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Jury Trials In Georgia Suspended For 11th Time Due To Covid-19

The Kim Komando Show

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

Jury Trials In Georgia Suspended For 11th Time Due To Covid-19

"Trials in Georgia on hold again because of the Corona virus pandemic. Georgia Supreme Court Chief Justice Harold Melton extends the statewide judicial emergency order for an 11th time. This extension is similar to the last one last month in that it suspends jury trials for another month. The newest order says assuming coronavirus cases continue to decline, the next extension order on March 9th will allow superior and state courts to resume jury trials under under their their discretion. discretion.

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Georgia Supreme Court rejects Trump backed lawsuit that sought to overturn Biden election victory

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Georgia Supreme Court rejects Trump backed lawsuit that sought to overturn Biden election victory

"I'm hanish eastern in washington georgia state. Supreme court has rejected a lawsuit from the trump campaign and state republicans seeking to overturn the state's presidential election results from member station w. a. b. a moffitt reports lawyers for president trump and the georgia. Gop have continued to claim without proof that massive voter fraud led to joe biden's victory in the state. When the lawsuit was originally filed in early december it was rejected by the fulton county superior court because the paperwork was wrong and the filing fees were missing biden's narrow eleven thousand seven hundred vote win in the presidential contest in georgia was confirmed by statewide hand recount of the ballots followed by a separate recount conducted by scanner for npr news. I'm neil moffitt in atlanta. You're listening to npr news.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:01 min | 6 months ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KCRW

"And fallen. Some two dozen were arrested. Earlier, the president indicated the support was mutual at the pro Trump rally. Wow! He tweeted thousands of people forming in Washington, D C for stopped the steel. They cheered as Trump passed overhead and Marine one but in dozens of cases all the way up to the Supreme Court. Any notion of a stolen election has been rejected. Amy held NPR news. This is NPR. Another legal loss for President Trump's efforts to overturn the election results. Georgia's Supreme Court last night rejected a lawsuit making unsubstantiated allegations of widespread election fraud. In Oklahoma City. Protesters have gathered to demand body cam footage after police shot and killed a mentally ill black man Friday. Police say they man charged at them with a knife after they tried to tase and pepper spray him. Actress Carole Sutton has died of complications from the coronavirus. She was 76 sudden appeared in more than 100, movies, plays and TV shows, perhaps best known for the film's Steel Magnolias, Monster's ball and the help Gwen Thompkins has this remembrance Carol sudden began acting in 1968 with the Dust Shiki Project Theater, which mounted place about the complexities of African American life. It was a natural fit. Her mother was a community activist as a child, sudden road in the family car with Martin Luther King Jr. The year he co founded the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. Sudden worked steadily as an actor, but she kept her day job at an agency fighting poverty in the city. After retiring from social work in 2011, she appeared in Queen Sugar and Lovecraft Country. On Friday. Film crews in New Orleans pause production in her honor for NPR news. I'm going Thompkins in New Orleans..

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Atlanta - Georgia Supreme Court upholds law voiding votes for Athens-Clarke commissioner who died

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Atlanta - Georgia Supreme Court upholds law voiding votes for Athens-Clarke commissioner who died

"Ugo W's Bill Lockhart, the Georgia Supreme Court Monday, ruling that if the candidate dies before the election, those votes won't count Athens Clark County Ah commission candidate who died three days before the June election, one by more than 400 votes. Court ruled those votes were void and the runner up was declared the winner. The high court upheld but ruling the final debate. Trump versus Biden Thursday night. Nine Till 11 on your

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"Da for for the he. Just he's done nothing. It's Kinda liked the Charlie Bethel situational sport here in Georgia. Charlie Bethel is an incumbent Justice on the Georgia Supreme Court is being challenged by Beth baskin. He stunned enough theme to be removed from office. He's actually very good. Justice on the Court of Appeals got elevated to the Supreme Court. He's been a very good justice and there's no reason whether you like best basket or not. There's no reason to throw Charlie Bethel out of office I. I will vote for him now. That's a nonpartisan race but yeah this. Da Reysen embiid county. I'm going to have to get a democratic ballot. I guess in in vote but at least that I vote for bring sanders or something and try to screw up the Democratic primary. Not that there will be enough people joining me doing that. Nonetheless Abide the although a million absentee ballots outstanding in Georgia. I never actually filled out the form to request minor. My Wife's And the election is June ninth. There are people I've talked to some people in the county in the Fulton County area. Who actually got there after absentee envelopes got the envelope for the election ballots? Inside this is happening. They have a backlog they are scrambling. So many people have requested absentee ballots in those counties they are scrambling to get the balance out now. The president has gone off on a riff about Voting by mail and Kellyanne Conway mentioned this a little bit with me yesterday and then she also was standing at the White House lawn yesterday and had more to say on it after she got off the phone with me very concerned.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Z104

"And I wasn't gonna let them railroad me. And I was going to do whatever was in my power to make sure that people knew the truth that this doesn't happen anymore. Will Finally I guess I have to ask are you hopeful there is one appeal that didn't work. How are you feeling about this? I'm very hopeful the two people who appealed there's some things that happened in our trial that were not included in their appeal. One was the jury selection process, which we think was done illegally during the trial one of the defense attorneys noticed that there was a lack of African Americans called in for the jury pool. Now, the judge said it was fairly constituted. And that we were gonna move forward with the trial. But in may two thousand seventeen the Georgia supreme court actually ruled that Fulton County was improperly selecting their Jerry, we feel that. That's you know, that's pretty huge that you have the joy of the prem- court already ruled on it. Now, if didn't affect our case, they were actually talking about another taste, but we're we're very hopeful that that will be one of the issues taking into consideration. I think outside of the legal process public pressure is so important and it can. Really have an impact we see cases all the time that once they, you know, get recognition can be influenced. So we feel like the first time around the people who are on trial did not have their stories heard.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Frank was sentenced to be executed on october tenth of that year but the execution was stayed by several ultimately unsuccessful appeals on the part of his lawyers so they made a couple of appeals to the georgia supreme court one upheld the conviction on february seventeenth nineteen fourteen and another one did the same on october fourteenth nineteen fourteen his defense lawyers then made a habeas corpus petition to the us supreme court but the court ended up denying that petition despite the fact that there were some strong dissents to it i mean justice oliver wendell holmes and charles evans among them so there were some people who who were in favor of that petition while all this legal stuff was going on there were some crazy developments including witnesses taking back those accusations we mentioned that earlier the accusations about frank's alleged sexual deviations and also conley's girlfriend came into the picture she came into the picture and gave some testimony about conley's own sexual pervert version so to speak and conley's own lawyer told judge roane who had been the trial judge that conley had confessed the murder to him so that seems like a pretty damning new piece of evidence i would say if there's an actual confession but but that had actually come to light during the appeals process so we should mention that it didn't really make a difference in his appeal he would have had to get a retrial or something for that to have an effect but the last appeal the final appeal was made to governor john m slayton whose term was almost up by this point and he listened to both sides he studied the records he visited the scene and he also considered all these new things that we we've mentioned and after struggling with it for twelve days so it wasn't gonna take him for hours twelve days of thinking over slayton commuted frank's sentence to life imprisonment on june twenty first nineteen fifteen and he he knew how how serious that decision was.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm a passive beta male doing gossip celebrity sites can you answer my question you know what i find more annoying even than young women young women who have to have a lapdog with them all the time what's i do not just whenever i see a guy i don't you say whatever you want about me about this i don't know what it says about me but there's something i entertainment news from women is not my favorite thing it's not really something i tune it but i can accept it but a guy who does entertainment and gossip hey you're not a fan of billy bush billy bush got what he deserved not for the reason he deserved it but he got something he deserved it i'm famous because i'm a guy who follow celebrities around sniffing jocks all day long i mean i i do not understand how a man could make their living being essentially a gossip column kaz tmz gave me two hundred and fifty dollars for this are you a stringer yeah stringer stringer more than that so i don't are we gonna do do it more headline for thursday march fifteenth test wells headlines not let people down yeah this first headline i have to have any excuse i can't play this music right now it's ten so we have about an hour and forty five minutes to fill out those bracket and other illegal man bars we'll talk about that later talked about it on the radio i want to get in trouble with really outside around two pm today al my bracket black says legal those georgia is going to be doing anything are they they didn't make it georgia tech did not make it jay but states at georgia state did you know we gotta try to find that audio of the coach i can't remember the name of the coach at georgia state that's on me i'll paraphrase what he said because they're playing cincinnati today at two o'clock i'm for them for them they're close to me i'm for them.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The men look alike reporting live michelle wright del espn atlanta police told channel two action news and officers in stable condition after being hit by a stolen car in hollywood rose stolen vehicle tracked came out of the gate striking an officer officers injuries to his arm he was helping fulton county police tracked down a pair of stolen cars both of the vehicles have been recovered but the suspects remain on the rhine the house approves the school safety bill authorizing a half billion dollars in grants to improve coordination between schools and law enforcement potential violence would also be a focus meantime the fbi has announced it is doubling the number of supervisors assigned to review tips from the public about possible mass shootings or other violence the report by grassi assist president trump tweeted his opponent of the bill which does not include gun control a survey by the largest teacher advocacy group in georgia finds fifty three percent of state educators would not carry a gun on campus if they were allowed but forty four percent admit they'd feel safer if other employees did teachers and other school employees is an idea backed by the president so far no georgia school district has authorized educators to arm themselves even though state law allows it the atlanta botanical garden is allowed to tell visitors to leave their guns at home the georgia court of appeals upheld the pardon policy after a visitor from county was not allowed to pack the court says because the gardens a private entity can set its own rules on guns opponents argue it should be considered public land since its leased from the city of atlanta agriculture secretary sonny perdue tells lawmakers in dc a major infrastructure improvement for the country would be high speed internet in rural areas let's just get it done for the american people because it's needed in order for american producers and agriculture to remain competitive of the former georgia governor was one of five trump cabinet members to give their infrastructure ideas on capitol hill he also made a pitcher better roads and bridges walmart expands its grocery delivery service to one hundred.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Undisclosed

"What they said the trial wasn't true uh and what they said the trial was incredibly incriminatory and years later the georgia innocence project got involved in found dna evidence and that while it didn't completely exonerate divine yet it sure raise serious serious questions about the case i think it pretty much blew the state's theory of the case out of the water but yet like terrence lewis devan medium and still sits in prison today in his most recent attempt to get a new trial uh was denied by a state court judge he issued an opinion that the georgia supreme court declined to even consider which stunned me so um it's safe to say this case confounds me just like the parents lewis case does yeah khan did you follow the deny him in cases well yeah i think about a lot because he was the first one that really encountered shaw with clear i talked about with her ages ago now about how evidence of innocence is such a i mean the the idea that no matter what you find the state can reinvent the whole story it was not an every case to some degree middle nods k thinking was rain that americans to can do that but in this case it was black and white example of how you find contradict me evidence you can just change a whole script and say oh yeah oh so guilty yeah i mean it's really something to me that this is seems to be a quirk of the justice system in particular i mean if you think about even the way you behave a different kinds of jobs i mean we're not talking about being judges and prosecutors here.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Up and Vanished

Up and Vanished

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Up and Vanished

"Side note to georgia's supreme court now has nine members on it one of the members of the supreme court recused herself from the deliberations but causes some political connections that she has to one of the lawyers who did not directly represent the media but also filed what's called in the make us brief which is sort of like a third party intervening saying yeah we don't represent this tv station but we agree with them so because of some connections that were personal or political between while the justices there was only eight so it could turn out as a thai and if there's a thai the ruling stands as is and the gag order stays in place if you've enjoyed up in vanished than you probably appreciate it throwing mystery i wanna introduce you to an upcoming phil by twentieth century fox called murder on the orient express murder on the oil express hits theaters november tenth if the title sounds familiar that's because this film is are we imagining of the 19th 34 classic novel by master storyteller agatha christie thirteen strangers are stranded on a train in everyone is a suspect one detective must raced against time to unpeeled suspenseful puzzle or morality is questioned in people are not always as they seem trust me i've read the script enough screens some footage and this is a classic whodunnit with the greek characterdriven story of deception we will t love in revenge academy awardnominated kenneth brannagh directs in leads an allstar cast is stores penelope cruz womb to fo judi dench johnny jeff michelle pfeiffer daisy really josh gad.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on First Mondays

"That decision is contrary to or an unreasonable application clearly establish federal law and has a stake orton and given a reason ends we have to hypothesize basi's four the stay court opinion and ask whether there is any conceivable reasonable basis for the stake court opinion we grant the ritz and we presume that that is on the merits that had to be up to the sort of other important part is we assume if there's just no reasons at all we actually approved presume unless there's some indication it is a decision on the merits not a procedural decision from the vocal procedural fault right arm so that's a little bit complicated only because of all men and women maybe we won't get it on a particular route rabbit whole because would you start saying that federal habeas laws a little bit complicated like it sounds like sit shivers up if my spine so okay so harrington says yet i office is this stuff and it's and it's an important case he was a big deal is decided a few years ago because a lot of habeas petitions and state or are just rejected and there's nothing there and so the idea that you what you have to do is sort of come up with will basically is there any reasonable way you could have rejected this petition is actually not a task that his federal courts normally do right and so take his home okay so what happened in this case is mr wilson at his capital sentencing proceeding as represented by lawyers who claimed to have on extensive capital trial experience they have nine and have received not touring so naturally he wants to raise an ineffective assistance of council claim and state habeas court denies the claim and she's a reasoned opinion and than the way that georgia system works as you apply to the georgia supreme court to get a certificate of a probable cause which is essentially something that allows you to appeal the decision and have a full hearing and the georgia's supreme court he doesn't get a cpc from georgia instead he just gets an unreason summary denial.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Affidavit getty leader said his comments had been taken all out of proportion and misconstrued he testified that he voted for the death penalty because of the facts of the case not because of dart's race lawyers for the state in court filings said that thorpe's intellectual disability claim had already been reviewed and rejected by the courts the us supreme court has ruled people with mental impairment or in eligible for execution at the state also said the jurors racial bias claim was bored by evidence rules in that there is insufficient evidence to show cure bias affected the trials outcome the georgia supreme court yesterday agreed with the state lawyers and refused to stop the execution thirds attorneys appealed directly to the united states supreme court thorpe would have been the second inmate executed by the state of georgia in the nineteenth nationwide georgia executed nine people last year california non profit is happy with the federal government's decision to have eight border wall prototypes built near the mexican border especially in that now is not after the earthquake in mexico is at a time to be building prototypes on the mexican border it makes absolutely no sense it showed no compassion border angel founder and regain marin as is hoping protesters clash while the prototype walls are being built if you're in favor of the wall you're entitled to speak in favour of it but peacefully and that's what we're asking don't want any violence he says he thinks the government should have delayed the construction which started yesterday in oh teammates at he's also worried about potential clashes between pro border wall and anti border wall demonstrators thing he wants everything to be peaceful san diego county has set up free speech zones where people can demonstrate its expected to take thirty days for the prototype walls to be built it's forty three minutes.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Sworn

Sworn

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Sworn

"So it was all very interesting do you have any predictions about how long the appeal might take in this case or what it might look like the first thing that happened will be the motion for new trial hearing the justin rossier says lorries of already videos a a new courtappointed attorney mitch durham but he can't proceed until the trial transcript is finished and from what i understand where now nine months later in the trial transcript is yet to be prepared is not unusual for lengthy murder trials to for the trial transcript to take a year even longer so i would think once the transcript is prepared in the motion for new trial is litigated that could take a year i would think and then you would appeal to the georgia's supreme court after that again you have to prepare the trial transcript on the hearings for the motion for new trial i don't know how long that will take but the georgia supreme court will hear the arguments in it takes two terms it could take two terms of its court to decide the case that could be another halfyear nine months so wethednc we're talking three years i don't think that some reasonable justice doesn't move that quickly sometimes allow always tell people that you certainly don't wanna put all your eggs in the appellate basket your best hope to win a case is at the trial court level because if you lose then the appeal could last a really really longtime and it's not murder case and you have a much shorter senate's oftentimes if served your sentence before the appeal even begins a motion for new trial is heard by the judge who oversaw the trial that would be judged mary scaly clark and it happens sometimes but i think is extremely rare for a judge who oversaw the trial.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Up and Vanished

Up and Vanished

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on Up and Vanished

"Hey you're karmakar cargo question for uh phil holloway about the d i casefile you think it's cross spoke with you can ask her yuchengoo litigation that could have prosecuted could gbi would still fadika case is not closed in skokie profile from the copper bankruptcy law certainly hope that at some point the entire case foul is made public the supreme court is said that under georgia law the law enforcement agency who maintains these fouls in this case the gbi is their sole discretion to determine when a case is considered inactive it's energy be our sole discretion to determine whether or not an investigation is open or closed in literally all they have to say is that it's still an open investigation and there's really nothing that anybody can do about it they would be free to never released the case file if there's anything in that case fouled that's remotely embarrassing to the g b a or things that they deem might be sensitive that might be embarrassing or hurtful to third parties then they do have the discretion to say we're not going to release this i hope that's not the case i hope they do release it but i'm worried that they never will another thing to keep a mind if there's criminal litigation against these the venice and by that i mean the trial each one would have the right to an appeal so the case is never really over until all appeals have been exhausted and if you're talking about a murder case you got a conviction potentially in the trial court you've got an appeal directly to the supreme court from there if the conviction is upheld by the georgia supreme court then there's another round of appeals through the state system called the habeas corpus process where once again defendants are entitled to appeal for a new trial and once the state habeas corpus appellate route is exhausted then they could turn to the federal courts to seek habeas corpus relief so the appeals in a murder case literally can go on for decades so there's a lot of reasons why the gbi might be able to keep this case file closed and the public may never ever see it at least.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Think you don't have to three years and all the money spent the only thing he could get was what scooter liby on a perjury charge which is by the way of perjury trap so i'm asking hugh this yep if you know if you look at the congressional indeo gm g doj investigations right okay now you have now you have called me that sets it up to get a special council hired now you're right whole day of as his mentor that's in charge of it and now you have his mentor hiring all these democrats in including people that obviously have a conflict of interest having been on hillary clinton's team regarding emails now you have done you know you have handled a lot of these things issues as a lawyer right and you know in you've done criminal cases a lot of criminal cases and nine you wanna supreme court decision that the georgia supreme court last year i recall the biggest biggest the seven zero and kate than the country representing the state of georgia a major crime okay so you ask me the criminal quite the minority going all right i'm asking the criminal question yep so that know they're there and what can happen john in this is where what would happen to me you've got multiple re party basically congress the house and senate and that special counsel investigate this at the time time which is a collision course mean that's what happens on the if the collision course and i think what rod wrote and think that today is you know you look at the situation he's been attorney general acting basically predicted investigation and the fact is it comes down to an and this is the pike can't get pat this point you cannot legally get passes point that game home me it is written submissions said never under investigation not under invest gatien no obstruction but the guard to the russian probe and then he awake her and then argument he made which is is ridiculous that this was his personal document instead of the document of the department.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Know and think you don't have to three years and all the money spent in the only thing he could get was what scooter liby on a perjury charge which is by the way of perjury trap so i'm asking you this the up if you know if you look at the congressional and deal gm jeep doj investigations right okay now you have now you have coal me that sets it up to get a special council hired now you're a whole day of his his mentor that's in charge of it and now you have his mentor hiring all these democrats including people that obviously have a conflict of interest having been on hillary clinton's team as regarding emails now you have done you know you have handled a lot of these things zia shoes as a lawyer i it and you know in you've done criminal cases a lotta criminal cases and nine you wanna supreme court decision that the georgia supreme court last year i recall the biggest biggest dogs seven zero k from the country representing the fate of georgia a major crime okay so you asked me the criminal quite the minority going alright i'm asking the criminal question yep so that know they're there and what can happen ghanem if aware what would happen to me you've got multiple re party basically congress the house and senate and special counsel to investigate this at the same time which is a collision course mean that's what happens on the if the collision course and i think what rodman i think that today is you know you look at the situation he's been attorney general acting basically investigation and the fact is he comes down to an ambitious the the can't get pat this point you cannot legally get passes point that game colmey in his written submissions said never under investigation not under gatien no obstruction with regard to the russian probe and then he laker and then argument he made which is is ridiculous that this with his personal document instead of the document of the department.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KELO

"In the investigation should have been shut down then in there and even a atlas i can't believe i'm saying this alan dershowitz has been dead on accurate about all of this and i are ways about civil liberties and equal application under the law find me a personal make up a crime for them you know and think you don't have to three years and all the money spent the only thing he could get was what scooter livvy on a perjury charge which is by the way of perjury trap so i'm asking you this if you know if you look at the congressional indeo gm jeep doj investigations right okay now you have it now you have called me that sets it up to get a special council hired now you're right hot day of as his mentor that's in charge of it and now you have his mentor hiring all these democrats including people that obviously have a conflict of interest having been on hillary clinton's team regarding emails now you have done you know you of handled a lot of these these things issues as a lawyer i do and you know in you've done criminal cases a lotta criminal cases and nine you wanna supreme court decision that the georgia supreme court last year i recall the biggest biggest dogs seven zero k from the country representing the state of georgia a major crime okay so you asked me the grandma quite the minority going alright i'm asking the criminal question so that no they're there and what can happen in this is where what would happen to me you've got multiple re party basically congress the house and senate and special counsel to investigate this at the same time which is a collision course mean that's what happened on the it's a collision course and i think what rod rodents think that today if you look at the situation he's been attorney general acting basically predicted investigation and the fact is it comes down to an and this is why can't get past the point you cannot legally get passes point that game colmey it is written submissions said never under investigation not owner investigate no obstruction but the guard to the russian probe and then he weaker and then argument he made which is is ridiculous that this was his personal document instead of the document of the department.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WJDX

WJDX

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on WJDX

"Me a personal makeup a crime for them you know and think you don't have to three years and all the money spent the only thing he could get was what scooter lib be on a perjury charge which is by the way of perjury trap so i'm asking you this yep if you know if you look at the congressional indeo gm jeep doj investigations right okay now you have it now you have called me that sets it up to get a special council hired now you're a whole day of as his mentor that's that's in charge of it and now you have his mentor hiring all these democrats including people that obviously have a conflict of interest having been on hillary clinton's team regarding emails now you have done you know you have handled a lot of these things issues as a lawyer i do and you know in you've done criminal cases a lotta criminal cases at nine you wanna supreme court decision that the georgia supreme court last year i recall bigot biggest seven zero k from the country representing the state of jordan a major crime okay so you asked me the criminal court minority going i i'm asking the criminal question yep no they're there and what can happen john and this is where what would happen in the you've got multiple re party basically congress how can fit it in the council trying to investigate this at the time time which is a collision course mean that's what happened on the it the collision course and i think what rodman think that today if you look at the situation he's been attorney general acting basically predicted investigation and the fact is he comes down to an and this is the pie i can't get past the point you cannot legally get ba'athist point that game homi it is written submissions said never under investigation not under investigation no obstruction book regard to the russian probe and then he blinker and then argument he made which it is ridiculous that this was his personal document in dead of the document.

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"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"georgia supreme court" Discussed on KTRH

"In the investigation should have been shut down then and there and even a atlas i can't believe i'm saying this alan dershowitz has been dead on accurate about all this inauguration ways about civil liberties and equal application under the law find me a personal makeup of crime for them in on think you don't have to three years and all the money spent the only thing he could get was what scooter liby on a perjury charge which is by the way a perjury trap so i'm asking you this if you know if you look at the congressional indeo g m g doj investigations right okay now you have now you have colmey that sets it up to get a special council hired now you're right whole day of his his mentor that's in charge of and now you have his mentor hiring all these democrats including people that obviously have a conflict of interest having been on hillary clinton's team regarding emails now you have done you know you have handled a lot of these things issues as a lawyer i you and you know in you've done criminal cases a lot of criminal cases and you wanna supreme court decision that the georgia supreme court last year i recall biggest biggest dogs seven zero k from the country representing the stated gordon a major criminal case so you asked me the criminal quite the minority going alright i'm asking the criminal question yep so that there's no there there and what can happen tournament who wear what would happened to me you've got multiple re party basically congress the house and senate.

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