18 Burst results for "Criminal Court Building"

"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 11 months ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Unseal charges this afternoon against Alan Weiss, Alberg before decade employee of the Trump Organization. The charges are the first in a wide ranging three year investigation into possible fraud by Trump his company and his associates. Westerberg has been a key figure in the Trump organization participating in nearly all financial decisions. It is understood to be a linchpin in a possible case against Trump. The former president has denied any wrongdoing and whistle Burns. Attorney hasn't commented for NPR NEWS. I'm Andrea Bernstein at the Criminal Court Building in Manhattan. Today, President Biden and the first lady will visit the site of the partial condo collapse in Florida that left 18 people confirmed dead 145 are still missing. NPR's Windsor. Johnston has more president Biden is expected to meet with first responders who have been working day and night digging through the rubble searching for survivors. The president and the first lady will also meet with families of the victims. The administration has pledged to provide federal resources to aid in the search and rescue efforts. Documents have indicated that the 40 year old condo building had showed signs of major structural damage as far back as 2018. NPR's Windsor Johnston, Pennsylvania's highest court yesterday overturned the sexual assault conviction. Of actor Bill Cosby. The court ruled that Cosby had been unfairly prosecuted because the previous prosecutor had promised that he would not be charged. Cosby is released from prison has angered sexual assault survivors and me to activists. The attorney for a number of Cosby's accusers says that she will continue litigating against him. In a separate civil case, NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports Angela Rose's head of the nonprofit pave, which stands for promoting awareness victim empowerment. She's worried Cosby's released will hinder other survivors from coming forward. Felicia Rashad angered Howard University alumni when she tweeted enthusiastic support for the decision. Rashad was recently named dean of Howard's College of Fine Arts. She later backpedaled, saying she supported survivors coming forward. Attorney Gloria Allred says she plans to move forward with a civil case against Cosby in Los Angeles County. Allred represents Judy Huth's who accuses Cosby of sexually assaulting her when she was 15. Cosby denies harming health Elizabeth Blair. NPR NEWS The Labor Department reports the number of people filing new unemployment claims fell last week by 51,000 to.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:42 min | 11 months ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Charges this afternoon against Alan Weiss Alberg, a four decade employee of the Trump Organization. The charges are the first in a wide ranging three year investigation into possible fraud by Trump his company and his associates. Westerberg has been a key figure in the Trump organization participating in nearly all financial decisions. It is understood to be a linchpin in a possible case against Trump. The former president has denied any wrongdoing and whistle. Brooke's attorney hasn't commented for NPR news. I'm Andrea Bernstein at the Criminal Court Building in Manhattan today, President Biden and the first lady will visit the site of the partial condo collapse in Florida. That left 18 people confirmed dead 145 are still missing. NPR's Windsor Johnston has more president Biden is expected to meet with first responders who have been working day and night digging through the rubble searching for survivors. The president and the first lady will also meet with families of the victims. The administration has pledged to provide federal resources to aid in the search and rescue efforts. Documents have indicated that the 40 year old condo building had showed signs of major structural damage as far back as 2018, NPR's Windsor Johnston. Pennsylvania's highest court yesterday overturned the sexual assault conviction of actor Bill Cosby. The court ruled that Cosby had been unfairly prosecuted. Because the previous prosecutor had promised that he would not be charged. Cosby is released from prison has angered sexual assault survivors and me to activists. The attorney for a number of Cosby's accusers, says that she will continue litigating against him. In a separate civil case. NPR's Elizabeth Blair reports Angela Rose's head of the nonprofit pave, which stands for promoting awareness victim empowerment. She's worried Cosby's release will hinder other survivors from coming forward. Felisha were shod angered Howard University alumni when she tweeted enthusiastic support for the decision. Rashad was recently named dean of Howard's College of Fine Arts. She later backpedaled, saying she supported survivors coming forward. Attorney Gloria Allred says she plans to move forward with a civil case against Cosby in Los Angeles County. Allred represents Judy who who accuses Cosby of sexually assaulting her when she was 15. Cosby denies harming health Elizabeth Blair. NPR NEWS The Labor Department reports the number of people filing new unemployment claims fell last week by 51,000 to 364,000. The lowest level since the pandemic began. The monthly jobs report is due out tomorrow..

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Center. Breaking news at this are Trump organization CFO Ellen Weiss, Ill Birds surrendering to a Authorities this morning expected to face fraud charges filed against him and former President Donald Trump's company. WCBS Radio reporter Marley Diamond is outside the Manhattan district attorney's office. Allen Weisberg walked into the Manhattan Criminal Courts building around 6 20 this morning, accompanied by his lawyer to surrender to authorities. He is expected to appear in court this afternoon, along with representatives of the Trump Organization. The company's chief financial officer, is expected to be charged with failing to pay taxes on benefits he and his family received from Trump, including private school tuition for at least one of his grandchildren, free apartments and leased cars. We're just days away from the return of the chief. Former Milwaukee police chief Alfonso Morales can return to the job Saturday if a city and Morales can't reach a settlement. Morales filed the lawsuit. Against the city and after the fire and police Commission demoted him last year to captain. He retired after that decision decision, a judge ruling the city must allow him to return his chief if they can't reach a settlement by Saturday, his attorney, Franklyn Gimbel, says Morales does expect to go back to police headquarters. Gimbal will be joining us coming up at 7 20 on Wisconsin's morning news walking box playoff coverage on WTMJ as the Bucks prepared for Game five of the Eastern Conference finals tonight, advisor form We now know the extent of Yannis attempted, composed The injury, the team says there is no structural damage. What does that mean for his recovery? Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin's Dr Sam Steiner tells WTMJ. The first step will be to get the knee back to functioning. Normally right now is going to be tight. It's going to be swollen. He's going to have to have that swelling resolved and he's going to have to be able to build back his strength so he can use his leg properly. Even with no structural damage, it will take time. It's going to take some time for his pain to resolve. His motion to come back and his strength to come back. He estimates the honest his first opportunity to be back playing would be if the Bucks make the finals. Rusty Malbert, WTMJ News and Hawks tonight here on WTMJ, Wisconsin's afternoon news broadcasting from the Dear District, starting at three this afternoon for more bucks playoff coverage takes the word bucks. 285561616 20 stay out of Lake Michigan, The National Weather Service telling swimmers to keep out of the lake today and tomorrow. Because of dangerous conditions. WTMJ Eric Bill Stead live in the breaking news center Jane, the agency says. Life threatening waves of 3 to 6 FT. Tall are expected along Ozaki, Milwaukee, Racine and Kenosha counties. Racine County Sheriff's Sergeant Michael Liu. L tells TMJ. Four news If the water was 2 to 4 ft on June 19th when two young lives were lost. You really have to respect 3 to 6 ft waves if that's what they're calling for so far in 2021, there have been more than 30 drownings in the Great Lakes, 16 of them in Lake Michigan. The number of confirmed fatalities and Surfside, Florida now at 18, more than 140, still unaccounted for. Search crews working in 12 hour shifts continue to dig through the rubble, hoping they might find survivors. The chances are low. We don't hide it from the families. We do believe that we can find lives and do we have to get it today. President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden will travel to Surfside and visit the families and first responders. Laura Podesta CBS News. Severe Weather could be an issue today for Cruz. Meanwhile, new video surface Taken just minutes before the building came down, water can be seen.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KCRW

"And the and the judge tried to, you know, ignore public health. It kind of guidelines and try to proceed even though that would place myself and the rest of the courtroom actors in great job That's quite an accusation that's not shocking. Actually, uh, that well, I mean, I think that the problem is because the courts have kind of willfully indicated that they're not directly subject to the public health or CDC guidelines that their advisory to them as a independent branch of government. Individual lawyers are having to litigate these issues or fight these common sense issues in each of the jury trials. I have two colleagues that came down with symptoms yesterday and their trials have been derailed. Our are delayed now because they're on quarantine and each of those kinds they think that they're exempt from CDC guidelines. There's been, You know, our union has been in a lot of discussions about what protocol should be implemented, and they indicate that local public L, a county public health guidelines and CDC guidelines. Our advisory on the court because there are issues with the court. A separate branch of government being you know, directed to employ These these practices, So they followed the ones that they want to follow in an ignore others. I mean, that sounds. I mean, we've got to have a standard, right, Like like, Hey, we don't want anyone getting sick. So what are best practices to make sure that you know clients don't get sick. Public defenders don't get sick. The jury doesn't get sick. The judges don't get sick. The people you know the bailiffs everybody else. In that courtroom doesn't get sick, and it doesn't sound like you're telling me that we can even agree on best practices were definitely not agreeing on best practice that one of the kind of the glaring areas that we continue to have a problem with Is, you know, it's impossible for us to follow CDC guidelines or deep age guidelines inside of these lockup facilities where we're going to confidentially interviewer discuss our cases with our clients and you know, one of the most recent examples was the Department of Public Health came in and inspected a lock of facility. In the in the court at the Central Criminal Courts Building, and they determined that the ventilation does not meet safety standards, and it's unsafe in there and so We found that out seven months into the pandemic, Ryan So now we're not using that room. But you know, there hasn't been widespread inspections of all the facilities in which we have to come closer than 6 ft with our clients because of just the nature of the work and And they're still missing Plexi glass and other personal protective equipment and enforcement in the jails and the lack of facilities that really make. You know our job is public defenders and the interpreters and the court staff in the bailiffs who have to have close contact with people in custody really dangerous, and I'm not sure how we go forward. Because you're right, Steve. I don't think we can't even agree on what needs to be done moving forward. Story We're going to keep following. Obviously, as we move on the Kill room Nanny.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He's got a long background in counterterrorism work, and he and other analysts say the White House assertions of widespread violence from the left are baseless. Those comments are general not coming from the experts within the administration, who Are at the National Counter Terrorism Center at the FBI Counterterrorism division. They're coming from politicians, so it's not a reflection of the data. The far left simply does not present the same threat that the far right dozen capabilities in plots and attacks Orin fatalities, none of those Nevertheless, this is what Brian Murphy says he was pressured to do to elevate the threat of the far left. How does he describe this? This pressure campaign. Well in the complaint, he talks about being asked by the top leaders to soften language in a report on white supremacy to make it quote less severe, and at the same time, he says, he was being asked to add more information. On the far left. He mentions Antifa anarchists. In particular, the White House has dismissed these allegations are false and defamatory that call Murphy a disgruntled employee. But he's not the first to raise these concerns. We've heard former senior D H s officials saying this that the far right wasn't taken seriously. We've heard it from researchers who work closely with the government on policy making. And I mean we hear it ourselves in the market the different ways. The president speaks about attacks where the perpetrator's a right wing ideologue versus, say, a leftist or a Muslim. What does take this one up A notch in terms of revelations is that this is an insider alleging that political appointees attempted to manipulate actual intelligence and this is not a press release. This was an assessment of domestic threats to the nation. And so Murphy's asking the department's inspector general to investigate what he calls abuses of authority. So how how did all of that affect the white supremacist movement? Extremism analyst generally say the far right especially, you know, white nationalist supremacists had been emboldened under Trump. And so this is one more account, saying the administration looked the other way as violent actors got more organized, more violent, better funded. And now we're starting to see some of those groups show up to protest, intimidate and launch attacks that many fear will lead to an escalation before and after the November election. My NPR national security correspondent Hannah Lamb. Thank you. So much for your reporting. Hannah, we appreciate it. Thank you. Along with so much of American life. The pandemic stopped ordinary court proceedings. Now states and cities have resumed operations hearing new cases, plus the backlog of old ones. Beth Fertig of our member station W. N. Y. C watched a New York City court trying to safely do business. Brooklyn's busy housing court had just started here in cases again when the federal government announced a moratorium on evictions. Judges were back in courtrooms. This is the quietest try alive ever had. Judge Sheila Capell took a break from her first trial since March because Brooklyn's notoriously cramped housing court wasn't fit to reopen in a pandemic trials were moved to the criminal court building a few blocks away with much bigger courtrooms. And safety features. Desks were being wiped. While we talked, the bench witnessed and on a court attorney area and other desks in the courtroom, all have Lux to glass around them. And are more than 6 ft..

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Chicago: Judge reassigned after placing child in court's adult lockup

The Opening Bell

00:26 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago: Judge reassigned after placing child in court's adult lockup

"At eagle county's top judges will meet later today to consider the fate of a fellow judge seen on video hauling her young niece inside into a jail cell sources tell WGN that Jackie Portman brown briefly locked up the child after lecturing her about poor behavior it happened last month at the criminal courts building where Portman brown here's adult felony cases the girl was in the cell less than ten minutes the judge was reassigned to administrative duties until her

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm very emotional goose mind reverse tells reporters when I began with the process I thought I would never get out the teenagers or deal drawing national even international attention as she heads back to her adopted home and back to high school at crystal lake central revise center father fled their their home country of Honduras due to violence and ended up in crystal lake her father is still in custody the war powers resolution passed the Senate with a bipartisan vote today the measure would limit the president's powers to use military action against Iran without prior congressional approval Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer the president trump or any other president cannot plunge the United States into an endless conflict in the Middle East the president is expected to veto the bill if it comes to his desk closing arguments underway in the rape trial of Harvey Weinstein and the jury could get the case by Tuesday after the defense rested their case attorney Arthur I Dallas spoke to outside the Manhattan criminal court building it's very rare that the defense has so many factors in their corner and Donna Regina didn't excellent job letting the jury know how this case failed miserably to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt prosecutors are expected to make their closing arguments tomorrow online home decor and furniture retailer Wayfair is dropping three percent of its workforce the Boston based company says the cuts are part of an effort to lower costs is not the only retailer to slash jobs this month Macy's and Kohl's have both made similar moves everyone who came into contact with two area coronavirus patients have been cleared and are no longer being monitored that from state local health officials today doctor Allison are woody as commissioner of the Chicago department of public health since screening began at o'hare in January zero arriving travelers at o'hare have been identified with fever or potential symptoms of coronavirus she says there's no reason for the general public to wear masks cancel public gatherings or avoid Chicago's Chinatown neighborhood Chicago celebrities will be route well represented at this weekend's NBA all star game at the United center former president Obama will hold was being called a fireside chat the night before the big game singer Jennifer Hudson will take part in a tribute to Kobe Bryant during halftime chance the rapper will take the stage with little Wayne com and we'll get everything started welcoming fans to Chicago and Shaka Kahn was saying the national anthem and now WGN sports here's Kevin Powell thank you Karen spring training rolls on and here's what Astros owner Jim crane had to say about his team's sign stealing scheme during the World Series season in twenty seventeen this didn't impact the game we had a good team we won the World Series and we'll leave it at that many the Astros players apologizing today for their role in the cheating scandal as they re reported to camp in west Palm today Dallas crackle who played on the twenty seventeen Houston Astros sign with the white Sox this offseason says he sees a bright future for the south siders.

"criminal court building" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Forty news you're sorry that's alright you you can take as much introduce you but the timing issue so please go ahead all right thank once they start over you well at the sound you hear it yeah let's do the sound again Jennifer was I take it from here I'd love to thank you New Jersey democratic senator Cory Booker is dropped out of the presidential race Booker it failed to reach the polling numbers required to qualify for the debate tomorrow in Iowa news is brought to you by solar Max Olympian is facing sexual assault charges in LA a pre trial hearing will be held tomorrow at the criminal courts building in LA for a former Olympic boxing champ Paul Gonzalez the fifty five year old has been accused of having sex with a thirteen year old girl Gonzalez faces eight felony counts including lewd acts on a child prosecutors say good dollars worked as a boxing coach at a county parks and recreation department in east LA he trained the girl and he's accused of committing the crimes between may and December of twenty seventeen it's all as one the light flyweight gold medal at the nineteen eighty four Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles rob Newton KFI news Beverly hills police say they've recovered two guns from a man accused of robbing a man not far from rodeo drive the convicted felon allegedly showed a gun into a jewelry from the man on the street Saturday night at least one shot was fired but no one was hurt police say they found a tossed gun in the area officers arrested him about three hours later in the same area and recovered a second gun the United States is reportedly planning to remove more than a dozen Saudi students in U. S. military training programs that's according to an unnamed official who talked to the Associated Press and on base shooting by a Saudi aviation student in Pensacola last month killed three sailors eight other people were hurt investigators are treating it as an act of terror and a four year old girl in Iowa who caught the flu has been found unresponsive and lost her eyesight the girls mom Amanda Phillips says she thought her daughter's bout with the flu was nothing to worry about she was just a normal bug the flu for a couple days and all the sudden you know five days later she was unresponsive the girl had not received a flu shot this season doctors say they're hoping she will at least partly recover her sites in the coming months.

"criminal court building" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The cops call the cops someone shot someone shot and my mom is for big panicking Judy she was shot she she just froze home appears to have been and Airbnb rental property the owner of the home says the people that rented it we're celebrating a birthday. sentencing to be held Thursday for the LA county sheriff's deputy the pleaded no contest charges all of sexually assaulting six female inmates prosecutors say thirty three year old Jian Carlo Scotty committed the crimes between March and September of twenty seventeen of the century regional detention facility in Lynwood Scully entered his plea two weeks ago is expected to receive a two year prison term when he goes before a judge at the LA criminal courts building New Jersey senator Cory Booker says he needs one point seven million dollars in contributions by the end of the month in order to stay in the presidential race Walker made the announcement at the steak fry and I will tell you right now really well right. we well. well. the caucus kicks off the primary season in about four and a half months doctor says that he has more endorsements in Iowa than any other candidate Maryland democratic senator Ben Cardin says it was a bad move for the US to pull out of the twenty fifteen nuclear deal with Iran before we withdrew from the Iran nuclear agreement there were conversations with the Europeans about strengthening the sanctions against Iran for the non nuclear violations the card says trump withdrawal from the deal is made tensions with Iran worse he says the exit showed Europe that it's a US problem and not an international one three people have been found dead in an apartment building in Pittsburgh public safety director Wendell hiss ridge says the police were called at around two in the morning for a medical incident.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

13:05 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Flyers been extinguished. There was some amount of fuel league which we mitigating Morgan Aries works on the fourteenth floor of the Bill. Building and says it took him about ten minutes to evacuate took some time, only because there was stops and goes stops and goes, if it was free flowing whole time, it would it took less time to get out, governor. Andrew Cuomo says it was likely not an act of terrorism, but the pilot was within the no fly zone and the FAA has declared that to be around Trump Tower wants the president took office in two thousand seventeen seventh avenue remains closed between fiftieth and fifty seconds street. And the investigation is ongoing trans activists are rallying outside. The criminal court building today after a transgender woman died on Rikers island last week New York City's department of corrections saying, twenty-seven year old Laline Polanco was found unconscious in her cell Friday afternoon. She was pronounced dead about an hour later. A spokesperson for the DOT says they found no evidence of foul play. Palanca was arrested in mid April on misdemeanor, assault and drug possession charges and investigation. Is ongoing. And the filmmaker Camille Bill of says died Billups best known for documenting her complex relationship with her daughter, Krista Victoria, who she gave up for adoption when Krista was four Phillips died in Manhattan on June first. She was eighty five years, old, it, sixty four degrees at five oh, six. Support for NPR comes from tirerack for the past forty years, tirerack has remained committed to helping people find the right tires wheels and performance parts. Learn more at tirerack dot com, helping drivers find deliver, and install this is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley. And I'm Audie Cornish today, the House Judiciary committee began hearings on lessons from special counsel, Robert Muller's report on Russia's election. Interference also today judiciary chairman, Jerry Nadler announced a breakthrough in talks with the Justice department to hand over evidence Muller used to draw his conclusions NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis joins us now on the latest from Capitol Hill and. Let's start with that agreement reached between the judiciary committee, end DOJ. What are the terms? So in a statement judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler, said that DOJ agreed to turn over in his words key evidence that was used in its investigation over whether or not President Trump obstructed Justice. We don't know explicitly what this evidence is. It's always important to remember that Muller, did not draw a conclusion on whether or not the president of structed Justice in the report made a point to say the president was not exonerated on this front and kind of turned it over to congress for their oversight capabilities, now there's said, this evidence, should start coming over as early as today. He said every member on the panel will be able to view it, and it will continue to be part of their ongoing investigation. If there is a deal will Democrats call off that vote tomorrow to hold attorney general bar in civil contempt. No, it's still on. It's really important to make a distinction here, though. So the judiciary did back in may the committee is they did vote to hold bar in contempt of congress. That is not what's going to be coming to the floor tomorrow. Oh, would Democrats are bringing to the floor tomorrow, essentially authorizes, the judiciary committee to fight the attorney general and other people administration in civil court to enforce their subpoenas? It's a type of civil contempt now they're says if bar and DOJ complies with this request that you're not going to have to take that route, but they're not gonna take the pressure off. The resolution also applies to former White House counsel, Don Mcgann and testimony and documents. They're seeking from him. I also think it's important to see this view. This vote happening tomorrow is, you know, a bit about politics. Democrats are still pretty divided over whether to move four four four word formerly with an impeachment inquiry. It does give Democrats chance to go on the record and say they are doing something to hold this administration. Accountable is not legally necessary in order to fight it in the courts. But it does give them a little bit. In the meantime, the judiciary committee launched its oversight investigation into Robert Muller's report, then we turn on C span and. Basically, we see the former Nixon White House counsel, John dean. I mean he was a key witness in the Watergate scandal, testifying. So why did they call him? You know, they're clearly trying to draw a parallel here between Nixon what Nixon was to Watergate Democrats are saying Muller could be to President Trump. Dean did invoke Watergate and saying that the mullahs report could be seen as a quote roadmap for impeachment. This is a term that was used for a secret report that was written by Watergate prosecutor Lee under war ski, who provided a report to the House Judiciary committee, that kind of said, here's the case. Now, you go, make it the top Republican on the committee, Doug Collins, he's a Republican from Georgia kind of made the point about the this panel of hearings is so what right. Like none of the witnesses at the hearing today were involved in the Miller investigation. There was also a couple of former federal prosecutors that testified, there were not substantial. Quickness witnesses in the investigation into either the interference or the administration. It wasn't that dissimilar Collins said to listening to people on a cable news panel talk about what they think should happen. We should note, the dean is off syncing on cable news talking about this very matter. But it does it is also serves as a reminder that Democrats have had a hard time getting people in the Trump administration to come up and testify about the Miller report. They really struck out so far. So this is in some ways seen as the best they could do as a starting point. Now they're says he's still confident. Bob Muller is gonna come up and testify before the committee in public. Even though Muller has said he does not want to do that, Jerry Nadler has not ruled out using a subpoena, if he won't, but he still says he's not willing to go there, just yet. That's NPR. Congressional correspondent Susan Davis. Thank you. You're welcome. The biggest donor in the history of the university of Alabama says the school is choosing, quote zealotry over the wellbeing of its students. The donor is Florida businessman Hugh Culverhouse last year. He pledged twenty six and a half million dollars to the university on Friday. The board of trustees voted to give it back all the money. He's given so far and to remove his name from its law school. The reason his objections to Alabama's controversial new law banning nearly all abortions in the state, at least that is the reason according to covert house. The university says it was Culverhouse's desire to influence hiring firing at admissions on campus. And the university has released emails showing the return of covert houses gift was under consideration days before he waited on abortion, Culverhouse wrote about all this, in an op-ed published by the Washington Post, and he spoke with us today about it. I asked him, why thinks the decision was tied to history. On abortion. I the time second time third. The timing and the timing as you see it was what all the time. It was a matter of hours, my press. Release came out, and with a short period of time the chancellor statement came out, and which he said, he was returning the money and he said the day before they had decided to return the money. I don't believe that I believe it say it decided to return money. They would have returned it before. I just wanna make sure I understand. So you're saying you made public remarks laying out how clearly you disagree with the Alabama state law on abortion, and that after that the university said, here's all your money. Take it back. Thanks. Thanks cora. So reconcile that with this Email that I'm looking at, I'm looking at a copy of an Email dated Saturday, may twenty fifth it's from you to the president of the university of Alabama Stewart bell subject line return of ten million dollars paid in advance. You're, you're asking for money back. This. This was an Email dated five days before your public remarks on abortion. Yes. Can I explain that please? Okay. Ten million dollars was money. I had paid in advance of the schedule. It was not asking to be paid back. Twenty one and a half. It was my statement that you have not spent any money at twenty one and a half million dollars some of the money being there for twenty months if you're going to sit there and not do scholarships and professorships then return the ten million advanced and I'll pay it back to you over the schedule. I suppose the broader point being without getting deep into the weeds of what check was dated win there appears to be a paper trail, documenting disagreement and rancor that predates, your public remarks on abortion. Well, the issue I had the big issue was I've felt class. Sizes. We're too small. They were denying to Alabama students access. But at some point the denegrate increase the starting class, eight percent that result, major issue. It sounds as though you believe that with your money with your gift should come some say into how the law school is run, sure. You look at my speech when it was announced a clearly stated I intend to be in mentally and ball. I'm not giving the money that my name on a building, none of the money I've ever given as way. I don't give for buildings. I'm sure it's crossed your mind, Mr. Culverhouse that the, the losers here are going to be the current and future students of the university of Alabama. In say it, my whole goal is to create a middle class, because we are losing the middle class is becoming the upper lower class. I'm fortunate my dad worked dioramas. We weren't born into money, but we worked our way into. Everybody should have that same chance that I did. He did. Hugh Culverhouse the Florida real estate investor who gave twenty six and a half million to the university of Alabama talking with us. There about schools decision to give it back, Mr. Culverhouse. Thank you. Thank you very much. For more on this. We turn to NPR's, Debbie Elliott in orange beach Alabama. Hi, deb. Hello, hello. So two points, one for the sake of disclosure. I should mention you are a university of Alabama grad true second. What does the university have to say about covert houses allegations of retaliation? Well the university's position is that Culverhouse is somehow trying to rewrite history by injecting, quote, one of society's most emotional divisive issues in quote into what was the abortion law into what was really a dispute over his attempts to influence academic policy? And, you know, Culverhouse has been getting a lot of national press since he called on students to boycott. University on may twenty ninth that was two weeks after the governor signed that abortion man into law. And now as you noted before the interview with, with Culverhouse we know from E mail records released by the school that covers house himself had I asked for some of that donation back. Well before that. Right. And you've looked at all that Email evidence that I was coming through today as well. What left out you. Well, I think the fact that days before Culverhouse called for the boycott. There was this E mail traffic that the chancellor and attorneys had decided to return his donation and take his name off of the law school. Now that Email chain also included, some of Culverhouse's missives to school officials. He was trying to have a say in who was hired for a constitutional law professorship named for him. And he belittled, the dean of the law school as in several emails, I'm going to, quote, one of them, he said that this dean, quote would always be a small town insecure, dean, and that outside. Side world frightens him. Now I spoke with a law. Professor who says, faculty, the Alabama law school had concerns about Culverhouse's efforts long before this dispute that his efforts to intervene, and academic policy date back, as far as February, this professor, also questioned why the university of Alabama should take the blame for a law passed by state lawmakers when several professors at the law school had spoken out against the abortion ban. So I think the broader question here is how much control does a mega donor deserve. Right. Indeed. And two very different and conflicting views on that it sounds like playing out there in Alabama NPR's, Debbie Elliott. Thanks so much. You're welcome..

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Things are ramping up against him in terms of prosecutors building their case. He's got a court appearance, June six. So it it's there's he's got a lot to face. Do we know if these new counts involve underage alleged victims, we don't because we have not seen a reading of indictment yet. This just filed in the Tribune to their credit is soft pop in the system, but we're all trying to get our hands on the actual documents and get a better understanding of what, what these new charges in the are Kelly case relate to, but it is fascinating to me when you think about how the R Kelly case came back into the Cook County court system, you know, you had gosh, how long has it been now fifteen twenty years since he stood trial and beat the char? Against him. And even though there was videotaped evidence, supposedly of an alleged crime and you have in the in the charges filed in February against R Kelly, one of the alleged victims was supposedly a teenager during the first trial, who had gone out to the courthouse enamored by our Kelly celebrity to meet him. And they struck up a relationship, so it's fascinating. And then you have at least some of the victims in the Kurt cases against our Kelly referred to the state's attorney's office by Michael avenue Audie. Stopped me Daniels fame can't make this up who's down facing his own shirts zone indictments and a lot of a lot of charges. Yes, this is just, you know, people always people talk about fake news. And let me tell you, if we tried our hardest. You couldn't you couldn't make it up. And you wouldn't believe it if we did, I made I if you had said, all of the ways in which the tangled web has been woven across the Cook County criminal courts building twenty six. You wouldn't believe it would you, you totally wouldn't and to think that it was sort of a lifetime movie that summed up some of the what the victims statements really. Years and year. Right. It seemed like it might have gone away. Had it not been for that. That documentary brought new light to his what had people had said had happened in the past and kind of brought a lot of people together saying the same thing about charges against him. And this is where we are today where he's facing eleven new counts on top of the ten other accounts are what, what else is coming up on the WGN, TV news, nine and ten four five six nine ten political reporter Bradley still down in Springfield, which I hear his lovely this time of the year. And he says recreational marijuana one step closer to reality in Illinois, looks like it pass through these States, Senate with some interesting little tweaks to it. Namely,.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Powers in the aftermath of yesterday's deadly Easter Sunday bomb attacks on hotels and churches blamed on militants with foreign links that killed two hundred ninety people and wounded nearly five hundred including several Americans correspondent will Ripley is in the capital of Colombo. It is empty tonight aside from the police and heavily armed security officers and soldiers who are out here on patrol because there's a curfew in effect throughout the city. People don't wanna go outside. They don't wanna be in public areas because they don't know if this terror network that their government is now telling them about telling them that that the government was warned about and ignored the warnings that. No, if it's going to strike again police this morning are investigating a death that occurred at the scene of an officer involved shooting in the harbor city area. Officers went to the sixteen thousand seven hundred lock of Denver avenue about twenty minutes to seven today. Response to a man with a gun reported. Someone died at the location short time later that investigation is just still ongoing attempted murder and child abuse charges have been filed against Tennessee man, accused of trying to kill his own eight month old son last week in a vacant LA apartment. Michael Freeman is scheduled to be arraigned sometime today at downtown criminal courts building just in time for Earth Day. We're seeing new restrictions on plastic. Straws restaurants in the city of Los Angeles can no longer automatically give out plastic straws, if they have more than twenty-six workers, and that includes fast food restaurants, if you want a plastic straw, you need to ask for one. But city councilmember Mitchell Farrell hopes you'll say no, everyone who is a consumer can take part in helping to heal iron virement by either saying, no, thank you or bringing a reusable straw or not using one. And he's examining a total ban on plastic straws in the next couple of years for now, you can still get one. If you ask Kevin trip. ABC news college, admissions pro and former TV actress who used to work with Laurie Lachlan is now weighing in on the college admissions scandal, Pamela Donnelly is the author of the book four keys to college admission success. She also worked on the ABC soap opera the edge of night along with Lachlan in the early eighties. A little bit ironic that we got it back in the day. And now I'm being asked consistently in the media that I'm doing to comment, I have compassion as a parent. But gosh, you know, that was really really bad. She also says she's been approached by other high profile celebrities and CEO's looking for a back door to get into top universities, Pamela. Donnelly was a guest on the morning drive..

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"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thanks so much for your time this morning, we appreciate very welcome. The actor jussie smollet lettuce. Suddenly in the clear police said investigators had more than enough evidence to convict the actor of staging a racist and homophobic attack on himself. But then yesterday Chicago prosecutors decided to drop all of the charges against him. Chicago's mayor Rahm Emanuel called this decision. A quote whitewash of Justice. Here's more from NPR's zero corley. The news that empire actor Jesse smell that wouldn't have to fight felony charges of disorderly conduct came as a surprise as reporters and fans quickly gathered in the lobby of the criminal courts building small that set his battle against the charges had not been in vain. I've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. I would not be my mother, son. If I was capable of one drop of what I smell that was indicted by a grand jury on sixteen counts of felony disorderly conduct accused of filing a false. Police report the actor is black and gay. He said he was attacked by two men, wearing masks who shouted, racial and homophobic slurs. Poured bleach on him and put a noose around his neck while expressing support for President Donald Trump that alleged incident took place in January Chicago police called it a hoax instead smollet unhappy with us pay on the show empire higher two brothers to carry out the attack in staged everything for publicity, Chicago's mayor Rahm Emanuel. Angrily? Denounced the move to drop the charges. This is without a doubt, a white watching Justice and sends a McClair message that if you're in a position of influence and power you'll get treated one way..

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"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Smell that wouldn't have to fight felony charges of disorderly conduct came as a surprise as reporters and fans quickly gathered in the lobby of the criminal courts, building small that said his battle against the charges had not been in vain. I've been truthful inconsistent on every single level since day one. I would not be my mother, son. If I was capable of one drop of what I smell that was indicted by a grand jury on sixteen counts of felony disorderly conduct accused of filing a false. Police report the actor is black and gay. He said he was attacked by two men, wearing masks who shouted, racial and homophobic slurs. Poured bleach on him and put a noose around his neck while expressing support for President Donald Trump that alleged incident took place in January Chicago police called it a hoax and said smell at unhappy. With us pay on the show empire higher two brothers to carry out the attack in staged everything for publicity Chicago's Rahm Emanuel. Angrily? Denounced the move to drop the charges. This is without a doubt. A why watch it Justice and sends a clear message that if you're in a position of influence and power you'll get treated one way. Other people be treated another way there is no accountability than in the system. It is wrong full stop Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson said he didn't know about the prosecutors plans until Tuesday's court hearing. He says Justice was not served. If you want to say, you're innocent of a situation, then you take your day in court..

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Mess that is London England and all that Well, Paul quits coming up to thirty six degrees of light rain in Chicago this morning deadly attacks on two mosques in New Zealand have sparked global outrage and condemnation at least forty nine people have been killed during Friday prayers in the city of Christ Church forty eight or wounded including twenty who are critically wounded four people are in custody. One man has already been charged with murder Chicago police say there are no known threats to the city of Chicago following that mass shooting. Special. Attention patrols are being paid now to Chicago mosques as a precaution. Similar situations developing across the country this morning CD has also offered its deepest condolences to all those affected by the New Zealand attacks. Cook County judge will consider allowing cameras in the courtroom during hearings in the R Kelly sex abuse trial, the singer is not expected to attend. The hearing today as judge takes up the issue in criminal courts, building Kelly was indicted last month on ten counts accusing him sexually abusing three underage girls. And a woman one of the alleged victims has objected to being filmed in court another former candidate is endorsing Lori Lightfoot in the race for Chicago mayor berry Chico announced his support for her yesterday saying he believes in her vision of creating a stronger safer and more equitable, Chicago. And those are the headlines WGN sports, the free agent signing spree continues in the NFL the bears have signed a handful of players the latest former Green Bay. In Washington safety hot Clinton, Dix who agree to a one year deal. The New York Giants who traded star wide receiver Odell Beckham junior to Cleveland. This week signed veteran golden Tate to replace him and Oakland released former Packers star receiver Jordy Nelson. And there's word this morning. The NFL has suspended the Cleveland Browns running back Kareem hunt for that video showed him kicking a woman leading gays release by Kansas City, and then his signing by the Browns Illinois basketball season is over they line. I felt Iowa and the big ten tournament Eighty-three sixty two today's quarterfinal matchups beginning at eleven thirty Michigan state against Ohio State, Nebraska plays Wisconsin this evening, Minnesota and Purdue and Iowa will take on Michigan. The Blackhawks now six points out of playoffs spot again after Arizona ripped Anaheim six one behind vani Hinna stroz his first career hat trick are extensively. Blackhawks report the hall. At Montreal tomorrow. We'll have it at five thirty on WGN baseball this afternoon. The White Sox host the cubs. We've got that game at three o'clock for you. The bulls play tonight at the clippers you could see that game on WGN TV. Zach living expected back after missing a couple of games. And here's just the thing for you. Steve I know.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Jussie smollet. Curving charts so far with felony disorderly conduct for allegedly filing false police report claiming he was attacked in Chicago also federal charges that may be filed against him. He was treated as a victim through the entire thing. We're actually who is the perpetrator of this fraud a fraud, by the way that could very well have led to riots in the streets. And I mean, they're very genuinely if this had occurred. Hot August evening. I could almost guarantee it. It'll be another. The white guy is hitting on the black guy thing or the homophobes or kicking the home of the homosexual thing. But instead, it's simply a fraud. It's a hoax as a long list of hoaxes. And this is simply the latest of them. So you probably won't be getting a raise on the TV show empire. He may instead be wearing prison orange for a bit. You know, orange is the new black as they say he he claimed the two masked men attacked him. And now Gloria Schmidt who's the lawyer for the two brothers. He hired to do. This was that the George n Leighton criminal court building in Chicago yesterday. And she says that smollet should tell the truth about what actually happened. I think that jesse's conscience is probably not letting him sleep right now. So I think he should unload that conscience and just come out until the American people would actually she says that it's not the case that the brothers made a deal with police. They didn't make a deal with federal authorities. They simply one of the truth out. There was never a.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Thanks that good morning. It's overcast in twenty nine degrees at O'Hare the murder case against man, charged with killing Chicago police commander, Paul Bauer heads before a judge today. The late in criminal court building four time convicted felon Chamorro Getty was out on bail at the time of the February shooting. He was on parole serving probation Bauer was a thirty one year veteran of the deportment the commander who replaced Bauer arrested a suspected Bank robber on the city's near northside yesterday commander. Daniel O'Shea says he heard a call over the radio about a robbery in progress at the chase Bank near the corner of Dearborn. Monroe. Being a male black, gray jackets shaved hair. He arrested the man outside the Bank then handed him over to FBI agents. The FBI says he's wanted for at least two recent Bank robberies dozens of postal workers will hold a vigil tonight in Chicago for missing colleague Twenty-six-year-old Keer calls his pregnant volunteers been handing out flyers early October. Sometimes you have to put yourself in these families shoes at think if that was my sister my cousin my daughter, my auntie, sometimes you have to move for and not just wait till you hit your doorstep just to help. Coles was last seen October second in surveillance video outside her home on the city's south side. Stay twenty seven of the partial government shutdown meetings were held yesterday at the White House. There's been no optimism shown yet by those in attendance, senators could vote on President Trump's pick to become the next US attorney general as early as next month during confirmation hearings yesterday character witnesses took question. The Judge Michael Mukasey, a former attorney general supports William bar. He answered questions so did N W N. Double ACP rather. President johnson. He opposes bars nomination and the word hoax came up yesterday during Senate confirmation hearings for the president's pick to be the next head of the Environmental Protection Agency. Here's the exchange between nominee, Andrew Wheeler. The current acting EPA chief and Senator Bernie Sanders believe the climate change is real I believe the man has an impact on it. And president has said that climate change is a hoax. Do agree with him. I not used the hooks word myself. I think I would not call it. The greatest crisis Nassir. I I consider it a huge issue that has to be addressed globally. We lose been the EPA as acting administrator since Scott Pruitt resigned last year amid several scandals involving spending and that thanks. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next on WGN. For over nine.

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"criminal court building" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"criminal court building" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"And also shouldn't judges go. Hey, can't go for something that's out of the category of the crime that what actually happened that? When when I started practicing thirty five years ago in you were on the I always refer to the third floor of the criminal courts building. Because that's where all the preliminary hearings were back, then there were judges. Like judge mayor say mayors news in department thirty six Sam mayor soon was a was a very -ccomplish district attorney who then became then a municipal court judge was famously in the courts on the third floor. He would look a case like this. And he would turn to the DA and say, what are you doing? What are you? Why are you charging a murder? This is not a murder never was a murder never will be a murder, and he would have weeded out that was back when preliminary hearing served the fun. Action of weeding out cases. Now, every judge is I'm not gonna say every judge. But but the overwhelming majority of judges are so afraid of being on the front page of the dates be also LA times test or being on the internet or going getting Aaron Persky like for the judge who was recalled in the Brock Turner case that that was up north Stanford. Yeah. The Stanford case that guy got recalled first time in eight years judge was recalled and that was and he could not have been more hosed legal term by the by a movement that had no business doing what they were doing in that case and judges and understandably most judges nowadays in the old days. And I I guess I'm getting old. So I can say it used to be the being a judge was a capstone to your career that was you kind of if you were a civil litigator. You would live. You'd you'd work at a large firm for twenty years. And then you'd get appointed to the bench because it was a great honor. Or if you were a DA or a defense lawyer, you aspired to be a judge after trying big cases. And that's what you want to do Harvey Giss who was who was a great DA should've tried OJ Harvey was a judge in San Fernando. And and it was that was kind of the mold of the judges that you would want would expect and actually the presiding judge of the criminal courts building. Now Sam ODA, I try to case against same ODA, very -ccomplish trial war, that's kind of a throwback in a way to yesteryear, Kathy mater, another one who's actually listened to the show on occasion throwback to yesteryear. Now, unfortunately, judges get punished if they do the right thing. I mean, they someday will file against them and say they're soft on crime some somebody else. Getting those though the there'll be a movement so to speak that says, oh, they they let. Pedophile go or they do this. Or they do that. You get you just kind of throw something out. And we end up litigating social issues and criminal courtroom where they know it's the last place that these things should be litigated. Well, you know, it's funny. I was thinking about it. You know, we talk about there's always news about this comedian or what Louis C K say on stage in baba blob. I've said a million times you must talk like nobody's listening, and if you were at a diner and you're sitting in a booth and a bunch of people were sitting in a booth next year, your parents, your wife, your in-laws, whomever co workers, and you're talking with a friend the conversation would change dramatically correct dramatically. All you'd be talking about is how LeBron how the Lakers have been since LeBron got there and how unseasonably cold it is you would never get into work. You'd never get near relationships. You'd never get in your family. We'd never speak freely. So in a way, and we don't want this for comedians..

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