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Fresh update on "district court" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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Julie Kelly Describes the Corrupt, Brainwashing J6 Public Defenders
"To us about the quality of and the behavior of the public defenders? I've read things that I found hard to believe, Julie. As the child of a man who at the age of 20 was put through a show trial, a communist show trial, and then given a life sentence and put in a political prison. That's my father Paul gorka, to hear accounts of a defendant having to openly in front of the judge, make statements about how yes I'm sorry I recognize that Joe Biden is the real president. This is this is something out of Mao's communist China. Who are these public defenders that are giving subscribed prescribed reading lists of politically correct books to their defendants to their clients? Yeah, it's really pretty stunning. One of them is named Heather shaner. I talk about her in my book. She amazingly is still defending January 6th defendants. Now, it's important to note most of these people have never been in trouble with criminal justice system ever. They don't have money 6 figures at least to retain a criminal defense lawyer in Washington, D.C., so they are wholly reliant on public defenders, court appointed attorneys. And many of them, as you can imagine, are far leftists as most public defenders are. And they are this Heather Shane, for example, has put some of her clients through this re-education camp, giving them books, telling them to watch movies that portray America as systemically racist as anti semitic. You know, we murdered off all of the Native Americans. This is what she has said publicly, but the real shame here said is public defenders can do and say whatever they want. The problem is these D.C. district court judges and I'm talking about every single judge from Trump appointees, Clinton, Obama, down to Reagan appointees if you can believe they're still two of them on the court. They are allowing this government to get away with everything that they're asking for. And not condemning these public defenders for saying this has nothing to do. This is someone charged with parading in the capitol, a petty offense, a class B misdemeanor. I mean, these are things as barrel how the chief judge said, this court never even entertains class B misdemeanors. But that is monopolizing the court's time right now.
Fresh update on "district court" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"All right, let's switch to the courtroom again. Will you talk to us about the quality of and the behavior of the public defenders? I've read things that I found hard to believe, Julie. As the child of a man who at the age of 20 was put through a show trial, a communist show trial, and then given a life sentence and put in a political prison. That's my father Paul gorka, to hear accounts of a defendant having to openly in front of the judge, make statements about how yes I'm sorry I recognize that Joe Biden is the real president. This is this is something out of Mao's communist China. Who are these public defenders that are giving subscribed prescribed reading lists of politically correct books to their defendants to their clients? Yeah, it's really pretty stunning. One of them is named Heather shaner. I talk about her in my book. She amazingly is still defending January 6th defendants. Now, it's important to note most of these people have never been in trouble with criminal justice system ever. They don't have money 6 figures at least to retain a criminal defense lawyer in Washington, D.C., so they are wholly reliant on public defenders, court appointed attorneys. And many of them, as you can imagine, are far leftists as most public defenders are. And they are this Heather Shane, for example, has put some of her clients through this re-education camp, giving them books, telling them to watch movies that portray America as systemically racist as anti semitic. You know, we murdered off all of the Native Americans. This is what she has said publicly, but the real shame here said is public defenders can do and say whatever they want. The problem is these D.C. district court judges and I'm talking about every single judge from Trump appointees, Clinton, Obama, down to Reagan appointees if you can believe they're still two of them on the court. They are allowing this government to get away with everything that they're asking for. And not condemning these public defenders for saying this has nothing to do. This is someone charged with parading in the capitol, a petty offense, a class B misdemeanor. I mean, these are things as barrel how the chief judge said, this court never even entertains class B misdemeanors. But that is monopolizing the court's time right now. So yes, you do have that problem. But you also have judges, the same judges I just talked about berating January 6th defendants for supporting Donald Trump for believing the big lie for not. And they're doing they're doing this in the court. This isn't overheard phone conversations on the seller by the judge. They're making political statements from the bench they are not only making political statements from the bench during sentencing. They are making political statements from the bench during pretrial detention hearings. So this is where the judge determines and is that, as you've said, over a hundred times have allowed the government to deny bail to these defendants, they are making these comments in pretrial detention hearings. You're supposed to remember this presumed innocent until proven guilty. That is only one right that has been completely abolished by this D.C. district court court. I'm telling you, the real villains here, aside from the DoJ, aside from these public defenders, aside from the news media, are these judges sitting on the D.C. district court. They are shameful. They are abdicating their duties. And they are really stomping on the constitution that they are sworn to protect. None of that is happening in this courts in this D.C. court system. I don't want to lessen your achievement and it is stunning and we'll talk about your courage and the cost you personally. How many other people do you see doing, I don't know, 30% of the coverage that you've done on this case. Well, look, I have to credit you because you were with me from the beginning when I started covering this really in January 2021, seeing what this DoJ was starting to do. So you, I mean, obviously Darren Beatty at revolver news has done a lot of work. I'm so grateful for Tucker Carlson. The only person at Fox News who will help cover this story, Laura Ingraham has, as well, it's been blatantly in flagrantly ignored by other people at Fox News. So as far as reporters though, that's really all. That's about it. Right? That's about it. That's utterly insane. Yeah, we had down there. I know judicial watch. I have to judicial watch. But they're not journalists. I'm talking about journalists, judicial God bless him, you know, Tom fitting Chris harrow. I'm talking about journalists. It's you, Darren Beatty, and I don't count myself. We'll talk, we're hosts that give you a platform. You are out there fighting. Difference, please, if this is important to you, getting this kind of information is important to you, you've got to follow this lady, Julie underscore Kelly two, and the book is January 6th. Nobody else is writing this. There is no other book of this nature of this ilk out there, January 6th, how Democrats use the capital protest to launch a war on terror against the political right. We have to keep banging the drum. This is political persecution. These are political prisoners. God bless you, Julie. Okay, if you want to support programs like this, you've got to support those that make it possible, great Americans like Mike lyndell, Mike is under assault every single day. He has now been banned. Yes, banned by Walmart why, because he's a conservative. He had a great role to play in the Supreme Court decision on roe V wade. He funded several projects, including a very successful movie about the truth of Planned Parenthood. Let's get back to Mike.
The Latest on the January 6th Political Prisoners With Julie Kelly
"I want to be meticulous here. Because you've done such a service that I think hasn't gone the requisite attention outside of American greatness and some shows. You've been on tacos show. You've been on my show regularly, but we need to really document people need to read your book January 6th and we need to document what's happening in the last year and a half. So let's talk about, again, what's happening in the courtrooms? Will you share with us the details? Well, let's start what's happening in the prisons. What is the conditions, only a handful of Republicans have dared have shown the fortitude to actually go and visit these prisons. It's Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Louie gohmert, Paul gosar. I may have missed one or two, but it's a handful of sorry. Andy bigg. Andy Biggs, of course, just a handful out of the hundreds who should have gone. We share a little bit about what the conditions are like and how they're being treated in the prison in the nation's capital, Julie. So right now, Seth, there are roughly 70, 75 political prisoners about half of those men are in this D.C. gulag. Some of them have been there for now 16 months and counting. The DoJ, U.S. marshal service are actually transferring some men who have been detained in other parts of the country for months on end, moving them to this D.C. gulag. I mean, it's exactly what you would think, jail in Washington, D.C., would look like. They're mostly held in solitary confinement conditions. They are tormented by jail officials, jail guards who have nothing but contempt for them is Trump supporters. Their defense attorneys complain incessantly in court to D.C. district court judges who are duty bound to protect the rights of defendants against this vengeful government, they have failed to do it. The defense attorneys can not get access to their clients. The jail guards are withholding, discovery evidence that is sent to the jail for months on end. So they are prevented from their constitutional right as a defendant to build their own defense.
Fresh update on "district court" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"It today. Promo code GOR KA. I want to be meticulous here. Because you've done such a service that I think hasn't gone the requisite attention outside of American greatness and some shows. You've been on tacos show. You've been on my show regularly, but we need to really document people need to read your book January 6th and we need to document what's happening in the last year and a half. So let's talk about, again, what's happening in the courtrooms? Will you share with us the details? Well, let's start what's happening in the prisons. What is the conditions, only a handful of Republicans have dared have shown the fortitude to actually go and visit these prisons. It's Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Louie gohmert, Paul gosar. I may have missed one or two, but it's a handful of sorry. Andy bigg. Andy Biggs, of course, just a handful out of the hundreds who should have gone. We share a little bit about what the conditions are like and how they're being treated in the prison in the nation's capital, Julie. So right now, Seth, there are roughly 70, 75 political prisoners about half of those men are in this D.C. gulag. Some of them have been there for now 16 months and counting. The DoJ, U.S. marshal service are actually transferring some men who have been detained in other parts of the country for months on end, moving them to this D.C. gulag. I mean, it's exactly what you would think, jail in Washington, D.C., would look like. They're mostly held in solitary confinement conditions. They are tormented by jail officials, jail guards who have nothing but contempt for them is Trump supporters. Their defense attorneys complain incessantly in court to D.C. district court judges who are duty bound to protect the rights of defendants against this vengeful government, they have failed to do it. The defense attorneys can not get access to their clients. The jail guards are withholding, discovery evidence that is sent to the jail for months on end. So they are prevented from their constitutional right as a defendant to build their own defense. They can't talk to their lawyers. They can't meet with their lawyers, especially if they're not vaccinated, and they can't even see the evidence against them. So that's what's happening in the D.C. gulag disease men are really languishing. Here we are almost a year and a half later. And you know what's up, what's really infuriating is the government adding new charges, adding new defendants to some of these major cases like the oath keepers and the Proud Boys. What just happened last week, judge Tim Kelly, a Trump appointee who is holding at least 5 members of the Proud Boys charged with nonviolent offenses, by the way, has held them in jail since last spring. Now going along with DoJ to move their trial, which was already moved from April of this year to August. Now moving it from August to December. You will have a few of those men who will be imprisoned for almost two years, not convicted of any crime, no criminal record, no violent charges. In jail for almost two years before they have their day in court in Washington, D.C., which is another travesty. Well, because.
Iowa Supreme Court: Abortion not fundamental right in state
"The Iowa Supreme Court cleared the way for lawmakers to severely limit or ban abortion in the state The court reversed a decision it made four years ago guaranteeing the right to abortion under the Iowa constitution The Iowa Supreme Court is now composed almost entirely of Republican appointees It concluded a less conservative court four years ago made the wrong decision Abortion providers had challenged a 2020 law that required a 24 hour waiting period before a woman can get an abortion A judge who struck down the law side of the state's high court's 2018 ruling The battle over the 24 hour waiting period in Iowa goes back to district court I'm Ed
Julie Kelly: Judge McFadden Realized J6 Trials Were Political Trials
"6th Julie these seem like political trials not legal trials I only got about a minute left but listen I get it that the judge the verdict rulings were not really great for the defendants but you got to applaud him for doing the right thing I mean can you imagine the pressure This judge must be under to conduct a star chamber there and just throw these people in jail no matter what I mean I really I would typically pick a jury over a judge trial but in this case I can't dispute them trying to pick a judge trial going forward It seems like the common sense move at this point your quick thoughts on that You really do and judge mcfadden now I've been a critic of his He's a Trump appointee He's gone along with DoJ He's holding men under pretrial detention orders including man accused of no violent crimes but he gets a little bit of a cheer here and I think that maybe he's realizing that the early narrative of this and the demands of this D.C. district court to make sure that they prosecuted and punished these defenses as harshly as they possibly could that maybe he's got a little bit of a conscience and now realizing that that's not such a good idea Certainly has nothing to do with justice or fair play has everything to do with politically prosecuting political dissidents in the United States of America including sending them to a political prison in the nation's capital
American Greatness: Judge Acquits J6 Protester in First Defeat for DOJ
"I spoke briefly the other day about a federal district judge in Washington D.C. by the name of Trevor mcfadden Who appears to be the only federal judge Who actually believes in the rule of law there And the Intrepid should be Pulitzer Prize winning but the Mark Levin award winning Julie Kelly An American greatness site Just posted the following D.C. district court judge Trevor mcfadden today delivered a major blow to the Justice Department's aggressive prosecution of January 6th protesters Following a bench trial this week from Matthew Martin in New Mexico man charged with the most common misdemeanors related to the capital protests Judge mcfadden found Martin not guilty on all counts It is literally the first acquittal in a January 6th case The first and only one Nearly 800 Americans have been arrested and charged mostly on petty offenses For their involvement in the four hour disturbance that day she writes
Donald Trump Sues Hillary Clinton and the DNC
"Lawsuit. Here's what it says quote acting in concert, the defendants, and this is Hillary Clinton, the DNC committee, and several others. Maliciously conspired to weave a false narrative that their Republican opponent Donald Trump was colluding with a hostile foreign sovereignty. The actions taken in furtherance of their scheme falsifying evidence, deceiving law enforcement, and exploiting access to highly sensitive data sources are so outrageous subversive and incendiary that even the events of Watergate pale in comparison. It's a hundred page lawsuit filed in the U.S. D.C. court from a U.S. district court of southern district of Florida. And a spokesperson for Hillary Clinton responded with a one word statement nonsense. DNC spokesperson did not immediately respond to requests for comment from The Washington Post. More
"district court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The page at me in the district court judge's decision and was probably working on the minds of the appellate court judges even though they didn't expressly articulated that way Tell us more about the 9th circuit's reasons for unanimously telling the judge you can't dismiss this lawsuit at this stage So the decision on appeal largely focused on procedural elements And these procedural elements have been a bugaboo in the 9th circuit in copyright cases for over a decade now What is that issue with substantial similarity And for substantial similarity we apply a two part test known as extrinsic test and the intrinsic test But on a motion to dismiss all we consider is the extrinsic test and the extrinsic test asks whether there are similarities Remember similarities not differences where there are similarities between plot themes dialog mood setting characters and sequence of events that are considered protectable elements under copyright law The first thing the district court judge has to do is decide what's protectable and what's not protectable elements So the general idea of a grieving mother is not protectable under copyright law The idea of a stall being given humanistic features being treated like a human is not copyrightable The fact that you focused on inducing a boyfriend to go steal a bottle of wine that may well be copyrightable What did not happen here at the Discord level was the judge never attempted to separate the wheat from the chaff to figure out what were the copyrightable elements and what were the non copyrightable elements And then say well these copyrightable elements do have some similarities such that reasonable juror might believe there was copyright frigid That's what the district court did not do in which the 9th circuit really wants to be done on a motion to dismiss The 9th circuit said dismissal of the lawsuit at this early stage was improper because quote reasonable minds could differ on whether the stories are substantially similar My question is don't reasonable minds always differ on whether these things are similar I mean it seems like it's very subjective You're absolutely right June And that's why the 9th circuit that followed those comments with a suggestion that it would be more appropriate here to allow experts to weigh in on this matter And this has become increasingly common in the 9th circuit We see experts being used more and more in copyright cases and I would say there's a definite trend in the 9th circuit to almost requiring some sort of expert input before summary judgment or motion is granted The plot will continue back at the district court Thanks Terry That's Terrence Ross of cat and mutant rosenman Coming up will the Supreme Court limit the EPA's power to tackle climate change This is Bloomberg The you could save big when you bundle your home and auto with progressive but when we just come out and say it it feels like it falls a bit flat So we're going to use humor But we don't really want social intelligence so nothing too goofy and we need to avoid any polarizing topics Oh and it has to be about.
Carrie Severino: Ketanji Brown Jackson Has a Disturbing Track Record
"We haven't seen a lot of coverage of this unlike the Trump era when we had the three justices confirmed where it seemed like every little thing they ever wrote or talked about was the focus of a front page New York Times story Who is this judge I mean I've read some about some very controversial decisions about unions and DHS DHS powers at the border seems she has a very expansive view of one of these living constitution views and that always kind of troubles me Yeah it's very troubling and it's even more troubling that she's refusing to even acknowledge what her view is on this perspective And that's that I think is what's going to have to be really explored during these confirmation hearings So judge Jackson has spent 8 years as a district court judge so she was running trials better at the federal level in the district of D.C. and then now just for less than a year at the appeals court in D.C. reviewing those same type of decisions But in that time she has a disturbing record of several opinions that were reversed by the D.C. circuit for going beyond her own jurisdiction as a judge And in a way that looks to me to be a characteristically political So she was often reviewing Trump era regulation in overturning them in ways that even the liberal judges of the D.C. circuit because that circuit is overwhelmingly liberal Even those judges were saying with going beyond her authority she had some very intemperate language she used about president Trump during that time in one of those opinions One of them she spent a lot of time waxing poetic about the benefits of illegal immigrants to society and then went on to decide a decision that the court again including liberal judges said no actually this is clearly an entirely left the Department of Homeland Security You don't get to decide as a judge how illegal immigrants are dealt with So that's the kind of thing that gives me real pause
Biden Nominates Ketanji Brown Jackson to Supreme Court
"Biden will nominate judge Kate Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court. It would be, of course, of course, the first black woman nominated to be a justice on the nation's highest court, fulfilling his promise. She's 51 years old. She serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia circuit. Interestingly, she is has only served and she'd be the youngest second youngest justice on the current court justice Amy Coney Barrett turned 50 in January. She only David souter. Came to the Supreme Court with less time on the federal appeals court. She is only served on the federal appeals court for 8 months. She was nominated a district court 8 months ago, you know what's an interesting fact, she's related by marriage to Paul Ryan. The former House speaker, who gave her a hearty endorsement. Paul Ryan of all people, the former House speaker, her husband's twin brother, is married to Paul Ryan's wife's sister.
Judge rejects effort by Trump to toss Jan. 6 lawsuits
"A federal judge has rejected former president Donald trump's efforts to toss out lawsuits claiming his actions led to the January sixth twenty twenty one insurrection at the U. S. capitol I'm Ben Thomas with the latest two capitol police officers and democratic congressman Eric Swalwell filed a lawsuit arguing that then president his son Donald Trump junior and attorney Rudy Giuliani made false and incendiary allegations of fraud and theft in in direct response to trump's express calls for violence a pilot mob attacked the U. S. capitol U. S. District Court judge Amit Mehta dismissed the charges against the younger trump and Giuliani saying their speech was protected by the first amendment but he said the former president's remarks were plausibly words of incitement not protected he added only in the most extraordinary circumstances would a president's speech not be protected but this is that case Ben Thomas Washington
Caller Frustrated Joe Biden Excludes Black Men, Other Races for Supreme Court Justice Consideration
"You know? That's the word I've been using all day Harold. How about a black judge on a U.S. district court somewhere, some brilliant judge who hears the promise and the guarantee that he doesn't stand a chance because he's not a female. That's terrible. Exactly. I mean, it's offensive. I talk to my children about this quite a bit. Okay, what do you do with Asians? What do you do with Hispanics? What do you do with west Indian? I mean, you've just wiped all of them out and what's saddening for me and I'm gonna make a general statement is we as black people and it is general because there aren't those like myself who are not standing up for it, fall into this same old, same old scheme of allowing allowing another group or another political entity to tell us what we are and what we are not. And it's sickening. And I would think as a Supreme Court, justice or somebody that's up there, whoever he's picking, that should be offensive for them to want to step into those shoes because I know at my job, if I had found out that I was hired only because I was a black man, I'd be out of there in two seconds. Exactly. Why would you want to work for a place like that? You know Harold, I hope that your point is the point that Republicans make all through the nomination process not attacking her or going after her or grilling her because they're going to use that as a campaign tool for the midterms. And for me, it's all about the midterms. Listen, we're going to lose this. We there's nothing we can do about the seat. They've got the votes, unless Manchin cinema come over and they won't, they're not going to. They're not going to, they're not going to cross party line on this one. But I hope that's the point everybody could remember because decent normal, clear thinking people find this outrageous.
Julie Kelly: D.C. District Judges Like Tanya S. Chutkan Are Performative
"He think you're referring to Tanya chuck Ken who is a D.C. district court judge She is a black woman and she is handling several of these cases And in many instances Mark she is sentencing trespassers people who are pleading guilty to my favorite misdemeanor which is parading in the capital She is sentencing these people to jail time 30 or 60 days in prison for a class B misdemeanor which this court usually doesn't even handle And so and then she of course schools them from the bench the rates about being insurrectionists and trying to attack the capital So a lot of what I'm seeing by these D.C. district court judges is just performance art They are trying to get elevated by Joe Biden to another court And so I think that that is the judge that you're referring to
Julie Kelly: ACLU, Government Doesn't Care About Awful Treatment of January 6th Detainees
"What Julie's doing and asking questions is doing the nation to service that the media used to do Julie but they don't seem to care And even worse they don't seem to care about the treatment of the January 6th prisoners either all these prison reform advocates are prison reform We've got too many people in jail We get when you talk about January 6th They're like throw them in the cell feed them dead rodents I mean what a bunch of frauds And let's keep in mind the people who are detained right now as I explained in my book in this D.C. gulag which has been opened just for January 6th defendants and they have not been convicted of any crime They are there denied bail at the request of Joe Biden's Justice Department With the consent of D.C. district court judges and we're talking everyone some wake and appointees Obama all the way to Trump appointees Signing off on pre trial detention orders to keep these men behind bars their trials keep getting moved I just listened to a trial this week a man who is turned himself in over a year ago his trial was supposed to start February 24th It now has been moved to April 20th Judge Emmett Sullivan yes that judge didn't even consider flatly rejected the idea of allowing him out of prison Awaiting a trial did he just moved back another two months
Sebastian Sues to Block Jan. 6 Panel's Subpoena for Phone Records
"Why is the subpoena for my phone records illegal and unconstitutional? The lawyers I have hired have done a bang up job and I'm going to tell you right now, this is the second half of what we filed in the D.C. district court late last night. Part four. The subpoena to Verizon violates telecommunication and privacy laws. In the, quote, findings section of the telephone records and privacy protection act of 2006 Congress noted that, quote, the unauthorized disclosure of telephone records, assaults, individual privacy. Therefore, the disclosure of such information quote without prior authorization from the customer to whom such confidential phone record information relates is expressly prohibited. 18 U.S. code paragraph ten 39 B subsection C while specific exemptions such as disclosure to law enforcement and emergency service provide provides apply those exemptions do not apply to the subpoena at issue here. Under the stored communications act and entity which provides electronic communications and remote computing services such as Verizon may not knowingly divulge quote a record or other information pertaining to a subscriber or to a customer of such a service or to any governmental entity. While certain government entities may require disclosure of such information, they may only do so if they obtain a warrant.
Mark Levin Gives an Inside Look on Appointing Federal Judges
"We have a judge appointed by president Trump by the name of Trevor mcfadden He is a district court judge in Washington D.C. and a lot of these district court judges I've explained this in the past Are not really the selection of a sitting president A lot of times you have to make deals To get them through the Senate So they make deals on district court judges not on circuit court judges unless that's changed And certainly not on Supreme Court Justices But you have situations in one you have a Republican president and you're looking at a Democrat area like the District of Columbia Where they'll cut a deal Let's say there's two trial judge seats that are open district court judge seats that are open And what they'll do the Democrats on Capitol Hill they'll say look we're going to block you guys If you try and put to Republicans in there so a president typically has to say all right look I'll get one and you pick one Or maybe there's three openings In and around New York City federal judge slots And a president will say I'm taking two I'll give you one I've seen that happen It had to happen with rag and it's happened with everybody But we drew the line at the appellate courts and certainly at the Supreme Court and I certainly hope Republican presidents have continued to do that So even though Trevor mcfadden was appointed by nominated by and then confirmed by the Senate by a president Trump it doesn't mean he's a Trump guy If you get my point is that pretty clear mister
Prosecutors Have Nothing on Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
"So fantastic piece by Caroline like Caroline glick is a brilliant person born in America She's an Israeli Author senior columnist Israel hayom But she's writing here an opinion in the American newsweek website She says the corruption trial of former Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Jerusalem district court has been ongoing for the past two months Things are not going well for the prosecutors Israel's state prosecution submitted a list of 333 witnesses It front loaded its best ones so far 8 have taken a stand and all of them have obliterated the prosecution's case Longtime Israeli juris and former prosecutors attest that this is the worst presentation of evidence they have ever seen They ought to see the car rittenhouse case But nonetheless For the past three years has really attorney general avatar manda built Mandelbrot Manda bullet And it sounds better in real German I don't you know And his colleagues built their case for indicting Netanyahu a long serving successful and popular prime minister By claiming their star witnesses had given them proof that Netanyahu's corrupt and dangerous Though a legal selective leaks from investigation rooms and prime time press conferences the state prosecution insisted that the witnesses had given them incontrovertible evidence that Netanyahu received a bribe in the form of positive coverage from a news website Manga belt claimed that in exchange for the bribe of positive coverage Netanyahu compelled regulators to provide the owner of the website with a sweetheart deal worth hundreds of millions of dollars Well well but over the past two months as one allegedly star witness after another took the stand each rejected manda belts
Hong Kong tycoon given 13 months jail for Tiananmen vigil
"Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties light light the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests for for which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's my my Hong Hong Kong Kong tycoon tycoon he's he's been been given given thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail full full of of Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil Hong Hong Kong Kong court court has has sentenced sentenced activist activist and and business business tycoon tycoon Jimmy Jimmy Lai Lai to to thirteen thirteen months months in in jail jail for for urging urging participation participation in in last last year's year's bound bound Tiananmen Tiananmen vigil vigil amid amid a a crackdown crackdown by by Chinese Chinese authorities authorities that that is is rolled rolled back back the the semi semi autonomous autonomous cities cities civil civil liberties liberties like like the the founder founder of of the the now now shuttered shuttered pro pro democracy democracy newspaper newspaper apple apple daily daily has has already already been been jailed jailed for for taking taking part part in in pro pro democracy democracy protests protests the the which which he he will will serve serve a a total total of of twenty twenty months months the the District District Court Court convicted convicted seven seven others others on on similar similar charges charges and and handed handed out out sentences sentences of of up up to to fourteen fourteen months months I'm I'm Charles Charles that's that's
Freedom Fighters Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing on Law Enforcement's Targeting of Conservatives
"And we back with freedom fighters. Joe di genova and Victoria dancing. Okay, let's talk about the latest iteration of the targeting of conservatives by law enforcement. We have the January 6th commission. We have the narrative of an insurrection occurring. The only people who died were protesters, a woman shot by a police officer and other woman who according to Julie Kelly, assume we will have the evidence was beaten to death by or crushed. Crushed in the cross will be one of the tunnels underneath the capitol. That story is about to erupt. And then we have hundreds of people who have been tracked down geolocated thanks to Verizon AT&T accused of misdemeanors like trespass and then put in solitary. Can you talk to us during Victoria on the latest developments, the subpoenas against people like my former colleague Steve Bannon and others? And the approach of mock Meadows because he's taking an interesting tack isn't he with his response in the commission subpoena? Well, Mark Meadows was originally cooperating with his lawyer, but then they began to raise issues of executive privilege and the committee said they wouldn't recognize those. And they said they were going to then Mark suspended his cooperation. And then they said they were going to have a vote and refer mark for criminal contempt prosecution, which the Garland Justice Department will no doubt put into play because they are politically completely politically motivated at the Justice Department. Now under Garland, I'm very very, very sad to say. So wisely, meadow has filed a lawsuit in United States District Court, challenging the legality of the subpoenas claiming they are overbroad that they do not really constitute the legitimate means that Congress has at its
Jury awards $25M in damages for Unite the Right violence
"In a mixed verdict a jury awards millions in damages for violence that erupted during the twenty seventeen unite the right rally a jury has ordered white nationalist leaders and organizations to pay more than twenty five million dollars in damages over violence that erupted during the deadly twenty seventeen unite the right rally in Charlottesville after a nearly monthlong civil trial the jury in U. S. District Court deadlocked on two key claims but found the white nationalist liable on four other counts the suit was filed by nine people who suffered physical and emotional injuries during the two days of demonstrations attorney Roberta Kaplan said the plaintiffs lawyers plan to refile the suit so a new jury can decide the two claims this jury could not reach a verdict on I'm surely after
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"They wouldn't do that, right? Well, you can do that so without getting too technical if they did it in the background, and they never disclosed the software. And somebody else comes along with the same idea and decides to file a patent on it. The people who are hiding the idea in the background can get sued for patent infringement, even if they came up with the idea first. So without digging into all of the facts and details about what happened here, that part of it is a possibility. And what's interesting is that, of course, isco. Did not believe that the District Court judge understood patent law and technology, which is sometimes the case. So, with you file a patent law case in certain circuits, they have a judge that sort of specializes in intellectual property. And they tend to know more about thin the other judges who are doing criminal law contract law and all the other stuff, and then in these cases, they have experts that sort of distill the technical piece. So that the judge and the jury can try to understand it a little bit better. So Cisco's claimed that the District court didn't understand the law is probably true, but they try to fix it. Federal circuit is a special court for hearing patent matters. And I guess we'll find out what happens next. Let's on appeal, right? So they always appeal was the field. But yeah, just put off saying that two billion as long as possible. Just goes to show that intellectual property does have value. Patents can have a lot of value. Yeah, So whether you're An entrepreneur or a huge company. Intellectual property can be super valuable. If it's done for the right things and in the right place, And if you have any questions about anything that you have a grinding intellectual property, patents, trademarks, copyrights, trade secrets. Richard can help you with that. That intellectual property attorney for almost 30 years, So my unbiased endorsement here. Thank you very much. So moving on to our guest this evening. We're very pleased to have with us. Joyce Johnson. Who is a sales expert, and Joyce is an author, speaker and sales champion and business codes. So welcome to the show. Joyce. We're very happy to have you here and sell me something. So you know, you're actually celery, something of intellectual property. That's something that my team and I have been looking at very real time with some things that I've created. And you know, before posting and things were always thinking, where should we go with that? And I've actually talked to an attorney on something recently that I created and he said, Well, you can have the trademark would have you on the actual photo that you're creating to explain what you're selling are communicating to your body is, however, they could still used the information behind it. So it was like, Okay, well, you know, just put it out there, You know, at least my name is there, So thank you for education. I'll probably be a baby you a little bit with my as we are beginning to create some brandy. But again, I am Jewish. Johnson, author Speaker sells champion coach and found her Y cell's network and I see everything begins with the cell. So whether I'm talking to my college babies and explaining to them how they can take their knowledge and transferable skills that they learned while they're in school. And go into the cells. Profession get a great job they get earning great money and painter. Student loans are just getting off their parent's couch rate. My brother always says he didn't have a room when he went back home from college, so excited to talk to the audience today about cells, you know, as we all know, everything begins with a cell right, and that's what's similar symbols, packages and things are about right now doing covert 19 minutes, assimilate that economy going out and buy something or sell something, and I think a lot of times the entrepreneurs because I coach a lot of money. Preneurs. We love what we love right? We love our art. Things were passionate about, But then we turned that passion and shoe a business..
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"Of Lafayette High Lsu and Lsu law school. He serves as first. Assistant. Da Under our current da Keith students who is not running for reelection. Danny's job duties include supervising operations of the DA's office and supervising prosecution of major cases his work with the DA's office since nineteen eighty-four when he was hired as a felony prosecutor by the late Nathan. Stanbury. Danny served on the team prosecuting the Mickey Sherman. At case he went to locate her body while da Keith suits was with Brandon Laverne, directing them to the location by cellphone. He was also on the team that prosecuted Dalton praise on which made national news back in the one thousand, nine, hundred, Eighty S. Admitted to the Bar In one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, two, Danny Landry is former law clerk for the Louisiana Third Circuit. Court of Appeal and as I understand it, he worked judge G Williams swept my late father in law. This week on September Fifth Danny and his wife Nancy celebrate thirty, nine years of marriage. They have three children, Morgan Chris, and Kelly. Daniel Landry. Welcome to discover Lafayette Jane Thank you for having me here and I'm looking forward to our chat today. Well, before we started, we've been chatting about under the sun you know growing up here. In this area by the oil center and Bendel Gardens. You've worked here your whole professional career. You really are a Laffy at guy on consider myself definitely old Lafayette. What does that mean when people say laughing at me? It means that we've watched Lafayette grow as a community when I was growing up the by you the vermillion was the city limits on one area on the other area was where Judy was. That was the twin drive in. So I consider that old Lafayette and went to FM Hamilton Laboratory School So that makes me Now. That was a great skull right Oh it was great grade school we had. Young School. Teachers being trained there. So we had the most modern stuff such as. Video type..
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"You still had most of Scott Most Ado Song. So it's all those little towns and they're. Anymore. Then all of. Lafayette Central and so it's hundred and fifteen thousand registered voters in that district. Gosh are you walking? I am I'm out there. You'll see me with my little wagon, my wagon with my ice chest and my signs and I'm doing my best to try to hit every neighborhood. I can between now and November you know just to. You know right now the crazy times we're living in it, it is hard. You can't really have functions like. Normally would during an election cycle. Having these big fundraisers or or meet and greets that that we would normally have. Not Safe, so we're not having and so the only way to really get out and meet people is to get on the street knock on the door and Ryan Sale. So I my experience has been very positive. People are grateful that you're coming to them and sharing your your information and and you know if they are afraid or don't want to answer. The door I've had people. They're still very nice. They usually all just wave or say, no, thank you leave your car and I just tell them and leaving it on the door and they say, okay, thank you very much. You know. So people are very, very nice and they're grateful for the opportunity to meet you and ask you questions if they want to ask you questions. It's been positive. Just A it's just a lot of walking. A big district. So the election is win. November third was the same as the presidential election. So there's a lot to vote for her whole lot a whole lot as. Depending on where you live, you're going to have different number of judges that you can vote for. Obviously, we have six seats in. District. Court. That are GONNA be open in the Fifteenth Judicial District. The Fifteenth Judicial District is made up of Lafayette for a million and Acadia, parish. So we have a one in Acadia once in vermilion and then the other four in Lafayette parish that are going to be vacant, and so a lot of turn that's a Lotta turnover in district court and then CITICORP you have so a. Retiring so you have that seat that that you have candidates running for and we have district attorney there that. Students is retiring. So we have to two people running for that seat and. So. Yeah. A, Marshall. Oh. Yes. I did forget about city Marshal Race Yeah. Yeah. That presidential race is really going to be pulling a lot of people to the poll I. Think. So I think certainly for the November third I, we should have a really big turn out and you know that's why I think it's important to get out there and tell you who I am right So what is the Is there one or two questions that you hear over and over like what are people curious about? My goodness you know usually. If I can kind of give my little. Spiel about what I want to accomplish in in in what I've done in my experience and my qualifications. Usually. My the response I get is. Well that sounds great because I. You know. So you kind of answered any questions oftentimes I have it now casually they'll me. A question about a particular issue. and. One lady I, in particular member very unhappy with the police. She was asking me about defunding the police. and. It's very hard because people do want. They want to know who you are where you stay on as a as a candidate, I want to be able to tell you that too. But. The rules of ethics basically say we are not allowed to publicly take a stance on one side or other of a particular issue like abortion or something yes. To not that you have any control over them right? Exactly. But you really can't speak on one side of the other of any issue because you never know if that issue would come before you know or you're really supposed to be. Impartial and always appear to be impartial and and it's and it's really not even about my stance because as a judge I have to. Listen to the fax and apply the law to those facts. Not What my personal feelings are they don't I don't get to put my personal feelings in the mix. You know law our our changed a lot because that's exactly right. That's not the job of a judge in the I don't make the law I. Would only apply the law that might have and so and I and I'm I'm a firm believer in that too is i. think there are roles that we haven't and I'm a rule follower I'm going to follow those rules so. Sometimes, somebody might ask you a question that you can't really answer of given them my answer, and sometimes they like it sometimes, they don't most of the time they understand that you know because we all I think, honestly, we all want to judge it's GonNa follow the rules. If you're not gonNA follow the rules while you're campaigning, what's going to happen when you're on the bench So. So most of the time you know I I really honestly all the different people I've talked to I can think of. One person who was not happy with the answer and then you know when I told them I said, well, don't you want to judge is going to follow the rules. He said Yeah Yeah I do you guys? I say he did when he thought about that you're right. You're right on understand you know said so so what I think doesn't matter anyway, I ran for office in the past and I really enjoyed meeting people and you just it's it can be humorous it can be poignant you know and But they do people WanNa, talk, yeah they WANNA talk about. Federal Government and what do you think about this only has found it to be fascinating because you really do get to know the community much better. Yeah. People is I'm amazed at how friendly people really are. You know that was always my concern about knocking on somebody's door the companion erupting them there. Saturday they weren't al or whatever yeah and for the most part people are even even if the answer the door and I like okay thank you and. If I after I've said a couple a couple of sentences now, they'll stop and listen to what you know and and so they're very, very nice. People are great. Yeah. Well, one last question you talked about people you know you, you tell them your qualifications, your experience in what you want to accomplish. Do you want to share that like that part of your message what you want to accomplish if you are elected judge is there like an overriding? Place in your heart you know that you want to share with us about why what you can accomplish if you're elected. When I talk to people but I tell them is you know I was like to tell them my qualifications that I started Mike. With the DA's office twenty years I've been there. As a felony prosecutor, I try cases ranging from felony theft of first degree murder everything in between. Just kind of know what I do You Know Health Start I said but I do believe in in rehabilitation over incarceration when that's. Appropriate and I helped start the drug court program, and so I really want people to understand that. Yes. I strongly believe in law and order when that's appropriate in a when when when it's appropriate to really enforce law and order like with violent offenders. If a violent offender has has hurt someone they need to be held appropriately accountable. If they're convicted in my opinion I'm but I want people I believe that that it is important to have rehabilitation over and Carson nation because it helps our whole community if we can help nonviolent offenders to get back on track with their lives and become contributing members of our community rather than just living off the community. A that helps all of us you know and so that's really what I want to try to accomplish. Once I'm on the bench is to keep the momentum of some of these.
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"Being a prosecutor and I love my job and I love helping people and seeking justice and feeling like what I'm doing is important for my community and so forth and So. So it really wasn't on my radar, but that's kind of. How I got to that to this position. Obviously, judges do a lot to help the community, and so you know that's I do have a certain. Called it a calling to public service because that is really where feel the most fulfilled. I. I enjoyed my private practice and and you can help people in private practice. No doubt but But I really do enjoy working in the public sector and. Particularly obviously in the criminal section because our. I it's. It's a wonderful feeling to know that you have helped a family who may be lost someone to try to seek justice. You can't ever fill that void of the loved one they lost but certainly knowing that you helped them. To seek justice for the loss of their their resolution. Yeah, somewhat. I guess they never really find closure because they still lost their loved one but. But that's a wonderful feeling. And I. Can also tell you. Might. Sound crazy to you but I've heard people convicted. A that I've seen later say thank you for convicting me because you saved my life you know but by by. It is really. So that's. Gratifying. But also humbling. To now so So such just is it's very gratifying field work in. What is the role of a District Court judge? You're saying that judge me show? Overseas track four, but they see more than just criminal cases. So at the role of Well Street Corner District Judge, is going to handle all con-. You know all of the different criminal type cases and he he just happens to have been assigned to track for for a number of years. But you know. Who you have a district judge assigned to track one who handles the drug charges and stuff but they hear misdemeanor cases. Well, the here traffic they hear juvenile they hear all kinds of civil cases, lawsuits, lawsuits, family law. So district they hear family law. The family court seats industry court primarily handle family. Court matters except that certain cases can be heard by the other district court judges as well. particularly. If there's any kind of conflict or if there's not necessarily children involved that kind of thing a see. Just divorces kind of throwing but. So yeah, you cover Khanna, the full gamut of everything. Yeah. The bring that experience to the table. And I'm curious your thoughts You really have handled a lot of different types of legal cases. What kind of temperament does a good judge need and? How do you think you show up for that role I? Do think it's I think temperament is really important I mean respect. You know it it costs you nothing to be kind and respectful to another person you know and so. To me respect is very important for judge to come in knock their docked just to demand respect from the people in the courtroom. But to actually show respect to others and to the attorneys you know attorneys come in they've worked hard on their cases. So they deserve respect the parties, who were there the witnesses the jurors have taken time out of their busy days to come in and participate in judicial process. So respect is very important you know I. I love being in court but I realized other people in A. So, much you know, and so it can be really scary if you usually coming to court because it something negative. You've either been harmed or you've harmed someone or you're accused of harming someone and it could be civil or criminal either way but. You're going through a divorce goan fighting over your kids or over property. So it can oftentimes be really daunting and scary, and so I think that having a judge who can be respectful. And just behind That's really important. It will help ease the process. So certainly, I feel I to do that. Now as a prosecutor, I always try to be respectful to. Even the defendant and in the defendants family you know and they have you know they're all raw human beings. So that's I. You know. So I think that I can bring that to the courtroom and that's what I certainly my goal right now, the in the introduction was saying you're a founding team member of the Lafayette, Parish Drug Court Program, and I've heard you say that you are proponent of specialty courts. Can you talk about that which are well I did I was one of the founding members when I worked for the public defender's office was when drug court was I In the concept stage, and so I I represent the public defenders. Office actually Rick Michaud. Was the judge who started with it and and. Janet Perriman was the. District. Attorney. the assistant district attorney and so we all we went to a lot of training we did different things judge Edwards came in shortly after that and took over. When judge me handed it over to him and he's been running our the helm of it now for twenty something years. But. It's a wonderful program that helps. A. Nonviolent offenders to. Hopefully may be fine sobriety. If, they've come into court and it's not just drug charges on most of the time, it is a drug charge, but they accept other charges such as L.. Let's say theft or say you burglarize someone shed and stole a lot of icicle or something like that. I. Mean can be other charges as well. The idea being after the after the individuals assess we realize it's because they have a drug problem that they've done become involved in this other criminal behavior. So A. You know it's been a very successful program on and I'm very proud to have been a part of it and help get it off the ground and I'm very grateful to. Judge Edwards and the other attorneys now who have stepped in and continued it all these years. I'm happy to say that it's still going strong and so I know the judge Edwards has also started steps to try to. Introduce her build a veteran's court, and so I am very interested in making sure that that happens in that that just because he is stepping down from district running for for CITICORP that we don't lose those other specialty court. So I've been advocating that I actually afford the specialty courts on. Anytime you can rehabilitate someone rather than incarcerate them. It's a benefit to that individual, but it's benefit all of us. And so You know especially with veterans we have men and women they've served for us and where they come back to civilian life. There's all kinds of reasons why they may have made a bad choice could be could be ptsd depression on could be as simple as unemployment I mean times are hard and they make some bad choices and they find themselves in criminal courts. If it's a nonviolent offense, it would be I think beneficial to all of us to help them try to get back on the right track at them some services. There are some other veteran courts around veterans, courts around the state and and I know that. Steps have been taken to already of spokane speak with the A and I think that that I think it will be able to be get gotten off the ground and I really just want to make sure that continues and so I'm a big proponent of it You know. Any time, we can help someone help themselves. As, I said I gave.
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"This is John Swift and you're listening to discover Lafayette a podcast dedicated to the people and rich culture of Lafayette, the Gateway to South Louisiana. I'm taping the interview from my home via zoom and are taping is mixed by Jason Sikora.
"district court" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Easy when you don't work from a script to get a little bit. Point of with your own thoughts being the shotgun out the back door kind of a burst. Here's the thing. You're not stuck with these people. You can get rid of them. There is going to be payback. Here's my question. It came back. I mentioned is on a caravan. General. Lieutenant General Michael T. Flynn. United States Army retired. Can be subjected to what he has endured, not just him, but his family is well. Millions of dollars in congratulations to Sidney Powell. His attorney, lead counsel. Brilliant woman's been on art midnight and caravan to midnight several times each they met. Michael Flynn. General Michael Flynn's brother Joe met Sydney at Operation Classified over Veterans Weekend in 2018. If General Flynn could be subjected to this FBI notes all over the place, and we think he was telling the truth. We don't see anything here. No, we don't. But they pushed this anyway. Then this twisted freak of a judge up there at the District Court. District of Columbia Federal District Court, Emmet Sullivan. Oh, I watched sitting behind Joe Flynn and sitting Powell. In the courtroom bleachers. Watch this man do everything except actually, there was some gnashing of teeth. And it looked like there was going to be tearing of hair and even rending of robe. Calls a 30 minute recess comes back about 45 50 minutes later. One of our well at him. He's been ordered by the Department of Justice to drop the case to dismiss the case, and he won't do it. So let me ask you this now, listen, considered this deeply. What kind of justice do you think you're going to get if this can happen to a distinguished military officer? Who has done nothing but serve his country and the president. Serving the country through his service to the president. If he could be treated like this. What do you think's waiting for you? You'll be lucky if you get execution behind the chemical sheds, so to speak. It's monstrous. Stop it. Don't get soft. Don't be scared. There's nothing to be afraid off. We're all going to die one day. Did you know that everybody You know, everybody you've ever know is going to die One day. So what exactly are we so afraid off? The Hawk couldn't be just Hawk or Red Hawk or Red Tailed Hawk. Or or killer Hawk. It's just the hook. Okay, squawk like in a laugh out of you. Thank you, sir. And your lovely wife for the great show you always but on very informative. Hey, you're welcome in, um something I just wanted to bring up it goes, I think pretty much along with the dialogue talking off subject, but In my family recently. I talked to my mom every Sunday night. And she's down in Mexico. I'm appear in Alaska and something she has experienced recently. She went in to vote early. And all of the sudden she was changed on the ticket that we don't know how to libertarian and they would not let her vote across party lines early. And then all of you and and that switchback recently. All of a sudden, this voter fraud is a multipronged attack is an attack on our freedom, And I think for the most part, we take a look at the track record. Um, not that JFK was a bad guy, but he was a Democrat. And they there was some question about voter fraud in Chicago. Now, I think this is just a track record of the Democrats. I don't think the Republicans No. Go for this, You know, ballot harvesting for all this stuff, you know, And I just wanted to make everybody aware. Stay on top of it, you know, and no matter what happens in the next election, I I feel confident Trump, but I'm not. I'm not slowing down a bit. You know, but it's where DEA. No matter what happens, I'm sure Trump's gonna win, but It's still going to be. People are still going to go in the street. Oh, no, not my president. In this and the other. We'll get out of the country. You know, that's a really good idea. All right, Hawkeye, get a one minute before I got to go to a break. But thanks for checking in with us in those stay. I'd like to say that stay as safe as possible and stay strong as ever and and and there on the field of battle, right? Okay, Listen, I want to blow up a few of these. A few of these headlines past you breaking Portland and teeth and B'elanna launch explosives at federal building wild barricading agents inside that from the gateway pundit. Unnatural news. Anti Christian domestic terrorist now targeting churches with vandalism and arson from the Times, Police stopped rioters from tearing down Christopher Columbus statue in Chicago. Did you see what happened up there? Police surrounded him. They surrounded the police from the gateway pundit. Another one in insane video, leftist and TIFA. Terrorists and BLM hurl frozen bottle sticks. Cans fireworks at Chicago police, 18 officers injured From summit dot news as violent crime in New York sores de Blasio assigns 27 cops to protect black lives matter. Mural. You're a disgrace. Deblasio. You're a disgrace. You're a disgrace to the human race, let alone the greatest city in the face of the earth. Fake news from Big League politics. Fake news blames private gun ownership for violent crime spike caused.
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"Crimes to get money to use us for their drug habit right and so. Those people. Come in, and so you get into drug court, and it's designed to be completed in eighteen months, and it starts off real intent so initially you come and see the judge wants a week and you see yourself the counselors three times a week, and as you move up the phases, the frequency frequency and intensity decreases so by the time you're in phase three. You're seeing the judge maybe once every. Month and you're seeing the counselors maybe once a week and you're. That, you could be a productive. Member of society. After eighteen months is done and then. You can you can commit graduate? And then you have to be on probation for another year and so that we can see that you don't get any trouble. And at that point we terminator probation early, and you can get the convictions that aside so that's one of the best things about what. A district court tonight right so you get your record cleared up right so. You come in and you're convicted. Conviction to satisfy and is treated as if you were found not guilty. That's one. For the true I fender. That person can come in. can plead guilty, but the guilty plea of not accepted I. Don't adjudicate them guilty right until they can truly say they were never convicted never became a. Compliance. Requirements! So in District Court. You've seen like higher level cases. But in your heart's pulling you to more people before they get into. Exactly two point I I want to. Get work, people who have just started on that road to perdition that they've gone down a starting to get it. 'cause view problem for themselves and others, but they don't have this wreckage of bodies and property damage that they've accumulated over many many many years. There's more juvenile's younger people are. The good be could be people who are. In, having a juvenile case. or it could be people in adult court. or Twenty! Under thirty under thirty right, you know the brain isn't fully developed until you're twenty five or so. And, so people are not making good, not thinking well, not making good decisions, and it's easy to get sucked into this life of crime by the folks you hang out with. And, so people change when they know what to change why to change and how to change, and so I have a proven record of helping people get the. Right and they want that. They learn to want to change and they learn how to change. And then they changed, so you had dinner conversation. You know at home with your wife and your children about. I'm a district judge and I want to shift gears like would. Like. US! But I. Mean you're kind of taking a big risk because you've got a safe seat and you're very well respected I. Just have to say that a little bit your your heart is in service. I. We all know that. MIGHT BE, Emily So so I think that I. Have always my timer. Never knew what I wanted to do. So I thought I believe comforts before you know it works. I've come to the conclusion of always been preparing to become this city judge, I didn't. I just didn't know it, so we have a judge. It's retiring offensively. It's Francia boy of retiring that be vacant seat. And the elections this November and you've got a cohort there ducks. His Dad a pillar collie saloons August very serious about his tough on crime and goes John Duggan, story fair organized and and knows how to run the court and I will out of respect for Doug. And I. Would be honored to have an opportunity to serve again. You know he was. He was a the public defenders office. Before. He was elected and a new. Practice my court. Do you now I am sixty six. Okay, so you're very young. So to do this like what? What's the best thing you can say about serving as a judge in our community at no matter what level also? The court or the City Court What would you like to see our community? What would you like people to know and I just interviewed? Tom were talking about. I, guess. How people are pleased. And you're seeing people that have been arrested seeing the consequences of things going on. Maybe that could be changed, but you know gave me thoughts about what you like to see in our community, and how we can make a difference for. Lots of fairness a absolutely I think that people. Want. I mentioned to be her. Right and and people want justice to be fair. So the the people community don't want that to be one set of rules on one protocol and another federal rules on a different part of town again, the rules of the rules and People should be able to expect fairness and consistency. And I I think that folks. I want to be the person who provides that I want to I. Want to be the person that people on no When they come the court, I'll give him a fair shake and and I'm very interested in learning at what what happened I don't have. Any preconceived notions! We we are having a trial so that we can determine. What has been proven, and that's my goal right now. You've got a a wanted to pull this up. You've pledged to all really as a district court judge to be firm yet fair. And your message to everyone is dared dream. So, even if people find themselves in court. They have a feature. Absolutely, that's the point the point again. Whatever happened path it happened. Okay, so there needs to be some accountability. You need to recognize that what you did was wrong. And it had a negative impact on others, and you find a way to correct that to make it right as best you can, and you need to know that the community will embrace you once they see you doing that. and. We've been kind of light on your judicial race. I don't even have your website where. Can people find out more about? Judge Jules words while we're talking if they want to know more about your background. About your candidacy, even know how to contact anyone. I can add that to our show.
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"What the facts are for the jury case, the jury determine what the facts are, and then the judge apply the law to the facts, and so it's not what I want the result to be it is what has been proven, and that's very important, have a good lawyers and very important to have good witnesses. Tell people all the time that the law and a trial. That's not. An active history stunt active anthropology a trial. You're trying to determine what fax can be proven. What facts have been proven? It's not it's not the same thing as what actually is, and it's not a scientific discovery in science. Continue forever right, never final answer. The dog perform more different experiment different experiment. But a trial we need to. We need to come to an answer out fairly quickly, and so we get the best answer of what the truth is based on. What was Evans that was presented and that trial on those days youth, so we know the answer. Judge I. Think we all want equal treatment under the law. And if I can fast forward Abed's I. Know that you served on the commission that looked at sentencing guidelines because. We don't all get equal treatment, and let's be honest if you don't have a judge. That's fair if you don't have lawyers that are competent. Are Lawyers that are really engaged in your case. You don't get equal treatment. And so you've really committed yourself and talk about that. And I think that's been in the news more. You know, even the guy that was on. The singing showed the garage America's top model. There's a fellow that I don't know if add the show ride, but he served. Know decades of time because he wasn't given a fair trial only with DNA evidence was released. Goof, but you've. You've really stepped up and you're. You're minority or you're an African, American. You've probably seen this in your community, but you've loved it as a judge to wanting to see just just as prevail. Can you talk about your heart and what you? So. It's I think that the that. The concept called Procedural Duff. That's very important. In and because. Judges. Really issue opinions right, and so people will follow a judge's judgment if they believe it was arrived at fairly okay until the litigants, they desperately want to be heard. People come the court on some of the most. That's a last resort. Guys. So ever people come the court. They're anxious. They're afraid. They're upset a highly emotional event, and so they want to know that the judge takes their case seriously that it's important. The judges paying attention judge actively involved in the case. And, and and as a result of that if they believe that, then they are more likely to follow through with the judge, but that's may whether it similar criminal writer. Yeah, but people accepting the. I was hurt and and the result. Even didn't go in my favor, right? Dan Corey. and and therefore it's the whole process is perceived to be legitimate, and if it's perceived to be legitimate, people cooperate, you know because. If people don't think it's legitimate. Then they can resist. This the order and kicking their yields, and makes the whole process much more expensive. And so very important that a judge is involved, and you mentioned my work with the sentencing commission. About Louisiana where we that was accused. Louis We. The commission that work was was. A started in an effort to try and and and provide more consistency across the state. Because there's. Disparage treatment depending on on what where the case try you know. One judge may say the result. Is Ex judge? The result is why and so we're trying to. Get judges to be aware of evidence based practices regional this whole same. Luckily. In state. Judges to be aware of evidence based practices and procedures and employ them and so similarly my work with the Louisiana District College. So Louisiana Judicial College. The organization that trains judges provides judicial education to. Shut up. And so. In that role was. Creating classes that we would provide to the judges, so the judges would be more informed when they exercise their discretion to think of a number of different things how how people perceive? What's occurring in order to to treat people how to respond to people? Because of the game it's a highly charged environment, and and we want you want judges to be professional judges to be patient. You want judges to be attentive. Respectful. And you also really dedicated time. To Drug Court. To young people, and before we get into race I, mean you're you're on the Advisory Council on heroin and opioids prevention in education, and also the Louisiana Drug Policy Board. You must see in state. District Court a lot of criminal cases that. DONATED BE? Am I'm Ryan. Goya fleet so. For. Several years now I've been fortunate enough. In Lafayette. We I had all the Criminal cases presided over. On the Fifteenth district for several years now have been in. and. For most of that time they've been only drug cases so. Drug cases so if right now for several years now if a person was arrested for a drug case in Lafayette parish that come to me, right. Away. What possession distribution whatever it was a drug case. It's GONNA come into my track to know the community that's. Pete. And and and we we. was fine whether the person pleads guilty convicted. We have a process of identifying what was the best way.
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"She Digital District Court since January first nineteen ninety-three, he has been a pioneer of drug courts and re entry courts currently a candidate to serve as judge on Lafayette's. City Court the election is scheduled for November third twenty twenty. Judge Edwards has distinguished himself with lifelong service to our country, state and community. He enlisted in the US. Marine Corps Reserve in Nineteen, seventy seven and served in the Louisiana National Guard until two, thousand, seven, retiring as a Colonel Ann. Staff Judge Advocate in the United States. A former chair of the Louisiana. Commission? He was inducted into the Louisiana. Justice Hall of fame in two thousand thirteen, he served as past president of the Louisiana. District Judges Association. Judge Edwards is currently a member of the. Advisory Council on heroin in OPIOID, prevention and education and a member of the Louisiana Drug Policy Board. He has worked with the Louisiana Sentencing Commission and formulating and implementing. Sentencing policy judge, Jules Edwards well. Come to discover Lafayette. You lose opportunity to visit with. You know I've known you as a fellow lawyer and I've known you I guess socially, but I had no idea of your background. I didn't know how long you've served as a district court judge. I didn't know your involvement in preventing drug crimes and helping youth and I didn't really know about your service in the military, so if we can start mackall you Joel. Words. Can you start with? What got you Delilah. Got You into law. Scoble lead you to become a judge. Well, the short answer is I could never really figure out what I wanted to do when I grew up. I've always been a very curious person, and so I just continued to study, and and learn and grow, and and opportunities presented themselves, and I was able to exploit each one of those opportunities. That's the short answer. Long answer though were you? Did you grow up in New Orleans? I grew up in New Orleans and we're in New Orleans so I grew up in uptown. New Orleans fairly close apparently close to Auburn Park If you know New Orleans, major features would be I live on Camp Street between Jefferson and Polian now and Napoleon in camp is the grade school? I attended Saint Stephen's and fairly close to their. Maybe within eight blocks is de la Salle. That's the High School I. It's on Saint, Charles. And loyal! Is this a little further? South I think. On Saint, Charles and I could ride my bicycle to oil. It was my mother. Was a High School Physical Education Teacher Public School. My father owned a shoe repair and luggage business, and he had all sorts of creative signs to attract people to his business, and I remember one, it says. I will heal you and I'll save your soul really what that about? He repairs heels. So Yes. Were they encouraging you to get a higher education while. Education was very important to my parents and. They also focus on the importance of of becoming of character formation, and he really wanted me to become a servant leader. That was very with we're Catholics. And that's all part of that formation, and it was very important, very emphasized that I needed to develop good character and need to be a leader and I need to be of service. How that would would would spell out in the future with open. Those those were the primary things they were focusing on so Loyola. Your Go-to College. You know being in that big only. Apply that's me? The galashiels like I knew that I could afford it because I loved by. My school could just go to school. And what was it the same thing for you or did you get a scholarship? I had a load of scouts everyone. And it was off. Youtube Catholic education. My parents were very interested in being in having a Catholic education so I was. I attended Catholic schools from. First Grade through law school I went to a private. kindergarten. A different location that that was called Bush Bush Elementary I. think that may have been a public school learn to ABC's. Right. But my parents were amazing people. My mother's still living. My father's because. Still lives in New Orleans she she's. She has leukemia. She has a number of health issues, and so I'm the oldest of five siblings, and we all take turns my mother. My sister lives in new. Orleans has kind of moved in with her and all. We take turns on weekends coming to visit mom, take care of her graduated from Loyola Law School in Nineteen eighty-four that's. How did you end up Lafayette? I met a girl well. So and always have an opportunity to tell students particularly young. Men High School Grade School you know there's lots of good things you can find in the library. Met My wife in the library. My wife attended loyal law school, and she and I were in the same class, and so I met her fairly early in the first semester, and by the time we graduated, we had. We had become a couple since she wanted to come. Here so well. Thought of an odd thing. She law school she clerked with. No at the third circuit and I. Started Up. A little firm in Lafayette worked for different people for about three years or so, and then we decided it was time. I open up a shop together. And we had to consider while we open the law firm in New Orleans. We opened a law firm in Lafayette and for his fortune had it. That was around the time of the oil bust, and so real estate was very inexpensive here, Lafayette, and so. I'm my mother grew up in Kaplan. So I've been visiting this area all my life, and so to me. It really didn't make a difference Lafayette Kaplan. Wife kind wanted to be close to home, and so it was. Nevis an opportunity for us, and before we move on what you in the names of your three children life. My wife is a reader at roots and. She her, she was Bruce. And it happens. My mother is Loner Edwards and she was a bruce are. Not Related, but you know this very right, and so I married reader, and we have three adult.
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"District Court prosecutor Robert Franks said officer Tyler Timberlake mistook the person he used his stun gun on for someone else in the video officer Timberlake repeatedly refers to the man he was on top of it Anthony but that man was an Anthony the defense asked for and was granted additional video shot of the incident including timber legs body worn camera his lawyer says what was going through his client's mind as you approach the scene is important for the defense in Fairfax Neolog consisting WTO Pinos leaders within the hospitality and tourism industry talk about concerns and solutions for a smooth re opening in the DC area during a webinar hosted by the greater Washington board of trade L. U. Ferguson head of destination DC thanks the first step is to look at how to read down the fastest believing it lies in those wanting to travel by way of road we're going to focus on that market as consumer confidence is going to be inconsistent a lot of people won't be comfortable getting on an airplane as far as safety Kathy Hollinger with the restaurant association of metropolitan Washington says is a shared responsibility between the operator and the diner it takes a village around re opening Hollinger says the biggest challenge is the inconsistency in guidelines and what to do with an employee who test positive for Kobe nineteen can delfi WTOP news where families can act in memories are made find your new home with the mortgage partner who brings comfort to your home buying experience we.
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"Don't really wouldn't be regulatory chaos to wear a challenge is brought under the ACA to a regulation taking account of that final remedies that's available granting preliminary relief on an issue wide basis is appropriate he was also appropriate here because the District Court found it a very thorough very well reasoned discussion technolog your honor's concerns expressed about nationwide injunctions discuss this idea that that there are significant cross border harms here that simply couldn't be addressed in a more narrow injections thank you the it would seem though that that ultimately you could get if that's the argument nationwide injunctions with virtually any regulatory change justice Thomas I don't believe that's the case your honor I would I would think that there are many regulations that are not going to impose costs on states directly or indirectly and certainly in a nationwide injunction context I think it would still depend on the specifics of the rule being challenged and the nature of the harm that the challengers are alleging and is again indicated that the District Court really took account of all these concerns talked about the need for percolation among the circuit courts and and knowledge frankly and in plain terms that stashing preliminary relief is an imperfect science adjuster courts try their best and their refusal to be used as a special standard I think that is what you are one I do want to get in one question about when the APA was adopted do you think there were such things as nationwide injunctions or with a handle on the case by case basis your honor I believe there is a history certainly this relief going to beyond beyond the parties to the case whether they were classified a nationwide injunctions it is difficult to say I think this is dealt with very well by the very Sam against priest but I also think that in passing the APA Congress provided a very specific remedy and as your honor stated in the that the travel ban case yeah authority for nationwide action has the government of the constitution or statute well the EPA here is the authority that we would allege what we argue that the the basis for this injunction comes from it says as a final remedy courts shall set aside improper agency action and that it permits agencies are parents courts to stay it is the action as this court did a few years ago when the clean power plan case it permits a veteran junctions it permits them to postpone the effective dates and many of those remedies suggests going to be released going to the rule in its entirety right here the tax justice Ginsburg live coverage of the Supreme Court on C. span radio WCS be FM Washington this is a repair she's been radio programming from one so I I just remain world size the complete abandonment of the services interesting saving women hostesses at a four listen to women thanks I was ready to provide free coverage for I've never seen any of our prior decision suggests that those interests could be flown to the wind and the women could be left to their own resources to never themselves to get policies that would cover them for these contraceptive services as a premium to them your honor that is absolutely correct and I think it's important to remember just how broad these rules are first of their two rules were dealing with one that we haven't talked about as much as the moral rule that simply says an employer with a moral objection to providing contraception can be completely exams at the District Court noted this could in theory allow an employer that objects to women in the workforce for instance to remove itself from providing contraception and with respect to the religious exemption yeah there's certain key features that really show how broad the says first of all eliminates the accommodation is a mandatory requirement so even for for instance all the various plaintiffs in the hobby lobby case is this court recognized were perfectly fine with accommodation they are now exams and I disagree with my friends conclusion that they're unlikely to take advantage of the exemption because these are entities that object to contraception they made that clear they were simply fine with complying with the accommodations I think it's likely that many of them will in fact opt out in addition as I mentioned this applies to Morrow may what is the moral exemption come from that division so it is it is not they do not rely on a reference for the moral exemptions they claim authority under three hundred Gigi dash thirteen under the ACA's women's health a member for the moral exemption and as we've argued as as Courtois sense that statue simply doesn't support the conclusion that they can create whatever exceptions they want if they're reading were correct there would be no limits to what her so could do other than arbitrary capricious view could decide to eliminate that no cost sharing requirements it could decide that you know certain services really don't need to be covered at all even if there and you know even if they're widely recognized as preventive services it could exams whole classes of employers for reasons having nothing to do with the reasons here so our reading we sent us a far better wine and and frankly it's we have to remember we're talking about the health resources and services administration it's really unlikely that Congress would have delegated to that organization I started to create broad religious and moral objections exemptions given that they have no expertise in that area justice prior two related questions thank you one is is you know the statute says that they have to provide additional preventive care as provided for in comprehensive guidelines supported by the health resources and services administration well read that yet at least some ambiguity so my question is really given your arguments and given what may well be ambiguity at least in the statute why didn't you make the argument it's arbitrary capricious an abuse of discretion you are saying it's too broad you are saying that it'll hurt women you you you know you you point out that it'll raise health care costs and a whole lot of things and and the government has things to reply to that but why isn't that the problem legal box that's my first my related question is if you were to lead a District Court get out that issue that district judge might try to reach an accommodation by saying have you read me to have three of the bill is in Boise and Daniel McGuire thank you points out that the prior rule didn't pilot did not pirate the health plan of little sisters Hey if they think you did and you think you didn't well my goodness it trust me able to monkey with it in some way everybody reluctantly agrees that it's okay all I know northern vantage's IC of going back and making a different kind of argument put all your organs to release the box still wanting us your honor I I don't disagree with any of that I do think the rules are additionally arbitrary and capricious and we did raise that argument in our complaint we also argued I think correctly that they exceeded the statutory authority cited by the agencies did not support the rules and says we want on that basis there is no need to go any further and say well if they had the authority to be exercised correctly I disagree also with your honor suggestion that the language is ambiguous I think as we explain the use of the word supported in context reflects similar language in paragraph three immediately preceding and all that refers to is the fact that the guidelines in paragraph three which are they the bright horizons guidelines were funded by herself but actually conducted are produced by the American academy of pediatrics pediatrics of herself supports those guidelines by contracting by funding I think Congress bar that language and has provided for that as I indicated refers back to such additional prayer preventive care and screenings so we don't think there's an argument as to ambiguity as to whether there could be a resolution I certainly would hope that there is as the the board to acquire briefs explains the government the prior administration and we do not believe that these plans are being hijacked and to be clear we brought the suit against the federal government we have not challenge a little sisters we have not challenged their Colorado in junction J. and all the other parties to sue becks are protected by injunctions and do not have to comply with the contraceptive mandate no matter what happens in this case Michael sincere Pennsylvania chief deputy Attorney General under the resolution to the narrow set of spaces out there I would hope so but the fact that there was ongoing dispute doesn't justify jettisoning the accommodation for everyone else bring in publicly traded companies certainly doesn't justify the moral rules and those I think are the the most egregious examples of support how overbroad this feature regulations are thank you thank you very much justice Alito Mister Fisher you say that the affordable Care Act does not allow the government to make any exceptions to the contraceptive mandate to accommodate religious objections now that's true the original exemption for churches there are salaries and conventions of churches which was established by the prior administration violated the affordable Care Act would you come back and say that was required to comply with the first amendment church autonomy doctor and what I'd like you to explain is your understanding of the scope of that doctrine and let's take as an example a woman who works for a church in an entirely secular capacity let's say a woman who cleans church property under your understanding of this religious autonomy doctrine does that mean that that bill Clinton relationship is entirely off limits for any federal regulation for example or any state regulation for example from title sevens probation of discrimination on the basis of race age discrimination in employment act Americans with disabilities act equal pay act the fair labor standards act your honor we would not agree with that conclusion that individuals entirely secular positions are exempt from all those requirements under the church autonomy doctrines what we have argued is that what you but you do say that it would violate the first amendment to require the church to provide contraceptive coverage for that one your honor what we are arguing is that there is a basis in the first amendment for exempting churches and some way that certainly there is a core of church autonomy that that agencies in implementing federal law must protect in some way as to the provision of insurance coverage for contraceptives I took your argument to me the first amendment would prohibit the government from acquiring a church to provide that and I will certainly attitude has two ministers certainly Dr it has two ministers certainly that is correct but but I would add we are not arguing necessarily that the prior administration got everything right in the details there've been arguments on both sides that perhaps think about the details I'm talking about exacting a secular employee of the church from.
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"We have the salon owner in Dallas getting a an order from a state District Court judge this afternoon a temporary restraining order against her that was initiated by the city and the state District Court judge said you are violating the city the county and the state orders and he ordered her to be closed until may twelfth saying that local residents will suffer irreparable injury because covert nineteen is easily transmitted and also one of the things we talked about yesterday is that this salon owner could lose her license and in fact the state agency that handles salon ownership with the TV L. R. has said the licensing regulation department for Texas said that they've got numerous complaints against her salon and so that means for everything I've seen that she's probably gonna end up losing her license but guess what it as you learn first on the crisscross so last night I have not seen this anywhere else that she doesn't have a cosmetology license according to what I confirmed with the news department today so why she only has salon license which means if you lose that she was re opened under different names so she isn't risking much because if she was a cosmetologist had a license for cosmetology then she would actually not be able to cut hair she doesn't care L. or do nails she just owns the salon so that's pretty interesting and so that's why some stylists are not happen with the not agreeing with what she's doing in fact the CBS eleven in one of their stories today had a say they they actually say that stylists are that some of them have talked to channel eleven and said Hey this is not cool I can only get that one year ago with this is from CBS eleven today other salon owners CBS eleven spoke to that have remained close to losing money they said it simply isn't fair for those who defy the order not to suffer consequences one lady is a Stephanie Randall she owns a salon in north Dallas normally see seven client today but for more than a month she hasn't handed income but also some other salon owners plural option eleven says they're like this is not cool with what they're doing so they're not happy about it you heard from one couple that owns a salon in the area their last night on the show and they also disagree with her it's a very interesting huh so we also have defiance and by the way I'm so it's going to progress with what she's doing and there will be very instancias unfolds I do want to say something that I think is becoming more and more clear that this virus truly appears to have lots of stories in front of me on this you know to date Bakersfield Dr site they're testing date data the urge re opening I have a New York Post column by Dr ER doctor in the Bronx who says I've been on the front lines every day for a long time now and I've seen all this hell in this horror but it's time to ease a lockdown and I'll give his reasons in a little bit here's another one microbiologist says testing shows lockdowns are actually harmful here's another one this is in the Wall Street journal today do most to lock down save many lives in most places data says now I don't disagree with that I don't refute that and I think that this is turning out to be and I hope a lot less deadly than we were told that he hears a thing we weren't lied to we are not being lied to by most officials that that we have like president trump his doctors and governor abit his doctors judge Whitley whose Republican intercounty I people can't get in this is really it's a sad and then enemy that people can get partisanship out of their minds on this when it comes to lives and that's just a sad thing that individual people can't are gonna have to reckon with but then I have been saying in exposing that you have so many people like selectively have selective outrage at Democrats but not it Republicans on this who are enforcing these things but I I believe it's a lot less deadly I believe the time start re opening is now but I also believe that we must and should obey officials in a loss and we must do it the right way I I heard today about of Pennsylvania the governor of Pennsylvania is beings the somebody of business couple business owners suing the state of Pennsylvania I'm all for that that's the way to get your redress is to sue not to have a political or could be a a stunt show and for you to be used as a useful idiot to support a woman who's openly of violating the law and asking for you to donate money to her so that you pay for her disobedience she doesn't pay for it so I mean you're it it's America you're allowed to do what you want to do but I don't the US support breaking the law and I don't support a publicity stunt that I think is has a false false motives with the salon owner but also the bar you listen this guy's in fourth I've told you that several bars have said they're going to open this Friday and defied the governor's orders and the Republican CD Republican gov mayor and Republican county judge's orders in Tarrant and the guy who's got to put a thing on that today saying we're gonna do a pub crawl or bar crawl on Friday for over a year so first of all I think a lot of people are not critical of the very few people gonna shove is my prediction because you can't buy any alcohol there and second of all it's sister shows you the buffoonery yeah I mean if you wanna blame him a protest I I'm all for that I support you hundred twenty million percent I might not agree people who cares I if you're right a lot right today for this and the up the side of the city of fourth and the county people said are the code enforcement said clearly said no we'll be there and we're gonna go after with the tea with the with the TABC those bars will not have a license if they pull this and and actually the funniest thing is about this joke the person who put the stupid thing together this pub crawl thing for Friday night ran against what's your name the Republican there Kay Granger and lost and so he's pulling this stunt and guess what happened to me today we were I'm reading guess what three I think most of the bars came out and said no we're not doing that we don't support this is us but using our name so it's very crazy like we're getting conflicting messages from officials we're having a idiots for lack of young men who are claiming they're gonna have a rally with four bars and then like the bars like no we're not you in San and we're having your people are this is you're seeing humanity humanity is broken and you're seeing humanity this is what happens when we have of a pandemic it's it's stuff happen in real the real the problems that people have in their hearts in their life start coming out right I'm with you that this is way less deadly than we thought but you know we found out today guess what a seventeen year old girl this isn't a scare tactic the gosh darn true then this could be your daughter mine a seventeen year old Lancaster girl is one of the youngest victims it's a died today and that the teacher was talking or two days ago and the cheese I'm so sorry I'm late on my homework the teachers that don't worry about the next day he died no no I. conditions seventeen year old girl dead mom was too shaken up to even talk about it right now and then also today is the excuse me today tied the most deadliest day in Dallas County.
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"At Dorchester District Court being charged with murder in the death of his mother and a deadly crash overnight at the hooks it tolls in New Hampshire driver dies toll booth worker was taken to the hospital of the Massachusetts state public health laboratory is gonna start testing patients for corona virus until now patients in Massachusetts who needed testing at their samples sent to the centers for disease control and prevention in Atlanta that's because the test kits sent out previously didn't work but now the state department of public health says they have plenty of working kids to do the testing locally which means patients here in Massachusetts we'll get the results quicker police and fire officials in Randolph have a new warning for residents there's another phone scam that seems to be going around WBZ's Nicole Davis has more they say residents have reported several of these spam calls over the past day or so and the residents say when the call comes in on the caller ID it flashes either the town of Randolph the fire department or the high school trouble is the person on the other end isn't actually someone from the town it's a scammer the person goes on to ask for very sensitive personal info like social security numbers and bank account information police say right now this is a good reminder to never ever give out that information unless you're absolutely sure who it is on the other end of the phone but the town's also confirming to they won't call you and ask you for info like that the call Davis WBZ Boston news radio a Holbrook man is facing kidnapping and robbery charges Holbrook police say John and car nacion and another man got into a woman's SUV and that knife point forced her to drive to the EJ's gas station on south Franklin Street two men then got out rob the gas station drawback to the woman's car and forced her to drive off police say they then stop the two men got out ran off and cars nacion was arrested they're still looking for another suspect contact the Holbrook police department if you have any information it's two forty eight the ninth circuit court of appeals temporarily blocking the trump administration's policy of making asylum stay in Mexico to wait out their applications CBS is bill Reich offers more though today's decision by the court of appeals is a win for advocates of asylum seekers the likely appeal by the administration to the Supreme Court could prove favorable to the White House in the past the court's conservative majority has shown a willingness to accept requests from the department of justice they set aside lower court decisions that hamper the president's signature immigration policies in the meantime the administration could now turn to rapid deportation programs to get asylum seekers off U. S. soil as quickly as possible bill ray Cobb CBS news Washington it's two forty eight preparations under way for the signing of a peace deal between the United States and the Taliban representatives from the United States and the Taliban will meet in Qatar Saturday to sign the peace agreement after a week long reduction in violence at the same time defense secretary mark esper and NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg will be in Kabul for a joint declaration with Afghan president Ashraf Ghani another reduction in violence period could follow the signing and the next step would be in traffic and talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government and that is correspondent bills M. for reporting there are some fears that the agreement could lead to more violence in Afghanistan there are some that worry if the United States leaves the country the Afghan government will not be able to stand the wrong with a U. S. military support disagree between the Taliban and the United States would end the nearly twenty year war throughout Afghanistan nurses and healthcare professionals are expected to be walking off the job in a one day strike soon that is unless the hospital brass takes action they are protesting at Morton hospital in Taunton they have authorized a one day strike they haven't taken it yet the nurses they're saying that they have filed over one hundred official reports over the past year about conditions they say could pose a serious threat to health and safety of their patients the hospital does have ten days to respond if the strike does happen they will walk off the job for a full twenty four hours and then they will return to work it's two fifteen it's time now for the WBC scan report it's.
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"Canadian county District Court he's charged in the death of his son Ryker on August second twenty eighteen police say the child had been in his father's pick up for about six hours and his body temperature was one oh five point nine by the time he was found the verdict is guilty in the April twenty seventeen death of a Logan county sheriff's deputy here's Jim Forsyth a Logan county Terry is convicted forty seven year old Nathan love force of gunning down Logan county sheriff's deputy David Wade at a home near mall hall Wade was fatally wounded while serving an eviction notice the jury was shown body camera video of the shooting during the six days of testimony it took the jury less than two hours yesterday to convict a force of first degree murder the force claimed he was high on methamphetamine and didn't mean to kill way next up sentencing prosecutors are seeking the death penalty and our net man could get life in prison after pleading guilty to shooting an Oklahoma highway patrol trooper during a traffic stop in August twenty eighteen twenty seven year old Arturo Ramirez pleaded guilty to eight counts including shooting with intent to kill and possession of a firearm while on probation two for Austin Ellis was wearing a protective vest and survived Ramirez will be sentenced in October I'm Margot Moreno in other news chase suspect in Oklahoma City may have thought a dream is a good place to hide after police chase but it wasn't good enough Oklahoma City police had tried to make a traffic stop around midnight this morning and the suspect took off eventually getting onto an interstate service road and tried to get onto a city street by jumping a curve and crashed through a guardrail after the tires blew the suspect bailed out on foot into a neighborhood the drivers of three other vehicles tried to avoid the suspect's vehicle and they crashed into each other nobody was injured and the suspect was arrested governor Kevin step wants higher education chancellor Glynn Johnson out the state regents want Johnson to stay Johnson's been chancellor for more than a dozen years a new law gives the governor the power to hire and fire the leaders of five state agencies but the state constitution gives the regions the final say about who is the chancellor of higher education Oklahoma natural gas customers could see a dollar forty seven credit on their monthly bills for the next year the total amount of the refund is about twenty seven million dollars I'm Margot Moreno either Oklahoma City it's going to be a hot.
"district court" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"District Court level they need to replace as many of those judges as possible I mean there's not much else you can do but unfortunately because as you know these are these are life time slot I looked at the the big problem we have is a before he left office Barack Obama had appointed and gotten confirmed about forty percent of all the federal judges in the country and they are with doubt the most left wing radical judges that are ever sat on the on the bench and we got another example of this just I I yesterday in the census case when the justice department went to the because what they were this recorded they said were saying this back down to the lower court to a judge in New York and we're going to give the towers apartment another chance to you know come up with better reasons so the justice department went to the judge in New York and said Hey we're changing the lawyer team on this we're we're gonna have other just department lawyers represent and the judge judge firm in an Obama point he said oh no I won't let you do that that is one of the most bizarre orders I've ever seen and that the judge doesn't have any authority to tell the justice department changes lawyers on the case and I think that that right there is clear evidence of the bias of this particular bomb appointee against the administration so so given all of this yeah it is it possible that the future Congress is going to pass some sort of law that would stop the national injunctions that are that are being leveraged by by lower courts I understand this case of the Supreme Court decision that makes it different obviously but when you have the lower court decisions that are targeting in administration do you think there should be legislation I know this about ten seconds here do you think they should be legislation to curtail national injunctions yes absolutely but it won't happen while the Democrats control the house because all these injunctions have been in their favor coming up on things so much for joining us coming up secretary Alexander Acosta secretary of labor under fire for his handling of Jeffrey obscene case defends himself in a big press.