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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:17 min | 2 months ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Pass it on as her own US. A District court judge Randolph Moss, delay the execution after her attorneys contract did covert 19 while visiting their client. The Justice Department tried to reschedule the execution date for January. 12th, however, Judge Moss says that can't happen. While the stay of the execution order remains in effect until January, 1st Montgomery would be the first woman executed by the federal government since 1953 A long time leader in Philadelphia's Court of Common Pleas has taken on a major role in a city court came out over the years. Community affairs reporter Cherry Greg a guardian is the person legally assigned to make decisions. One individual who lacks capacity do the age or disability, according to AARP data about 1.5 million adults are under guardianships nationwide. We are protected. The vulnerable and the guardianship for probably about 70% of our docket. The honorable Sheila would skipper was appointed administrative judge of Philadelphia's Orphan's court system in Pennsylvania has made headlines in recent years because of abuse after abuse felons as guardian, stealing money and property or neglecting the elderly with minimal oversight by the court. But there has been some change, including a guardian tracking unit in Philadelphia to see if there's any red flags that need to be brought to the attention of the court with skipper says her Focus will be accessibility. People should be able to come to get information to get education. Do you refer to resource is that the North Philadelphia native and Girls High grad was once president, judge of the Court of Common Pleas, helping the city implement major criminal justice reform. Cherry Greg capable produced radio. What will happen next with the pandemic relief bill? That's anyone's guess. President Trump has not signed the $900 billion package. On unemployment benefits for hundreds of thousands Americans are set to expire today. The president says the checks for American should be more than that. $600 CBS News, White House correspondent Steve importantly, the president can take advice from his fellow Republicans and come around and signed the massive bill. He could remain opposed and veto it. We could do nothing and let it die. A natural death By noon on January 3rd When the new Congress takes office, all bills still not signed by the president would expire. In a rare exhibition of what's called the Pocket Veto. The House of Representatives will vote on a stand alone bill on Monday aimed at bumping up that direct payment from 600 to 2 Grand. It was a rainy Christmas here, But people in Cleveland, Ohio, spend Christmas digging themselves out from a heavy snowfall. Here's correspondent Harry Boomer Man is horrendous man is is just keep coming. It won't stop. This is not exactly a winter wonderland this Christmas in Cleveland. It's more like a snowpocalypse on many of the side streets. Snow blocking in cars with snow drifts knee high in some communities. Just ask Darryl Callahan. I don't put start down. I've been out here for, like, an hour. You know, I'm saying shoveling and everything is just real hard, man. The streets are bad, You know, I'm saying it's just it's just terrible. A city has declared a snow emergency parking ban. Forecasters say the snow is going to continue through Sunday. It's 8 37 As we count down to the end of the year. We remember some of the most important people who left us in 2020 2020 was a year for goodbyes to change makers. Brave fighter Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed the Long day, Congressman John Lewis.

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Jury trials resume as Philadelphia Common Pleas Court reopens

KYW 24 Hour News

01:18 min | 6 months ago

Jury trials resume as Philadelphia Common Pleas Court reopens

"common pleas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:05 min | 7 months ago

"common pleas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Cove at 19 search will move North are urging cities and states to adopt social distancing handwashing mask wearing And avoiding crowds. Three Allegheny County court facilities were ordered closed last night after visits by a private attorney who has tested positive for the Corona virus. Katy K. TV's Amy Watters tells us what's closed the criminal division of the Court of Common Pleas Will be closed temporarily to the public. Today. It's located on the third and fifth floors of the courthouse downtown. Also, Magistrate Court on Lincoln Highway north for sales will be closed. Fifth Judicial District protection from Abuse department on Ross Street downtown will be closed to the public. All employees in the affected court facilities have been quarantined. Contact tracing is underway there. The Justice Department says an Arizona woman was trying to help a terror group. Here's CBS's Steve Dorsey in Washington. Prosecutors say Jill Marie Jones had planned to travel from Phoenix to join Al Qaeda oversees. The Justice Department says she was also in communication with two FBI undercover employees, one of whom she believed to be a member of Al Qaeda. She also agreed to send money to purchase scopes for rifles that would be used by the terror group to kill American soldiers. The Justice Department says. Jones was arrested at the airport Wednesday charged with attempting to provide material Support to a designated foreign terrorist organisation. Sales of new homes rose a sharp 13.8% in June. It's the second straight increase on Wednesday, the Commerce Department reported. Sales of previously owned homes surged 21 points last month. On Wall Street heparin, Tillerson says. The Dow is down 131 points at 5 26,020 to the NASDAQ is off 68 points and the S and P is down 16. In sports job must Global start tonight in the Pirates first game of the delayed season at ST Louis. Penguin spans air getting acquainted with the NHL's newest franchise, and it's unusual name. Cairo's Aaron Granillo has that story The Seattle crack in his release named.

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"common pleas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

07:42 min | 8 months ago

"common pleas" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"All right. Welcome back, everybody. I'm Wendy Bell. OK, so we just had a phone call Melissa called in. She says Hey, I'm Covad positive. You got to see this letter that they sent me. I'm going to get her. She's on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh News line right now. Hello, my dear. First of all, how do you feel? I mean, I feel fine. I feel like at a cold. I've got that I got the random symptoms. Um, And lately I've been having fever spikes, but otherwise I'm fine. It's more so, like a cold, right anything. Did they do that thing where they shove this swab into your brain? Yeah, I hear my husband had it done, he said it was and he is not a onesie kind of a guy. And he said it was awful. It was like she was trying to pull. Start a lawnmower. I don't mean no average. Your misery. I'm so sorry. So you're one of those? Are you? One of those crazy young people who was out partying on the South side doing all those terrible things you weren't supposed to be doing. No, no, not at all. I'm actually pretty much never introvert. So I go over and tell my dog most of the time. That's about it. So you were you surprised when you found out you were covert positive. Yes. Because I've been I mean, not really. I expected that I would get it at some point, and everybody in my family might get it. You know, I mean, like, it's at some point in our lives here, like cold and flu season. I mean, but I've been wearing my mask and I've been doing everything that they're asking me. Tio and I still got it. Right. So you're mad. You're not goingto I don't think in my opinion, is the master going too? Save you from getting Covic. How militant ofyou, Ben. How like how Careful till May I've been very, very careful. I've only I only go to one store and that's like once a month because I'll go and do my major shopping. And I I, you know, go home, and I don't I go to work and I don't know how well do you know about it? I am 35 young thing. Alright. So s so you went to the U went to your doctor. You went to one of the clinics or how did you do it? So I went to the clinic and they tested me and then within, so they kept me at 3:53:15 p.m. And then at 7 30 in the morning, I get a call saying that I'm positive. I just thought I had allergies. It's allergy season. Okay, So then what did they say to you at that point She said. Don't go to work and just stay home and will contact you again. They never called me back. But they did send me this letter. I've printed it out. My sweet I've printed it out. So wait your day number. What in your process. Day number eight. Okay, so you have two to go. Yeah. I have a few to go on and I don't see it being an issue in the future. Okay. Have a contact trace you do they talk about how who you were around and all that stuff. They so actually actor bought that they did ask me some questions who I was around, and I mean, I was kind of worried because I was around. You know, people that are sort of me in compromising and I was worried about that. But they've been all tested and they're healthy and fine, Thankfully, but they did check to see who I was around, right? All right. So let's get into this letter. When did you get this letter? I got this letter on the six All right, so three days ago, so then that means you are already five days in right? Yes, I was already five days in. I got a knock on my door from the mailman. And I said, Hey, just leave it in the mailbox that it wanted, you know, risk getting him, right? Well, he didn't because I was supposed to sign for it. Shut the front door. With my mind. So the mailman who is a great guy left with my letter. So then I'm like running path after this guy. I mean, what am I supposed to do? So I went outside and I got the letter and I had to sign for it. Oh, for heaven's sakes, and you're like, by the way, I'm not supposed to be doing this because this is completely contrary to all that. We know about covert 19. But the county is forcing me to have an interaction with you and touchy utensil and right to say that I got this letter. Yeah, and he was like I had no idea that's all And I said, Well, just so you know, it, says Health Department on on this flip. And if you have people signing for just so you know that's what they're signing for. Right. Okay, so that's just idiotic. But in the land before time, which is Pittsburgh, we understand. So this is from the health Department. It says, Dear so and so. Dear Melissa, I'm writing to you because you've tested positive for the virus that causes Corona virus disease. Bubba blah. Um, you must remain in your home at your address until you meet the necessary criteria. Ton days after your symptoms began, or for 72 hours, And they put three days for those of us who don't know how to do mouth from when your feeling well again and do not have a fever. Now, this is the fun part. You must remain in isolation and take the steppes listed above staff from Allegany County Health Department make contact you throughout the isolation period to assess her symptoms. But you say that have it hasn't happened. Now. Okay. If you do not cooperate with this order, Allegheny County Health Department will petition the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas Toe. Have you confined? To an appropriate facility Warts. Did that freak you out a little bit. I mean, yeah. I mean, I wasn't I'm not planning on. I never left my house and I don't plan on leaving miles because I don't want to risk someone that's immune compromised, And I think right us are responsible about that. So I don't think that's an issue. But Further it threatens is what Turns my God a little bit, because that's How are you going to do that? This is this is amazing. And I love this line. This says Covert 19 represents a serious threat to the public's health in the Allegheny County Health Department director may order someone to be quarantined or isolated. This authority is granted to the HD as the local health authority and then it rattles off all these laws. And all of this stuff, right? Like that, right? You're like, Well, let me get on my law books and make sure this all actually right. This is ridiculous. Unbelievable. If you do not cooperate with this order, Allegheny County Health Department will petition the Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas to have you confined to an appropriate facility. Oh, my goodness. So what's your take away, my dear? I mean, I was My thought was, you know after having the letter as like, just looking over it a couple times, but I was not I mean, I'm not thrilled about it. Well, it's your following that you're following the rules and they're putting the needle on you saying Oh, yeah, we're watching you, Sister. Don't push right. It's creepy. But then, you know I do so I don't understand where they're gonna put me in Allegheny County Jail where they just released. Everybody know, see? Yeah. Yeah, You could be the new criminal. They're letting all those folks go because that's inhumane, Right? I think you're wonderful. And I hope you have the very best recovery And I appreciate you joining me. Thank you so much. You take care? That's crazy, right? I'm gonna put this on our Facebook page. Ladies and gentlemen, because that's absolutely bananas. Traffic on the fives.

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Philadelphia Federation Of Teachers Announces Legal Action Against Philadelphia School District Over Handling Of Asbestos

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Federation Of Teachers Announces Legal Action Against Philadelphia School District Over Handling Of Asbestos

"Philadelphia's features union is suing the school district over us best this problems at several schools they would abuse Justin Trudeau reports the discovery and clean up of as best as a multiple Philadelphia schools has been a major issue for the district throughout the school year now Jerry Jordan in the Philadelphia federation of teachers is taking the district to court over the matter from start to finish the district's agree just missteps have shown a disregard for the health of my members and our students he have two more your double Willig says they're suited to ensure that moving forward yes but this problem is handled properly they're testing has been flawed their clean up has been flawed and they cannot they should not do it without us we are the safety check will look says they're asking the court to make sure they're better included on asbestos issues that our environmental expert has all the access he needs to the district's dash board to the district's reports to the district experts that they cannot go in and test without us they cannot open a school without us unless they have our agreement the federation says they're hoping a common pleas court hears their case by

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Philadelphia Federation Of Teachers Announces Legal Action Against Philadelphia School District Over Handling Of Asbestos

KYW 24 Hour News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Federation Of Teachers Announces Legal Action Against Philadelphia School District Over Handling Of Asbestos

"Philadelphia's teachers union is suing the school district over us Festus problems at several schools they would have used Justin Trudeau reports the discovery and clean up of as best as a multiple Philadelphia schools has been a major issue for the district throughout the school year now Jerry Jordan in the Philadelphia federation of teachers is taking the district to court over the matter from start to finish the district's agree just missteps have shown a disregard for the health of my members and our students have to lower your double Willig says they're suited to ensure that moving forward the space this problem is handled properly they're testing has been flawed their clean up has been flawed and they cannot they should not do it without us we are the safety check will it says they're asking the court to make sure they're better included on asbestos issues that our environmental expert has all the access he needs to the district's dash board to the district's reports to the district experts that they cannot go in and test without us they cannot open a school without us unless they have our agreement the federation says they're hoping a common pleas court hears their case by

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Teachers union suing district over asbestos in schools

KYW 24 Hour News

01:20 min | 1 year ago

Teachers union suing district over asbestos in schools

"One Philadelphia's teachers union is suing the school district over as best as problems in schools they will use Justin who does live with a lot of date doesn't that's right in the discovery in the clean up of respect as a multiple Philadelphia schools has been a major issue for the district throughout the year now Jerry Jordan in the Philadelphia federation of teachers is taking the district to court over the matter from start to finish the district's agree just missteps have shown a disregard for the health of my members and our students F. T. lawyer dot Deborah will like says their suit is to insure that moving forward this this this problem is handled properly they're testing has been flawed their clean up has been flawed and they cannot they should not do it without us we are the safety check will exes they're asking the court to make sure that they are better they're better included on the asbestos issues that our environmental expert has all the access he needs to the district's dash board to the district's reports to the district experts that they cannot go in and test without us they cannot open a school without this unless they have our agreement the federation says they're hoping common pleas court hears their case by the end of the week and K. what W. we've reached out to the school district about the lawsuit and we're waiting to hear personal response from them about what their thoughts are on this in moving

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Judge Ben Lerner's impact on Philly criminal justice system

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Judge Ben Lerner's impact on Philly criminal justice system

"One years on the bench Philadelphia common pleas judge Benjamin worries about this road but this is part of his record of service in the city okay why W. city hall bureau chief Pat low when Ben Lerner became the city's chief public defender in nineteen seventy five he faced a stacked deck most common pleas judges were former prosecutors when we talk about the problems of mass incarceration and the need for criminal justice reform that was all catching fire back at that time Lerner decided defenders had to get better he expanded recruitment and started a model training and supervision program and the appeals unit brought test cases aimed at making the system fairer learner went into private practice after fifteen years in the job but was lord back to the public service of the bench he ran the calendar for homicide and the direct file program for juveniles being tried as adults we were able to affect those systems so that they were working better and fairer Lerner says he's disappointed he was not able to have a similar impact on criminal justice when he went to work for the Kennedy administration so he returned to the bench it is an unimaginable privileged to be selected to sit in judgment of your fellow citizens and I hope I've been worthy of it at city hall Pat lobe KYW

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Judge Ben Lerner's impact on Philly criminal justice system

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 1 year ago

Judge Ben Lerner's impact on Philly criminal justice system

"Philadelphia common pleas judge Benjamin Lerner retired at the end of twenty nineteen they want to you city hall bureau chief Pat lobe reports is impact on the criminal justice system extends beyond his twenty one years on the bench Lerner began his career doing pro bono work including defending the black Panthers after then police commissioner Frank Rizzo rated their headquarters and he spent fifteen years as chief public defender fighting a pro prosecutor tilt in the city's criminal courts in the seventies and eighties with better recruitment and training we got better in the court room we got more professional more persuasive after several years in private practice learner got appointed to common pleas court he didn't like politics but it was the only way to keep the job so after losing one primary he embraced it I developed an appreciation for the public service side of ward politics Lerner was disappointed by his two years in the Kennedy administration as deputy managing director for criminal justice reform was a lot harder to make systemic changes in a very large bureaucracy still learner help lower the prison population that led to the closing of the house of correction which along with his work as judges defender creates a substantial legacy in the city's justice system at city hall Pablo K. Y. W.

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Philadelphia Year In Review: 2019's Biggest Stories

KYW 24 Hour News

03:40 min | 1 year ago

Philadelphia Year In Review: 2019's Biggest Stories

"This this is the KYW newsradio all local year in review the beginning of the year saw Johnny doc and Bobby Heenan get slapped with federal corruption charges I'm Pat lobe the indictments against local ninety eight leader John Dougherty and councilman Bobby Heenan were not unexpected the FBI had raided their offices in twenty sixteen but some of the allegations surprised most notably as prosecutor Jennifer Williams described Dougherty's attempt to halt the installation of an MRI machine at children's hospital because it was being done by non union labor Keenan got involved and tried to use his influence as a city councilman to stop the work he did not resign he didn't even give up his Majority Leader position a decision his colleagues accepted with understand if the driver is an allegation he's legally innocent till proven guilty and should be treated as a the centenar Kenny said he was sad about the indictment he and Dougherty grew up together in Dougherty is a political ally but can he distanced himself from the allegations that doesn't affect involved this administration or myself or anybody who works for me deputy in heat and have pleaded not guilty but their trial is not set to begin until next September keeping the matter unresolved for most of twenty twenty two Bucks county now where two years after four young men were killed on a farm the legal saga came to a close with both murders thrown behind bars in state prison for the rest of their lives I'm Jim my word and oils this criminal saga is over books any DA Matt Weintraub after Sean Kratz was found guilty of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison it all started in July twenty seventeen when the eyes of the nation turn the Bucks county and the search than recovery of the bodies of dean for the care of Tom Mayo mark sturgeon Jimmy Patrick in April twenty eighteen Kratz and his cousin because mode in order were set to plead guilty in order went through with his **** Kratz backed out of a fifty nine hundred eighteen year prison sentence then in November Kratz hung his head as the jury announced their verdict key to the prosecution Kratz held the gun for hours before the killings he could have saved him and he chose to think only of himself and cross was found guilty of only one murder the DA's office was essentially forced to withdraw the death penalty but Weintraub says in the long run that might be better he will not be a political martyr for the death penalty argument he will not become a political football you will not become a cause celeb will go down in history as an afterthought they will die in prison it has been nearly four decades since he was convicted of murdering Philadelphia police officer Danny Faulkner but Mumia Abu Jamal continues his quest for freedom this year decisions made by the district attorney prompted protests I'm Kristin Johannsen the district attorney decided not to oppose a lower court's decision to allow mobile bu Jamal's appeal to move forward a common pleas court judge said Abou Jamal should be given the opportunity to re argue his appeal in front of the state Supreme Court because of previously missing documents it'd involvement of a former city DA turned state Supreme Court justice who ruled out of Jamal's appeal the D. A.'s decision infuriated Danny Faulkner's widow Maureen and the FOB president John the Nez be who then staged a protest outside the DA's office bell does in virtually every sense Maureen filed a petition with the state's highest court asking cries there be removed from the case because of the direct conflict that his wife Lisa Ralph had when she was a partner at law firm and they defended Mumia Abul Jamal Jody died who sits in the district attorney's office was involved with the internet and with their friends and family of Mumia Abul Jamal the DA refuted each of the claims in his own filing the state's Attorney General wrote a brief supporting Fockers right to be heard by the High Court and now the decision is in their

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McDonald's fires CEO for "consensual relationship" with employee

KYW 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

McDonald's fires CEO for "consensual relationship" with employee

"There's a new boss at McDonald's today after CEO Steve Easterbrook was fired for having a consensual relationship with an employee that is against policy of the golden arches in a statement Easterbrook says it was a mistake in given the values of the company I agree with the board it's time for me to move on they would only legal correspondent Amy Feldman says in the workplace even consensual relationships draw extra scrutiny there is no law or crime or civil action that says to people genuinely like and want to date each other can't do that but first of all McDonald's has said it violates their policy so there certainly consequences and beyond that in this era it's not the court of common pleas but the court of public opinion that's far more powerful Easterbrook it's

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On your phone at KYW newsradio to your favorite good morning everybody thanks for checking in nineteen and I'm Carol mackenzie to McLaughlin at the editor's desk three things to know at five forty five a lawsuit in Philadelphia common pleas court contends there are some three hundred fifty former boy scout leaders who abused a young boys there have been similar suits filed in various venues across America have a for college student has admitted he used the only financial aid form back in twenty sixteen been unsuccessful attempt to obtain president trump's thanks return what is the compass is expected in court next month a number three the president will travel to Dayton el Paso in the wake of the weekend mass shootings that claimed thirty one lives over the weekend protests are expected in both cities some contend the president's anti immigrant statements have made things worse five forty six on newsradio gun control legislation is back on the front burner in Congress at least for someone that would include the senator from Pennsylvania we hear from a white abused like that art of senator Pat Toomey after the sandy hook shootings cosponsored a bill toughening background checks for gun sales it failed in the Senate but to me says after the recent mass shootings the environment for gun legislation may have changed at a news conference at his Philadelphia office to be pushed for three new laws red flag laws that would allow authorities to prevent people deem dangerous because of mental illness or another crisis from owning guns why and try laws calling on federal authorities to alert states when people lie on their gun background check form and the expanded background check bill that Republican to me co authored with West Virginia Democrat Joe mansion in two thousand thirteen there is no single bill that is going to prevent all such mass shootings that doesn't mean we shouldn't do all we can to prevent those that with to me said he spoke with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and to me said of bipartisan gun control legislation that the president would sign could be crafted he didn't believe that McConnell would stand in the way Mike denardo KYW newsradio it is life for the man who beat and strangled the one time model in our home last year we get the story from K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim our Jonathan Harris was in and out of jail since two thousand four he got out of prison on July twenty eighteen just over one month before you beaten strangled thirty six year old Christina craft in her condo near suburban square crops fiance Alex chicken telly says he believes the murder shows the need for reform of the prison and parole system this individual should never have been let out of jail unsupervised he should have had a ankle bracelet he should be monitored to make sure the simulated back in society craft Matt Harrison center city around three AM on August twenty second last year they ended up back at her condo where Harris beat her then strangled her he told police it was a drug deal gone bad chicken telly says it wasn't enough for Harris to murder his fiance he says he also slandered her by claiming drugs were involved he strangled her sounds are forever the notion of a drug deal gone wrong absolutely ludicrous some sense the mandatory life in prison for the first degree murder conviction Montgomery County judge William carpenter added twenty two and a half to forty five years for kidnapping and strangling he says is a message for any future governors are pardons boards you might think of letting them out in our son Jim a word K. whenever you're newsradio five forty nine it was national night out last night the national anti crime efforts got its start around here Hey why W's just the middle attended one community event in South Philadelphia the goal of national night out is the better relationships between law enforcement and the communities bartending in national night out of been in South Philadelphia mayor Jim Kenney highlighted the recent law enforcement social media scandal the winter Philadelphia's police force as one of the many reasons the event is needed specially in some of the unfortunate stuff we went through with Facebook that that's important that we re ignite and re reconnect with our with our police officer Dave Marcelino with the highway patrol says events like this are priceless when it comes to interacting with the people they serve try to stay positive good interaction should now kids are having fun and check out the motorcycles are my smile got a good night for Darby the free snacks games music and a chance to see a police helicopter action were cold but she likes the event for something more everyone can get from your neighbor okay closer together just a note okay what W. newsradio further nature can sometimes get angry just Haskell lady in Florida wards as the bolt of lightning destroyed the septic tank of our port Charlotte home because the commode to shatter into hundreds of pieces a plumber telling her the lightning set off a chain of events that culminated in the methane gas in the septic system causing a massive blasts that ripped through the pipes ward says the good thing was no one was doing their business when the lighting and there were no injuries Jim shell of.

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"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Now again, refresh people's memories of their dot quite clear on what the Pete Rose case was all about nineteen Eighty-nine Pete Rose, was accused of betting on baseball and betting on the reds. And. He was supposed to have a hearing in front of the then Commissioner. And while the suit and Common Pleas court saying that. Prejudiced against them, and couldn't be fair. And I heard the case. That could not be fair and the needed to disqualify himself. And, and find a fair arbiter to decide whether or not Pete had on whether or not. The final disposition obviously is Pete later admitted that he did bet on baseball. That is correct. Baseball and still is correct. Then somehow the case federal court and p. Federal court. Do you think that he really had any other choice? Well, not when you're in federal court. No, apparently didn't you know, you're unlimited money when you fight baseball. Especially in Federal Way. I mean do you have any doubt that Pete bet on the reds or bet on baseball? Well, I'll tell you the question of whether it could be proven at the time. Because they had that big report. And was say. And. Questionable, whether it could be proven. Well, we have a lot of documentation since that time. Pitas. But he did that on baseball. Yeah. I understand Charlie hustles got a new book coming out. Got a new book coming out cold play Hungary, and I've read excerpts from it. Good. Well, you know what? There's really and people will tell you this to a person when it comes to baseball and talking about baseball. There are very, very few so-called experts that know more about that game than Pete Rose. He is without a doubt. All experts on baseball. I've heard him speak. Speaks knows what he's talking about, and he has to offer still in baseball. I've met him a couple of times interviewed him once and the man's knowledge about the game is just unsurpassed. Totally agree with you. Do you think that one day Pete will have a chance to be enshrined in the baseball hall of? He should be baseball will give in or not. I don't know. But I mean, I would think enough is enough. He needs to be let in baseball. He still has a lot. His talent and. He needs baseball, and I think he should be admitted. We'll give it or not. But who knows many people say, just the opposite? There's, there's no way that you can allow Pete Rose into a clubhouse or under the field because of him breaking the number one cardinal rule. Yes. But if you know, it's been a long time. And there comes a time when as I say enough is enough and, and actually they did a the Wall Street Journal. Very nice of book review on. They were very complimentary and the Wall Street Journal said. I tend to agree with the Wall Street Journal. Judge? How are you doing these days? Good enjoying being recorder. And I'm doing very good. And I get a chance to talk to people like you and I enjoy it. How often do you get a chance to talk to Pete if ever? I haven't seen Pete in two thousand sixteen. That a. Worse than we had a nice conversation. And when he when he spoke referred to me in his speech. Some questions and it was just great seeing him. And he was pretty well. I mean he knew what was going on. So, yeah. I think he's very lucid at this point. He is very very very. Watch what I was doing. And I was running for county recorder that he knew that impressed that he knew that the judge NATO. Thank you for taking time. And, and I found very lucid myself. Great listeners, Hamilton, recorder, former judge Norbert Natal thirty years ago, he made the ruling in the Pete Rose case did wind up going to federal court, and there you have it. We'll take a quick break and come back, guess who's getting into the TV business? No Oprah's already in the TV business somebody's getting the TV business because apparently, somebody still thinks she has viable value. As a producer performer, whatever we'll talk about it next on the nightcap on seven hundred w.

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Philadelphia district attorney wants new trial for rapper Meek Mill

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Philadelphia district attorney wants new trial for rapper Meek Mill

"The Philadelphia district attorney urging Pennsylvania's superior court to retry. The case against rapper meek mill the city's top prosecutor has maintained that he will not fight the defenses push for a new trial for the thirty two year old after a common. Pleas judge put them in jail back in twenty seventeen. The recent legal battle sparked following the rappers several violations of probation. He was released in April after serving nearly six months behind

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"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eleven AM at the same church. Carmel Christian in term, it's gonna follow Pierce township cemetery for family and very close friends, and I never met detective Bill brewer. But I kind of knew that guy because I've known so many good cops for so many years. I kind of knew that guy and I had met officer Jared Lee clerk clerk creek township who was killed in a traffic accident when a career criminal went left to center and destroyed that car and destroy the life of a husband and a father to two little kids are officer gale woods who played golf with friends. A mine clover nook, and he was simply at work on a cold rainy night, and he was picking up debris and Coleraine avenue and was killed. And it's just sad. I don't know. I think could I do that job. Could you be a coroner like Dr Seuss Marco? And actually cut off the close take the photographs do what's necessary during an autopsy I've been to two of them and they're awful. I could not imagine doing that for living. But for people like her, it would be so much more difficult for these circumstances. But these are extremely sad times in Clermont county. And I'm sure that Wade Edward win will be given all the requirements of due process for the next twenty to thirty years. Most of us will be dead and gone if he's ever executed, which will take forever and the issue of his insanity will be a tennis ball going back and forth between the Common Pleas court. The twelfth district court of appeals. The supreme court than a federal district court, and then the sixth circuit US court of appeals than of the United States Supreme court and then back to the trial court and back to the twelfth district court of appeals then back to the supreme court then back to federal court and go on and on and on I often think because we have an ineffective death penalty. Because you can't execute anybody any more than it might be wiser just to have prison without possibility of parole and bread and water or whatever it is and one hour day, you get out, and that's it your body rots in jail cell for the next sixty to seventy years, and that's what Wade Edward win. Demands misconduct is earned him. And I know the arguments about insanity, but all kinds of insane people do not kill anybody and all kinds of mentally ill. People do not lower cops to their death and execute them through walls that doesn't happen. Doesn't happen. Mental Enos about twenty percent of a suffer from some form of mental illness. And the great majority of those that have mental challenges do not kill people, and they do not kill cops just not in their DNA..

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Sixteen count public corruption. Indictment was unsealed naming local union boss. John Docherty and others Docherty has made his first quarter appearance on Friday and a third at Chester county developer files, a lawsuit against the no go over the controversial narrator east pipeline project with that as KYW's Kim Glovas. State Senator Andy demand says attorneys for the Hank and group filed a lawsuit in county Common Pleas court asking Sonoko, delete four of its properties. Where construction is underway Franken, which is one of the most responsible developers and Chester county at an eighteen months negotiated settlement would Sonoko the eighteen months is up and Sonoko has to get its materials off of the property loss. It also calls for Sonoko to restore the properties to what they looked like in the beginning. The properties are four apartment complex is located across the county. Cinnamon says this is a significant action in the timeline of the project the business community along with our schools along with various units of government. And so many of our residents have now all come together and said you've been a bad name. If you want this project done do it, right? Do it safely. Mariner east has been plagued by problems from the beginning, including crews striking aquifer sinkholes opening up on homeowners properties and water contamination. Sonoko says it does not comment on pending litigation Kim, Glovas KYW NewsRadio. It's an overtime weekend for thousands of law enforcement officers from local and federal agencies. They're tightening security for Sunday Super Bowl, whether it's Atlanta police on horseback. Security at the entrance of Super Bowl events or federal agents with weapons strapped to their chest. It's visible security is tight these fans. Say felt secure the moment they got downtown. Yes. Yes, they're very secure. Matter of fact, I saw some helicopters fine up your earliest, so yes security.

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Indictment was unsealed naming local union boss. John Docherty and others. Docherty has made his first appearance on Friday and a third at Chester county developer files, a lawsuit against the no go over the controversial mariner east pipeline project with that as KYW's Kim Glovas. State Senator Andy Denham says attorneys for the Hank and group filed a lawsuit in county Common Pleas court asking Sonoko to leave four of its properties. Where construction is underway Franken, which is one of the most responsible developers and Jessica county at an eighteen months negotiated settlement would Sonoko the eighteen months is up and Sonoko has to get its materials off of the property loss. It also calls for Sonoko to restore the properties to what they looked like in the beginning. The properties are four apartment complexes located across the county. Cinnamon says this is a significant action in the timeline of the project the business community along with our schools along with various units of government. And so many of our residents have now all come together and said you've been a bad name. If you want this project done do it, right? Do it safely. Mariner east has been plagued by problems from the beginning, including crews striking aquifer sinkholes opening up on homeowners properties and water contamination. Sonoko says it does not comment on pending litigation Kim, Glovas KYW NewsRadio. It's an overtime weekend for thousands of law enforcement officers from local and federal agencies. They're tightening security for Sunday's Super Bowl. Whether it's Atlanta police on horseback. Security at the entrance of Super Bowl events or federal agents with weapons strapped to their chest. It's visible security is tight these fans say they felt secure the moment they got downtown. Yes. They're very secure matter of fact, I saw some helicopters fine up your early. So. Yes security is Atlanta's.

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Public corruption. Indictment was unsealed naming local union boss. John Docherty and others Docherty has made his first quarter appearance on Friday and a third at Chester county developer files, a lawsuit against the no go over the controversial Meridor east pipeline project with that. It's KYW's Kim Glovas. State Senator Andy demand says attorneys for the Hank and group filed a lawsuit in county Common Pleas court asking Sonoko to leave four of its properties. Where construction is underway Rankin, which is one of the most responsible developers and Chester county at an eighteen months negotiated settlement would Noko the eighteen months is up and Sonoko has to get its materials off of the property loss. It also calls for Sonoko to restore the properties to what they looked like in the beginning. The properties are for apartment complex is located across the county. Cinnamon says this is a significant action in the timeline of the project the business community along with our schools along with various units of government. And so many of our residents have now all come together and said you've been a bad name. If you want this project done do it, right? Do it safely. Mariner east has been plagued by problems from the beginning, including crews striking aquifer sinkholes opening up on homeowners properties and water contamination. Sonoko says it does not comment on pending litigation Kim, Glovas KYW NewsRadio. It's an overtime weekend for thousands of law enforcement officers from local and federal agencies tightening security for Sunday's Super Bowl. Whether it's Atlanta police on horseback. Security at the entrance of Super Bowl events or federal agents with weapons strapped to their chest. It's visible security is tight these fans. Say they felt secure the moment they got downtown,.

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"common pleas" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"In its recently released annual report on murder journalists CPJ found at least fifty three journalists were killed on the job this year thirty four in reprisal for their work almost doubling the number of targeted merge. Tres against journalists in two thousand seventeen and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot or the Warren peace report, I make Goodman, we begin today's show with an update on a major development that could be the path to freedom for former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal, the award winning journalist who was convicted of the nineteen Eighty-one murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner, but has always maintained his innocence on Thursday, Philadelphia common. Pleas court judge ruled Moumia Jamal can reorganize his appeal in the case before the Pennsylvania supreme court because then chief Justice Ronald Casteel fail to excuse himself from the case due to his prior role as Philadelphia district attorney when Abboud Jamal was appealing his case. Jamal's lawyers argued that statements Casteel made about people accused of killing police officers indicated he should've req-. Himself. They cited campaign speeches and letters. He wrote that called for the death penalty in such cases, a boo demoss spent nearly three decades on death row before his sentence in the shooting death officer Daniel Faulkner was thrown out over flawed jury instructions prosecutors then agreed in two thousand eleven to a sentence of life without parole. Judge Tucker's decision on Thursday with split because he denied a boo Jamal claim that Casteel had quote, personal significant involvement in the case while he was in the district attorney's office for more we join we're joined here in New York by Johanna Fernandez, professor.

"common pleas" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"In its recently released annual report on murder journalists CPJ found at least fifty three journalists were killed on the job this year thirty four in reprisal for their work almost doubling the number of targeted merge. Tres against journalists in two thousand seventeen and those are some of the headlines, this is democracy. Now democracy now dot or the Warren peace report, I make Goodman, we begin today's show with an update on a major development that could be the path to freedom for former Black Panther Mumia Abu-Jamal, the award winning journalist who was convicted of the nineteen Eighty-one murder of Philadelphia police officer Daniel Faulkner, but has always maintained his innocence on Thursday, Philadelphia common. Pleas court judge ruled Moumia Jamal can reorganize his appeal in the case before the Pennsylvania supreme court because then chief Justice Ronald Casteel fail to excuse himself from the case due to his prior role as Philadelphia district attorney when Abboud Jamal was appealing his case. Jamal's lawyers argued that statements Casteel made about people accused of killing police officers indicated he should've req-. Himself. They cited campaign speeches and letters. He wrote that called for the death penalty in such cases, a boo demoss spent nearly three decades on death row before his sentence in the shooting death officer Daniel Faulkner was thrown out over flawed jury instructions prosecutors then agreed in two thousand eleven to a sentence of life without parole. Judge Tucker's decision on Thursday with split because he denied a boo Jamal claim that Casteel had quote, personal significant involvement in the case while he was in the district attorney's office for more we join we're joined here in New York by Johanna Fernandez, professor.

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Former Pennsylvania attorney general may soon begin jail sentence

24 Hour News

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Former Pennsylvania attorney general may soon begin jail sentence

"Saying former Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen canes bail should be revoked and she should go straight to jail. Joining us live be suburban bureau chief Jim our good afternoon. Michelle that motion has just been filed. Prosecutors argue now that the Pennsylvania supreme courts declined to hear Kathleen canes appeal. She's no longer eligible for bail. Cain was sentenced to ten to twenty three months in county prison in October two thousand sixteen here. Mike Emery county, but she's been free on bail, pending her appeal now, the balls in the court of her trial, judge Montgomery County common. Pleas court judge Wendy Detrick alloy as to whether the bales immediately revoked and came should report the prison or county jail. Or if a report date will be set. Cain had requested the Pennsylvania supreme court here. Her appeal in may after the state superior court upheld her twenty sixteen conviction on perjury and obstruction for leaking privileged. Grand jury information. And lying under oath to try to cover it up yesterday. The supreme court announced they would not take on that appeal. So again, this this motion just filed the Montgomery County DA's office asking that Kathleen canes bail immediately

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"common pleas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Continue. Madison township man pleaded guilty October twenty second to severely abusing his infant twin children thirty eight year old Chad Homerton pleaded guilty in front of Lake County Common Pleas court to to council second degree felony child. Endangering spins forty seven day old son was taking the rainbow babies and children's hospital in Cleveland where the infant was found to have brain trauma as well as fractures to his extremities detectors would learn that the infant has a twin sister, and she also had similar injuries of sentencing hearing is set for November twenty nine Paynesville school superintendent, Josh Englehart said in the statement released October twenty second that the entire Paynesville community must be strong and United as we seek healing in send our hearts out to the impacted families that comes in response to sixteen year old Harvey highschool student yori Tim being shot and killed in the city October nineteenth according to police the shooting occurred around nine thirty pm in the five hundred block of mineralogy new Paynesville police are still investigating the shooting with assistance from the Ohio bureau of criminal investigation. These like police and fire departments recovered. The body of a sixty six year old Willoughby, man. October twenty first personnel were dispatched to thirty five nine forty three lakeshore boulevard at around seven pm for report of a body in the water a water rescue team recovered the body from channel in the chagrin river at the chagrin river, yacht club police identified. Demand has William Bailey. There is no suspicion of wrongdoing. At this time on Donald end. Today's local news is the community. News partnership with Newsline dot com and integrity radio. And. Carmella frencesco..

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The case of Carlton Heard

Serial

01:57 min | 2 years ago

The case of Carlton Heard

"Plus court fees, which she has to pay because she put guilty. She was convicted. If the state had dropped the charger, she'd gone to trial. In one, these fees would disappear. I showed them to Ross to ask if he could explain the itemize list, fourteen different fees, some with names that suggested deep respect for catchall accounting, reparations county operations court, special projects fund something called ad fee. Russ had no idea what the stuff was. Laughing. Oh, my that's steep is what it is. Anna, who's the court? A total of seven hundred eighty four dollars and fifty cents on top of the five hundred. She paid the bondsman rusted. There's a way he can petition the court to waive the fees Vanna campaign, but she doesn't ask them to. He doesn't offer technically is not her lawyer anymore. List of fees was surprised to Anna to have you seen this before this number? Now? Did you know about all these fees? No. No. I mean, I plan to pay it. I'm just, you know. Do you have a job? No. I just lost my job. So I don't know. Just crazy. Rianne getting hungry, Sarah. She's pregnant. She just found out. She's happy about it hoping for a girl a month later, and it was working at McDonalds, her online account with the court. Meanwhile has turned red indicating that the county clerk has handed over the Bill to the attorney general's office for collection all this for an m for disorderly. Felony. Judge I was talking to for a different story in the series told me he was thinking of giving a defendant serious time what's serious time I asked explained well to someone with common sense, even one day in jail is devastating life changing to someone who's got no common sense. Maybe they do three years. Five years means nothing go right back out, commit more crimes. I knew any men punishment is relative what it takes to teach you a lesson depends on what you're used to, but there was more disturbing implication as well when that prowls this courthouse and throughout our criminal Justice system that we are not like them. The ones we arrest and punish the ones with the stink. They're slightly different species with senses, dulled and toughened. They don't feel pain or sorrow, or joy, or freedom or the loss of freedom. The same way you are. I would this little case for the state of Ohio wasn't little for Anna. In our interview, she couldn't bring herself to watch the bar surveillance video of that night. It was too upsetting. She teared up a couple of times thinking about what a horrible year at had been, and she blamed herself. She'd been stupid to go to a bar like that. She said the people she didn't trust. Anna doesn't have money. She doesn't have a stable job. She's really young, just twenty one. And I didn't feel the stress and outrage and shame of this case less than I would have. I think she felt it more. Before Annas final day in court, when she ended up taking the plea russet had only one interaction with the judge. Regarding Anna's case, he was summoned to her chambers Bakar bailiff who told us that judge Clancy had a question for him. Ross waited around for twenty minutes. Finally, the bail of came out and just related the question out of curiosity, the judge would like to know was the defendant in this case related to a county judge had recently retired. Same last name. Rest whole debate live now no relation. Russell me this almost a year after it happened. What if the answer had been? Yes. And it was related to the retired judge. Oh, said Russ, it would have been dismissed if they've found out she was a judge's knees or related in some way. I don't think she would have been charged. That how it works in Cleveland next time on Syria. Serials produced by Julie Snyder Emmanuel, Joe cheap, Ben Calhoun, and me with additional reporting by easiest goski editing on this episode from IRA glass, Brian Reid, Khanna Joffe walled, Nancy, Updike. Whitney Dangerfield is our digital editor research. In fact, checking by Ben falen sound design and mixed by stone Alson music clearance by Anthony. Roman Seth land is our director of operations. ZipRecruiter ads voiced by Stephanie food. Ciro staff includes Emily Khandan, Julie Whitaker, Cassie, Halley, and Francis Swanson. Our music is by Adam Dorn and how Wilner with additional music from Matt McGinley. Our theme song is by Nick Thorburn and remixed by Adam Dorn special. Thanks to Dana Chavis, rich Auras, Amy Callaghan, Lisa Knoller Bennett. Epstein, Alex Kotla, wits, and Steve bogere who spent a year in the Cook County courthouse in Chicago. He wrote a great book about it called courtroom. Throw to that book is the inspiration for the season. We also wanna thank the judges in staff at the cuyahoga county court of Common Pleas. Also everyone. Over at the county prosecutor's office and at the cuyahoga county public defender's office. Finally, the art on our website was made by melody nukem. She created the mural for this episode and by moth studio, who do the animation, please check it out on our website, serial podcast dot org. That serial podcast dot org were also, of course on Facebook and Twitter support for serial comes from ZipRecruiter. Unlike many job sites, ZipRecruiter doesn't wait for candidates to find you. ZipRecruiter finds them for you, so you get qualified candidates fast, try it free at ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal. That's ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal, cereal production of this American life and WBZ Chicago.

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"On the twos kyw news time one thirty four delaware county is new district attorney was sworn in today replacing jack whelan who was elected common pleas court judge kyw suburban bureau chief jim melwert reports catch catch copeland landed her first job out of temple law and the delaware county da's office i grow up and frankly are in my stripes hearing these corridors and squirrel which were standing here today copeland was born in upper darby but she and her family lived in iran from 1973 to nineteen eighty one year after the revolution she and her brother returned to delaware county while her mother went back to iran to help her father who was being held on charges he was a spy in his partially because of those challenges that i chose the career path that i chose here today to make sure that things that are john in our courtrooms are just to make sure that those who are prosecuted are justly prosecuted copeland those the opioid crisis and cybercrimes especially against children in seniors as her top priorities in media jim melwert kyw newsradio kyw news time one thirty five senate minority leader schumer and president trump met at the white house this afternoon just hours the head of the deadline for a government shutdown of the house passed a measure to continue funding the government through mid february but republican leaders in the senate don't have the sixty votes they need to advancing through their chamber pennsylvania senator bob casey says the government shutdown could be avoided if both parties state of the table until an agreement is reached kyw as kim glovas reports senator casey points the finger squarely at the republicans for a potential government shutdown he says with control of the house senate and presidency it should be easy to keep government going timberlake on any given day their inability to govern is only outstrip either deference to the farright the far right being in his words the freedom caucus casey says the current bill leaves out many issues that are important to pennsylvanians humidity.

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"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Of common pleas judge jackie alan say they careers are the result of integration education was the key and i owed that they're good marshall in germany audited marshall remained on the us supreme court for twenty four years until he retired for health reasons cherri gregg kyw newsradio kyw news time five twenty two time for traffic and transit on the twos who treatment area roadways drying up from the earlier ramos hit in schuylkill expressway from king of prussia center city looking good that earlier accident eastbound the girard avenue now gone and offered the vine expressway it's good to go to no overnight construction there is a problem though those of you east on the vine expressway that six seventy six exiting at the broad sri exit ramp top of the ramp which that traffic light is actually 15th street there's a broken down tractortrailer blocking the left lane at the top aides ver apparently got blown out a clutch so it's going to be there for a while starting to slow up as you go by jd cautioned the sworn of people nine of before you beyond that looks all right head in salvan 95 from the northeast good into center city and off at the vine expressway from that side of town we're looking all right this more recap a problem for those of you making the trip into a delaware this morning southbound ninety five just outside of newark delaware there's a two tractor trailer accident blocking the two right lanes is just approaching exit number one eight ninety six of those heading that way you're in for a delay we'll keep you posted beyond that were looking great of you've everything else a new jersey looks fine 42 freeway north an up and across delaware river bridges we're clear for now mass transit no reported delays from the trumark financial credit.

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"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Murder but he goes to the presiding judge of hammani county common pleas court the guy's name is john skip west he's an african american judge you left the bench about a year ago and skip west who spent about thirty years on the bench and he said is skip west whose black skip you take control of the grand jury present the facts and see what they have to say so abe african american judge presented it to the grand jury the grand jury themselves zero people just like you sixteen of them and you have to have twelve of the sixteen vote said okay we're going to charge him with murder involuntary manslaughter and so joe set joanna option that point joke could have said you know what one of the rules of life is that a prosecutor can only prosecutor case if he firmly believes in it joke could have set out on believing that i'm going to convene another grand jury he or you could have brought his own charge called a new information without an indictment but joe said okay i thought it was murder i believe it's murder the grand jury says it's murder i'm going with murder and so for the last two years have much flak i have go ahead along with murder charge the convicts well if that's the case a somewhat liberal black judge would have to be part of the conspiracy and i don't think that's the key hit it is not the case it's not true it is simple krisztina hamlets flack do you think joe gets on this the last two years from cops from people like me from normal people how much flak is he getting every winter no so what why if joe didn't have principle from his viewpoint what are you would have done it said look we're going to charge him with negligent homicide which is a misdemeanor one he likely would have been convicted of a misdemeanor this case would have.

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"common pleas" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on WTVN

"News radio search term wgbf i'm charles branch at a time for healing that's what the president of the ohio fraternal order of police hopes to see after the mistrial return saying in cincinnati ohio fop president j mcdonald says now is the time to put the ray tenzing and samuel dubos ordeal behind move on we're hoping that the prosecutor will take a cue from the first you trouser not go pirker truck mcdonald's says it's time to come together and try to heal the community he says that means mr dubos his family mr tenzing's family and include law enforcement jarrett alley newsradio 610 wta tv and a 17yearold borchert serrano high school shooting that wounded two students pleads not guilty by reason of insanity gyulai cernan charged with attempted murder felonious assault and other offenses and the january twenty of shooting west liberty salem high school his attorney guinard sureness play through motions this week in champaign county common pleas court authorities alleged cerna fired a shotgun requiest mater a school bathroom critically wounding him and then fired a classrooms another student was slightly injured the judge's order to competency hearing his case was transferred from juvenile court to adult court journalist attorneys asked that it be transferred back to cuba the court a technical surgeries released from a hospital hours after an airforce thunderbirds f sixteen fighter jet left the runway and flipped over after landing during preparation for the veteran dayton airshow then daily news.

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"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"common pleas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Charges in the butler county common pleas according to a fight exposed himself at a church in hamilton let me ask you this should rick pitino be suspended for indirectly providing hookers stewards players rick patino at the university of louisville had had any sense of how to do the right thing rick pitino would no longer be there had basketball coach and all is negatively that's in this town sucks but that's the same school that went ahead and brought back body between oh they've kept rick pitino they've made it abundantly clear that doing the right thing is not a priority now wait a minute when i was hi recruited by colleges i had dates with college coed showing me around did yes graduations koa showing you around or hookers servicing you the first part and not the second part and fired a certain point of the time i would've commit here and i just i i wanna know on what world that's okay where you have underage potentially underage recruits being provided prostitutes well patino says i don't know not have nothing which is a part of me the believes i believe that but i but negligence is not excusable if you neglect your kid we throw you in jail if you neglect responsibilities at your job you get fired negligence is not an excuse it's the basketball torn he is the basketball coach the buck stops with the person in charge of the basketball dorm who was ultimately the basketball coach now what about taken away the national title because the players were service by hawkers what relationship does one after the other i think the vacation of titles and winds which has happened the number to college sports they want the championship we know they want the horror on the court you're not going to take the memory away those games happened i think the vacation of titles as stupid but unfortunately what happens now is is at louisville did a cell both imposed postseason ban two years ago so players who entered the program after this happened they get punished rick pitino will miss five games hill still make his hefty salary pill stoked i'm sure he's given still get the bonus money that got for appear.

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