38 Burst results for "Court Order"

Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Buck Sexton

Buck Sexton

00:31 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Buck Sexton

"Violently, and they turned off the cameras during the harassment. Two hours, and then they said, Well, they were afraid and they voted, and then they went back to sign and they couldn't do it because they said, we can't do it because this is corrupt. This is horrible. What's taking place? Think of it more votes than you have voters. But that was the least of it. They have things that we're a Z bad is that this is going on all over all over. We're doing very well and A lot of states. A lot of good things are happening in Georgia. We're getting little help from government but a lot of good things happening in Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan. They're missing. What happened in Detroit. And we sure are looking at what's happening. And Pennsylvania Philadelphia What happened in Philadelphia? They keep the pole watches not only in pens, but they keep him out of the building. And the only reason they got back into the building was they got a court order. And then the definition of back into the building was very far away where they couldn't see anything, and they talk about close circuit television. Except you couldn't see it because the picture was so unclear. You didn't even know what they were doing. They could have been playing a baseball game. So it's a very sad thing for our country to have this and they have to turn over the results will be easy for me to say over. Let's worry about four years from that now. This election was lost by the Democrats. They cheated. It was a fraudulent.

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Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Rick Roberts

Rick Roberts

00:36 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Rick Roberts

"Stories that are even worse than the stories I'm hearing. Why wouldn't they overturn it? Election certainly overturn it in your state. Because we have other states that are just as bad. If you look at the Michigan with Detroit, you look at the things that happened in Detroit, where you have a voter. But you have more votes than you have voters. You take a look at Detroit, Michigan. You have more votes than you have voters. And then you have two people that don't want. Oh, certify. They don't want to certify their harassed violently, and they turned off the cameras during the harassment for two hours. And then they said, Well, they were afraid and they voted, and then they went back to sign and they couldn't do it because they said, We can't do it because this is corrupt. This is horrible. What's taking place? Think of it more votes than you have voters. But that was the least of it. They have things that we're a zoo. Bad is that and this is going on all over all over. We're doing very well and A lot of states. A lot of good things are happening in Georgia. We're getting little help from government but a lot of good things happening in Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan. They're guessing what happened in Detroit. And we sure are looking at what's happening. And Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. What happened in Philadelphia? They keep the pole watches not only in pens, but they keep him out of the building. And the only reason they got back into the building was they got a court order and then the definition of back into the building was very far away where they couldn't see anything, and they talk about closed circuit television. Except you couldn't see it because the picture is still unclear. You didn't even know what they were doing. They could have been playing a baseball game, so it's a very sad thing for a country to have this. And they have to turn over the results of easy for me to say over. Let's worry about four years from now. No, this election was lost by the Democrats. They cheated. It was a fraudulent election. They flooded the market. They balance and.

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Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Mark Reardon

Mark Reardon

02:44 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "court order" discussed on Mark Reardon

"To see what's going on. And this was an election that we want easily. We wanted by a lot official was on this morning on a Important show and said there's no way Trump didn't win. Pennsylvania because the energy industry was all for him. I saw, you know, with with my eyes what happened? And he told me horror stories. Absolute horror stories. That was the president. Just a few minutes ago, he called into a kiddie called into a hearing or some sorts of death. Yeah, right. You might know a little bit more about this than I would. But I think it's some sort of Pennsylvania hearing that's happening. Yeah, it's a I think Giuliani is actually there and trouble maybe scheduled to be there and he decided not to Kobe to call in. It's a It's a hearing in Pennsylvania about Election fraud and then also, a Pennsylvania judge has just issued an order to halt certification of the election in Pennsylvania to so kind of double breaking news. Yeah, double breaking news here, and it's a bit of a confusing ruling because Pennsylvania as we all know, Basically certified its presidential count. However, this judge's order is very interesting. It's a bit complex. Uh, I've got the glad you're looking at it. I'm looking at it. Let me see. I just I just had the language a second ago. So, okay. So here it is. So the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court issued an order stopping the state from certifying the presidential election results quote To the extent that there remains any further action to perfect the certification of the results. So even though the Pennsylvania general has attempted to, um certify its presidential There's still some other ballots. They're coming in and being counted, so they're like, Well, don't do anything further is basically the court is saying the court also blocked the state from certifying results in any other election races. Until an evidentiary hearing in the case Friday morning. Pennsylvania government, of course, run by a bunch of left wing liberals has appeal the court's order to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. So you know the point here is Liberals and the left and the national liberal media want to keep telling us this was the most pristine, perfect election ever after telling us for four years straight that our electoral system Was a heaping pile of crap and could not be trusted for anything. But now we're just supposed to move along, because there's nothing to see here. Well, this is a lot of seeing here, right? There's things happening. There's hearings. There's judges making orders. There's whistleblowers coming forward. There's 400 plus affidavits that deroy Murdock talked about. There's a lot of smoke. The question is, Will there be any fire? Let's talk about that. And so much more with our next guest. He is a state senator from right here in the Great State, Missouri frequent friend of the station friend of this show. Senator Bob Bonder from the Great County of Saint Charles. He's at Bob on Ramo on Twitter, Bob. First of all, Happy Thanksgiving to you, too, Ali to all your wonderful family. I hope you guys have a great peaceful Russell holiday weekend. School. Thank you, Tim. Thank you. End up Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family and Suzanne it zah wonderful day to be oven. Americans, Baba. We'll talk about how we should celebrate during the middle of the coronavirus China virus crisis. But first of all, Bob, you know, isn't it doesn't just stretched the bounds of credulity, And I hope the American people even though it's the holiday season or paying attention to once again, ah, giant wool blanket that's being tried to be pulled over our eyes by the media acting like No, no, Bob. Whether or not it rises to the level of changing any results. Well, it has changed some results in some In some areas of the state. I think there was a county executive's race or something to Michigan, where they went back and looked at everything and ended up flipping the entire result around. So, Bob, they want to try to tell us there's nothing to see here. Move on. Well, Bob, we got to make sure That the integrity of our voting of our voting system all across the country is truly safe before we just move on. Well, That's right, Tim. We know that every election cycle every election cycle in big cities across our country, including in our own state. Election fraud goes on. And it is the liberal Democrat political machines in those those those areas that we commit voter fraud you and do you know The last would say You can't prove that when we have to state rep races where we know it happened right here in Missouri in the last last several years, So it happens and the only difference Tim is that ordinarily, the Democrats have to do it between the time the polls close and Maybe the next morning now by stretching it out over a few days a week, be in the name of covert and counting all these mail in ballots. Um, you know, Florida hidden or mail in ballots than any of these states and yet And yet they managed to count by a few hours after the polls closed. You gave the Democrats political machines. Time to cheat. Yeah, and whether there you write him whether there's enough provable of fraud that is going to reverse the results of the election. You good for Donald Trump for for taking this on and in challenging this result, because it's only when you challenge these sorts of things that you really can have any kind of confidence. That that the election wasn't stolen. Bob. How important was it? Hockey? Was it that legislatures across the country maintained their Republican majorities in light of the fact that now see now that we know Bob how they're going to try and cheat because they showed us it in spades, almost with abandon almost You know a great brazenly How important now is it for Republican legislatures across the land toe, look at their state election laws, tighten them down and to get rid of things that actively promote fraud, like ballot harvesting and universal mail in voting. Well, there's no doubt that is the liberal Democratic agenda. It was the very first bill passed if by the U. S House of representatives after Nancy Pelosi reassumed the speakership was an election's bill that would it would call for Universal Mail in voting. Um, and also vote balanced. It just be mailed out even when voters don't request them and then allow ballot harvesting just measure after measure after measure to make it Easier for the left to cheat and steal elections. I know that sounds strong, but that is exactly what is going on. So yes, it is important. Um, you know, we've allowed some limited mail in voting this, uh, this year in the state of Missouri that it is not going to be expanded. If anything, we need to redouble our efforts at election security. Think we need to look at it requiring paper ballots and I think we need voter I d. No matter how many times the Missouri Supreme Court in their liberal activism, strike down our attempts and the voters attempts to institute voter I d. We need to get it done once and for all, so that we can ensure the integrity of our elections. Missouri state Senator Bob Bonder on the phone with us, Bob I'm listening to you talk about the different possible issues with election fraud this year if you're watching it nationally. What do you think is the number one issue that needs to be solved right now, so that we can be confident going into 2022 beyond Well, we really need to cut back dramatically it on one male and voting we need it really needs to be a a high level felony. Tonto. Keep election watchers out of polling places. Ballot harvesting has to absolutely be banned and in photo rules need to be cleaned up. Here in the county of ST Charles..

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects complaints about Philadelphia election observations

the NewsWorthy

00:45 sec | Last week

Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejects complaints about Philadelphia election observations

"Have a quick update about the flurry of lawsuits. The trump team filed over election results in battleground states. You might remember at first court. Order cited with the trump campaign who had argued poll-watchers allowed access in philadelphia. Because they had to stay at least fifteen feet away from vote counters so the judge ordered they could move up to six feet away instead. Well not anymore. The pennsylvania supreme court just reversed that lower court's decision and ruled pennsylvania. Law gives local officials leeway to decide the rules themselves in philadelphia. Local board said it made the rules to protect the security and privacy of ballots will also keeping employees safe during a pandemic trump's personal attorney rudy. Giuliani argues it. Was all an attempt to cover up voter fraud though against election officials. Say there's no proof of that either way. It doesn't impact the results of the election.

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The Latest: Pennsylvania judge sides with Trump campaign

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

The Latest: Pennsylvania judge sides with Trump campaign

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Pennsylvania judge sides with the trump campaign on a limited number of mail in or absentee ballots the trump campaign has secured a favorable ruling in Pennsylvania Commonwealth court judge Mary Hannah Levitt has ordered Pennsylvania counties not to count to mail in or absentee ballots for which the voter didn't submit valid identification within six days of the November third election trump campaign general counsel Matt Morgan calls the order win but the court order affects a subset of about ten thousand ballots that arrived within three days of polls closing as allowed by the state Supreme Court as of Thursday night Democrat Joe Biden leads trump by approximately fifty five thousand votes in Pennsylvania I might cross yep

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Gun-waving St. Louis couple sues news photographer

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gun-waving St. Louis couple sues news photographer

"Couple who stood on their front steps, pointing guns at protesters while they are now suing. They're suing. The photographer who took their pick, Mark and Patricia McCloskey contend the United Press International photographer trespassing on their property to take the photo of them confronting protesters. The marchers were demonstrating against racial injustice in June when they passed by the McCloskey's home and the couple came out of their house armed Nobody was hurt. Since then, the MCL Aussies had become popular within the GOP and even spoke at the Republican National Convention. The wire service has considered requesting a court order to stop the McCloskey's from using the photo as a personal greeting card. Correspondent

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Rudy Giuliani pushes election fraud conspiracy

Fork Report

00:29 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rudy Giuliani pushes election fraud conspiracy

"Resident trumps personal attorney Rudy Giuliani says there was voter fraud in Pennsylvania. This is outrageous, an enormously important contest with a very, very suspect method of voting. There was no security zero. Giuliani said Republicans never got the chance to inspect mail in ballots even after a court order to do so. Giuliani says Republicans were deprived of the right to inspect if the ballots were legitimate. He says it's illegal and unconstitutional and said the city has a sad history of voter fraud.

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Trump refuses to accept election results, says it's 'far from over'

Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

00:53 sec | 2 weeks ago

Trump refuses to accept election results, says it's 'far from over'

"President Trump says his campaign plans to challenge the results of the election in court starting on Monday, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The announcement came shortly after Biden won the state of Pennsylvania at its 20 electoral votes. The Trump campaign continues to accuse election officials in the largely democratic strongholds of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh of a lack of transparency. At a press conference in Philadelphia. Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani claimed without evidence that hundreds of thousands of mail in ballots were not observed by a single Republican, even when a court order was obtained to allow the Republican inspectors to get 6 FT. Closer. They move the people counting the ballots six further feet away. President Trump is refusing to concede. In a statement, he said. The simple fact is theologian is far from over.

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Supreme Court orders separate count of late-arriving Pa. ballots

Stephanie Miller

00:19 sec | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court orders separate count of late-arriving Pa. ballots

"Elections officials should keep late arriving mail in ballots separate from other ballots. Pennsylvania's secretary of state has already ordered officials to do that. Justice Samuel Alito says it's not known that all ballot counting centers are complying with that guidance. Late arriving balance in Pennsylvania could number in the thousands. George's Fulton County

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Supreme Court orders separate count of late-arriving Pennsylvania ballots

Lance McAlister

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Supreme Court orders separate count of late-arriving Pennsylvania ballots

"Supreme Court says that the state of Pennsylvania should be keeping late arriving mail in ballots separate from the other balance. The Commonwealth Secretary of State has already ordered just that. Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito says it's not known that all ballot counting centers are complying with that guidance. Those late arriving ballots could number in the thousands.

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Court orders FDA to assess environmental impact of GM salmon

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:22 sec | 2 weeks ago

Court orders FDA to assess environmental impact of GM salmon

"Judge has ordered the FDA to conduct an environmental assessment of genetically modified salmon that he said was required for the agency's approval of the fish. But the judge did not vacate the FDA approval of salmon for human consumption in the meantime, because, he said, the risk we're near term environmental harm is low. The ruling centers on Aqua about Yusa salmon, which are genetically modified to grow faster than normal salmon.

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Ashleigh Rae on Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence

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05:49 min | 3 weeks ago

Ashleigh Rae on Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence

"Welcome Melissa. Thank you so much for having me Teri. It's amazing. I want to start with the fact that you're you're conducting this interview under a stooge him because currently in Australia where you're based. There is a court situation where survivors of sexual violence are under a gag order essentially from speaking out publicly about their experience. So let's start there with this the law or the policy actually say, yeah. It's a birth of a situation for survivors. So basically what happened is our state government in Victoria was tinkering with one bit of our legislation around suppression orders and they cross you've got tunnel vision and didn't do their do diligence in terms of consultation and looking at who would actually be affected and what the outcomes of this would be and in trying to correct one bit of leads. Relation, that would make things a bit easier in one respect. They've ended up with this for lack of a better word. I'm this clusterfuck of a situation. Sorry for the swearing and it's now judicial proceedings Reporting Act which basically means that for a survivor of sexual violence to publicly speak out. They can't use their own name and you actually face up to 84 months in prison or jail and a fine or a combination of the two and if a media Outlet say like any of our television broadcasting Network's radio, what have you even if it's a podcast if they violate that and they publish a real name without a court order they're liable for a fairly Hefty fine as well. So that essentially means you don't have the right to your voice in Victoria in my state. You have to apply to the court for the right to tell your story if when and how you choose so we're currently going through that. Okay, so let me get off. Straight if you were to move to another province in Australia, would you have the right if you're outside of Victoria know so it applies to cases where there's a conviction secured in the same Victoria. So without going into too much more detail there that means I'm gagged from speaking because I have convictions within Victoria. And you said the intention was not to gag survivors of sexual violence, but now that this impact has happened. What are the people who propose this policy? What are they doing to rectify it? If anything that's a really good question. I wish I had a really good answer for you. It's been it's been a Survivor LED movement to hack the government to account here, which is been initiated by a journalist in Melbourne. Nina Finnell with the letters speak campaign, and it's been incredible. So we are really going hard at home. The government and saying you need to be more transparent and accountable personally. I've had several interactions with a Department of Justice. I met with them last week and we had a very long conversation about all of the areas not just in the law itself, but also in how they handled the public relations aspect of when it did come in out into the media and how awful that had Bane and letting them know that essentially the government had gas-lit survivors and knowing that young girls and boys and yet people were going to be watching this and feeling life. They couldn't come forward and Report because they were going to be gagged. What was the point really undermining all of the work that so many survivors and now police have done in encouraging people to actually come forward port. So what is the impact of this new legislation on the convicted perpetrators are they allowed to speak? Oh, it's a field die for them wage and part of the reason for that is because in the process of obtaining a court order somehow and we don't actually have transparent reasoning why this is something that we've demanded to know from our judges wage is that perpetrators have been notified and even asked for their views on this so it's it's fantastic for them. It really gives power back to them and takes away from the Survivor, which is really not. Okay. So as far as I'm aware perpetrators are free to speak to the media. There's very little holding them back except that Australia has really strong defamation laws, and that would be the only concern I'm aware of that they'd have so from an outsider's perspective the seems like blatant sex discrimination, especially if most wage Survivors of sexual assault are women and if those women aren't allowed to speak and the men who are convicted of these crimes are it seems like it's an issue that should be of national importance to fix. What is the, you know highest level of government doing about it if anything. That's such a good question. It's in in the context of Australia as a whole we've had amazing progress in terms of I'm gagging survivors. So it took several of our state's we actually had long-standing entrenched laws that prevented survivors from publicly speaking out and interpersonal actually run some really successful campaigns in the Northern Territory and also in Tasmania always in the last 18 months and she got those laws revoked amended. So that survivors could actually speak out. So they've had the right to speak before which

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Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence

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05:35 min | 3 weeks ago

Your Voice and Accountability in Recovering from Sexual Violence

"Welcome Melissa. Thank you so much for having me Teri. It's amazing. I want to start with the fact that you're you're conducting this interview under a stooge him because currently in Australia where you're based. There is a court situation where survivors of sexual violence are under a gag order essentially from speaking out publicly about their experience. So let's start there with this the law or the policy actually say, yeah. It's a birth of a situation for survivors. So basically what happened is our state government in Victoria was tinkering with one bit of our legislation around suppression orders and they cross you've got tunnel vision and didn't do their do diligence in terms of consultation and looking at who would actually be affected and what the outcomes of this would be and in trying to correct one bit of leads. Relation, that would make things a bit easier in one respect. They've ended up with this for lack of a better word. I'm this clusterfuck of a situation. Sorry for the swearing and it's now judicial proceedings Reporting Act which basically means that for a survivor of sexual violence to publicly speak out. They can't use their own name and you actually face up to 84 months in prison or jail and a fine or a combination of the two and if a media Outlet say like any of our television broadcasting Network's radio, what have you even if it's a podcast if they violate that and they publish a real name without a court order they're liable for a fairly Hefty fine as well. So that essentially means you don't have the right to your voice in Victoria in my state. You have to apply to the court for the right to tell your story if when and how you choose so we're currently going through that. Okay, so let me get off. Straight if you were to move to another province in Australia, would you have the right if you're outside of Victoria know so it applies to cases where there's a conviction secured in the same Victoria. So without going into too much more detail there that means I'm gagged from speaking because I have convictions within Victoria. And you said the intention was not to gag survivors of sexual violence, but now that this impact has happened. What are the people who propose this policy? What are they doing to rectify it? If anything that's a really good question. I wish I had a really good answer for you. It's been it's been a Survivor LED movement to hack the government to account here, which is been initiated by a journalist in Melbourne. Nina Finnell with the letters speak campaign, and it's been incredible. So we are really going hard at home. The government and saying you need to be more transparent and accountable personally. I've had several interactions with a Department of Justice. I met with them last week and we had a very long conversation about all of the areas not just in the law itself, but also in how they handled the public relations aspect of when it did come in out into the media and how awful that had Bane and letting them know that essentially the government had gas-lit survivors and knowing that young girls and boys and yet people were going to be watching this and feeling life. They couldn't come forward and Report because they were going to be gagged. What was the point really undermining all of the work that so many survivors and now police have done in encouraging people to actually come forward port. So what is the impact of this new legislation on the convicted perpetrators are they allowed to speak? Oh, it's a field die for them wage and part of the reason for that is because in the process of obtaining a court order somehow and we don't actually have transparent reasoning why this is something that we've demanded to know from our judges wage is that perpetrators have been notified and even asked for their views on this so it's it's fantastic for them. It really gives power back to them and takes away from the Survivor, which is really not. Okay. So as far as I'm aware perpetrators are free to speak to the media. There's very little holding them back except that Australia has really strong defamation laws, and that would be the only concern I'm aware of that they'd have so from an outsider's perspective the seems like blatant sex discrimination, especially if most wage Survivors of sexual assault are women and if those women aren't allowed to speak and the men who are convicted of these crimes are it seems like it's an issue that should be of national importance to fix. What is the, you know highest level of government doing about it if anything. That's such a good question. It's in in the context of Australia as a whole we've had amazing progress in terms of I'm gagging survivors. So it took several of our state's we actually had long-standing entrenched laws that prevented survivors from publicly speaking out and interpersonal actually run some really successful campaigns

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Judge "not pleased" after Postal Service failed to meet deadline on order

WBBM Afternoon News Update

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Judge "not pleased" after Postal Service failed to meet deadline on order

"Judge's postmaster general Lewis Joy, must answer questions about why the agency did not complete a court ordered sweep for undelivered ballots before Election Day deadline. Voting rights advocates, including the CP suit over some 300,000 ballots in 12 states that postal service data showed had not been scanned, confirming their delivery to election authorities. The agency said. It finished. The court ordered sweeps late Election day and they had found just 13 ballots in battleground Pennsylvania. But an attorney told the judge about a tip that four days worth of mail in ballots were still sitting at a processing center in North Carolina. Many states will not count ballots received after Election Day.

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Trump promises court fight over Pennsylvania absentee votes

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump promises court fight over Pennsylvania absentee votes

"President trump is pushing for mail in ballots received up to three days after the election to not be counted the president's focused on Pennsylvania whose highest court ordered a three day extension for ballot counting he's furious the Supreme Court did not block the move out a horrible thing that they've done you know that puts our country in danger continuing his months long and unfounded railing against potential voter fraud while he's threatening to have lawyers in Pennsylvania the moment polls closed tomorrow Joe Biden is promising all Americans that their votes will count there's nothing nothing is going to do to stop the people this does run voting soccer make ani Washington

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Late-arriving mail-in ballots count in Pennsylvania

Wendy Bell

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Late-arriving mail-in ballots count in Pennsylvania

"Top election officials says mail in ballots received by counties within three days after polls close will count, although she cautioned that More litigation could change that. Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar said today, however, that late arriving ballots will be counted separately for the sake of what she calls effective and clear Election administration in Pennsylvania. Last night, the U. S Supreme Court turned away it Republican Party bid to block a state court order granting the extended deadline for mail in ballots in Pennsylvania. President Trump tweeted that a three day extension for Pennsylvania is a disaster. A new

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Philadelphia - Supreme Court Denies Review Of Republican Appeal To Exclude Pennsylvania Ballots Received After Election Day

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:31 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - Supreme Court Denies Review Of Republican Appeal To Exclude Pennsylvania Ballots Received After Election Day

"The U. S. Supreme Court will not weigh in in on on a a Pennsylvania Pennsylvania absentee absentee ballot ballot rule rule before before Election Election Day. Day. The The Supreme Supreme Court Court is is not not granting granting a a pre pre election election review review to to a a three three day day extension extension for for mail mail in in ballots ballots to to be be received received in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State State Republicans Republicans are are asking asking for for that that appeal appeal after after the the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Supreme Supreme Court Court ordered ordered the the extension. extension. But But the the state state has has agreed agreed to to segregate segregate ballots ballots that that air air received received in in the mail after polls closed next Tuesday, and a statement from Justice Samuel Alito suggest those ballots could be challenged after the election of Jared Halperin,

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Supreme Court won't extend Wisconsin's mail-in ballot deadline

Rush Limbaugh

00:34 sec | Last month

Supreme Court won't extend Wisconsin's mail-in ballot deadline

"The Supreme Court upholding an appeals court decision that blocked an absentee ballot extension in Wisconsin, the Supreme Court rejected a pandemic related request from Democrats and civil rights groups to extend the deadline for counting mail in ballots received after Election Day in the battleground state of Wisconsin. The vote was 5 to 3 with a Republican nominated conservatives in the majority liberals and dissent. Court order show the deep division within the court about the series of pandemic related election cases that have come to dominate the agenda. As a result, all absentee ballots must be received not simply postmarked by the end of November, 3rd in order to be

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Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized

Native America Calling

03:50 min | Last month

Tlingit Artefacts Decision, ACA Concerns, and Arizona Voters Mobilized

"This is national native. News Antonio Gonzalez a collection of artifacts from the Clink Frog House clan can continue to be displayed in a Museum that's despite a legal challenge that reached Alaska's highest court as Clare Struggle with K. H. NS reports the State Supreme Court has apparently ended. A decades-old will dispute over control of the cultural treasures. When Frog House clan members disputed the sale of artifacts to a Canadian collector in the nineteen seventies an Alaska. Superior. Court judge ruled that they actually belonged to all members of clones frog. House. The court ordered them placed in the care of clan elders living in the clan's traditional lands on the Upper Lynn Canal. It added a condition, they could only be sold with the unanimous consent of all frog clan members until the safe place was found near cluck won the artifacts would sit in the state museum in Juneau. There they remained for decades. Until last year when the carvings considered masterpieces were returned to quad. But that didn't sit well with some descendants who filed a lawsuit last summer. They argued that by housing the artifacts in the tribes heritage. Center the court had given them to the whole tribe rather than the frog house. Petersburg attorney Fred Trim made case in September that the Jocic one heritage center and Clock One kept the artifacts out of the clans reach. The protests clan members of whom their one hundred and four cannot use the artifacts. Artifacts are locked up in a museum that's not under the control or even. Recently, accessible to the Prague House numbers that the State's Supreme Court justices were unmoved in decision released on October twenty. First, they wrote the lower court had been correct and only exceptional circumstances could overturn the ruling from nineteen seventy eight. The for house posts and a copy of a carped screen are displayed at the joke one heritage sun her and cluck one the center is closed for the season but group to are available by appointment. I'm Clare Trample new. Mexico US Senator Tom Udall spoke on the Senate floor. Monday calling for the protection of Healthcare for native Americans before the Senate confirmation of Judge Amy Conybeare it to the Supreme Court. You'll raise concerns about the future of the affordable care act due to upcoming challenges. Udal says a repeal would devastate Indian country. opened the doors for so many native Americans to access the care they need. Whether it's an unplanned medical emergency or routine wellness checkups and screenings. Access to quality healthcare critical for native communities face disproportionate impacts from the COVID nineteen pandemic. The federal government has a trust and treaty obligation to consult with tribes and to provide native Americans healthcare. The affordable care act permanently reauthorized the Indian Health Care Improvement Act to Ke legal authority for the Indian service and expansion of access to healthcare for native Americans. You'll was among a group of senators and opposition of Barrett's Supreme Court nomination. Racial Equity Groups are hosting a virtual event Tuesday night to mobilize voters in Arizona. A key battleground state the National Congress of American Indians is joining Hispanic Asian. American. Native Hawaiian, and other groups to host the event to discuss voting and a number of issues from Kobe nineteen to racial justice. The event will be streamed on facebook at together we vote a Z.

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Court orders California to cut San Quentin inmates by half

Forum

00:29 sec | Last month

Court orders California to cut San Quentin inmates by half

"Court has ordered California corrections officials to reduce the inmate population at one of the world's most famous prisons to less than half of its design capacity. Courtside it deliberate indifference to the plight of inmates at San Quentin during a pandemic. If there is no appeal, California prison officials will be forced to parole or transfer about 1100 inmates. San Quentin officials have reported 2200 covert 19 cases among prisoners, including 28, who died of the disease

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Hundreds of parents separated from kids at the border remain "unreachable"

All Things Considered

04:50 min | Last month

Hundreds of parents separated from kids at the border remain "unreachable"

"Since the Trump Administration ended its policy of separating migrant families at the U. S Mexico border and Still, hundreds of Children are separated from their parents. As part of a lawsuit over the policy lawyers and non governmental groups were assigned to reunite parents with their Children. And now we learn that in 545 cases, parents have not been located or reached yet. That's according to a court filing made yesterday. By the way you and the U. S. Justice Department. Earlier. I spoke with legal arts, the lead lawyer on this case for the value and I asked him to tell us what's known about these Children, so they're very young, many under five many, many under 10. We believe the Children are in the United States, either with foster families or relatives, sometimes distant relatives where they've never met. The parents are overwhelmingly In Central America, having been deported without their Children, and I think what what's important to understand is why we still haven't found all these families. First of all this is a second batch of Children with the government hid from us it from us in the court. The government originally told us about 2800 families. We in the court assumed that that was the extent of the separations Onley later in the winter of 2019 because of HHS investigative report, Did we find out their mayor in many, many more kids separated at the very beginning of the Trump administration. I just want to be clear. You're saying the government hid them from you. Initially, the government denied that this program existed after it became public after the national outcry after the involvement of the courts. You're saying the government still didn't totally come clean at that point. Exactly. The government never told us about this additional group of Children that were separated on Lee because of an HHS internal report that we learn about them. Ultimately, Thie court ordered them to give us the list of the families on a rolling basis within six months. So we got started looking for these families very, very late in the process because the government and hit all the families We then started looking for them. But the contact information the government gave us was largely stale because the family has been separated so early in the Trump administration's tenure. And then what happened was we had to go on the ground and look for the families in Central America literally town to town, the pandemic kid and that largely had to be halted for for months, so the combination of the government hiding the families from the court even after the court outlawed the policy. And then having a search for them town to town in Central America, and the pandemic has meant that there are hundreds and hundreds of families we still haven't found yet, a White House spokesman today told reporters. We've contacted these families and the sad truth is that many of them have declined to accept their Children back. There may be a variety of reasons for that, but it's very sad. The administration wants the families to be reunited. For various reasons. The family's just have not accepted the Children back in many of these cases. What's your response? Is that true? That is highly unfortunate that the administration is trying to shift the owners on to these families. These families are making an agonizing decision not to bring their Children back to Central America wasn't a danger to the administration wanted to do what's right. They would bring these errands back to the US after having them put through such horrors. They should never have been separated in the first place. And unfortunately, even the parents and Children were in the U. S and have been reunited. The Trump Administration is still trying to deport them, rather than giving them some status. You'd think after committing this kind of Unbearable practice of separating little babies. The administration would turn around and do what's right and give these families some status. Could you imagine a scenario where some of these Children may never be reunited with their parents, where you may never find some of thes mothers and fathers whose Children are in the U. S right now. You know if I'm being honest, I have to entertain that possibility. But the truth is, I try not to let that creep into my thinking because I think we have to remain optimistic and what we've told Accord. Is that we will not stop looking until we found every one of these families. This has been the most outrageous practice I've seen in my nearly 30 years doing this work, but for us to stop now would not continue looking for the families. Would just be horrific and the government has washed their hands of this. You know, I I wish I could say there was some choice but I don't think there is we just have to keep looking. It's legal aren't of the girl you who is leading the group's litigation over the Trump administration's former policy of family separation. Thank you for speaking with us. Thank you.

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"court order" Discussed on So That Happened

So That Happened

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on So That Happened

"Our just sitting in guantanamo indefinitely if this filing succeeds what could happen as so i think putting all eleven guys together in this legal filing has sort of almost symbolic show of strength they each will have to most likely precede down their own habeas battle but the lawyers in this filing are basically saying like there is no other remedy for our clients to go free except by court order you know they're used to be the system that was kind of a huge mass at least some people are going free and now the only way that any prisoners going to get out of guantanamo even if there's no reason to hold on there is no evidence against them they are not a danger to our country the only way that they will leave guantanamo under president trump is of the court orders that to happen if a court order to happen a imagine trump uh you're not taking whatever action he could to prevent it from happening it would actually be interesting if the stood become a protracted legal battle because endless filing an inch listen to saying you know indefinite detentions illegal nuts seems to be what trump is embracing on they also say that the the authority the legal authority to hold these guys is kind of kind of ridiculous of this point they are being held under the two thousand one authors authorization for the use of military force on which has our listeners probably know is past after nine eleven to help us get terrace off the battlefield either by killing them or detaining them over the years there's been several challenges to the aol maff politically people say 'no can we really is us to fight isis released all relevant it's very very old but there's never actually been a big court case challenging it um so if this specific case does can make its way up you might see lairs having to actually battle whether or not the two thousand one aoem f should still be a legal justification today if congress uh resumes the old authorizations for use of force sir martin requires i declarations of war.

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"court order" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on WEEI

"A situation this is something on learn from it all loss if people not winning ball and i actually going her more this answered now we were hungry and before the team's something like the iraqi hate on may synergies blaming a relic or not really low his shot they would trilogies said he asked the question had smell the question and saying right now he did she didn't run from the idea that he did have a bad day that day was wrote the go through the story what from your perspective i know you talk to ever never did the due diligence from your perspective what was the cause of the argument and and because there was a lot of things mentioned there was what was going back at home it was a tenuous time it was relationship with jeff blohm and everything else in was this any different in your mind of what other arguments that maybe happened over corp baseball season over the court order baseball season this accurate is true i guy rao good job rob excellent um because they will rob a way yes that question for course you can give an easy answer i like that like you though he didn't suggest that other things you'll have a home is your life of course a baseball season or you actually drunk so many qualifier i think with most interesting thing we've heard or seen abundance core of the faw glenn close crazy drunken lunatic when he gets set a great at a gala dale and holly according the sure leno lou wants him who's and again i'm guessing lose can get him early lewis suggesting get more out of what are you guys thing keep was talking last night as if they're going to get him this year none will pit battle of a three hatton where they also we should we can push into the morning over good uh i would say once a week tony cease live without score i would listen to that much now if i were us coretail open bar respect for texas they'll still ave but they do manufacturer runs said a third beth thirdworst record in baseball in the american league or your edification sponsored by uber or lift somewhere to go the bradford i will say title.

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"court order" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Your whole life becomes about proving the joey bag a donuts robbed the bank in it almost leads to some tunnel vision jo i know i mean i've i've seen it with other agents where they're obsessed with the idea of finding a crime why do i say that in terms of this case this cases and about the trump russia thing but it worries me about giving the government too much power when the government has that tunnel vision to find a crime even if a crime may not have been committed the reason we have a constitution is to limit what the government can do to you if you are the which they targeting makes sense show you so what's the essence of this case where there was this guy who committed a bunch of robberies the sky carpenter and i think it was an a detroit area the police department went and got a court order to track to geo locate is phone chea locating a phone joe is basically like you you're i hate to i don't want to scare you folks but your cell phone is like a tracking device i don't think this is a mystery to any of notes now you could triangulated slow caitian off of cell towers and we can figure out where you bit maybe not to the precise saw in sheer standing on the pavement in a big city but he can tell relatively where you bit so the the police department went out and got a court ordered show to follow this guy carpenter his his foot traffic where he was over a period of one hundred twenty plus state and they figure it out using the information that he was in the area of these all of these crimes these robberies and use that in a conviction.

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"court order" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"What tom a given the number to the rally house in hopes they can help 'cause i gotta tell you i think he's on soft my addicted to something continued living in other world what what what does that have to do with the situation right now he's got ta himself in a deadly doesn't want to turn himself in jail here's what he wants he wants him but from bond right right i know that you're talking about of medication that a court order to do you're talking like i have court order because most courts say hey do methamphetamine because that's what we want are you telling me what you mean court order to do i don't understand it took over to do my medication and my medication wait a minute what court ordered you you're talking according to what court ordered you to do metheny qissan something i think he's addicted to something but kenny's living in other world what what what does that have to do with the situation right now turn of self in he definitely doesn't himself in here's what he wants he wants same from bonn right right i know that you're talking about of medication that a court order to do you're talking like half court order because most courts say hey do methamphetamine way because that's what we want are you telling me what you mean court order to do i don't understand the court ordered to do my medication and medical students wait a minute what court order to your jockey who you're talking to what court ordered you to do methamphetamines this is getting a little while working time i work d and what was what were the conditions japan and and what conditions he just retired apparently not too long but under what conditions did he require you who do this what to do drought well a court order to do your medications because was given up a cycle physical mental evaluation and i was found totally saying but they nato is add they need to retest did you hear what he's saying he's saying they found him to be add and and the judge said you have to take your medicines which were meth and here because if you're adt you give people mass yeah they they actually did digital them aren't yes i did do but.

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"court order" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I think what's important understand is the north has has been able to portray the south as the part of the country that has a race problem and is very comfortable with that so the south enforce its racial cold through laws in the north race and racial code and racial inequality was enforced through housing so the north is the most segregated region of the country both for housing and for schools and the north is no better on race in the south it was just for most of the country the black population in the north was very small and as you start to see millions of black people migrating from the south starting in of the early 1900s suddenly the north is confronted with having to deal a black people and it doesn't do any better than the south on it creates ghettos it red lines it forces black people to stay in very small sectors of the city and so when you're looking at something like the fair housing at that is forcing northerners to deal with their race issue and nor than ours are not any more willing to do that than southerners were when you look at how integrated schools are down south in it is true it was because a court order um you would not see white children in its red sea white children in the north in schools that integrated and that's the problem is that there's there's no there is no one who will be pushing for this.

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"court order" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"My opinion is that they might spend one sufficient to or two hundred sessions but a and nobody will prevent the catalan parliament can freely discussing a whatever they wish to discuss people that it so we have a mandate and we have to push through that let because at the will of the people who have to deliver the court order must be enforced by the national police bbc correspondent in barcelona says this potentially sets up another confrontation with the assembly's separatists majority francisco martinez is from spain's ruling popular party he's the spokesman for constitutional reform and was asked of the police would storm the council and parliament i kind of community to of what can happen i hope we really that got him happen it wouldn't be good it couldn't be equity mitch it will be a good message so i hope it doesn't happen because i hope the institutions of that we can all government a regional parliament and government you are going to respect a little many spaniards are uneasy about the crisis including people in barcelona just lob the situation is very tense we've reached the stage where the spanish in catalan governments need to ease tensions a make an effort for all citizens they have to reach an accord and set dialogue they have to toll because he ended it i am very well aware of the problem we are facing and a solution must be found before a unilateral declaration of independence.

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"court order" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on WCTC

"Little bit of tinkering when it comes to the extreme automatic weapons or semi automatic weapons that are currently currently in existence i couldn't speak to what the founding father could proceed in a future after what weapons would be available in what can be done with those weapons but right now i think that otter when the court order cracking amendment they weren't thinking about protecting one individual's right now and their property and other things but also protecting them from a note a radical government right and at the government as god more kit wacko lose you know i think that democracies around the world i'm they can fall victim could their own government in or even a democracy can and i and i think that knowing that the people bear arms herman progovernment over routine and stomach circum rent john i gotta ask you you know this is sort of a chicken and the or the eggs situation what do you think came first because as you if you've been listening to me and i hope that you have and i appreciate you calling in i am completely weary and not afraid but aware and discouraged by the militarization of police i think it's devastating our neighborhoods did the police give militarized first a habit of course in the midnineties or did the people what do you think came first do you think that it was the militarization of police that people saw happening and they said well you know what i'm not gonna let them down my door and if they do it's going to be a fight or were police trying to knock down people's doors and they realized they.

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"court order" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Tbi welcome back to handle on the law marginal legal advice jackie europe rock to handle on the law were just beyond horrible so what can i do for you well i have a question about crowd apart and and how going the full here and mother as saying that a father need a payment while the file their van call it is that you know generally not unless the court order has the court ordered that the child is paid for usually it's just the cost of college now it can be that pursuant to the court ordered you know what's quarter says the court order why is that if faculty and i regret having an article by know there then there's the then it's over then there is no obligation whatsoever to keep on going okay so even have the mother had her financial away for around there yet they're not gonna nail the father for that they really all right so i appreciate ads corner right and i don't know if tournai but what the hell you know someone that assu somebody so congratulations uh lewis hello lewis our bill good morning yes sir fine arts by dating omar and my mom is seventy or adam really or how uh got about seventy thousand and credit card debt in his name only at joining hardware mom i got a bunch of cash advances because you know i've instructed over and they are god will come back against her mom yeah of course they can because the.

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"court order" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The handle kyw traffic and followed of fresh traffic trouble on he w dis tiny thirty nine the sentences community service for college ville woman who posted video of the bill cosby trial in violation of the court order w's mike denardo reports thirtysevenyearold nature of boroughs admitted recording the defense's closing arguments in the cosby case and posting them on her youtube channel she told president judge thomas still richie quote i just figured this was my one time to have a video go viral the judge called it selfish and inappropriate before sentencing her to fifty hours of community service deputy d a thomas mcgoldrick called the sentence fair he considered the seriousness of violating a court order but he also considered the fact that miss boroughs was shh very apologetic and admitted that she had made a mistake by doing what she did boroughs is also barred from attending any future cosby proceedings at the montgomery county courthouse mike denardo kyw newsradio kyw news time eight forty more than two hundred police officers from as far as far away as canada tip part indeed daiwa exercises that sought to bring home a message spreading through departments nationwide a new way to approach potentially deadly encounters w's david madden reports from camden county collagen blackwood deescalation sounds like a good idea it's how you get there that's the challenge these officers were trained in what's called icat short for indigo grading communications assessment and tactics philadelphia police commissioner charles ramsey admits that plan may not always work but the alternative can be troublesome a life is not easy it is not something to be proud of you do what you have to do something you've got to live with and if those you can resolve such russian let me tell you from personal experience do the ideas to have options in my before things get violent teacher training from the top to the bottom of the.

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"court order" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on On The Media

"And the trademark office may be a little irony impaired but their concerns are righteous what are you proposing that there be an irony exemption to the disparagement rule i don't think it's the place of their trademark office to legislate the dictionary i don't think they'd have the resources nor the competency to do so for example of clear i for the straight guy they got the green light they have a registered trademark but there was a tshirt company that tried to put out tshirts caught clearly queer and they got denied it's the same word w what's the difference once going to be on a tshirt and the others demand a tv show does of our particular trademark the only person that ever been denied for being disparaging to asians as me an actual asian and the rationale was that while we understand the term slant means so many different things but they said that when you combine the word slant with our imagery in other words photographs of asians on our website which you know that would be us that people would automatically so seated with racial slur if i fired everybody my banner place them with white people then i could get a registered trademark this is so confounding do you think that your situation was exacerbated by the fact that at approximately the same time you are applying for trademark protection for the slants the washington redskins who are not a native american organization are trying to protect their trademark with the most recent court order from the federal circuit i think now were kinda caught up in this particular politics because the recent order to vacate from the federal circuit basically said that we don't care about the nuances of your argument about cultural competency and procedural issues the only thing they wanna talk about is the constitutionality of the lanham act the law that the trademark office's using against us so in other words what they're saying as we just want to use your case to argue about this law which is really another way of saying if this law gets appealed we get to blame this asian ban on the washington redskins getting their trademarks mac and not the redskins themselves or this court are you concerned that you are going to win your case and then opened a floodgate of.

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"court order" Discussed on Pod Save the People

Pod Save the People

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on Pod Save the People

"In my second piece of news is an interesting topic that i was actually unaware of until recently in it's a bow environmental issues with regard to prison so there's an article that just came out uh that the talks about interesting research put out by the earth a in island institute of you gotta earth island dot org you can see the report the air but some of the highlights are generally about the environmental conditions at impact a people who are in jail so we often talk a mess incarceration a talking primarily about making sure that we decreasing number of people that are imprisons is how it's used in the public a conversation but it's also about making sure that until we get to a place where our solution for everything is in putting people in cells how do we make sure that they are taken care of and that they aren't abused rate so we know that in the past decade more than thirty five hundred california prison prisoners has become sick from valley fever at more than fifty have died from it and it was a slight decrease after 2011 to fewer than one hundred cases each in 2014 or fifteen but last year there a spike with two hundred sixty seven prisoners infected in that in 2013 a federal court order mandated at the california department of corrections remove african american and filipino prisoners of war genetically at a higher risk of getting seriously sick from valley fever from a couple of prisons at about twenty six hundred prisoners were transferred so it's fascinating the other piece that all mention from the report was that.

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"court order" Discussed on KELO

KELO

18:24 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KELO

"I get that but at the same time the if if if it's untrue or was justified or there was a court order i think it would be very much on the in the best interests of a certainly with authorities that they'd be forthcoming with that kind of information now then they did they tell about someone who's again for me at least with this young boy this is this is a case where you know you've got a suspect in a crime it's a little bit march body shop and get your car looking like he did before the hailstorm you did before you forgot to park.

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"court order" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KGO 810

"Need making garnish your weekend without a court order we can even you're hack three one so money getting paid back but individual her and their families credit and they're allow it gets getting hit so hard you know i what i think people don't know that everything look i broke you none bar where kind then in june they added default there's lead company people lone star mr better as opposed to let alone bar where in week payment plan they can actually afford but too often leave alone service errors put their own bottomline before a bar where that interest and you know it's deja vu all over again weeks on this in the more gets cranked that where did your niche company into worried it hit the post we get our weren't going pain in plan to avoid por close terrible sometimes they've made more money when those are words now their financial future ruined and and i just think that on the mentally path it is fundamentally wrong i think it's rather discussing at the government is making money off of people trying to educate themselves so that they are a benefit to their country i mean this is just really an outrage on on every level and i think one piece the story that high when been cold in that we're his seeing increasing evidence that alone problems are actually a bit and then after shock of that how think right here you know when people yeah jeff in california but all over the country start their home valued plummet that made it harder for them and to fine in their childhood to case when they convert even going retirement good to hear the experienced that employment and now those you wouldn't a who borrowed so much you know.

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"court order" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KNSS

"For all their titles three authorized entities in the government or on the state local and i was just it's a if the fb_i for instance had it fights a court order some sort first surveillance with that the information you would now or not yes you would be told they know that if they were suffice a court order on something like this something wanted to essential and at this point you can't confirm or deny whether that exists are can tonight there is no fights a core not not to my knowledge of anything a truck our no he replied tonight quote here the story that we have million for hundreds of millions of dossett yay is on people is completely fox reason i'm asking the question is having served on the committee now for a dozen years i don't really know what it yeah it is in this contact so when i want to see is if you could give me a yes are now answer to the question does the an estate collect any type of data at all on millions or hundreds of millions of american know sort it does not not waiting only your cases where they could and inadvertently ups collect but not not winning going to hear something that i don't mean to freak out was but i think it's true even are members are not absolute private in american any of us can be competitive in appropriate circumstances to say what we remember what we saw even are communications with our spouses with our clarity members with our tourney these are not absolute private in america inappropriate circumstances a judge can compel anyone of us to testify in court about those very private communications and they're really really important constraints on long horsemen as there should be.

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"court order" Discussed on KGAB

KGAB

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KGAB

"Okay for intelligencer bruins court order issue push toward destruction seven oak two of the five amendment which would say you know it era tonight down aside agent on the porn government looked monitor this person communications and the my defense him into the until communications with them us citizens perhaps including people who up more involved one way or another what the campaign but in that i wake up old into that that was my first reaction is that that seemed like the most plausible up ability you can package that there are there might be some reasons why he might be reluctant to share that oh no he's insert with the intelligence community cody not committee yet get beat i got they've got the clearance to do that so there's no reason why he couldn't share or something like that with them they've got clearance to see pretty much all about but story his ability to sure that publicly now within legit likely it might periods correct and and there's nothing that the president can't get right if if he said obviously i want to show it but you know this agency won't let me you know have access to this there's everybody in the said it would be like okay we need to see this in close behind closed doors but you will opened these books or whatever it is that he saying the evidence is there's nothing the president couldn't get too is there i assume so but it because look he stayed in between during chiefs there's nothing that he doesn't have access to so if he can you if he can practice okay knows what it is but he referring to there's no reason i'm aware.

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"court order" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"For of their titled three authorized these and the government for state local and i was just as a if the fb_i for instance had a fights a court order of some sort for a surveillance with that the information you would now or not yes you would be told they are you know if they were suffice a court order on something like this something like this wretched at this point you can't confirm or deny whether that exists parking tonight there is no fights a quarter i'm not not to my knowledge of anything a truck our no no that's an important revelation into spun i'm ask you this does intelligence exist they can definitively answer the following question whether there were in proper context between the trump campaign and russian officials we did not included in the evidence an or reports and i say our that's and yeah i into a with my office and director notion told him that had anything that right head in a reflection of pollution between members of the trump campaign in the russians or was no evidence of that included in in oracle i understand that doesn't exist not to my knowledge if it exist that it would have been in the true door this could have unfolded or become of available and a time since i left the government what it that's some time i've we had no evidence of of a source close there's a lotta smoke but there hasn't been that smoking gun yet at one point should the public fair to wonder this is all just smoke well it's a good question.

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"court order" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

KQED Public Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"court order" Discussed on KQED Public Radio

"Thanks for your call so the question is we have we still have the federal court order that the prison population has to stay down it's below the cap but it you know if it goes up again then you know the courts could the push a much more you know draconian measure is that a serious sup possibility and it is so the the order that requires est to stable of the population level also has a provision that has the court has a point it in official who already has the authority to it's a size to to order the release of inmates if the if est goes above the the prison cap so it's it's a very real risk that if we don't do anything and allow the population the prison population of grow can you face the in discriminate release of a prisoners by this court official as opposed to a sensible common sense process that we're trying to implement here through pop fifty seven andrei she but i want to ask you about that so the idea here is that if you you may not like this ballot initiative but you probably wouldn't like it all the idea of inmates kind of a mass release of inmates time what's your take on that oh my take as i'm all for having a meaningful healthy discussion about sensing reform i think it's time for us to have that conversation but this initiative is not that it's a wholesale transfer of authority essentially from the dude vishal branch back to the part of corrections and what we're again what we're seeing already is the is the release of individuals at a very dangerous so you know i think you know the fact that these regulations are not written it's very very very conserving and i think the the comment by the caller previously that you know.

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