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Fresh update on "court " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"New York has approved a sweeping overhaul of the state's handgun licensing rules after the Supreme Court ruling. Governor Kathy hochul signed the bill Friday. What we're trying to do is protect the legitimate right of private property owners by telling them they don't have to have someone walk into their establishment, but they concealed weapon. CBS News brief on their Reuben. Three 34, Democrats are trying to make abortion rights at issue in some key U.S. Senate braces following the Supreme Court's recent decision to overturn roe versus wade. Mitchell Miller, with more from Capitol Hill, Saturday morning. We will not be intimidated. I will fight and never back down. New Hampshire democratic senator Maggie Hassan, with a new
Fox News: Biden Admin Misses Major Oil Lease Deadline
"Fox News the Biden administration misses major oily deadline This administration all right Ladies and gentlemen Joe Biden is never ever Going to agree to the production of more oil natural gas coal nuclear energy never They are trying to starve the American people they are throwing sand in the engine of our economy To drive this nation into their ideological grasp What's not being reported is what I've been saying At the same time that they're at war With all of our institutions the Supreme Court the border patrol local police the United States military the list is a long one There are number one enemy is American energy Their number one enemy They would rather deal with a genocidal communist regime in Venezuela they'd rather deal with a monarchy genocidal regime in Saudi Arabia Then give one inch of land Our coastline For domestic production
Fresh update on "court " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"From D.C. all the way up into New York City in Boston. Texas is the latest state to allow abortion bans to take effect. The state's top port late Friday night enforced restrictions and bans on abortions. Planned Parenthood president Alexis McGill Johnson says, lawsuits are being filed to make sure women have access to care. Focus on delivering care, demanding accountability, disrupting these abortion bans and making sure people know how to decide in November. New York, lawmakers overhaul handgun rules in an effort to preserve some limits. Steve butterman has the latest. The move is a response to a U.S. Supreme Court ruling that people have a right to carry handguns for personal protection. Those behind the new law say it strikes a balance, allowing it to comply with the high court's decision, but still keeping weapons away from those who might use them recklessly or with criminal intent. I consider today to be a return favor to the United States Supreme Court. The law requires people applying for a license to turn over a list of their social media accounts, and also provide character references. Steve utter man CBS News. More aid is headed to Ukraine Friday The Pentagon announced $820 million in new military help. This package includes surface to air missiles and radars to respond to Russia's long range strikes. WNBA all star Brittany Reiner's trial began Friday in a courtroom in Russia, griner was detained after cannabis oil was allegedly found in
The Liberty Amendments & the Supreme Court
"This book helped launch along with meckel's group The article 5 movement and it was written published 9 years ago 9 years ago One of the amendments that I proposed one of the liberty amendments that I proposed In addition to establishing term limits for justice which I still believe in Included the following Section four of the proposed amendment Upon three fifths vote of the House of Representatives and the Senate Three fifths vote not three fourths three fifths Congress may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court I'll explain why I did that That's continue Section 5 The congressional override under section four is not subject to a presidential veto In shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state courts In other words Congress three fifths of both houses can simply overrule a majority Supreme Court opinion There is no judicial review there's no action by the president Section 6 upon three fifths vote of the several state legislatures The states may override a majority opinion rendered by the Supreme Court That is three fifths of the state legislatures not a governor not a state court a state Supreme Court the legislature section 7 The states override under section 6 shall not be the subject of litigation or review in any federal or state court Or oversight or interference by Congress or the president
Fresh update on "court " discussed on Bloomberg Law
"Is illegal. I'm Jim Forbes. This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio. The Supreme Court ended a tumultuous term with a blockbuster decision limiting the environmental protection agencies authority to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and handcuffing the Biden administration in its efforts to tackle climate change. The court was divided 6 to three along ideological lines, and for the first time chief justice John Roberts adopted the so called major questions doctrine to justify a ruling. It's a theory that says federal agencies need explicit authorization from Congress to act on issues of major economic and political significance. Justice Stephen Breyer gave one of his fantastical hypotheticals to explain it during the oral arguments In tobacco. I suppose they'd started off and saying, we are regulating the advertising of four foot cigars, smoke through hocus. Okay? Now, the problem is, can you regulate tobacco? And if you can regulate tobacco, that's a very big deal. But they say no, it isn't. It's just this tiny, there are only three in the whole country. So it's a little deal. So it isn't the major question, doctrine. Joining me is environmental law professor pat for anto of the Vermont law school. Pat, President Biden called this another devastating decision that aims to take our country backwards. Is it that ruinous? I don't think it's that bad. I understand why he's saying that. I mean, you know, he's trying to rile up the electorate, and I don't blame him. And there's some justification, frankly, for that. The sheer fact that the Supreme Court did not take into account the reason that EPA was adopting this rule, which was to deal with the existential threat of climate change, is jaw dropping. I mean, how can a court not take account of what the agency is trying to do in the face of the threat, right? So Biden is right to say it's devastating in the sense that we don't have a court that is willing to seriously engage with the nature of the problem that regulations are trying to deal with, that is devastating, but the effect of the decision itself eliminating generation shifting as one of the tools that EPA has to regulate power plants, that's not devastating. For example, EPA has right now in the works or other rules that are aimed at coal fired power plants. What I'm saying is, yes, EPA lost a major tool with the West Virginia decision, but they're not helpless. They have other ways of hastening the end of the coal era. And I do think coal is The Walking Dead. I think we're going to be done with coal within a decade, even without this rule. The marketplace is already moving our energy system in the right direction. In fact, we've already exceeded the goals set by the clean power plan, which the court has just trashed and said is illegal. That plan had targeted 32% reduction in carbon emissions from 2005 levels by 2030. We've exceeded that already. So I suppose you could say, even though the court has taken away a major tool from Biden and from EPA to reduce greenhouse gases from power plants, the marketplace is making up for some of that. A lot of environmentalists are saying that Biden won't be able to meet his aggressive climate agenda because of this decision. I think that was true even before this decision. I think build back better was the primary vehicle for him to actually meet the promises that we've recently made. Of course, we've increased what are called the nationally determined commitments to the Paris agreement and those were not going to be met, even if we had the clean power plan or something like it. He needs more money he needs more legislation to achieve those goals, but obviously this decision is a setback. You know, one thing about it is the courts that what EPA can not do, which is require generation shifting from coal to gas to wind and solar, but it didn't say what EPA could do. In fact, some of Robert's opinion suggests that maybe EPA has other tools, but he didn't say what they are. So I guess we won't find out what EPA thinks it can do for quite a while. I think the proposed schedule calls for a new replacement of the clean power plan in 20,024. So we're kind of a long way right now from knowing what more does EPA think it can do in the electricity sector. We know the EPA has adopted very strong fuel efficiency standards in the mobile source category and we also know that the major components of the auto industry support those much stronger goals. Now there's litigation, of course, challenging EPA's fuel economy standards. But looking at the decision in the West Virginia case, I don't see anything in that decision that threatens the fuel economy standards, which are actually going to accomplish even more emission reduction than the power plant standards would have. As you say, the majority opinion doesn't address the climate crisis. So what did the majority focus on? So the 6 to three majority sees this as a pure kind of intellectual question of administrative law and statutory interpretation and do we give any deference to the agencies interpretation and do we think that the language of the statute is susceptible to more than one interpretation? I mean, Roberts actually sat that the clean power plan that generation shifting approach is quote a plausible interpretation of the text because of course the text of the statute simply says the best system for emission reduction. Well, my goodness, the best system is definitely generation shifting. That's the most efficient, most cost effective, most reliable and most significant way to achieve reductions, but he said the mere fact that something is a plausible reading of the statutory text is not enough. We need a clearer statement of congressional delegation of authority. Of course, he doesn't say how much clearer and what does that mean, what more could Congress have done to be clear other than to say EPA go out and figure out what the best system is for reducing these emissions. So if a head scratcher in that regard, but it is the law of the land at this point. The chief uses the so called major questions doctrine. This is the first time a majority opinion has explicitly used that doctrine to justify a ruling. Yes, I mean, the roots of this doctrine go all the way back to the Brown and Williamson case involving FDA's authority to regulate tobacco and actually by regulating it, they meant ban it, advertising aimed at young people. And that's the origin of what we sometimes call the elephant in the mouse doctrine, which is another name for this major question, doctrine. And the idea is when you have a long-standing statute, like the clean air act, for example, or in the Williamson case of the federal drug and cosmetic act. And all of a sudden, you have an agency for the first time in many decades saying, oh, and by the way, we read our statute as authorizing us to basically ban cigarettes and Supreme Court in that case basically said, what? All of a sudden, you found this authority. When you've never seen it before and Congress has never addressed it specifically. Now, however, this new version of major question is even more problematic because we don't know what major means, a rule can have major effects that could be beneficial, you know, they're big, but they're good. The court doesn't distinguish between something that's big and good or big and bad. It just sort of says, if an agency comes up with the court views anyway, as a new interpretation of an old statute and by the way, in
Abraham Lincoln Would Agree With Overturning Roe v. Wade
"Morons who are listening to me not you but morons will say but isn't that what the court did No that's not what the court did In fact this court undid that In roe versus wade the Casey decision and actually another decision In this court said what Lincoln said We should not have made a national policy decision In roe V wade and Casey in other cases to make a decision rather than as to those particular litigants and people in a similar position This court followed exactly what Lincoln said It said we're not setting national policy And this court as an institution failed to adhere to its narrow focus mission 50 years before And 20 years before Therefore we reverse what we did and the damage we did and it's up to the states Lincoln would have agreed with that
Fresh update on "court " discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Right, the president talking about this again yesterday about a row, et cetera. The president, number two, the president. The family voted for the first and foremost thing we should do is make it clear how outrageous this decision was and how much it impacts, not just on women's right to choose, which is a critical critical piece, but on privacy generally, on privacy generally. He's right. And one last one, the president yesterday. The most important thing to be clear about is we have to change, I believe we have to codify roe V wade in the law and the way to do that is to make sure the Congress votes to do that. And if the filibuster gets in the way, it's like voting rights, it should be we provide an exception for this, they accept the required exception of the filibuster for this action. To deal with the Supreme Court decision. Yesterday was a 36 year anniversary of the Supreme Court. Ruling on Bowers V hardwick, which criminalized private consensual same sex activity. And Scalia really dirty if they all went for it. And looking at like thurgood Marshall, William Brennan, all the heroes opposed it, right? Rehnquist, the segregationists that Reagan made chief justice. He supported it. They banned gay sex only 36 years ago yesterday. They banned it. And they used privacy as their excuse by saying, well, there's private religious beliefs that overruled this and show how wrong this is. And they literally banned consenting adults from doing what they want to do in private. Only 36 years ago. At least you still have a husband, Travis. Yes. But it's the same thing now. What we're seeing now is a marriage of Bowers versus hardwick and the fugitive slave act. Yeah. They're using all the old racism and bigotry. We are so by taking away women's rights. We're so happy to have a breeder in the studio. Yesterday was kind of a hilarious edition of lots of people calling to talk about birth control with three homos and Travis and Dana Goldberg. Listen, no one loves being called a baby killer more than me. I'm always like you idiots. He's ten. I had so many chances to make it look like an accident. And I failed. I failed at being a baby killer. Someone asked about the male booth birth control pill. Was that what it was? Yeah, so I found fun facts. Dana and Travis and I were like, yes, we are
Matt Whitaker Reacts to the Supreme Court's EPA Ruling
"On a case that is not getting frankly as much in is because it takes a little bit more to discuss, but it's pretty plain and simple. The EPA court, I was excited as much about the West Virginia case, is any of the other case believe me, I was excited about the Dobbs case and others. But this EPA case is something you saw firsthand dealing in the administration level that executive branches have believed that they can have more power than Congress gives them to give us your thoughts on that. Well, I think there's always been an unholy alliance between the administrative state, the ABC admin, you know, unelected bureaucrats and the Congress who don't have to make the tough choices of what they're actually going to regulate. And so they've offloaded in very vague statutes. Some of these powers, whether it's to regulate water, regulate air, quality, regulate all these issues, and of course the administrative state has picked up the baton and run as far as they possibly can. This West Virginia case, I think you're right. I think it's a very important case. Probably not the most important because Dobbs, you know, certainly. Was revolutionary in its restoring the balance of power in the constitution between three branches in the states, but ultimately this West Virginia case versus the EPA is puts the administrative Genie back in the bottle. Makes Congress pass specific legislation to address these issues that are determined to be important. And again, a restores power to the people and takes it out of Washington, D.C., and out of these unelected bureaucrats. So
Fresh update on "court " discussed on Bloomberg Law
"This is Bloomberg law. A divided Supreme Court rejects a religious challenge. Tell us a little about the facts of the case. Either views with prominent attorneys in Bloomberg legal experts. My guest is former federal prosecutor Jimmy Carole joining me as Bloomberg law reporter Jordan Rubin. And analysis of important legal issues, cases and headlines. The Supreme Court takes on state secrets multiple lawsuits were filed against the emergency rule in this lawsuit for real. Bloomberg law with June Grasso from Bloomberg radio. Welcome to the Bloomberg law show, I'm June grosso, ahead in this hour. The Supreme Court ends its blockbuster term with landmark decisions, using new doctrines to upend the lawn church and state and President Biden's climate agenda. But freeing the administration to end the Trump remain in Mexico policy. A
Doug Collins and Matt Whitaker Discuss the Left's 'Judicial Activism'
"Line, we got former active attorney general Matt winner, good friend of mine, got to know him a lot. We sort of traded books. He's been in my books. But Matt, it is good to have you on how you been today. I'm doing awesome. My friend, how are you? Happy Independence Day. Hey man, happy independence. It's good to celebrate it, isn't it? You know. We have the best country in the world. Well, and we just always need to remember the Patriots that gave the ultimate sacrifice or were willing to give the ultimate sacrifice. Not only to secure our liberty, but also to defend it for the last almost 250 years. It's really a celebration of just what makes America great, I think. Oh, I agree with you completely and looking at it. But I want to turn my attention, of course, we've had a, I think, and I said it in the first segment today. The left is calling a judicial activism. We're simply calling it back to reality and interpreting interpreting the law in a constitutional. I mean, what we're seeing out there right now is that it reminds me of the scene from The Wizard of Oz, the liberals. I don't think it's amazing because actual real law. But I want you to respond to this. I mean, what bothers me about this though is the president has been overseas. He's been to G 7. Whatever, but he's been there. But then when he had the opportunity when he starts talking about it, he actually degrades our court on a world stage. I want you to listen to this and I want to get your comments on this. I'm joined by a group of democratic governors. We work closely to protect women's rights after this tragic reversal of roe V wade. The terrible extreme decision in my view, upending lives and impacting on the health and safety of millions of women. And I share the public outrage at this extremist court that's committed to moving America backwards. And now Matt, come on. I mean, he said this day, but he said it on world stage. Tell me, what is this court extremist, except they didn't know what they want. No, I mean, I think this restores constitutional jurisprudence closer to the constitution. And I've never, you know, the Democrats are always talking about democracy, right? They're always like, we're a democracy. We're actually we're a constitutional republic, but let's not quibble. Ultimately, the people are sovereign. And this opinion restored the power of this issue to the people and to the
Liberals on Fire! With Guest Host Doug Collins
"Of the things that's always amazed me is we always hear from the left about the judicial item. We want an active living view of the constitution. Well, folks, an active living view of the constitution means that you have a political view and not a legal view. I've always said in Washington D.C. and if you're listing out there, you need to understand this. We don't vote in Congress. And when I was there, senator was there, we don't vote on words on ideas we vote on words on paper. And by doing so, that means that there are certain things that the words actually mean and actually say, and we need to understand it. The Supreme Court gets that liberals don't get that. I want to start us off though, play clip 5. I want you to hear what judicial activism really means to a liberal. If what we've seen this term is not judicial activism, I don't know what is. This is a court that has used textualism in so many cases, claiming that they have to find the founding fathers intent. And using that to do absolutely insane things like permit people to have AR-15s in public in this country in the midst of a wave of gun violence. But by the same token, when textualism does not serve this court, they don't feel constrained by principle. And so we see the decision that we saw today in the EPA case, where they used something called the major questions doctrine, very rarely used to say that Congress hadn't given the EPA sufficient authority hadn't been explicit enough in that grant of authority to permit the EPA to take important steps to slow the advance of climate change. And it's amazing when you think that we've seen that same doctrine very rarely used in our nation's history, used a couple of other times by this court in one case to end the nationwide ban on evictions during the pandemic. And in another to keep Joe Biden from requiring vaccination at large companies. So this is a court that's been very facile about how it's used doctrine. It's not a good look. It's very disheartening to people like Neil and like me who love the court and love the law because we understand that the core of the court's authority is its integrity. It doesn't have an army to go out and enforce its orders. Oh my goodness. Did you just hear that, folks? I mean, I could not have ever a vision, a better articulation of the liberals just upset about this when they said, judicial activism. Folks, they believed judicial activism is anything that the liberals want.
Mark Meckler: Biden Had the Right to Reverse 'Remain in Mexico'
"Mark, there has been a series of victories in the Supreme Court for America and for conservatives. However, just a few days ago, in the last 24 to 48 hours, Americans are ringing their hands over a victory that was handed to Joe Biden regarding the remain in Mexico policy. Yeah, it is absolutely frustrating and basically just for in summary for folks what it says is president Trump had put into place something called the remain in Mexico policy, which required somebody who was applying for asylum in the United States to remain in Mexico while that asylum determination was being made. And that resulted in the turn back as far as we know of at least 70,000 people who otherwise would have been brought into the country and released pending their hearings most of them never to show up for those hearings. Unfortunately, what the Supreme Court said is that the Biden administration had the right to and did reverse that policy and that that was totally supportable under the law. I'm going to say something that a lot of conservatives don't like. I think that the Supreme Court on this one right. Unfortunately, sometimes we get the right result legally and we don't like the result from a policy perspective, but I actually think they got this one correct. I think this was a discretionary policy that was put into place. And I think the Biden administration had the right to reverse it.
Trial for WNBA star Brittney Griner opens in Russian court
"To witnesses were heard at the start of the trial in Russia of WNBA star Britney griner griner has been held for four months accused of possessing cannabis oil while returning to play for a Russian team The witnesses were an airport customs official and an unidentified witness Alexander boycott is her attorney I could only prove that we had two witnesses that with the customs And we expect the next hearing on 7th of July That's it Griner could face up to ten years in prison Dmitri paskov a spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin says I can only operate with facts and the facts say the famous athlete was detained with banned substances containing narcotic compounds Elizabeth rood is deputy chief of the U.S. mission in Russia The Russian Federation has wrongfully detained miss Reiner Wrongful detention is unacceptable wherever it occurs Roode says the U.S. is working at the highest levels to get griner and other detained Americans safely home I'm Ed
Even the Pope Disagrees With Republicans
"Right, Supreme Court denied a religious liberty challenge to New York healthcare workers who were fighting against the state's vaccine mandate. But not without a descent from clarence Thomas, they claimed that COVID vaccines developed using aborted children, he argued that healthcare workers had legitimate injections to use in the vaccine, which he said were developed using stem cell lines from aborted children. First of all, in fact, COVID among many, many vaccines have used, yes, from they were frozen more than 5 decades ago. Yes. Right? Even the Catholic Church does not believe there should be legitimate religious corrections to using the vaccine. And the COVID vaccines have zero aborted fetus. Cells in them. And the Pope just gave communion this week. The Nancy Pelosi. Thank you. Because the Bible's not against abortion and the Republican Party is not pro life.
Debbie and Dinesh Review the Events of This Momentous Week
"I mean, what an incredible week it's been on so many fronts, but notably with the Supreme Court. And, you know, I got to say this is, I don't know if the right phrase is Trump's revenge, but the court has come through in a big way. No, I mean, just you talking to Kelly, you know, last segment. It's unbelievable that we could literally lose our religious freedom in this country, our gun rights pretty much every right that we have in the constitution if we had liberal judges. I mean, I think that is the takeaway because the three judges that, you know, I guess you call them dissenters, right? They were, they don't believe in religious freedom. I mean, they have a whole different take on all this stuff and so their view of religious freedom is official government hostility to religion. Absolutely. Their view is that the Second Amendment has got to be taken with a grain of salt. So if it means anything, it doesn't prohibit gun regulations. And then what I find remarkable is they want to import rights like the abortion right that's nowhere in the constitution. So they want to get rid of rights that are there. Right. And then import rights that are not there. Well, I mean, and it makes you wonder how well they know the constitution because as Kelly pointed out, Sotomayor was talking about separation of church and state, which is not even in the constitution. To begin with. So well, I think she knows that. I think what she's doing is and this is their notion of the living constitution. Right. They will take a letter that Jefferson wrote in 1803, and imported as if it's constitutional doctrine. Why? Because it's convenient
Kelly Shackelford on His SCOTUS Victory Affirming Religious Freedom
"Guys, what a perfect time to bring back to the podcast, our friend Kelly shackleford, he's the president and CEO of first liberty institute. He's a constitutional scholar. He's argued before the Supreme Court testified before the House and Senate. One numerous landmark First Amendment and religious liberty cases. He was named one of the 25 greatest Texas lawyers of the past quarter century by Texas lawyer Kelly welcome to the podcast. I mean, you should have a big smile on your face. This has been a pretty momentous week to massive victories for religious freedom. One, of course, the coach, the football coach spraying on the field and the other the case in Maine that involves sort of tuition subsidies and will I want to talk about both. But let's begin with the coach. Now that was a case that first liberty, that was your case. So talk about what the key issue was in that case and what the court what the court decided and what the other side was pushing for. Well, the case was pretty simple. Most people understand coach made a pledge to God that after every game, win or lose, he would go to the 50 yard line when people were milling around, checking their cell phones, talking to friends. He would the first thing he would do is go to a knee for 20 seconds, maybe 30 seconds tops, and just give thanks for the privilege of coaching those young men. And he did that for over 7 years until the school told them that if he did that again, they were going to fire him. And he did because he made a pledge and they fired him for going on his on his knee for about 20 seconds and saying a silent prayer. And, you know, the argument, of course, on our side was that he has free speech rights. He has free exercise of religion, right? So under the First Amendment. And they tried to argue that, well, no, some student, you know, might see him from 200 yards away and feel coerced to pray because he's
Dinesh Reviews the Latest Supreme Court Decision Taming the EPA
"The EPA has been writing all these rules to fight climate change, and they're basically one thing they're trying to do is make it almost impossible for the coal industry. The function in this country. And the way they do this is they take the clean air act, which was passed by Congress, and they expanded in such a way that it enables them to pass all kinds of rules that set certain emissions and put caps on how much emissions can occur. The net effect is we are almost you may say deliberately killing a major industry in our own country and doing it in the name of climate change. So this goes to the Supreme Court and it goes to the Supreme Court on the part of plaintiffs who say basically listen. Yes, there is a clean air act. But the clean air act was passed long before this climate change hoopla. Moreover, the Congress delegates to the EPA, the authority to clean up the air. And the EPA does have the right to make rules consistent with that delegation of power. But no, the EPA can't just say, well, since we have a clean air act, we're not going to take all these new issues of climate change, the oceans are rising, the temperature is going up, the global temperature, and we will now declare ourselves. The enforcer of this climate change ideology, and the court goes, where's your authority to do that in the clean air act? I'm now going to read from the court's decision. When Congress seems slow to solve problems, it may seem natural that those in the executive branch might seek to take matters into their own hands. But the constitution does not authorize agencies to do this. It goes on to say they can not be quote substitutes for laws passed by the people's representatives. In other words, an agency of the executive branch can't just decide what Congress can pass a law. Well, that's okay. We'll sort of make the law ourselves
Supreme Court Sides With Biden to End 'Remain in Mexico' Program
"As the Supreme Court moves to the end of this very important term, a couple of other important decisions that just came out. One of them did not seem to go our way, and that is the Supreme Court allows Biden, allows Biden to end the Trump era remain in Mexico policy. So to refresh Trump had the policy that basically said, listen, if you apply for asylum in the United States, you're not going to be let into the United States. You got to stay in Mexico. And then when you turn comes up for a hearing, you can show up and have the hearing, but this idea that we're going to let you in in the meantime disperse you within the country, hope that you show up for your hearing, that's not going to happen. Now, the Biden administration wanted to rewrite the policy, have its own policy, which in a sense has much greater latitude for people to come through, come through the border and stay in the United States pending their cases. And the Supreme Court basically said, well, there was a Trump judge in Texas who basically said, no, Biden can not change the Trump era policy because the immigration law is passed by Congress. Does not permit these illegals to make their way into the country. But the Supreme Court here held no, they said, look, each administration gets to draft its own policy. They seemingly don't think that this is such a departure from the law itself. So it's within the discretionary latitude, I guess, of the Biden administration to make these kinds of rules. So this is clearly a victory for the Biden
Julian Assange appeals to UK court against extradition to US
"WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has appealed against the British government's decision last month to order his extradition to the U.S. The appeal filed at London's high court is the latest twist in a decade long legal saga sparked by his website's publication of classified U.S. documents no further details about the appeal were immediately available Assange's supporters staged protests before his 51st birthday on Saturday his wife Stella among people outside the home office calling for his release from prison Julian Assange has battled in British courts for years to avoid being sent to the U.S. where he faces 17 charges of espionage and one charge of computer misuse Charles De Ledesma London
Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden's climate mission
"The Supreme Court's ruling on climate change is sparked intense reaction and signs of potential litigation AP correspondent Norman hall reports The Supreme Court's decision limiting the authority of the Environmental Protection Agency to broadly regulate pollution by power plants as sparks celebration and consternation West Virginia attorney general Patrick morrisey was among Republican AGs who sued the Biden administration over its efforts to combat the effects of global warming We beat them this time and were prepared to do it again and again and again California governor Gavin Newsom called the court's ruling and comprehensible You don't believe in climate change You got to believe your own eyes come to California Washington governor Jay inslee says states will now have to step forward with laws to regulate pollution Russian state is not going to allow climate change to swallow our state President Joe Biden issued a state but saying the fight against climate change will carry forward Norman hall Washington
Trial for US basketball star begins in Moscow-area court
"American basketball star Brittany griner has appeared in a Moscow area court for trial about four and a half months after she was arrested on cannabis possession while traveling to play for a Russian team Krona being led to the hearing in handcuffs with photographers on hand to grab shots At a closed door preliminary hearing on Monday in a Moscow suburb grinus detention was extended for another 6 months to December 20 the Phoenix mercury center and two time U.S. Olympic gold medalist was arrested in February at a Moscow airport police say she was carrying veep canisters with cannabis oil granite could face up to ten years in prison if convicted of large scale transportation of drugs I'm Charles De
Abortion, women's rights grow as priorities: AP-NORC poll
"A new poll finds that more Americans see abortion or women's rights as a priority for the government to address following the Supreme Court's decision to overturn roe V wade The survey by The Associated Press and the norc center for public affairs research finds that 22% of adults in the U.S. name abortion or women's rights as one of up to 5 problems they want the government to work on That's more than doubled since December for women 9% in December said abortion was a priority right before the ruling it was 21% and after the ruling 37% Donna water Washington
Thinking Big With Mike Cernovich
"Mike, what do you have to say to some Republicans that are still kind of very focused on, let's just say non controversial issues, corporate taxes, regulatory reform isn't a lesson post roe versus wade being overturned now is the time for us to think big to go for the impossible. I mean, the conventional orthodoxy is that you're right, no one thought this was possible. We've talked about that over the last, you know, over the last week in particular, so where do we go from here? What is the ethos of the conservative movement be then? Well, the bank movement here culturally is that the Christians within the conservative movement were always looked down upon by real Republicans. They never really liked the Christians, they tolerated them to win. And Josh Holly had a profound observation because he understands that he's lived in both worlds, right? He's gone to elite law schools. He was, I believe, a Supreme Court clerk. He's traveled in both of those worlds, right? And he realized how looked down upon Christians are amongst all of these big business Chamber of Commerce. So called conservatives. So the lesson here is that the real Christians don't need the Chamber of Commerce people, right? You have to make an adjustment now of who has the power and I say that not as a negative way to abuse power, but you have to look at who actually matters and who doesn't. And these people who think that elections are about whether or not the marginal tax rate is going to be 18% or 15%. You're along for the ride with these other people. You're not the ones dictating the agenda anymore. So I think what you have to do here is you have to press the advantage hard and you have to remind these people, look, we did all this without you. We all remember the 2016
"court " Discussed on Court TV Podcast
"Somebody two years ago what said this is what's going to happen with lars. I would have never believed k. Would've never believed as the search for the kids and laurie and chad continued in mid-january. Nate sunderland managing editor of the east idaho news as they started getting a few tips. That in chad might be in hawaii. A place lori was very familiar with she and charles lived on the island of kawai for a few years with jj entirely police. We're gonna go there. And they were going to try to eat and make an arrest or try to force the issue coming back to eastern idaho. We were able to go. Did you do something to your children. Are your children's still alive. That's a simple question. I've got three kids of my own. I can tell you every minute where my kids are at where your children bay question them ten minutes and we only got one response The entire time. Listen just tell people what's happening. There's people around the country praying for your children praying for you guys. Why don't you give us answers. That's great that's great. That's great that they're praying for you praying for your kids what you have nothing to say. How infuriating that was for. Everyone watching sincerely concerned. It's almost as if the public's outrage and concern for the whereabouts italian. Jj outweighs the parents with laurie chad now located and why prosecutors back in idaho came up with a plan to bring laurie back by filing a child protection order her to bring her minor children to the expert police department or the department of health and welfare within five days of being served a few weeks later with still no sign of thailand. Jj laurie valo was taken into custody. I- hawaiian police was transported here to the quite police department headquarters and booked into our cell block where she stayed until she got into her court appearance earlier. This morning i and demand four your required item. Lawry's first court. Appearance was short. She arrived into court wearing plain clothes. And it's packed courthouse. The judge sets bill five million dollars but significantly her husband chad day. Bell is sitting just a few rows behind her white shirt. Blue tie concerned look on his face. Chad was there again in early march with. Laurie made her first court appearance back in madison. County idaho wearing red lipstick and in orange and white jumpsuit. Also there larry. And k woodcock and laurie son colby. My whole plan is to go figure out a way to actually speak with her and you know be able to get in front of her and just her son just lead with their oscar. Where italian jar can't be the answer. This is not about laurie guys. This is laurie telling us where those two kids are coming up to. Dead spouses chad. Debacles bell's wife asteria sleep dies just days before his marriage to laurie plus lorries ex husband charles. So what makes her a danger to herself into other murder me remain murderer you when the doomsday couple. A court tv special returns.
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"Cover on court. Tv in the coming months. Have a listen. The casey anthony case parallel that to this. Except i think it's a bigger case. Bob not charles hundred who you are what you do with old consumer you. Now we're gathering together as saints as brothers and sisters at preparing for the second coming of christ serious health. I want her to get your news. Writing turns out.
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"Walk me to the opposite of Court Vision along with NBA All-Star. Jameer Nelson. Been Steiner here were back..
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"You and for me basketball has been a great chance to meet some great people and help some people, you know go from you know, small town kind of, you know, Hey, listen, I wish could do it to actually be doing it which is the best possible kind of testimonial that you could ever have actually want to know how much math questions one of them will put you right on the spot right now. Looking at bin, how can you help his game and two he never was like a prop guy like we never like pulled out clones and tennis balls and two two ball handling and it was just in and I do this when I trade kids it just me and the kid like you just made a kid. My imagination takes me where I need to be and that's why I try to tell kids like why don't you use perhaps and then you know the first one to me. I kind can kind of tell you what can do for them. But but I've never seen been play basketball, but you know, he's got his hair gel. So I'm guessing I'm guessing they were going to have work on his driving attacking angles. I get physicality I'm guessing is not there. I'm guessing he's going to be one of those guys that it likes to like the sidestep and shoot the fade aways off. I'm guessing just because of the you know, the the gelled up here for the zoom call. I'm guessing that we're going to go with physicality and handling pressure would be the first thing that we'd have to work. I wasn't sure I wasn't shooter. So yep. Shooter stereotype right there and then the second thing is the reason that I don't choose to use cones or tennis balls any of that kind stuff is not because I don't think that those help people out like I do think that if a kid goes in and does too loud rip went all day there handles are going to improve or they dribble and catch a tennis ball your hand there handles well improved. The reason is cuz you Canna more efficiently and effectively use that time and so my big thing a game Skills game result. What are you going to do in a game? Let's get really good at that. And so, you know, I mean when came up to Philadelphia,.
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"Good stuff, man. Then we going to let you go. I know you're in that bit then Arizona saying this girl man, so he's dead. He's ready. You know, he's been looking at the screen but he's been looking over this screen on my phone. I'm on do not disturb. I can't see anything, but I'm not sure I really like, how long did you work before for a while now? I really appreciate you coming on your mirror. But I appreciate you coming on on here in your storage. And at least for sure. We don't we don't we don't need to cut up and I'm a link. I'm a you know, I ain't go with social media, but I'm going to put you on a tweet then be like walk me through the shit, but I'm going to put you on a set here between it whenever we met Lisa awesome. That sounds good to go. Really appreciate it so I can take something in mind. What what are you shooting golf? I don't know, you know, so I shoot between 80 and 8 a.m. Okay. So when I was when playing I was like eighty eight. Yeah, so that's great. So we'll play a thousand hall and then I'll end up with a couple of Grants. I like that but the other day Jason was off on JJ's podcast and one of my buddies said hey Jason's shooting in the eighties. And I said no Jason not shooting in the eighties. I said, he just started playing golf and JJ was impressed that Jason was shooting in the eighties. So I FaceTime Jason I said, yo, you're not shooting the eighties already said well I had around the other day where I shot a eighty-eight and I said, yeah, but you don't consistently get in the office now would be like a Nico's will grow. I got 88 which means I'm capable I said, that would be like somebody like Damian Lillard say, oh, yeah, I usually score in the sixties because he's dead. In the sixties before I go that doesn't he averages 68 Jason goes. All right. Well, I'm just letting you know I can score in the eighties. I said, all right, you got always ask those little questions, you know what I mean? Cuz I as amateur golfers all of us. We always want to broadcast our best scores. But the truth is, you know, what are consistent average is is a whole different story than the than the, you know, kind of what we can get home. I'm going to Topgolf that's about it. I like Topgolf, you know top golfers. Yeah for sure good food good fun. And and occasionally you get to swing a club. You know what I mean Arsenal golf partial to enjoyment. So awesome. Thank you guys. Good to meet you..
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"Help your team win more games, you're going to have a ton of value in you're going to stick around the league for a long time. For what you're doing is it's obviously so great. And so many players like John Mayer Jason all the Brad love it. I want to know and I just wanted this for a long time as what is the teams perception of outside trained. I mean is there is you can't put me in the same category as those guys. They they're low very low below me in terms of knowledge of push you go ahead talk about age when he said there below him. He's a vet now. So, you know, know how most besides Alan Iverson every other vet. Once they get out. They suck hard time to the younger guys. Alan Iverson is the is most loved juniors in the middle Junior actually does give some praise. But Jameer still is a hard critic. So once you retire from the NBA, one of the things you have to do be part of the retired Club is start giving the trouble for the future Generations, but nobody to answer your question. You were saying you were saying, what was the big thing that you were asking ma'am? I wanted to know it's like what is the relationship between like how did a Celtics feel when Jason's you know getting great help from you but what's the relationship like they're how do teams view that I'm just very curious about it is a hundred percent based on relationships, you know, there are some trainers that they will not let in the gym and there are other trainers. They love having in the gym when I first started working out daily was my first full-time MBA client wage. I remember when was I showed up the Golden State and right after practice David, you know a become on the cord. I started working out and there were a bunch of people remember I started working out David when I was still at Belmont, so I was still a sophomore at Belmont and there were a bunch of people coaches in the gym that were like, who is this short little white guy that is telling David like what to do and I had to earn kind of respect around the league so that they valued having the issue and so what I do, you know, I put all my film edits together and I share the links to their Player Development coaches..
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"And then from there we'll just Word of Mouth took off and you know, the rest is history things are different during obviously Courtney what's going on right now, but what's like a average day for you a year ago. Yes, I mean last year at this time. I'm spending twelve thirteen hours in the gym. I mean first workout was 6 a.m. And last workout was 10 p.m. And it is enormous faith. And basically I normally spend like an hour or skill work with the guys maybe seventy-five minutes and then they'll go down. I I'm fortunate to have a lot of interns at want to learn the game. So they'll help me out and send them down to the other end when they get games shots. So all the shots that they're going to shoot during the season and spend another 30 minutes down there. So most guys are working out an hour and half, you know in the morning some of the lower minute guys and younger guys are coming back in for two-a-days get some shooting in at night the guys that are higher minutes higher-volume guys. They're probably only doing 1 90 minute workout, but it's very purposeful just so that they can be at their best when they need to be at their best during the season change and right now it's weird. I mean right now I'm down in Orlando with RJ Barrett. We're we're making some tweaks and adjustments on his shot and work on you know him becoming, you know more Shifty just moving dead. Better and more fluidly. So I'm working two days with him than outside of that. I'm just doing a ton of film work for my guys that are in the playoffs for the bubble and then a couple other guys like after our Jam going off to work with Zach LaVine in Seattle. So he's starting to get back into it. So we're doing some film work and starting to talk about kind of the Strategic program. We're going to use this summer and then the only other guy really outside the bubble right now with Brad Beal and he's resting after, you know, average Thirty or Thirty-One points a game and and having to go against Triple teams every night. He's he's relaxing a little bit and he's going to probably start up sometime in September brought you brought a birthday or speak to speaking of are real quick and a lot people like that means young player very talented. You just start with the shooting. You know, what what is something you guys are working? I mean free throw percentage is low 3% It was low and what are you guys specifically working on to make him back? Yeah. So I mean we made three real adjustments. The first one is posture. He was very upright had no legs and no fluidity. So just working on his posture was the first thing that we did we just met. Sure, we're leaning forward a little bit making sure his hips are dropped so that he can use his legs and connect his legs to his upper body. The second thing is his pocket his pocket, you know his moved in a lot of coaches like hell bulb in the problem is when you have left, he's a lot of lefties don't for whatever reason, you know, shoot with you know, a good Vision. You want a good Vision triangle you want to be able to see the rim with two eyes and he was blocking his job in a cause some problems in his shoulder for power. So we moved his elbow out which I know scares a lot of traditional, you know, kind of Basketball Coaches, but the truth is I had to do a Jayson Tatum wage. I've had to do it with a bunch of other Shooters tell you brother who had a really good year this year, you know, I had to.
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"I want to know about your career the whole. How did you make up the computer starts? Like how did you sneak? Yeah, I think the way we originally connected was I was helping John Wall up at a Reebok breakout basketball camp. So I was working with John and and running summer school work for some of the top high school athletes in the country at time in engineer was a Reebok athlete as well at that point in his career. And so I think ink tup at that point and and then that following summer he was looking to kind of, you know, add a couple extra years to his career. And so we linked up we We went I up to Philadelphia work them out for you know a week or two and then we ended up working together for the rest of you know, the rest of his career. We we normally get together a couple of weeks out of the summer kind of put together a strategic program for him. Then he would rock out he also had his crew that you know, he had been working with for a while. So I just kind of added a little different element to kind of give him some fresh looks so that he could, you know, try to log in his career the back half of his career and that definitely helps him and I mean people see the true handling them they don't didn't see like they don't see me off two times a day for a week or however long we went and you know, pushing me you you know, I'm already a vet. Which is hard to do to work with a guy who's ten years and because I and you know me I'm stuck in my ways through like let's do this going let him like Durango let so then I put him on the spot and am here to figure out a deviate the work out because I just know in my career. I'm not going to do certain things but then it became a trust Factor when I'm like, all right, he wants me to do this. I thought I saw his work enough in my game, but then it was like, all right, I start trusting me more and then it was like I'm boring around playing against certain guys and I see them going to move them like, you know them the same moves me so you can tell when it's like it was a true handlers guy when I play against a Bradley Bill, you know, what type of guys do certain step-backs of footwork, which was to me like the big thing that they do help me with with with my footwork..
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"And off the court. Thing for me is you know I ended the draft. My senior went back and I was projected to be a first round. Pick in I. Just wasn't ready. I said I wasn't ready to do all the GROWNUP, please you had to do the Bill Payne. Worrying about. Different things outside of the game as to be one more for when we as one of the key. In not knowing little undefeated that year, but that taught me so much more accountability. It's we're getting. It taught me structure. Our remember going Young! Is Office struggling school I. Just couldn't manage my schedule. Writers with Clandestine Study Hose and you store. In he gave me this perspective, he said you priorities put it on a ladder ladder. Onboard and he put my priorities. There s something no stick with me for the rest of my life whereas goodies, guys may not get that because they're in school like for the first semester dinner done. Knocking them because you got, you covered Make two three dollars a year. You know you'd be foolish. Sit At. Home but at the same time for myself just helped me prepare for. Work. ME. I stayed off for years. I need all form, and they still told me I would get drafted so i. need all those years just for like you said like preparation. You know, it Kinda. Dates back tomorrow by Being High School Hospital coach Jerry, falters, like legendary. Coach here. No Carolina and South Carolina. And You know used to keep the. Similar exercises like what you just said. He would have us go look at. It was like a drought board of all these different in stores. Short like fables and stuff like that, but they all hat lightning. So, we had to go. Look at what about free peers then he would ask questions like quizzes on go read the board, and they made me stuff about the optimistic work at the being time being you know just different life, stories and messages like that and I can't meet Georgia. Tech Ninety all photos years. You know what I'm saying. Complaints coach. Paul Hewitt. You know he was big on mental toughness. Inches being able to get through when you got more or less than you think that kind of mentality..
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"I look at it. It's the three heavy hitters. Acres the clippers and rockets those those are GonNa. Want that's might be your champion like one of those three teams, and then I think thunder like I keep preaching crispell. They've got a chance to at least make some noise I'm not saying they're going to the finals, but I think they could make some noise and upset. One of those big dogs. No I agree. I agree I I mean. The thing about the rack is on link is I I, don't I don't like the whole small. On. You know. You have to meet a lot of shots if you're GONNA play way. I'll reputable. You look at it like this. The clippers and the rockets we both. They're going to have the first round. Clippers and rockets play each other in the second round. How do you see the rockets getting through that series? When you break down the way you don't like their? I just I just think. I think he's talking about the clippers. Their deportee. Two guys who can be six in the year. So? Talk about another guy who's a top guy in in in the world and you can buy, and then you have. you have a ton of talent on that team. In different areas where you about the play team. This is really guard oriented in the. Is GonNA shoot a ton of jump shots. She was ten threes and rely on that. Whistling happened when when Kawai goes down low war like those guys are going to beat him up. You know in. Slow, they're gonNA slow rockets down. In my opinion is going to make those shots or three point shots a little tougher. You make you if you make them in a high. Fifty threes. And that's and that's that might be understated, and that might even be. Fifty threes and try to get a hundred possessions. But in the playoffs, the game is slow down. The game is slow. You have to pay half core. What. So you look at look at the warriors in the past, they were extreme. They were running every game in the regular. But they can play half court offers to. That's how they beat teams. They can do both when things got radic form because it. Says Player. He'll let you bet the the words were. Let you back in the game because they are solid play. This play half for offers. They could I don't think Iraqis complete half court offense. When you were in your prime, we've talked about. Sixteen seventeen points a game and you're in a really good system where there's everyone's everyone's ever eaten everyone's playing. Everyone's playing a team in twenty five year old twenty six year old you, would you want to sign with? The rockets were down. Let's say take Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook Jamir. Nelson plays that role nuts heart. Is that something you like as a player? Like what do you see as.
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"In. Play you. Can't you cannot when all those games they won at home and here we are at a neutral site. They were one the worst role teams in NBA with all that talents, the same talents at home as playing on the row, and yet to be even more together when you put on a row, From me being in leaker for two years and things we talk about our like when you have to be together going to fans. You're not sleeping in your bid. You're not eating. You're saying you might hang, so is there a different things that factor into road games? Like I said this is, this is different because it's a a neutral site, nobody has home court advantage, but they're not good on a road, neither so I picked celtics in six as well now. Why is that before? We Vance that next next series is why is that that the road is so togetherness, is it? Is it that maybe they're going out to dinner and Ben Simmons Joel? EMBIID or a different places is it? Is that simple as that? While I just off Mike Races. The teams that I was on when we will all went up when we went out, we all went up. We all did things together not every night, but for the most bar it enacted hang, and I was hanging with different guys at different times I can. Hey, let's go out to decide. Jj and I knew what he wanted to run. Go to a nice restaurant along at the time I knew I can go out with when I was with Ray Hill. You know just different is. Sometimes be an entire team, you know. We wanted things I did. The players entire team to Philly to work out into bond. I kind of took that for granted in the beginning. But as time going on I'm like that was something that helped us. Early on in the season one, we all started working out. To we just trusted one another, even more because of those things do. Coaches fall to Stan van Gundy Cup is that. Is that a? Is that a collective? The entire organization it more of a players while.
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"Were Celtics in. You know what's going to happen in the finders so? What's going to happen the finals? On play. The Lakers in Brian's on A. Hit the most improved player just because everybody city fell off his girl last year. So out, West we? What do we need to talk about? What do we need to talk? And we know it, you know. We see videos of the Brown, working out. So. He knows easing shape He's a great leader. Bring guys long with them. I. Don't see anybody beating them up there. We talk about any series one on west side, but. I, don't see I'd at this is hard for me to see or think that a team can be diminished seven game series when you have to top five players in the work. Welcoming the Court Vision Episode Number Five, I'm joined by NBA star Jamir Nelson can follow him on twitter at Jamir. Nelson and Ben Steiner Yours truly you can also follow me by my name. Is Ben Steiner Jamir? There's been. HOPE FOR NBA fans and Players Hope for MBA analysts. The NBA is back, and I will be returning in Orlando Place. You are very familiar with and took. One, hundred thirty NBA teams will be there, and it will be the eastern conference playoffs and the Western Conference playoffs as it always will be. What's your thoughts on that initially? I liked it. They're going to the regular regular playoffs. I thought just because it's such a unique situation. It was a time that they could play around with. Having everybody obviously the same place and just making it. A tournament style I think it will be a little more fun. Seat at it, you know 'cause you you on east coast or west coast, you play against those teams so many times to beat up on so much. I think it would have been a little more I guess. I don't know how to put. Teams have been. It would be ready for like a a whistle team if coming from the east coast. Vice versa. If they would have less at the tournament. Format. My favorite part of it is that it could have been something really cool with like video game style a you tournament, whatever but. You. Guys, you know the players don't normally care about this stuff, but as for the fans, people write articles, they talk about legacy and things of that nature, and I just worry that if it was a sixteen team tournament, they wouldn't give true props to Lebron if he won. They wouldn't give true props to Jaanus if he broke free. I think it would have been more like oh well. It happened that year and so what? The. Players don't think of it like that. Necessarily mean you speak for that, but I feel like a lot of guys writing articles, a lot of the fans. Well Sixteen team tournaments not real. Nobody discredits. Has Destroyed anybody who won a championship. Coming out of Alaska so I think it's the same thing i. mean up like a unique situation where. You know you gotTA. Have some type of format to play. You know whatever was going to be. It has to be a winner and you can't discredit anybody in my for that. Mean you still gotta lay among still gotTa play an and anybody can be any given night. No matter who they play I just think it will mid little more fun. Ultimately I think no matter what was. It was just been everybody's upper right now. Because we got sports back, we got basketball. Something to do in look forward to today. Before we get into the playoff matchups and and really break. Some of those guys down. What are those eight teams?.
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"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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