law and order will. Of course, the support for the death penalty tends to be influenced by the level of crime in any particular jurisdiction and the eighties. Of course was a time of rising crime and therefore much greater apprehension over criminal Justice matters now that crime is much lower today than it was at the time that roseburg was removed from the bench enthusiasm in California. And across the nation is is quite a bit lower. So we we see. Declining. Use of the death penalty everywhere in in the United States today in part because crime is is so much lower today than it was in the late eighties. Did the roseburg scenario what happened to her when she lost her seat on the bench that really send a shockwave through ranks of judges and prosecutors to not tackle this issue for many years. Oh, yeah. No question that it it was quite a jolt to the judicial system. And you know, that has kept the death penalty going in and state ever since. But. You can see the ambulance, of course. Because on the one hand our death row is so large because nobody ever gets removed from death row except by suicide deaths or occasionally an inmate will be killed by another inmate. The execution is only the third leading cause of death on the California death row
"california supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"That marks black and white police visible presence. I think in the neighborhoods is making some amount of impact here. Stockton police chief Eric Jones tells Casey array three there nearly four hundred seventy officers on the force and all time high. He says police can't do it alone. Neither can community groups. But when people work together change can happen. It simply comes down to relationships and building collaborations nonfatal. Shootings also fell from one hundred ninety in two thousand seventeen to one thirty one last year Jones and mayor Michael tubs, also herald, the work of community organizers, and helping to decrease violence in the city, John Burnett Z, NewsRadio KFB K, the California Supreme Court has denied a challenge to the state law that keeps police records open to you. The law was passed in response to national distress over a series of fatal police shootings of unarmed minority men, but only applies when officers are found to be improperly used force or discharged firearms committed sexual assaults or have been dishonest in official duties police. Union's petition contends the law should only release records for incidents that happened after the law took effect Tuesday. They did not give an explanation for the denial. Order Nick, this NewsRadio KP PK Democrats are set to take control of the US house today with their sights set on ending a government shutdown without funding a border wall congressional Democrats plan to immediately pass measures to fund the government, but their bills don't meet President Trump's demands for border security. Well, certainly. The public has no appetite for government shutdown in the long-term. But the president has bet that at least when it comes to border security. This may be a winning issue. KFC K political analyst Gary Dietrich expects Republican response to be based on the individual situations of lawmakers already beginning to posture for twenty twenty and how does this set of both parties leading into what's now going to be clearly a very hotly contested presidential rates starting.
California Supreme Court, Brett Cavanaugh And California discussed on Gary and Shannon
"States. The chief Justice of California Supreme Court has changed her political registration from Republican to no party preference. She says she had become increasingly uncomfortable with Republicans party direction, both nationally and in California. The chief Justice says watching the confirmation hearings of US supreme court Justice. Brett Cavanaugh was pushed
Malta: Aquarius humanitarian ship can dock, migrants to be shared
"The smallest Member State in the. European Union Malta, has agreed to let humanitarian ship that rescued one hundred, and forty-one migrants, at sea dock at one of. Its ports Joanna kakissis reports from Athens that, five EU countries will take in the migrants the humanitarian ship called the Aquarius rescued. The migrants off the coast of Libya last week international, law says migrants rescued at. Sea must go to the closest port but Malta. Initially refused entry as did neighboring Italy if an. Affair coup in Irish nurse aboard the Aquarius said it a video blog that many migrants from Somalia and our, trae I heard a story from one Minor who've begun his journey f. fourteen he's. No sixteen and has been tortured and, has been sold many times Malta agreed to. Let the ship dock after five EU countries Spain Portugal Luxembourg Germany and France agreed to take in the
Cities weigh options after state approves Orange County Needle Exchange Program
"Wanted I'm Amy King Live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom leaders have agreed to stop the state from starting a controversial. Program in Orange County this needle exchange and drug addiction is related to the Orange County supervisors met for an emergency meeting on a needle exchange program that was set. To start next week the state claims that will, cut, down, on diseases but oh see wants nothing. To do with it, this, is a terrible. Terrible terrible program supervisor Todd Spitzer says the needle exchange would promote more homelessness and drug use jeopardizes public safety in a county already out of control in terms of crime officials plan to file an injunction by Monday and. Could sue the state if, it's not approved Monica Rix KFI news brought to you. By Mike Thompson's RV the California Supreme Court has unanimously rejected a voter approved ballot measure to put San Diego city employees on savings. Plans instead of, pensions the court says San Diego's mayor at the time should have met with union representatives before putting the measure on the ballot, in two, thousand twelve the Cup From Riverside County accused of torturing twelve. Of their children has appeared in court again David and Louis Turpin made only a brief appearances both the prosecution and defense agree to delay of the rearraignment following the. Preliminary hearing the preceding was put off to August, thirty, first, that's also when we could get a. Tentative date for the, beginning, of a trial. If all goes according to schedule a potential trial would start in September or October the Turpin stand accused of torture and false imprisonment charges David Turpin is also facing perjury and sexual assault charges the abuse was discovered in. January when one of the, kids escaped and call police in riverside Chris ancarlo KFI. News video posted online has shown unconscious man being dragged off metro train in Long Beach another passenger witnesses say the man pulled the. Other man off, the train because he didn't want the train to be delayed but the guy who shot the video says with the man did, was racist.
California's top court rules workers must be paid for off-the-clock tasks
"Mourning over, the recent loss, of a police officer Weymouth mayor Robert Hedlund says swift donated a significant number of tickets to. The town for her shows this weekend in Foxborough. Those tickets were then distributed amongst city police officers Sergeant Michael Chasma, was shot. And killed while investigating a car crash July fifteenth. Saint person is also suspected of killing bystander bureau Adams Hedlund said there were enough tickets to send every, police officer firefighter and extended family to the concert and then some he. Thanks with the gesture on behalf of the town the extra. Tickets were passed on to other nearby police departments The deadline to get immigrant families separated at the border back together has come and gone and as ABC's Shirley Smith reports many. Have been, reunited but there's, still a lot of work to do Trump administration says more than eighteen hundred children five years. And older have been reunited with parents our sponsors. Hours before the deadline that included one thousand four hundred and forty, two children. Who were returned to parents who were in the. US immigration and customs enforcement custody and another three hundred seventy eight who were released under a variety of, other circumstances but about seven hundred more remain separated officials say that includes. Four hundred thirty one whose parents were deported I'm surely Smith California Supreme Court says Starbucks and other businesses in the state must pay. Workers, for the minutes they routinely spend off the clock on tasks like locking up or setting the store alarm the, unanimous ruling was a big victory for hourly workers in California, it could also lead to more, lawsuits against employers in the state the ruling came in a lawsuit by a Starbucks employee, who argued that he, was entitled to be paid for the time he. Spent closing the door after he clocked out. The employee said he activated the store alarm locked, the front door and walked co workers to their cars which often extended his workday by up to ten minutes an attorney for Starbucks referred comment to the company and Starbucks did not immediately have comment hi I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of, the podcast ground game a look at the, top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this. Year's midterm elections It's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure, to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire Pulitzer. Prize winning writer Ronan Farrow is read another article for the New Yorker detailing sexual misconduct allegations made by. Six women against CBS CEO les Moonves fair tells the AP that the article takes, a hard look at the corporate culture under moon vez also involves dozens of sources talking about. The corporate culture, around les Moonves says and raising, allegations that he promoted individuals who were the target of a lot of similar allegations and you know we talked to experts who say this is an opportunity to look at how are most important corporate. Institutions treat vulnerable people coming forward with, these kinds of, charges Faeroe, and the New Yorker won the Pulitzer. Last year for his article uncovering many of the allegations. Against now former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein people live in a, subdivision and reading California were with only one. Way in and out described Panik neighbors jumping curbs driving through. Laws to get around the line of cars that stacked up. Last night as they tried to flee the flames of. A massive wildfire overnight a Liz sixty homes burned in that neighborhood sixty six others in another subdivision Ken. Pimlott with Cal fire says a number of firefighters battling the blaze in northern California, Shasta county are also victims of that blaze a lot of people working the fire lines today. Who have either, lost homes have family members who, have lost homes or certainly have been evacuated and Justin herculean efforts overnight between law enforcement firefighters and many others to pull people from harm's way to firefighters have been killed some thirty seven thousand people. Forced from their homes elsewhere in California, large fires continue, to burn, outside Yosemite national park and in the. San Jacinto mountains east of Los Angeles near Palm Springs This is AP radio news Chicago and state officials released, a plan to carry out far-reaching police, reforms under federal. Court supervision Illinois attorney general Lisa Madigan with an independent. Monitor in federal court enforcement I believe that we can finally achieve necessary real and, lasting police reform in Chicago the proposed consent decree which still needs a federal judges approval would cover topics ranging from police recruitment and training to the use. Of force and misconduct investigations some suspicious items found inside Trump Tower have. Been determined to be harmless, New York police, department's. Counterterrorism chief James waters tweets the packages have been deemed safe. By the department's, bomb squad the president son Eric Trump? Also. In a tweet right Seattle it's turned, out to be USB chargers but always better. To be safe than sorry the emergency response led to the closure Fifth Avenue in front of the skycraper skyscraper. During rush hour this afternoon I'm. Tim Maguire AP radio news AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire Pulitzer prize, winning writer Ronan Farrow is read another, article for the. New Yorker detailing sexual misconduct allegations made by six women. Against CBS CEO les Moonves fair tells the AP that the article takes a hard, look at the corporate culture under moonville also involves dozens of sources talking about the corporate culture around les Moonves says and raising allegations that he promoted individuals. Who were the target of a lot of similar allegations and you know. We talked to experts who, say this is, an. Opportunity to look at how are most important corporate institutions treat. Vulnerable people coming, forward with these kinds of charges Farrow? And. The New Yorker won the Pulitzer last, year for his article uncovering many of the. Allegations against now former Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein people live in a subdivision and Redding California were with only one. Way in and out described panic Neighbors jumping curbs. Driving through laws to get around the line of cars that. Stacked up last night as they tried to flee the. Flames of a massive wildfire overnight Eliza sixty homes burned in that neighborhood sixty six others and another subdivision Ken Pimlott with Cal fire says a number of firefighters battling the blaze in, northern California Shasta county are also victims of that blaze a lot of people working the fire. Lines today who, have either lost homes family members, who have lost homes or certainly have been evacuated and Justin herculean efforts overnight between law enforcement firefighters and many others to pull people from harm's way to firefighters have been killed some thirty seven thousand. People forced from their homes elsewhere in, California large fires, continue to, burn outside Yosemite national park and in. The San Jacinto mountains east of Los Angeles near Palm Springs This is APN You've reached the. High, fashion hotline hi my family's going to a concert, in the park and we want her style to be the main attraction.
"california supreme court" Discussed on Tech News Today
"When you're in your home or your office, it's at its lowest when you're out on a public street, someplace like that, where anybody can be walking by and seeing you when you are in a plane, or let's say you're actor workplace, and there are other people around. Here's the question. A reasonable expectation of privacy doesn't exist will not concerning the people who are around you. They can see you. They can hear you. But the question becomes, what about a reasonable expectation of privacy concerning the rest of the world? And we had an interesting case in California ended up ending in two thousand, but here's the situation. Some psychics air quotes. We're talking about their psychic network and saying, basically it was a bunch of hogwash. They did not know that the person sitting next to them had been hired, but she was actually an ABC reporter doubt. They'd been a psychic really. They would have known this sugar via, yeah, yeah. So here's what happened of one of the psychics. When this broadcast went nationwide fell off the wagon. He was recovering alcoholic. He died, but the other one live to sue and collect. The jury came back was a one point, two million dollar judgment. The California Supreme Court said, well, we will say that. If you do not have a reasonable expectation of privacy concerning the people around you in may still be a question of whether you have a reasonable expectation of privacy concerning the rest of the world, and it doesn't make any difference if we're talking about broadcast or if we talk about, you know, a Twitter or any other kind of live streaming. In this case, ABC subtle out of court. So this surviving psychic walked away with over nine hundred thousand dollars. I mean, the the lines are so blurred right now, and I know that you know, we've it as a generation were many, many years into reality TV being a very influential thing like I don't watch much TV anymore. So I don't know how how strong the pull of reality TV is now, but I know over the past ten fifteen, twenty years is pretty been pretty darn strong. Then you've got the potent platform that is social media and the and the idea of network effect and how something may seem so anonymous in the beginning and you put it out there because I don't know. I only have forty followers is whatever there's no harm. This is a cool funny story, but that can that can completely blow up like somebody in this case was was docs and that that can happen. That can be kind of a side effect that you didn't see. You didn't think about when you I kind of went down this road. Is there any legal recourse for someone who who is like on the other side. Say that the two people and I realize the guy in the situation went on to go on like good Morning America. He made a big public splash of himself, but it was the. It was the woman in the situation that wanted to be kept relatively anonymous. I think she was docs. Does she have any legal recourse about the fact that this person tweeted this out and it led to that, okay..
"california supreme court" Discussed on Download
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"california supreme court" Discussed on The Rubin Report
"That the issue of california the well i don't want to get into legal issues it's too big a discussion but the point is that i hit the it's all wrong i'll just put it that way they're wrong prager his lawsuit i could even be sympathetic to it they are definitely wrong and it's crackers in my view for a conservative to be suing a private company under by invoking law written by the most leftist court in the whole god damn country the california supreme court decisions he's relying on our crap they are totally wrong and i don't give a rat's ass how many lawyers lineup to tell me oh this is this is president and this is what the law says they're all wrong i mean the right that it's president they're wrong than it's good we we complain about law all the damn time in this country constantly the fact that a court issues a damn decision that that says something crazy or even the fact that a court issues it doesn't make it right we should criticise the law constantly just like we should criticise would google is doing so don't tell me about what the what the law says i don't care what the california supreme court said they are definitely wrong what what they have basically done is said that a private company is now a public forum once you do that free speech is over it's gone you cannot have three speech if you don't have public private property absolutely positively i mean that's the same thing as saying that that when when the university reserves the space for us to speak it's a free for all and if we don't let everybody speak at once that somehow violation of their right to free speech that is totally wrong but it's viciously public utility that it do they have a monopoly no of of transportation in which case canopy regularly but this so we're getting into i mean i don't wanna get too far all i would say is this public utilities are mistake but they private companies do exercise the same kind of power that governments do we we conflict that free speech is done and all of freedom is done.
"california supreme court" Discussed on First Mondays
"Actually were you of it i was at that was put that as a writer the dough year the very tale it tail end of way of your year right exactly so justice now justice kagan had been confirmed making neil acting and it seemed that that satis would likely persist for some time and he sort of needed a principal deputy and leandro was very well respected in the office i mean choose you know a bit young but you know other other than that everybody thought she was great and i should a great job and now she's on of course the california supreme court justice kruger and in related to this discussion lien i had about female advocates she's almost certainly someone who were she in private practice would be getting lots of shrink grid arguments but oh yeah it now has other duties as a indeed supreme court justice and um and then the other thing uh lip tech uh was 2 for 2 uh on correction because he also noted that bank markazi which i i think i said was 72 62 um post um scalia a death uh katya while for monday as regrets the irs um go i didn't really mccain yet exponential you you're you're euro good but it you know it's annoying that there is now this period of time in the supreme court were you have to not only just you know do look at the descent and check the math you have to go back up in you know yeah look look top and be the disposition line who is there so okay let's talk about the the big news of the week in terms of the kind of things around the court is the justice department's cirque petition in hargin versus garza and dan i.