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Boston - 3 Saugus Police Officers Stabbed, Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder

Jay Talking

02:13 min | 2 hrs ago

Boston - 3 Saugus Police Officers Stabbed, Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder

"To be okay. Three Saugus police officer stabbed after they tried to check out a report of a stolen U haul. There's W. B. C. TV's Michael across. Prosecutors say that that U haul on Route one here in Saugus called police to report one of its fans stolen because it was never never returned. returned. Police Police say say that that van van was was at at this this home home here here on on Tuttle Tuttle Street, Street, and and when when they they tried tried to to question question the the man man inside, inside, they they say say they they were were attacked. attacked. We're in a hospital gown in a mask, 43 year old CV So Song is arranging Lindus record on multiple charges, including attempted murder during the interview of the defendant's responded To a judge orders him to undergo an evaluation at Bridgewater State Hospital. I know he's had some confrontations with some of the neighbors. So Song is accused of stabbing three Saugus police officers at his Tuttle Street home Thursday morning. I felt bad for the situation. He was a young guy. You know he could have his life could be a very different way And I just felt that farm Saugus police say the officers were trying to question so song about an UN returned U Haul truck that was reported stolen so sorry. I had an edge weapon, a knife assaulted. The officers aren't seen. Three of the offices were step suffered Lacerations from the weapon. All the officers are expected to be okay. Assistants. August police Chief Ron George Eddie says incidents like this hit close to home for his officers. They're just beginning to comprehend what occurred. Neighbours watched on as state and local police spent the day processing the U haul, and the suspect's home is very and normal and very unusual in this type of neighborhood. Very quiet, a DEA Are very nice people around leaving so I was, you know, I wasn't expecting this. Three of the four officers who were taken to the hospital have been released Me while so song is due back in court on August 25th unless doctors extend his evaluation and Bridgewater State Hospital, no

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New York Judge Nixes President Trump's Bid to Delay Lawsuit from Woman Alleging Rape

AP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 6 hrs ago

New York Judge Nixes President Trump's Bid to Delay Lawsuit from Woman Alleging Rape

"Trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape. A New York judge has ruled against President Donald Trump in his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape, pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from a criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney Judge Virna Saunders said the same principle applies to Fiji in Carol's defamation lawsuit, Carol says Trump slurred her in denying her claim that he raped her in the 19 nineties. Trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters. I'm Mike

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SJC: Police will need warrants for remote surveillance

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:35 sec | 7 hrs ago

SJC: Police will need warrants for remote surveillance

"Ruling that criminal investigators have to get a warrant if they want to use hidden cameras for prolong surveillance. For years, investigators have placed hidden cameras on utility poles without having to get a warrant in order to gather evidence. With the state Supreme Court says From now on, I've got to get a warrant. The ruling comes in the case of a drug investigation that resulted in a number of indictments, based in part on evidence gathered by scammers targeting a couple homes of suspects. Court writes that the practice of the hidden cameras raises the specter of a nor William State. And if the home is a castle, a home that is subject to continuous targeted surveillance is a castle under siege. Eight New

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Pence knocks chief justice as a "disappointment to conservatives"

Politics and Public Policy Today

00:20 sec | 8 hrs ago

Pence knocks chief justice as a "disappointment to conservatives"

"Network CBN Vice President Mike Pence, taking aim at the chief justice of the United States. John Roberts, appointed by the way by President George W. Bush, back in 2000. And five vice president Pence, pointing out a number of cases in which the chief justice sided with the court's liberal appointees in a number of majority decisions, hears that exchange with CBN's David

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Former Saudi Official Accuses the Crown Prince of Trying to Kill Him

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:21 sec | 10 hrs ago

Former Saudi Official Accuses the Crown Prince of Trying to Kill Him

"Former Saudi official who has worked closely with US intelligence agencies has sued the Crown Prince. Charging him with an orchestrated conspiracy to assassinate him. The suit filed in federal court in Washington, D. C. He says that a team was sent to Canada to kill him. Just days after journalists Jamal Cash O G was

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Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 10 hrs ago

Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a New York judge allows a defamation lawsuit against the president to continue judge verna Saunders is allowing a defamation lawsuit brought against president Donald Trump to proceed Saunders ruled the presidency doesn't shield truck from the case brought by former elle magazine advice columnist E. Jean Carroll who accuses trump of rape the judge pointed to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling allowing Manhattan district attorney Cyrus R. Vance junior to subpoena trump's tax records for a state grand jury investigation Carroll who seeking trump's DNA as potential evidence says trump slurred her in denying her claim that he raped her in the nineteen nineties hi Mike Rossio

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Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 hrs ago

Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a judge denies president trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape a New York judge has ruled against president Donald Trump and his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from the criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney judge verna Saunders said the same principle applies to E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit Carol says trump slurred her in denying her claims that he raped her in the nineteen nineties trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters hi Mike Rossi up

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Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 10 hrs ago

Judge nixes Trump bid to delay suit from woman alleging rape

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting a judge denies president trump's bid to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman alleging rape a New York judge has ruled against president Donald Trump and his attempt to delay a lawsuit brought by a woman who accused him of rape pointing to a recent U. S. Supreme Court ruling that the president isn't immune from the criminal investigation by the Manhattan district attorney judge verna Saunders said the same principle applies to E. Jean Carroll's defamation lawsuit Carol says trump slurred her in denying her claims that he raped her in the nineteen nineties trump attorney Marc Kasowitz argues the Supreme Court ruling was limited to the criminal context and did not extend to civil matters hi Mike Rossi up

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Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 13 hrs ago

Washington DC private school parents wonder if Montgomery's school battle will affect their reopening plans

"Question. Who's got the power to order blanket closures of schools? Maryland's health secretary is backing his boss on this one, saying local health officers can't make that decision. It is the latest saga stemming from Montgomery County, which tried to close all private schools before the governor said they can't the memo from Maryland Health Secretary Robert Neill states that quote it is the health policy of the state of Maryland that non public schools not be closed in a blanket manner. Instead, the memo says, local health officers Should consider closures on a case by case or school by school basis. The memo comes the morning after Montgomery County Health Officer Dr Travis Gail's reasserted his decision ordering the closure of private schools until October 1st. His initial decision kicked off a legal battle with private schools and parents suing gales and other county officials. A hearing in federal court is set

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Judge Grants Restraining Order Against New Braunfels, Texas Testing Center Site

Sean Hannity

00:25 sec | 14 hrs ago

Judge Grants Restraining Order Against New Braunfels, Texas Testing Center Site

"Under fire for conducting fraudulent Corona virus Test A federal judge today issued a restraining order against the living health Holistic healing Center and its owner, Leslie Tatum. That means they cannot duty testing until an investigation is finished. According to court papers obtained by 1200 W away I, the business was offering an antibody test kit for $85. But that test is not authorized by the FDA. And there was a

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Moratorium on Serving Warrants for Evictions Extended in New York

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:44 sec | 15 hrs ago

Moratorium on Serving Warrants for Evictions Extended in New York

"Evictions in New York For another 30 days, Governor Cuomo signed an executive order extending the eviction moratorium until September 4th. Mayor De Blasio is praising the move. De Blasio is also pushing the states come up with a rent payment plan so that renters can play in installments through next year. I'm going to say again. And these next weeks, you're going to hear a lot for me. Calling upon our state government to create a new system to allow. Those who simply cannot pay for laugh haven't come to be able to have a payment plan model. I will take him into next year. Allow them to pay off the rent overtime when they finally have resource is Close executive order is being reviewed by the Office of Court Administration. But for now, the eviction pause remains in place.

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Atlanta - Democrats Sue Georgia Counties Over Long Lines At The Polls

WBZ Midday News

00:30 sec | 15 hrs ago

Atlanta - Democrats Sue Georgia Counties Over Long Lines At The Polls

"Is being sued over long voting line, The lawsuit contends. Georgia has some of the longest wait times in the country during the state's primary election. In June, Some voters in Atlanta waited hours to cast a ballot suit filed by Democrats and three Atlanta area voters. Ask the judge to require more polling places, better trained poll workers and emergency paper ballots to avoid a repeat in the general election in November. State elections officials were already planning TTO add voting location. Is and poll workers, But the lawsuit says the problems run so deep, they'll require court intervention to fix Bill Kayak

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Pence knocks chief justice as a "disappointment to conservatives"

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 15 hrs ago

Pence knocks chief justice as a "disappointment to conservatives"

"In the past, we have heard President Trump criticized judges whose rulings he doesn't like. Well now Vice President Mike Pence is taking aim at the most senior justice in the country of great respect for the institution of the Supreme Court of the United States. Chief Justice John Roberts has been a disappointment to conservatives. Well, that came during an interview with CBN news with the vice president, referring to specific cases, including Robert Swing vote that upheld the Affordable Care Act. And his vote against a Louisiana law that would have severely limited a woman's ability to have an abortion. So far. No response from Robert's In 2018 the chief justice fired back at the president, who called a judge who ruled against the president's asylum policy and Obama judge

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New York DA Got Trump Financial Records After Deutsche Bank Subpoena

NPR News Now

01:02 min | 18 hrs ago

New York DA Got Trump Financial Records After Deutsche Bank Subpoena

"Court filing suggest abroad criminal probe of president. Trump's business organization is now underway is NPR's Brian. Man tells us a prosecutor in New York reportedly gained access to more of president trump's financial records. Cyrus. Vance. Is District Attorney in Manhattan and according to The New York Times. He subpoenaed Deutsche. Bank last year for trump's financial records sources told The Times the bank complied Vance has also been fighting to get trump's tax records in court filings this. Week Vance's office also signalled a wider investigation into what prosecutors call public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the trump organization. Vance's a Democrat and trump has called his investigation a continuation of the witch hunt by the president's political enemies. Last year trump was forced to disband his charity in New York. After the State Attorney General found, he broke the law by misusing donations for personal and political gain. Brian Man NPR news this is NPR.

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Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

Herman Cain

00:32 sec | 18 hrs ago

Democrats Sue Georgia Election Officials Over Long Lines During Primary Election, As People In Metro Atlanta Waited Hours To Vote

"Georgia Georgia being being sued sued over over those those long long lines. lines. Some Some people people in in metro metro Atlanta Atlanta waited waited hours hours to to cast cast a ballot in the primary and the federal lawsuit ask the courts to step in to avoid a repeat in the general election, it says. Georgia voters say some of the longest lines in the country to voters in Fulton County and another in Kabul, bringing the legal action along with Georgia Democrats, They're calling for more polling places. Better trained poll workers and Urgency. Paper ballots. Georgie Elections officials have already announced plans to add voting locations and poll workers, but the lawsuit claims the problems cannot be fixed. Unless a court it's involved. Bill Koto

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Guard Charged with Trying to Smuggle Meth-Filled Burrito into Colorado Prison

Stryker and Klein

00:23 sec | 20 hrs ago

Guard Charged with Trying to Smuggle Meth-Filled Burrito into Colorado Prison

"Turned out to men in trouble with the law accused of trying to smuggle a drug filled burrito into a Colorado prison. When investigators looked in his lunch box. Last week, they found a plastic bag sticking out of a burrito inside the burrito, where 91 grams of meth 26 grams of heroin As well as other drugs and six small thumb drives. He's now due in court in county

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Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:55 sec | 22 hrs ago

Seattle crowd-control restraining order extended

"A federal judge has extended an order that allows Seattle police to use chemical weapons for crowd control and get the update from comas. Corwin hey, Judge James Robart is temporary restraining order stops a City hall ban on police use of so called non lethal crowd control measures, including tear gas. In other words, police are free to use those measures while robots restraining order is in effect. Back. In June, the City Council passed a ban on these measures in response to public outcry to have the right to protest and not feel threatened by those charged with your safety. Any chemical weapon makes me feel a lot safer. But the Seattle Times reports the U. S. Department of Justice asked the federal court to prevent Seattle police from implementing the ban. The DOJ argued the band could conflict with the 2012 federal consent decree governing Seattle police bias and excessive use of force. The extended restraining order is in place until June

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LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

Cyber Work

05:38 min | 4 d ago

LGBTQ+ representation in cybersecurity

"You tell me some some some juicy bits from your autobiography? What kind of stuff? Are we going to cover here. Let's let's you know. Let's let's for a little bit not too much but just a little bit for the readers. I'd have to be careful because I gotta take care of my boy Jim minutes. Oliver Wiley Okay Yeah so great guy by the way. Cool cat. So. Widely doesn't publish autobiographies. So technically I checked call it that it is a non fictional narrative. I am. Real territory between more autobiography whatever exactly. Exactly. But so yeah, it's it's really it's my coming up story. It's my former life and my former skin you know as Eric Hines. And and Not. So where does say that name And you know my transition and really you sort of becoming Loki. Where I transitioned in two thousand and eight, and my journey is a trans woman in. A male dominated world male dominated industry in cybersecurity. My world is cyber security right and You know what that experience has been like just. It's interesting for me because it's very. it's a very unique perspective being able to say that I've lived my life is to completely different sexes to completely different genders you know and and living my life is a man living my life as a woman It's very interesting because you don't really prepare for that. You don't prepare because is a man you read about the inequality. Roy of of men and women in the workplace. The wage disparity being passed up for job opportunities in the workplace as a woman over a man with the same or less credentials or experience. It's a real thing and I didn't prepare myself for what that would be like and it's it's you would hope that. An industry as as you know, new is cyber security. 'cause if you think about cyber security isn't very old, it's not like us. Our banking. Or. Investing, it's it's A. It's a nascent industry that we are trying to figure out as we go right and So you would think it would be more progressive. When it comes to equality and inclusion in. It's not you know and I. You know there was a tweet storm that occurred. I. Think you brought it up in a previous episode where I got involved in to a thread that actually became my most viral tweet and it was a about a gentleman who made the made the statement that cybersecurity moves too. Fast for women run and and that women would rather be at home and be homemakers and be family oriented versus being in Cybersecurity, and it was shocking to me is this is this is a very prevalent narrative for some reason You know there's a lot of people that believe that you know, hey, a cybersecurity isn't for women and here's why. I always from played devil's advocate I was trying look at it from other people's perspective But it's hard to find out a lot of things I'm reading. Because you know I mean there's there's a lot of I think. There's a lot of things that people need to be educated on when it comes to just women issues, but trans issues like you know there's this belief and I hear it a lot. That Trans women shouldn't be allowed to participate in Women Only Sports, right? That's so stupid to me. You know and is in I think it was actually South Rogan's podcast where he actually talked about this and in the narrative is being spread a lot. I understand I think from that perspective but people don't understand that when you go through hr it. Your upper body strength as a as a man as man's body gets depleted you know your your upper body strength. Pretty much goes away in deteriorates. There are women on the tennis court. I. Used to be a competitive used to play tennis competitively and go to tournaments, and there's women biological women that could kick my ass on the tennis court you know and their biological women have. Much, more per body strength than me and you know I think it's an I. Don't think it's ignorance I. Think it's education. It's it's. A learning curve. Yeah and like like for example, martial arts, you know there are biological women that could wipe the floor with. And and you know so I think I think it's educating people understanding and also the unique perspectives were probably talk about the blog article here in a minute unique perspectives at the Lgbtq community brings two teams brings to the workplace. Yeah. that that that you may not find in a less inclusive culture

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

02:20 min | 2 weeks ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"They should charge him with a hate crime. Have they charge him with a hate crime, or they're going to charge the hate crime. This is a hate crime. I mean every time there is a case. That somehow involves. The race of the people involved or potentially involves the race of the people involved. Everyone in the business I work in which is the media and some members of the public, because the reacting to the media are jumping up and down about hate, crimes hate crimes hate crimes, and I want to spend a few minutes talking about hate crimes because. They're not all the cracked up to be okay. When we hear, it sounds like yeah, you got charged with a hate crime. Okay well and the amount. RB case. degeorge had no hate crime law on the books. That's because they had one, and it was ruled unconstitutional by the Georgia Supreme Court, so it was tossed, and then it was never rewritten, and recently they have done something to rectify that. But. In the. Case these defendants. These men are charged with felony murder. Okay, there is nothing more serious. In Georgia law them fell. It is the potential of a death penalty sentence, which I don't think the death penalty case, but there's the potential for it, and it's life without the possibility. It's the most serious charge. So the fact that there's no hate crime. Is completely irrelevant in Georgia. As to what could happen to these defendants, they've already been charged with the most serious offence available. And what a hate crime is in most jurisdictions because each state can write it, however they want, but most states it's what I call a criminal enhancer. Okay, what it does is, it'll take a crime and kick it up. One degree okay for. Every state. Does things a little bit differently? How they call it the nomenclature? ETC, but for for argument's sake here let's say you're charged with third degree crime right a third degree assault, but prosecutors in that state are charging it as a hate crime. It would bump up to a second degree assault, which okay yeah it gets, it definitely gets more serious. He gets enhanced, but that's all..

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

01:52 min | 2 weeks ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Right. I, just have to get you to agree with the fact that the case is a little bit harder against Roddy Brian with him shooting that video and handing it to police, because now prosecutors have to take on the police and the prosecutors right so. Can we agree on that yes? Yes, all right all right I think we solved it. I think we did. This is a big moment, but I will not ever. Ever cheer for the Yankees. Especially when they play my mets, that will never happen, but I think we can agree here. To a certain extent that the there's going to be some obstacles here, but I think what you have shown me. And made me realize how you look at the case. You know I look at the case a certain way, but I have to get a different mentality onto to to get to that next level. So? Wow Acklin, always great having you on the show for having go Yankees got. That will be her last time on the show by the way. Either that or we can edit that out next time. We'll just bleep it out. Right Acklin mercy, incredible criminal defense attorney. In Georgia knows Georgia law. Insider knows Georgia juries, which is the most important part of of trying to case when we come back. I WANNA, talk about hate crimes, because at the time of the Amman archery shooting there was no hate crime. Law in Georgia and people were. Besides themselves coast to coast. When you come back I'm going to explain to you why it's really not a big deal. Especially in this case, number one and number.

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

06:33 min | Last month

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Of force encounters being captured on camera I asked retired veteran police officers, Sergeant Cheryl Dorsey and Lieutenant Randy Sutton, if a black and blue problem in this country I now the problem that's most at the forefront is the violence by the police. We see it over and over. We see it minimized and mitigated. Perceived problem and that perception becomes reality. Is there any sense that? That raised has anything to do with WHO is questioned. Who was stopped? Who has spoken to I? Don't believe so I mean listen. I was a cop for thirty four years and I- policed for much of my career an area that was predominantly black, so if you're if you're policing a black community or a Hispanic community, you're gonNA. Have you're GONNA have mostly interactions with Hispanic? People as videos lead to more arrests, suspensions and Firings Sergeant Dorsey says. Still get the benefit of the doubt. Rain deference given to the version that a police officer gives more importantly you kill someone. Then there's only one version the the officer tales, and so we have to address the officers who are seemingly with impunity, using sex, excessive force, explaining away in a way that's offensive in intellectually dishonest, and that right now is the fire that needs to be put our. TV's lead anchor vinnie politics joins us now, Vinnie, thank you for being here. Thank you for that report. I know you cover stories on the criminal justice system every single day, but one of the studies about fatal officer involved shootings. What are they telling us? Well I the two numbers. Jump out from the peace right? You've got the six leading cause of death of young black men, Andy Two and a half times more likely to be killed. If in fact, you are black versus white, so there were two studies. We looked at one from the National Academy of Science, University of Michigan University of Maryland and another one from professor from Harvard, and both studies they looked at what happens once. The interaction with police begins, and in both studies they came to the conclusion that the likelihood of you dying. Once you interact with police. There's no racial disparity same chances of dying if you're white versus black, so. So now, let's go back to that number two and a half times more likely. It's because there are more interactions if you wanNA lower that ratio net rate. You've got to lower the number of interactions between the police and the Black Community Vinnie thank you so much. Let's bring in our special guest to talk about those interactions. Paul Butler is a former federal prosecutor and a law professor at Georgetown University Center. He also is the author. The book chokehold policing Black Men Attorney David a Tonga also still with us Paul, let me start with you. Vinnie just mentioned more interactions. That means more violent encounters. Why is this rate of interaction so high? So George Floyd was stopped by the police in Minneapolis for allegedly used fake twenty dollar Bill Eric Garner in Staten Island New York arrested for allegedly selling Lucy tobacco cigarette on the street. When the police! Tried to make those arrests. They claim that meant resisted resulting in the tragic escalation to death. Too many encounters between police officers and citizens of Color Rapetti. Dump stuff like counterfeit twenty dollar bill tobacco cigarette that lead to tragedy so one way to. Make the police do better is to prevent from making arrests for minor non violent crime. They should just have to give a ticket like you get for a traffic infraction. That is one of the options that we've seen David talking about one of the names that has been at the center of this movement Brianna Taylor and no knock warrants. She was the EMT who police. Executed that warrant on her home. What has been your reaction to that particular story and that interaction with police? That turned deadly. My reaction is I mean frankly. I've been outraged. This woman was in her home asleep. She was shot eight times. There have been no arrests made at this passing Brianna his law yet. There are no arrests that have been made. What could she possibly have done that made her threatening? How could this shooting be legally justified and yet? The officers have no consequences. Paul you've testified at the House Judiciary Committee following George Floyd's death, also his brother was there testifying. Is there a lost trust and that's something you talked about when you talk to these congressman. What would you say was I that makes it sound like that. There was trust in the first place. There has never not for one minute and American history, but he's between black people and the police and all of the Times African Americans have set aside the traditional civil rights protests, non-violent, marching bringing core cases, and instead black folks have risen up in the streets those times at all, then because of something that the police have done so if you look at these uprisings from Watson, the sixties to La in the nineties. Nineties to Minneapolis and Atlanta in twenty twenty, all of those are about outrage from American citizens, because the police have killed another black man, the title of Your Book Is Choke Hold, and that reminds me about the push that there has been to try and get chokehold band across the country that to policy, but when we look at George Floyd's death and the way the officer had his knee on his neck. Everyone has agreed that that was against that department's policy. How do we regulate it when the lawless are also law? 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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

07:56 min | Last month

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Julie Thank you for that story and your reporting as a former prosecutor and having cases like Florida versus drake. How does video evidence get treated in court? That may surprise the public. It's so great to be with you Julia. Thank you for having me. We've heard that saying a picture is worth a thousand words right well in a court of law video is worth even more. It is a critical piece of evidence, and the issue really becomes just authentication, if one side or another can authenticate it, showing that it is what it purports to be than it comes in, and then the jury can consider that evidence and we're not reliant on just statements from individuals who might have been there. We have a clear picture of what occurred in. That picture can't be altered in any way so really video evidence at the end of the day. It helps with equal protection right fourteenth amendment has. Has All citizens in our country, enjoying equal protection under the laws and having that evidence in furtherance in technology helps with that the laws must be applied equally to everyone Ju- heap, saying it. That is the keyword. Thank you so much. We're GONNA turn now to our special guests who are standing by Attorney David? Tunga is still with us and joining us now is L. Song Richardson Dean and Chancellor of the University of California, Irvine Law School. Thank you so much for being here. No, you've done extensive search on how people make judgments in different contexts and implicit bias. Can you explain and expound how that relates to what we're seeing? Absolutely, so I, to stand unconscious bias, need to understand a little bit about how our brains work our minds in order to conserve energy, they make quick, automatic and unconscious associations in response to a stimulus, so our brains are efficient information processors, so if you're sitting in a chair, you probably don't even think twice about the strange object that you're sitting on. Our brains the same thing. With? Regard to the people. So in our society where racism existed for centuries, our brains have learned to associate certain categories which certain attitudes and stereotypes and in our country. We have learned our brains have learned to associate blackness with criminality endanger and Whiteness with innocence. And the importance of understanding these unconscious associations is that we are impacted by them. Our perceptions are behaviors. Are Judgments are impacted by these unconscious biases, these unconscious associations that our brains make that may conflict with our consciously and deeply held egalitarian beliefs, so that's what makes these unconscious biases so very precious and using the word unconscious. They're awesome conscious, sometimes that mean people can't overcome it and they can't help it. So you can't so I'll answer that in two ways. It is. Unsurprising because we've grown up in this racist society that our brains have learned these associations, but Because we practice them so much by reading the news watching TV, they become unconscious, and we are not aware of them. So what we need to do is to create safeguards for us so that we don't act on them right? That is the important piece. Put structures in place. Your workplaces within your lives so that even though these unconscious biases exists, you can hopefully safeguard yourself and safeguard victims. Of Your unconscious spicy is from having to suffer the consequences of your actions. They know there are ways. Thank you so much for joining us. We have to get to a break, but we appreciate you being with us today coming up. It's almost been thirty years since Rodney. King beating opened Americans is to police brutality now. The Nation is reckoning with the death of George Floyd. What will it take to end excessive force against African Americans? All police are not bad. But, the was stance this out here during the killing. They need to be held accountable. For More Court TV, watch it on cable over the Air Roku or go to court TV DOT COM and streaming live gavel to gavel coverage. Catch up on the big moments from our current cases and relive some of court TV's most historic trials court TV your front-row seat to justice. We have to address the officers who are seemingly with impunity, using excessive force, explaining it away in a way that's offensive in intellectually dishonest and bat right now is the fire that needs to be put out. Welcome back to our court TV special, black and Blue Julia Gina. We're turning our attention now to interactions between law enforcement and the Black Community Court TV's Benny Politics. A look at what's at stake. Encounters turned deadly. We want to warn you. Some of these images are graphic. Almost thirty years ago, citizen video captured Los Angeles police. Officers Pummeling Rodney King. It was a precursor to today's viral videos of officer involved deadly force. Eric, Garner Staten Island New York, two thousand fourteen. His friend's cellphone video goes viral and the. Landau Casteel. Minneapolis Minnesota Twenty, sixteen. He had thought him get ID. Sorry his driver's license Alton. Sterling Baton Rouge Louisiana Twenty Sixteen. Row. Now, George Floyd's death, is the latest case to illustrate what black people have long said about being the targets of excessive force, and it was captured on a teenager. Cell Foam. been here before. Josh Stat. Just! But something feels different about the reaction to Floyd's death. Around the world more protesters of different races, joining black people in the streets with a clear message. There's more research today about police encounters with African Americans than there was during the Rodney King incident, according to a recent study, the six leading cause of death of young black males is police use of force. Authors conclude black men are two and a half more times likely to be killed by police than white men for Sheila Clemens Lee. Those statistics reflect her new reality a life without her oldest son. It could had a bad day in chocolate came around. You know. Each as the whole. The Neria thing in. Land use the. He just looked like a thirty one year old son piece clemens was shot and killed by a police officer during a traffic stop in Nashville Tennessee. In 2017, his family friends and supporters waged a campaign seeking justice. They collected enough signatures to get community oversight board on the ballot and voters approved it today. The board investigates allegations of misconduct toward the Metro Nashville Police Department. How do you see the relationship between police and the black community and see a huge problem because the police is trying to feel black and Brown? They're trying to play. With more police use.

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

07:54 min | Last month

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"I everyone welcome to a very special episode of the Court TV podcast. It's an audio replay of a show. We premiered on court TV, called black and blue a court TV special. It's an in depth. Look at the relationship between the American judicial system and people of Color and examines everything from the racial origins of citizen's arrest laws to the use of deadly force, and what it will take to make things more just in our system. We're very proud of the special, which is why we wanted to bring it to you as this week's podcast episode at listen. Thank you for joining us. I'm court TV Crime and justice reporter, Julia Janie and this is black and blue a court. TV special on how blacks in America are policed by law enforcement and every day civilians for the next hour. We're going to be diving into the most compelling stories in our country, bringing you a unique look at the movement, the law and the future of justice come with us for this special edition of Court TV. Americans, by the tens of thousands protest the killing of George Floyd by a police officer. Over twenty dollars, a national movement is reignited. Marbury a young man chased down and shot dead while jogging through a neighborhood. The national conscience is pierced. It's heartbreaking. It's twenty twenty and this was a luncheon of an African American main. Did we get here. Please called. There's an African American threatening my life. What has to change shooting justice? Seeking justice. Seeking justice crowd. We reach a better future we don't reverse. was. Going allow. Live with do business aside tonight. A candid conversation from the nation's leading voice in legal journalism, black and blue, a court TV special report. Joining US tonight for the entire hour is attorney David Tunga graduate of Harvard Law David. Thank you for being with us. Have me here Julia I'm honored to be your such an important conversation. I mean we need to examine how we got to this point as a country in order to move forward in a positive direction. Absolutely a sentiment that's on the hearts and minds of so many people right now i. we're going to start with a look back for nearly two months. We've been inundated with images that have invoked outrage, shock and pain images of attacks on people of color who are often doing everyday things I tonight. We look at the law and legal concepts that have created a framework that empowered this policing of black citizens. February twenty third two, thousand, twenty, twenty five year, old armory is chased and gunned down in south Georgia neighborhood. The men allegedly responsible said. They thought he was a burglary suspect. Or Barista sparked outrage especially, because for seventy four days, no-one was arrested the reason Georgia's citizens arrest statute a more than two hundred year old law U.. C. Berkeley Professor Charles Henry explained how this wall and many others reach back to the country's darkest hour, and it's a story that then is enshrined in ways that we refuse to see when when when we we teach that history Henry, says the earliest form of this type of policing traces back to the early seventeen hundreds with the inception of slave patrols created to stop slaves from escaping. There was a pass system I. You couldn't take. Wallace couldn't take whites to court. They couldn't testify whether you are priore slave, and so these these patrol sort of served as civilian police, all with the power of life and dust over any black that they encountered and that kind of attitude. Persists after the war with the end of the civil war came a surge of criminal laws to control a newly free population. Supposing? You've been a slave in. You worked all your life and you decide you know I'm not gonNa work for a while. Well, the laws against vagrancy. What happened? If you didn't work well, you were arrested. Sent you back in the fields this time you know. The. The prophet went to back to the slave owner not to you as a free person now working because you were convict, and so we see a whole series of laws that we still see the remnants up today Jim, crow laws, and the south deepened illegally acceptable divide between whites and blacks, and strengthened the notion that one race qualified to police the other. That's the privilege and the sinister nature of white supremacy. Landmark Supreme Court cases like Plessey versus Ferguson upheld the constitutionality of racial segregation decades later in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, Brown versus board of Education launched the start of integration and statutes that specified race began to disappear. But the laws born out of inequality remained, and attitudes did to says Pastor Otis Moss Trinity United, Church of Christ in Chicago. They're operating with that ideology, but then they felt that they have the right. To be able to become. Self proclaimed the police officers for that community based on allegations, that race played a factor in the shooting. Moss believes the artery case mirrors the lynching of a different era to individuals who attack Auburn were people who were struggling and dealing with the idea that blacks skin has been weaponized. If I see someone black, and therefore it must be various, you can see a definite connection between sort of patrols of of antebellum period. White control blocks the. Development of the Ku Klux, Klan Vigilante groups, and now these laws that. Stand your ground laws, antidiscrimination and civil rights. Movements have attempted to change the ways laws perceive African Americans the more were aware of our history. More likely to have serious effort set before. Joining us now to discuss this special guest Tim wise, he's an anti racist, essayist and educator, also the author of several books on race, privilege and inequality Tim thank you for being with us. Attorney David a Tunga also with us, but Tim let me start with you. You authored race crime, and the politics of fear in America. Why is fear so historically powerful? Well, it's fear, but let me be clear. It's also content I think what is written into the law is really a contempt for black freedom, and for black life, and the way in which one enforces the contempt, developing stereotypes, which then inculcate fear, but really what this country has been rooted in is not so much being afraid of black bodies, as it is having contempt for them feeling. Feeling the right to dominate and control them now fear becomes a weapon that's been used, but if you go back to the very beginning of this period, you know you do not attack that which you fear, you tend to try to get away from that what you fear, so if you were actually afraid of black people, you wouldn't approach them. As vigilantes has happened to Aubrey. You wouldn't. Threaten to call the police on them as as amy. Cougar did in New York City in Central Park. You wouldn't get up in the face of that which you fearing, yell at it and say that you're.

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"court" Discussed on The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court

13:58 min | 7 months ago

"court" Discussed on The Queen's Court

"Oh come into you loud live and always. I'm never ever in from the Queen's super the Cuiv the Queens Supreme Court and Ladies and gentlemen honey we are here on all the park going because there's a lot going on right now I'm GonNa Tell Y'all y'all are going on because by now y'all have already watched the show this Friday morning. They should this show them the now bitch. Abby praying hoping wishing you gotTa Universe today hairs the trees sprouted up laser. The gentleman longline. You Ain't do it right. You got to say Oh mhm the Columbia southeast. Maybe the sniper of the president her still talk to your. Tony is in bed when I tell you I love this lady like affair. Miss Lewis cake meeting. I'm one of those is I love chocolate and scrubby K.. Now y'all at Reidsville but it's I just rang the doorbell like I told Arabia adobe a suit who had y'all somebody did. Oh my God the Dacian somebody here though. And that's real Brian. We go all right. Ladies and gentlemen so talk to your. Tony is in the house talking. Listen so you came down here from the D. every front DC earlier. Because you know you'll girl has summoned you. I had some idea the courthouse a summit you supposed to. Do you know that you are like you are. I'm not going to say one was wrong waving like I look at. Why signs and in film was that me okay? You can't be doing sudden move because I'm a I'm a girl that follows the rationing action against way way. What's going on honey is going on? You are not only a dream job but you are the dream. Judge that I've had ever. Since you know that my show start rotating in the bist rotated you or one of my my dream guest. Judge always wanted you to come here and sit and just do a segment with me whether we were talking about drinking wine eating grapes honey talking about sizes of Dick's or all the depths of good good good good coach. I was just wanting to sit up and talk with you about this stuff and you I right listen the staff. Everybody's here so excited. We gathered around and we thought it was the birth of Jesus coming it. Is Christmas time. Solo Star was in the sky. If you get a guy that Giradi into the house and you hear you are here and I'm so glad I'm so happy that you are here and and You know to be honest with you. Our you really know how to really what to say. 'cause I'm there so I'm this. I thought I was GONNA Freeze Reza freeze here. But the baby you here and you know what Mattie coming down here saying or you're hanging out I I mean this. Is the sheet your address. The Mega Bob. Well Oh yeah Oh yeah thank you thank you Connie moment for me too. Yeah man like and we both. We're both leave honey in a better fucking we are are levers bitch and one thing about it when when Lebron you're not you bitches better fallback lines better fall back clutching all earlier. No territorial yes we are you. 'cause I don't play about their Bush's you'd be over there talking to somebody list non-communist reliever you know what I'm saying so go go all right. So let's get right onto it. You are the mother of the superstar. Black China indeedy. But you are to me a star within your own right like you've you are. You're not just a mother. You are the mother. Because I've watched you on social media of watched you go through different Different areas in your life. I've been sitting sitting back watching you go through so many things I've watched you laugh of watched you cry. I've watched you spares you know I've watched it's these things happen and yet none of this stuff made me have a bad thought about you. Because I've always felt like you know everybody has that thing. They have to express themselves however they want yourself or whatever because I listen I I myself I was I express myself in the nude. I did it. Okay it's it's done in the united but you know I've setback and when you and I initially talked we talked and you said many people you get it. 'cause I said your. TV He goes. Yeah I feel that you are our television goal and I feel I want to see a television show with you who the star and then boom spoken for a long time and then boom Zeus came through and they gave your show and you and you and then you had to blow up on they. Mother buccaneers. It's just like so many things transpire all the time. I got one simple question to ask me anything you want. But it's just one simple question. What Asia who is Tokyo Tony? Wou what a question so on that breath you know religious I don't like a lot of felonious things. Come off alone is okay. I'm I'm Bossy super-busy. I love the stay busy great heart but I will fry bitch. Yes you your Mama your doll the stuff and everything everybody everybody did everybody get it but at the same time you know. I'm the one to put up for everything I'm the one. Don't worry bout a baby come over and crime crashes but you're gonNA cry together. Live I gotcha refrigerator. You good. I might actually look these guys all right. Let's keep it real and just live life as it comes to beyond. You can't really prepare paying for nothing so okay. I want to go a little bit for farther. We've seen you and your daughter have you know. Oh major love and the major dropped dropdown dragon. Yes Oh God so I want to know is this real. Is that real real. Even at this present time we're back to square one and that's because she showed absolutely no supports. It's our MOMS okay She told people you notice. She got me a show. Whatever I actually seen it on the radio and it wasn't true however but if it wasn't other for her if we WANNA use that content I wouldn't have this show. But it's WAIMEA Angie. She's still like very immature for you know and we always blame the people closest to us we get upset with people. That's closest to us because we know at the end of the day. Those are the ones it's not gonNA pay no mind. It's GonNa be a loveless now judges and this is how it is so like right now on I honestly can't say what actually transpired spy it but I'm not just back out while it was good Before we get back into it because I can see the things around her straight up in now like by actually living in their house and I don't like it. So how did your TV deal happen. Was actually zoos reached out to me and I'll turn them down. Initially you know all because I was in like mentally prepare for it physically ready. You know monetary wise or anything you know and they were talking about Dayton. I'm like my fucking I. Don't I think one of the money you can't bring me a nigger with some money l.. We're GONNA be terrific this. Why don't we don't hear it? You know so made you agree to do it because you were telling me a moment ago but just just not having no body and you want to spend time with your grandkids definitely less the main reason and from there I feel it and I'm not talking shit about mom. I'm just saying what it is. They caught me at the right time. Like Labour's say leadership. You gotTA catch us when we fail in in it or oil. It Ain't going to happen and we move at our like my manager. My Manager Giovanni has a big issue with me at times as he says. Mazza assitant is difficult for managing you at times. Because you don't when I wanNA talk to you about business and stuff like that and and talk to you about things you don't move right I I have to feel it. Yeah and I got the feeling like like I say this all the time because my listeners that listen y'all have heard me on numerous occasions. Say if the spirit don't don't tell me to do you ain't moving the spirit got to save Bitch Muna. Yup and that's the true. It gotta say spiritually like I got to hear a whisper in my ear to say get fat ass up bitch right now and do it. Other than that. I don't make any move. Levers had his of Avalon special thing on all we can feel shit before it happened. You Walk your ass up on me. I'll be like Oh that that's not the bitch or yeah on our the one thing about us. We also know how to play our cards very way we will know when someone's the dealt with but we will work with them because it will become beneficial ars day only knows that. Yes we snake charmers. We know how to charm the snake. y'All may think we might get about a snake but the snake aac is the one that's motherfucking down on the already had the anti-vietnam Bitch when they've been us. We already had the you know because see I know Craig for his work so you so you must the laugh gonNA use my own tricks on me. I land from the skeleton but You know for me. I have a been really watching you guys and at times I thought because it was so rocky shaw as so you know so up and down right after this. I've I've never taken it for anything but you know it is maybe is beyond real but but the deal is because it's centered around TV on all day what they have to set me up Because they know I'm not go. Oh for a perfectly shit. You know what I mean just you snap a heating cut in you know. We're not doing so what they did was when you when you offer. I initially saw that bitch and chat on a bitch. Fuck Ya all of that. They set me up See when when I walked in I walk into our walk in thinking and in his welcoming my daughter was like. Oh yeah all of really well all year. Well what is your Tim. What's her son? Horace Governor God issue April may towards. May I'm the tortoise may switch but you know what I will say this as you get older and I don't know how China's dirty one I believe I loved it. I believe uh-huh stubborn eight point. You know eventually we start we start to subside. We're not as we start to release. Some of them are when you know this. Is the thing saying my daughter. I don't really honestly know what is wrong with her. Because you've got a cool ass mom. Somebody's GonNa go to bat for her spiritually mentally whatever. Have you need physically Sudani to fuck bitch you know but she turns around and turn on me every time I don't I don't get it like this last time I did all this shit packed all my shit gave up. Everything moved out. LA Just to be moving right back. I met her hall house. I'm jeff our cars and motorist Neither wild walking to stone eater day. Why am I walking up? Damn he'll but at the same time like Mattie. Say you gotta be a charmer charmer. You gotta just keep pushing and keep it sentimental But not sorry so so just keep moving so system. We had a guest here last week on our show crystal from debris and she made a point because we because we own our show l.. Last week we put up where where Zeus had not page of your money. Whatever fuck us up? We have put on Zeus. I had not paid you your money and we discussed that and you know and and you know I was offered a bat for girl her mind or whatever but what crystal said she said. I personally think that Eh Tokyo Tony and China need to get together and they need to go to counselling was those were that was eh yeah. She said that you guys need to counseling..

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

10:00 min | 8 months ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Area the wrong apartment murder trial this. This was from my perspective. Our biggest case of the year. Yes I agree with that. Amber Geiger is a Dallas police officer. She is finishing her shift. It gets off of work and is going back to her apartment. She goes back to the complex. She has an apartment on the third floor but parks in the fourth floor and walks to the fourth floor apartment directly above her apartment. I need to point out now because this is a big part of the story that that she is still in uniform. Yes and this is the first thing that I found to be the most disturbing part of this entire fact pattern honor because you know I spent a little time working for the NYPD and a huge rule for the NYPD. Is You wear civilian clothes to you and from the precinct. Yup apparently they don't do that. Dallas it was it was my mind so she's walking to her apartment. She believes she's walking into her apartment and then she takes out her key now the keys at this apartment or not old fashioned. Keyser's these fobs how we can literally do an entire episode on the okay right but it's an electronic type keys and put it in a keyhole but then it reads it but the same key could be put in the Keyhole of every apartment in that entire building so so she puts it in and then she says that the door sort of opened right and she notices that someone is inside the apartment which which she says she believes is her apartment so this is an intruder so of course she goes to the gun sell says show in your hands. Show me your hands ends up shooting and killing the man inside. His name is both from John. He's like the most. He's a guy that after the trial you wish you knew absolutely you wish you had time to get to know he. If we could describe a perfect person. It would be both John Hard working immigrant type of upbringing accountant at God fearing god-fearing yes. He was aristion man. Ospel first thing in the morning every morning remember. His neighbors heard him through the doors. I think he's to speak to his mom on assisted every single day worked at one of the big accounting firms coworkers. Love this guy. He was like a like a bright light. Yeah no the person that walks into the rooms at bright light. Well every time I picture I felt that way I mean he was that teddy bear time doing anything more innocent. He is sitting down. There's if about eating a bowl of vanilla ice cream like after a hard day's work he lives alone. You come home. You had that bowl of ice cream. You're watching the first football game of the season. There is nothing. And you're in your own apartment I misteri. I've really Misteri when we talk about both but go ahead keep talking believable and this guy ends up getting shot and killed so there's outrage absolute outrage. A man is just sitting at his department gets shot and killed and it turns out. It's a police officer but she says it's all mistake right. I believed I was. I believe that was going into my own department and the Ember Geiger testified during the trunk but before we get I have to again. The are you giving me a but I yes but I because I still cannot get over. I will never ever ever be able to reconcile how she went into that apartment without realizing that she was standing above the brightest brightest the reddest welcome that oath and John had bright red welcome at right in front of his apartment. Geiger did not not only did Amberg Geiger or not have that. Welcome at but nobody on the floors had that welcome at the trial showed videos of the third and fourth floor. Nobody had a welcome out like that and I just think I think this is just another case of someone who is under trained for her job should not have been a police officer and so self absorbed ribbed so self involved in. She was what sexting some married. Mary Co worker married man that she had been sleeping with and what happened. I mean is this anything worth this. The other part of this though is the defense presented evidence. They took a survey survey of residents of this apartment complex and found something like a fifteen to twenty them had done the same thing but their keys but they didn't shoot anybody they didn't shoot anybody. Doors were locked see. Both John's door was not locked. It was that's not why wait that's other people's in shoot anybody other people will probably didn't have guns and they probably weren't this stupid stupid stupid crime. This was such a very preventable very preventable. Let's take a listen out of the but I find Amber Geiger takes the stand little person feel like a piece of crap. He may live with this every single. It's getting it's he myself sequel desert chance to be with my family inference. He was the one with cute. She is a terrible person. She is a piece of crap really. You're not buying no no no remorse now because you can be. If you commit a horrible act it can change you. It can transform you. You can demonstrate actual remorse because there's some criminal defendants who show no remorse. Okay ever say their own forget that when she testified and she was confronted by this on cross examination and is that. When both John's family was planning his funeral she was texting friends about going out and getting drunk and partying? So don't tell me about remorse because she was doing all of that when she knew she killed an innocent man. She was convicted. Did convicted of murder now murder in Texas different than murder in other states and trials that we've covered here in court TV. I mean there are states where murder. It's automatic life in prison without the possibility of parole In most states where we cover trials the judge hands down the sentence but but in Texas the jury can hand down the sentence and they did in this case and they had complete discretion Grushin zero life or anywhere in between and they handed down a sentence of ten years so there there was some outrage after that right after the sentencing all of them. John's younger brother. Yeah who didn't testify. Didn't say much which his family said he never spoke much about this was obviously impacted by all of it. Spoken a victim impact statement. And this moment I will never forget this moment was the most unexpected display uh of genuine goodness. That I've ever seen inside a courtroom something. I will never forget and something that I I hope helps the entire community heal from this horrific horrific crime. This is brand John. I don't know if this possibly but okay. Can I give Rog please. Yes she murdered his big brother. Yeah he is such a good human being such a huge heart I wanted to give. Amber Geiger Hug to demonstrate and to try to turn her life around to try to reach Out to her and Amber Geiger did not want to let go of him well before when he was asking that question you could see her from her seat eat shaking her head so vigorously yes and even though we only saw the back of her head it did appear that she was crying and that hug went went on and on it went on and on it was very unusual. I've never seen a request like that. The judge granted it. Allow that moment to happen. And my I hope as a result of that moment that Amber Geiger because she is getting out of prison she will have the rest of her life the lead that she uses that moment to inspire inspire her to live a life like both John. The man she murdered was living and to touch people and reach out to people people the way he did and to add something good to this world that she took away when she murdered. Both from. Sean I hope that as well I think that's a perfect way way to end this year in review episode forgiveness and love and light and hope and all of that matters and even in a court of law we can see it absolutely and I hope that everyone at home has a wonderful wonderful new year. We've got a lot more big trials coming up in twenty twenty but in in the meantime enjoy the holidays..

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"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

Court TV Podcast

09:15 min | 8 months ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Catch up on the big moments from our current cases and relive some of court. TV's as most historic trials court. TV your front row seat to justice the POM POM POM remember. Her vinnie scholar Richardson. There you go okay Schuyler. Richardson from Ohio. Another momentous his trial in two thousand nineteen for court TV. She was The young woman who was pregnant and the question was did she get rid of the baby via murder or was the baby stillborn and she went on trial trial for aggravated murder. Involuntary manslaughter endangering a child and abuse of a corpse. Because the baby was given birth to I I don't even know how to say this in a toilet in her home in a toilet and then buried in the backyard buried in the backyard and I- classify her as annoying. Because I just I didn't like her. I think this was such a horrible horrible crime weather from the beginning. I really did not know if the baby was stillborn or not. I never completely believed that. She had in her to murder the baby but I felt that she came across as entitled and self absorbed and she she knew she was pregnant. She ignored the doctor's advice. She didn't care for this life this this human life whether it's born stillborn still born or whether it's born alive it is a human life inside your body. And she disregarded it like trash and I don't want to hear about her are putting the flowerpot on topic is that did nothing for me. The bottom line here. Is You know once. She learned that she was pregnant. She did not do the right thing. She didn't take care of that child. She didn't tell anyone about it. She kept it a secret from everyone including the father of the child her own mother. Her family a her father and what she did was extremely immature immoral and reprehensible because that baby should be be alive. Because she didn't take the Steph that's right to take care of herself and take care of that child. She was yes after she found out she was pregnant. She should've taken can better care of herself. That being said wait no not that being said yet not yet because I just want to point out this is why I have always been a proponent of ah there should be a license like a like an application procedure and a licensed to have sex -tective sex now to have sex if you can't be mature enough to know what to do when you're pregnant you shouldn't be having sex. Yes but you're gonNA have a hard time passing the housing that let's just OK. Well Oh you know what. Let's see maybe some of these Congress people do they'll never pass it okay. But I really truly believe leave that this case brought this issue into light I think for the entire country right just this whole idea of the propriety of pregnancy and having sex and maturity and repercussions and punishment but also legally. This trial was full of fascinating legal issues including false confession. That was my that being said I in my take away from this case that I will never forget is is a false confession. That was obviously a false confession that the prosecution would not let go of and to me that was that was reprehensible behavior on their part because prosecutors should be seeking the truth and justice not just conflict conviction based upon whatever you believe at one point in this case whatever. The evidence pointed to at one point in this case Schuyler. Richardson percent spoke to the police. I think it was two occasions. Here's a clip from one of those interviews so now you've got an Italian holder and so you decide decide you decide you have to bury her. Why you decide you have to barrier buddy told anybody WANNA tell anybody? Yeah Well No. It's just it's not for us to say Scott. Frost say it's really bad because we're not. We're not trying to judge you or anything like that. Yeah no I'm not. It's not why I'm here today to try to put you in jail. We're still all we're trying to do is find out where so just trying to find out what happened. Hey Vinny is a really bad to give birth to a baby in a toilet and then bury it. Isn't I'm not sure that's bad. All do you have to know that that it's bad behavior that night. She's home when she goes into Labor. She could have screamed out for MOM and Dad. They could have helped her. They could have called nine one one again. Everything that she did once she found out she was pregnant was reprehensible but what was also reprehensible in this case where the behaviors of the the interrogators and the prosecutors in this case in getting a false confession involving an allegation that she burned the baby. Yes I really think. The prosecution law enforcement. Screw this case so badly that it overshadowed scholars disgusting behavior behavior absolutely did because they claimed because they had some expert who admit their apology anthropologist who initially says that the remains were burned so now interrogators have this piece of information and they go and interrogate Schuyler. Richardson with the fact that they believe is true. That at the child the baby was burned and they get her to somehow confessed to that. I WanNa read you part of this transcript because you could you can see. I can read these words to you and I saw it in her. This was the time when I completely believe her because she had no idea what they were talking about. Detective Carter said there's some evidence to show that there was some burning on her Schuyler earned her in that moment she was in utter disbelief. I promise I promise anything. I didn't burn her. My Dad has lots of bonfires but I didn't burn her and then she goes on to say I didn't burn her. I swear in anything. I didn't burn her. Repeat over and over and over and over again they invoke the word cremate. Because they're trying to get her are to say something about burning and video. I really believe this girl did not even know the word. Cremate you know she. She didn't even understand why that word was being said and interspersed with the questions of burning Schuyler keep saying so. Am I going to go home. Am I gonNA go home. I'm not going to the home and the cops. They're they're they're basically lying to her saying about the female cop who's holding her hand. Gosh you know. I almost got him out her. It's the end of the year. I was forgetting about her. Now you brought it up again holding her and and and what happens is the same expert who said the remains remains were burned after the interrogation where they get her to falsely confess to burning the child. Expert says no the remains were not burned. We were wrong wrong. Ra Ra Ra wrong but investigators never let go of it prosecutors. Never let go of it. You have have to go with truth and justice not just a conviction based upon some false information here and it was so obvious to everyone. You Know Me Mr the prosecutor I do know you asked me to call him on this. It has to be outrageous and it was it was ages they doubled down on it and there was even some post verdict coverage. Remember that interview. That Ted Rowlands did with the lead investigator and they still would not admit to that Atma stake they just they just they own up to it. Because you must be seeking truth in this case and the truth is the job of the Prosecutor Prosecutor and ultimately the truth leads to justice so thank goodness the jury saw through it all. Yes yes and at the at the end of the day as you. You like to say a scholar. Richardson got seven days. But basically time serve got to go home and listen. This kid is been given the second chance of Bay lifetime. Let her do good with that. She has to. She has to all right coming up next. What I believe was our biggest trial of the year yes ask and also included from.

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Court TV Podcast

09:06 min | 8 months ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Huge trial down in Florida this year earlier this year Florida versus Michael Michael Drake Michael Drake give you a little bit of background about this guy. He really hates when people park in handicapped spots. I I mean it. Just tears him apart. We had a loved one who who parked in those spots and and just drove him crazy when people illegally parked in those spots so there was this convenience store close to his home down down there in Pinellas County Florida and he sort of patrolled it so anytime anytime someone pulled into the handicapped spot. who wasn't there he seemingly would confront them and this and this behavior is is is not normal? It's Ludicrous Chris. Listening to the words coming out of your mouth I would not believe them but for the fact that I watched the entire trial. So the other thing about Michael Drake you need to to know is that he exercises his right to carry a firearm and has for many years. Charlie carried a firearm which you can do down to Florida the the problem. Well Ms and where the whole conflict is he's confronting people who he says are parking illegally and he's got a gun in his holster Mr Right so there's going to be a confrontation. Yes of course. And he feels confident. And he's on record saying this that he was confident in those confrontations because he knew he had his gun. Whether you're carrying a gun legally or illegally. And I say this just from in clients who carry guns and drug dealers is that carrying that weapon gives you confidence you feel like you are indestructible. No no one is going to hurt you. And there's nothing wrong with that if you're going to defend yourself that the problem in this case and as it turned out a during the sentencing because he was convicted. The judge had a problem with the fact that he's initiating the confrontations and with strangers. Sure and what the judge said which I loved during the sentencing was. Ah now irony. Is that key parked illegally to confront the victim's wife exactly all this is caught on the surveillance video at the convenience store. You see someone pulling into this handicapped spot and you see a man get out with his little son. That's more keys. McLaughlin goes inside the convenience store. Then then you see Michael Drake a pull up Arche legally. Yes get out of his car and starts kind of circling. The car that is parked there inside is Brittany. Jacobs the girlfriend Marquees McLaughlin and the mother of their three children. What she doesn't know at the time what Marquees doesn't know what the time she's carrying their fourth child which you I refer to as wife common law wife life but yes girlfriend technically longtime partner? They've been together for nine years and they've got other kids in the car absolutely all babies and they're all there and then there's some sort of verbal altercation back and forth and then a third person pulls up to the convenience store notices what's going on walks into the convenience store and says you got to get out there's something going on so marquees immediately exits the store. The convenience store starts walking towards the man who is now in some sort sort of verbal altercation with Britney right and as he approaches the first thing he does as he approaches them. And you see this on video is shove Michael Drake into to the ground. And he goes flying and Michael Drake is pushed back after he pushes him he can take one step. Maybe maybe two steps kind of like a follow follow through the push towards Michael Drake that Michael Drake his arm reach for the weapon and as he reaches for the weapon immediately you see Marquees McLaughlin on the video. Take one to two and a half steps backwards. Way from Drake Drake raised the weapon and fire. It and I WANNA point out that from the vantage point of Marquees mcglockton. It is possible that even before drake is reaching Ching for the weapon marquees would have seen the weapon so that you know you can tell you can tell in the video that he may have seen that and you say two and a half steps steps. Back it's arguable. That was three steps back but it was clearly he is moving back back back back and turning away and we looked at this video when you watch it on court. TV DOT COM. We put it in slow motion super. Slow we zoomed in everything. So you get an idea of exactly what is happening at just before the moment that the gun is fired tired. Well Michael. Drake is claiming self defense. He's like this man was was what's going after me. He was attacking me. He's interrogated by police. Take a listen Eh. You mentioned early that yes installed videos stuff like that correct. Were you think the video would show charge or soon. Okay there this should be handled Parking spot okay. What if I told you that looked at the video Point does he come running towards you he actually takes a step step back disagree. I'm just asking me would disagree. So Michael Drake disagreed with the videotape. Basically the officer already knew what the situation was. You know this whole Best of episode is reminding me how much I hated some of our defendants. I really hated him of the problem I have with him. And you know people talk about. Stand your ground here now. The big controversy in the cases after after the shooting Marquees McLaughlin is fatally fatally shot and killed Michael. Drake is interviewed by police. The police have the video in their hands yet. The pinellas county. Sheriff believes that under are the laws of Florida because Michael Drake is claiming. Stand your ground self-defence all these things. He does not have the right to arrest him. And do you remember that that sheriff is not as sheriff also lawyer. He's a lawyer also. I thought that was interesting tidbit. What his interpretation of the law was I cannot arrest Michael Drake yet in this case the? Da so the DA gets it. There's protests people... Outrage you shot and killed someone and it's on video and and everyone has seen the video in it hasn't been arrested eventually gets charged gets arrested is out on on so during the trial. He's walking in out each and every day and he is convicted. Convicted of manslaughter with a firearm was facing up to thirty years and ended up with a sentence of twenty years from my perspective the takeaway takeaway from this trial. And why believe it's so important is what the judge said. Afterwards that we were talking about that yes you have a right to carry a firearm. Yes you can stand your ground. Yes you can defend yourself. But you really can't do that if you are the one initiating the confrontation and to me it's the same lesson and that we should have learned from George Zimmerman but no one learned the lesson there because of the verdict George Zimmerman initiated that confrontation with Trayvon Martin by getting out of his car and trying to track them down that night the same way. Michael Drake initiated the confrontation by pretending. He is the handicapped parking police in confronting strangers. And this wasn't the first person there was another number one witness number. One testified that Michael Drake confronted him in the same exact place. Unbelievable the other thing that really got me angry during the sentencing was. Here's what when we talked about. You know who who Mrs Who and whether any sort of remorse and just remember hearing Michael Drake talking talking about missing missing his dogs at home and I understand people love their pets and I get it. I do get it but little marquees so his father other shot and killed. There's three other kids who are going to grow up without. Their Dad was part of their life and one kid who never met the dead and never met his dad and when you put the scales of Justice it goes one way you just want to point something else out because there was a lot of I at least controversy amongst the commentators that we had during in this case about whether Marquees mcglockton was in the right when he came out of the store in my perspective. Okay he comes out of the store. He sees some stranger yelling at his girlfriend partner and in very close proximity a car parked right near their car. All of that my argument would have been that he was in the right. It was a clear defense of others and he was in the right to get involved with that and I just want to stand up for that because I think you know people were looking at his actions separate and apart from Drake is action right because he initiated the physical confrontation the physical act that was taken was actually by Marquees mcglockton. Okay so next up another huge trial from twenty nineteen eighteen. This had.

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Court TV Podcast

11:46 min | 8 months ago

"court" Discussed on Court TV Podcast

"Sima Ire. Can you believe this is the end of year. One of the relaunch of court TV. I can't believe it. It has been absolutely one of the best years of my life. Hands Down I. It's great to be back in there. You no today on the podcast. You WanNa take a look back at the biggest cases and some of the biggest moments and when you talk about jaw dropping moments. Let's just put. This went out there. Scott Nelson accused of murder takes the standard his own defense and said this. How's your mental health been affected by are your previous incarceration? I may homicidal maniac. Jj have any other questions. Rose Examination Mr Nelson. Do you want to be sentenced to death. Guess I'll sustain the objection. Wow I've never seen a criminal defendant facing the death penalty get up on the stand and declare to the jury. I'm a homicidal maniac. The best is the was that the prosecutor right after that she goes adjudged. I don't have any more questions. Because what else could I possibly get from. This is unbelievable and then asked to be sentenced to death and and two things about this whole thing number one. It took the jury awhile to come to this verdict which was a head scratcher but then in the end they did not sentenced him to death. That's right and I think given all the circumstances his mental health what he wanted was perhaps taken into consideration horatio. There were a lot of witnesses that in fact testified in support of saving his life and his life was saved but that was only one of the biggest trials. We we've had a lot. Oh yeah huge. Trials another honorable. Mention the killer girlfriend as we're mccandless as we're mccandless small town sleepy town Wisconsin. Ng's in in sort of a Love Triangle or Square Med Pyramid Love Pyramid exactly and is accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend. She says it was like be. DSM There was Sam. There was a lot of sexual activity the in this tiny little town in Wisconsin. But I'm glad that trials over because really I have had nightmares over her main squeeze what what was his name. Jason Mangold Roger that Roger that Jason Mangle was I the most annoying witness of the year. He was not likeable. Not Likeable well. This is a guy who has served this country and yet when he got on the witness stand I mean everyone kind of like you. And he was the love of Ezra's life and the motive Gordon to prosecutors. was she killed Alex Whitworth to be with him to prove her love to him and she was convicted. What was great about this trial? Is that we. We never really bought into the prosecution's motive but they still got a conviction based on the overwhelming evidence and again. What was bad about this trials Jason Mango and the Repercussions of Jason mangles testimony. Is that every day. When asked any politician a question he answers with Roger that broad yet it's annoying every day lodged in two thousand twenty? WanNa remind you I just want you to stop in two thousand twenty remember grant motto. This was a tragic horrific case. He he murdered his entire family except for one brother who wasn't home because his brother his mother and his father all because he was hooked on a Webcam Webcam girl from Bulgaria and had stolen hundreds of thousands of dollars from the family. They tried to keep him away from her and he just was obsessed with this woman woman he wins our twenty nine thousand nine hundred creeper award. He was very creepy he absolutely was and it seemed that that was another death. Penalty case did not get the death penalty but he eliminated his family and his family did everything they could to try to have. It was a and that's tragic absolutely absolutely tragic put. It opened up a my mind to another whole world of addiction. That's out there. That can be dangerous. You wouldn't think being addicted to a Webcam girl would be lethal or or dangerous. But underlying that particular addiction is one of the oldest themes in jurisprudence and that is heat of passion what passion makes people do grant motto. Another victim of that locked up for life did not get the death penalty. Okay okay so now we are going to talk about one of the most fascinating trials that we covered one case. That is still going going on because in my mind. This case is not over we covered the case of Florida versus Meg. Bana Wa and Garcia Now Mag banner Joaquin and Garcia involved. The death of a beloved prestigious law professor Dan Marquel Professor Dan Marcal. He was killed back on July eighteenth. Two Thousand Fourteen and at that time he was divorced maybe less. I think it was less than two years right from Wendy. You're bitter divorce however and Really talk about what you put a lawyer into the mix in a bitter divorce and someone who's really bright and smart like it becomes very litigious and it seems like you've got very personal in this is a. This is a crazy story. It's just insane so let me just break it down and everybody go to court. TV Dot Com read about it. Watch the coverage that we have on on there. It's it's so good and I still like I said this case is not over so okay here. We go Dan Marquel. The victim was married to Wendy. Adelson they have this bitter divorce. Wendi Adelson's parents dawn on Harvey who live in the Miami beach area. They want Wendy to move from Tallahassee where she was with their kids kids and You know living near Denmark cal. Parents want her to move by them. In Miami which is way Far Away I mean Florida is a long long skinny state so tallahassee near the top and Miami near the bottom so it's not like okay. A couple of hours away relocating to a whole `nother state but this this wasn't just like hey girl. This is a nice idea. If you move they were letitia about it like you were talking about this back and forth even after the divorce and and at one point the parents said to Wendy want to offer a million bucks to Dan to get the kids to move and and then the the question was. What do we do about this now? What the prosecution's theory is always been although the Adelson's did not go on trial? was that that the MOM Donna employed the son Charley and said Hey we have to take care of this okay Charlie who was was a k- the Maestro moisture. He's you know kind of south beach successful doctor. He's a dentist right. He's convertible all sports car yet with the license playing the Maestro so he used to hang out at night clubs and he knew people so he starts dating a girl named Catherine mcdonagh. Panama has ties to gang members. She shares kids with some other guy named Sigfredo. Garcia Garcia is friends with Louis Rivera Garcia. Rivera Kill Marquel. Why are and Rivera on trial? And where's Charley Adelson. We don't know the bottom line was not charged still not charged. And that's a big controversy in the case. Is that the man who prosecutors say orchestrated. All of this has never been been charged. And there's such a discrepancy between him and his family with lots of money and the people who got charged poor with no money in the beginning of the trial. I thought Wendy it has something to do with it but by the end I absolutely think that she did not the Wendy testified at trial. Okay so let's listen to a little bit of her testimony. Tony when asked about whether she was involved in this hit were you involved in any way and plot to kill Dan Marquel. No do you have any knowledge other than the statements. You said your brother made or the jokes your brother made. Do you have any knowledge of anyone being involved involved in a plot to kill your husband. No so I don't think Wendy new but all the connections were made here during this trial. Wendi testified she'd met Catherine author and McDonough when they make of what was dating Charlie Adelson. So that wasn't in Dispute Garcia. The baby's daddy who mcdonagh was on trial with. He's he's met Charlie Adelson. Where's Charley Adelson? I don't know I am hoping in Twenty Twenty we get some answers and battle was a hung. Jury was convicted. That's right so we could. We're going to have a trial on twenty twenty. Well here's the deal. Regional data what. Yeah I think it's for April twenty twenty but mcdonagh. What is is is still out there with this? You know she's GonNa have a new trial that's fine and maybe Charlie will be on trial with her and she did address the issue of Charlie Adelson when she testified. Listen to this. You have information that chart involving this. Do I have information. Let me based on everything that we've been seeing but I don't have personal information based on everything you've seen. Do you think Charlie was Gordon. Yes you try to ninety. Yes I think in two thousand twenty the big Mahar. That's what they call Charlie Adelson's Big Maher that means okay so all my Jewish friends they use that term for guys. Jewish guys who think they're like hotshot Scott your shots you know. And that's the kind of those book he's so he definitely is. You'RE GONNA get people killed. You Got Chutzpah but I think Charlie Adelson. There's something going on in Tallahassee and it's not the police department I just you want to put this on record that when Dan Marquel was killed in two thousand fourteen the Tallahassee Police Department did exemplary. Police Work Two a years tracking down cell phone evidence surveillance video everything to find the killer of Dan Marquel and then they did suspect Charlie Adelson. They wired fired his phone. So all of these phone calls came into evidence are GonNa come in during the retrial again and they did everything they could to bring. Charlie Adelson to justice is the prosecutor. She believes that he was at the center of this whole thing. May Be instructed by Donna. But Donna's the Nice old Jewish lady in Miami. Amb Beach mcdonagh is. They've been trying to get her to testify against Charlie but she testified at trial and that trial. She testified no direct knowledge. No link she said I had nothing to do with this. Obviously which completely destroys any possibility that prosecutors could ever call her as a witness against Charlie only because she would have to contradict her testimony from this trial so it would never be credible. It's going to be some retrial. Can't wait eight till twenty twenty all right now. Another big one. We're going to talk about coming up. This was one the entire case. Entire story was all caught on video of of course videos on court. TV DOT COM. But we're going to talk about it. It was a Florida versus Michael. Drake a man. Who was the self-appointed handicapped? Parking.

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In Your Court

09:36 min | 8 months ago

"court" Discussed on In Your Court

"Welcome to in your court and today will focus on the important differences between juveniles and adults when being tried in court in in this episode. Michael Talk About Juvenile Court and share three things that parents and or guardians need to know to best support their child in the process. I'm Jordan rich and I'm pleased to be back with my content and attorney whose firm content law specializes in criminal defense including defending juveniles. So Mike let's begin with an overview you of what a juvenile will face what juveniles Experience will be like in a criminal court how it either differs or is the same as an adult sure So the juvenile Google criminal process. It's called delinquency. Process is actually very similar to that of an adult process They have all the same rights most of the same procedures as the adult cord. They both follow the same rules of procedure Juvenile's are entitled to all those same protective rights the right against self-incrimination to refer to those right not to tell on yourself right the right against illegal searches and seizures ability to challenge those things The right to have a trial before a judge or jury if they if they choose they also have rights into Innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt very similar in many cases to the adult court. Those rights are all seen writes the juvenile has and the processes is are almost identical. Okay there are a lot of implications though people might have the wrong impression that when one turns adult that all of those charges whatever they might be my goal away. That's that's a misconception that people have absolutely so that's a big mistake that parents it make as well as juvenile's make when they are thinking about what to do with these charges many any people think that the juvenile record becomes either sealed or expunged when the person turns eighteen just somehow magically disappears. That's not the case in Massachusetts. The record is around essentially forever forever In Ken Follett juvenile even into adulthood a can affect their ability to change jobs in the future depending on the level of access that the employer has was a confederate ability to get into college effective receive financial aid indefinitely effective village get into the military seen many military crews trying to come into court. The new charges ages in order to get the kids a particular branch It can follow them into adulthood it. Should they pick up additional criminal charges. Later in that you'll record can be used against them. In determining what sentence Senate might receive as an adult for another criminal matter so it's extremely serious yet on in front of these things and make sure that you're treating it seriously in not just blowing it off because while it's just the jewel case nothing back in how lots of as I say implications so let's let's talk about the role of the parents or legal guardians in the case of juvenile. WHO's facing charges? What do you see? He is their role and their rules to help guide and support their child. I always tell parents quite simply. They have a very different job than I do. Their job is to guide guide in protecting to help. Their child becomes accessible person to become a good person to become a contributing member society. My job is simply to help them to to get the least amount of punishment or quite frankly no punishment to these particular charges. In many cases the child may have actually committed the crime however. That's not my job. My job is to make sure the prosecution proves that they did that or keep them from proving they did that in order to make sure they have the least amount of punishment possible. Well there's a lot at stake here I think. That's the key element limit this is that could affect a young person's life for forever right so the other thing is that I always have to stress us with the parents is the juvenile. The child all is my client. Does this the one circumstance in which a twelve year twelve or thirteen year old kid has the right to order me around the attorney so to speak if they are smart they will listen to the advice or given them and guide them through this process. But they're the pliant Many times parents want to overreach again in the in the best interest of trying to help their own child however they oftentimes we'll overstep in but ultimately any major decisions get made half by the child with of course the support and guidance of the parents. Would you have a scenario. An example apple in general terms of how doesn't work well when apparent oversteps short confuses. The situation oftentimes dealing with again adolescence. Children's for the twelve and eighteen. They don't know where to turn they. They want to listen to mom and dad. 'cause they don't WanNa go home and get yelled at a get in trouble for it but they also want to listen to me because I actually have have experience in the field. They get very confused very quickly. And sometimes they don't make the best decisions under that enormous pressure that is between the two forces there and so ultimately the apparent who may have no legal training. You have no experience in this either. Could get their child in certain circumstances to make a quite frankly a poor Leo Decision Mike. We know the the ages twelve to eighteen in Massachusetts that legal definition of juvenile doesn't necessarily correspondent other states that way though it does not okay and the question that people probably have as I do is what of a under the age of twelve individual commits some kind of crime or is accused of something what happens then is no punishment honey Schmidt in the juvenile court is not a criminal charge cannot be brought against that person. oftentimes is other mechanisms through the juvenile court. That can be used this. What they they? Call a child requiring assistance petition that can be filed. The child can be provided services by the courts. Such as counseling. If it's bad enough they can be removed from the home and put put into a group home setting However as far as a criminal record criminal punishment? There's nothing that you meet up as an attorney who specializes in this area. I mean working working with adults working with young people is different. Tell me in your own experience. It is different You have to but I will say it will stress one thing is I stepped in the juvenile court Both after being in five years I had never dealt with a juvenile case before a first time in a realize similarities in the system and I also realized allies. You know what the kids have the same rights. I want to treat them the same only given the same respect is given adult client So we have to. You know understand that they are children but at the same mm time not talk down to them you have to be straight for with them So so your job is Along with defending someone is educating both that individual will end their parents or guardian because the whole neces- stuff that people get themselves into and it's very confusing and a lot of fear involved of course at fear and stress goes hand in hand with everything we do so we have to educate both the parents and the juvenile's asked exactly what's happening in the case that we have to make sure they understand everything that's going on to make sure that they're comfortable optimal with it. Can you just speak to something. We're going to be focusing on in another podcast. That's Miranda rights. Very quick definition would be great to start and then I guess the Commonwealth solicits as you point out to me is putting safeguards in the case of juvenile waving such rights. And we're GONNA do a whole podcastone is because it's so important but what are the Miranda rights in general role and how are juveniles being affected most people in the end the Moreno writes from TV. You know everyone's heard some seen someone get arrested in here. The other right to remain silent near the all right to have an attorney you have the right to have. The attorney wasn't present during questioning right. You have the right to stop in time. Those are the Basic Miranda rights in their meant and to make sure that someone doesn't confess to the police without being properly advised of their rights in the situation As it goes hand in hand with the Fifth Amendment I am and the right against self-incrimination again. I like to refer to right not to tell on yourself and in the case of Massachusetts Any changes in the law that people should know about head of affected juveniles knits. It's less of a recent change however in addition just being read those rights. Juvenile's have additional safeguards put into place In if a a child under the age of fourteen it's required that they can solve the parent prior to waiving those rights. Please can't just go pull a kid out of school and start questioning if there's a thirteen years old is between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. The better practice they say is that a parent should be present in the juvenile show. The opportunities ashes consult about what the rights are in whether or not they should waive those rights and only time. It's going to be allowed in court if that if that didn't occur. Is that the please demonstrate that the persons of a very high levels occasion our experience in the court system okay in summary. Then we're talking about a very very serious time in a young person's life family involved. Maybe school I mean there are a lot of moving parts. If people are concerned confused then and have questions obviously they can reach out to you but why is it so critical for anyone in this position to have the kind of expert help that they are going to need again. I I look at it like this. Most children in in many adults are short-sighted okay. They don't they can't see beyond their own face particularly children Most kids don't think about anything more than what's going on that weekend in playing with their friends so they don't think about protecting themselves then they don't think about how this case is going to affect them five ten fifteen or twenty years down the line. It's very important because it can have long reaching effects and I liked to come in to be that guide. Say Hey listen you you may not you may want to do with the easiest thing is now And that could mean getting on probation or taking some sort of a plea and that's gonNA endings quickly quickly but it could come back to hurt you later on and you have a good case here. We want to see what we can do to make sure you have a better sentence or no sentence at all because we've discussed. This could be a critical moment in someone's life and it's important to get professional sound legal advice from someone who really knows what he or she is doing. That'd be.

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Full Court Press

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"court" Discussed on Full Court Press

"We're going to beat and basi something that western conference landscape there like oh. We're not configured to do very well calling this match up or that matchup might do the right thing. I would say like portland like portland would be kind of tough for them. Mike you the two smaller cards. Are you going to have going to have and paul. George guard them like if i don't think they're portland's necessarilly threat to knock them off but it is when you have this like embarrassment of riches you you can kind of get a little bit selfish and really start specifically looking at maybe golden state's a better example of of what they would what they would want to look at like a team that could really be a threat <hes> but <hes> but yeah i would assume that's what they will be looking at as they assess your what is our path to the championship who could be in the way and how how do we counter for that yeah and you think about who defends yokich. If they get into with denver you can trust you box to start in the primary guy on him. I love what herald has become but he's not an awesome defender value offensively defensively he. I think he's a bad. I think it's fair to say it was bad defender took him in good that he might be helped out by playing against paul george alongside paul george and this year but if you if you watch much hero ploy last year i would not say he was even approaching an average defender in when i watch last year i often said to myself well this. This is working really well. Offensively 'cause they're playing seeing louise placed so fast so decisive in pick and roll that they really use a lot of energy office of lii and then the the player every player does have a limit on how much energy they can expand on each end of the court and maybe that's maybe i was cutting into much slack but he he could be a bad defender career will be the case but again. You're gonna go into a series against yokich narco what he's back now. He's not the dynamic playmaker obvious that you could use but he's just a guy that will lean on on your big for thirty two minutes. Do you sign up for seven games of that. You're putting a toll on your guy so i think that this team in some way adds a center and it's it's funny that the lakers lakers got so desperate with the bookie injury that their test driving dwight you know up until you know no which is to me just kinda wild lebron consumes enough oxygen and things like that that maybe dwight won't have the oxygen to kind of be the normal dwight. We'll see and i don't mean that negatively took lebron lebrons. It's like such kind of has a gravity to him such a massive star his orbit. It's just different. You know. We'll see but i cannot not see the now that we've talked. I cannot see the clippers starting game one of the postseason with there being here. I just can't see that happening. Stephen adams it could be could be an interesting one. I mean they do. I mean it's not just lou williams. They have like they have harvest. They have those like middling salary ellery guys where they could where they could make a move to like to stack up enough cash to be able to bring back a twenty. Some million guy like i like stephen adams who may may not be a great deal at that but andre drummond something like that on the yeah. I'll tell you this yes. You don't wanna punt one season of the prime mcquay p._g..

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Full Court Press

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"court" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Position mantras herrell got a lot of love from the full court press podcast most of last season had a really good year but not a guy that's anyone's gonna see as a guy that projects to be starting level player on a really good team good role player glued ide good to a player position he's worked really hard to advance his ball skills as shooter even as guy who can operate in the short roll and even though he's mostly a below the ram type of player he doesn't have a vertical leaping ability that you know guys like his team deandre jordan has but he's still very sound defensively i'm thinking he's gets contractors that day was at least don't you think yeah i be surprised if some team doesn't give him some type of multi your offer i don't think it's going to be big big dollars but he's definitely a solid to a player in in a league now that doesn't see ton of two players at the five spot in you know especially for a guy that really plays very physically and can we're very very hard on the glass and even though he's not the biggest guy at five he plays big so he's he's a very efficient player he's very effective player some assuming this someone is going to make him some kind of an offer but the clippers really don't you know with jordan gone they do have marching cortott now but he's you know on the last year his contract and not sure they go todd is the future for the of the center position and i wouldn't say that i am not the future and i'm sure that much heralds not the feature either but you know the thing i if i'm an mba secutive and i'm thinking mantras herrell i think herald could be starting center if you have a team that plays twenty twenty five minutes a night without a true five and you need that guy that goes in there and start someplace physically place with energy on both ends of the floor sets the tone for the game plays plays the physicality and plays the game the right way and then you go to a team where maybe before that plays up to the five etcetera etcetera so if you have a starting center that plays eighteen twenty two minutes night and then place a lot of small ball i think herald could be started on a really good team i don't think he's thirty thirty five minute night guy that's going to go out bang against every center in the league so i think there's a lot of value and he's very fundamentally sound player very coach able hard worker great teammate i think the clippers probably know that about him and the clippers aren't loaded with players that are projecting long term for them they have a lot of decision to make even at the guard spot with beverley not being fully guaranteed with those not being fully guaranteed i don't know he is a player as a player option that into it right but after the player option oh is still not fully guaranteed i think it's got so i think that they've got some tough decisions to make tobias harris plus their parents talking to the case apparently and they drafted two guards you know they're in the law it's hard to read the t t leaves on what the clippers are actually prioritizing right now and you got to buy harris has one year left so i think the clippers i think he's emission this text to me earlier today is that the clippers are the team that is almost impossible to figure out what where they're headed trade trading austin rivers probably was a big shock that we didn't see that coming like i said harris right now who's going to be an undershirt free agent next summer marching tots on his last year lou williams has two years left in the third years on guarantee so who was the clippers who knows but the one piece that they can't control and they like as mantras heroin and i don't see any reason why they wouldn't keep him he's not gonna get a massive offer so anything reasonable they should match it would make sense otherwise for me there are gonna be mad if.

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Full Court Press

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"court" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Welcome to the full court press podcast insights observations from around the national basketball association we aim to provide an intellectual and analytical perspective to what is happening on the court here's your host glenn willis okay the nba season is over the warriors one in four games and just to kind of revisit our predictions or projections dane ended up being most correct and that he had the warriors of the highest percentage likelihood win the series and they won and four so he wins that contest not that anyone really care i still contend that game one two very well gone the warriors way but i think reckless right to point out that that was very much evidence of the talent gap and that dick abba leers kind everything to go their way to be able to to really compete there so we are going to use our next to episodes at least a focus on the draft there's no way we're going to be able to get through the entire draft class so we have selected twelve players that we think are sort of the most intriguing in terms of players that could end up really being drafted in the lottery postlottery late first round some of these even go second round most of these as wings we're not gonna talk about the bigs as content the contrary feel like you're probably getting all the analysis you could ever get on the bigs of this draft class and a lot of the lottery productive players are bigs so we're going to kind of stay away from them but we have six players this episode of the next week will drop episode with another six players that we think are the most interesting to kind of go in on before we get to that greg i think i think it'd be important for us to talk about sort of our methodology we're not we're not like year round content providers on draft material like some other outlets are and we i personally value those outlets a ton and so we're not.

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Full Court Press

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"court" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Inside sill seal go for the office rebound had a lot of impact their capello he knew he get a finger on it if not they all got back when they got back they got my stuff the worst looks that's even choice like i don't know if that's something that you say okay we're going to be committed to doing that i wonder if against golden state and playing a seven man rotation or seven guys who can even play that way if it's even possible i don't know if i i think that gold state has has too much firepower to to make you do that at a level that that you will that you can be able to play five on five defense without getting tired i i don't know if i don't know if it's possible and then the rockets blow up that problem even more so by being so reliant on isolation and their style of offense is more exhausting than than obviously than the average team it's i don't think they had a saying that a shot but it's if they can't do that if they can't get the five guys back in transition defense and stop the ball and get into a half court setting the majority of the possessions you dawning supporters and that's probably gonna happen in cleveland to is i think whether fatigue will also be another factor they're all and then getting back in in transition and transitioning five guys back all the way to the nail and seeing able to see the floor see their man squared up and say okay we're gonna play defense now they can do that sure you gotta you gotta shot to stop them on that possession if you do that every single possession you gotta shot to beat the worse i think it's impossible to affectively transition defense against golden state warriors so where i was watching in second quarter thinking like well rockets really have solved for this may be the more correct way to look at is like all like your zoom out.

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Full Court Press

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"court" Discussed on Full Court Press

"Okay we're back so when i thought ended up being the biggest benefit lineup versus lineup swollen saw last night was that allowed lebron defend horford and it gives kevin love a little bit but in the he if we hard to get him since cleveland's not switching and who slow to have to defend a tatum or jalen brown or a marcus morris and in the question i had after two while i was still like okay i wanted to stick with my we've fifty five percent prediction that cleveland's gonna win it's funny because twitter cleveland out fifty five percents after game to you and i was like that's like an awfully familiar that's what i had for this series started but lebron defended horford a lot in game three in that can't happen if tristan thompson on the court that can't happen if it stops or dances not on the court it's so i thought that was a huge part of why horford really had no impact offensively you put a stronger faster player in front of him and say okay the blueprint for horford in that office small year is you can dribble around almost any opposing center that's gonna defend you you can step back hit a three point shots and almost any santa's tiffany is not gonna be quick enough to kind of close out really challenges shot will von can do all of the above so that's out you dane does that that really defensively kinda lined up cleveland to be best really well man to man no switching and everybody was kind of capable of sticking with the guy was there because after game to where i was a little bit scared that like god what does this turned into a sweet because cleveland has not been competitive i was asking myself that's cleveland just have so many defenders that are slow in the boston office players just dribble around the basket which is what they made twenty six shots eric.

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The Queen's Court

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"court" Discussed on The Queen's Court

"Wait give it all along we have we had a wonderful ninety nine on the supreme court my supreme court just k all new york city the logo all the way from atlanta georgia and it is me y'all south beach shows topics you talk about that in the show about domestic violence watched what was his dan ry that's why he be maybe like why is she standing one bet take off thank out multiple glass becker nagel then adding again put a better we we had to put bolton watch as the women you you you cannot subject yourself to such use like because it's my she waited she waited like she's been to them before issue white for you to be down to the ground identity was like and he will have managed that out of the lesson i lose he was what you like.

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