17 Burst results for "Harland Braun"

"harland braun" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Decided to not bring charges over her death. Meanwhile, Louisville and other cities across the country are bracing for more unrest. As the family gathered around the memorial to chant her name. There was a scathing rebuke of another name. Kentucky's attorney general, I never had faith and Daniel Camera to begin with wearing Briana Taylor's emergency medical technician jacket. Her aunt Bianca Austin, read the words from Taylor's mother, who was too distraught to speak. I was reassured Wednesday of why I have no faith in the legal system in the police in the law. They are not made to protect us. Black and brown people. Family attorney Ben Crump demanded the grand jury's files be released, released a transcript. So we can have transparency. Larger protests are planned in Louisville this weekend. The city's interim police chief is asking our militia to stay away. That was CBS News to Riga. Duncan, Louisville Daly City wide curfew will be in place through the weekend. The lawyer says the decision to not file charges against a female radio reporter who has pinned to the ground handcuffed and arrested by county sheriff's deputies outside a hospital in Lynwood is not good enough. Attorney Harland Braun tells Kate actually wants her declared factually innocent without apology from Sheriff Alex Villanueva had asked him to a public because he publicly announced that she was guilty of a crime. So, but you know what everyone can make mistakes. A sheriff can make a mistake he show to a conclusion was told things and he made false statements about my client. And when he Looked at the video and listens to the recordings. We'll see that he was wrong, and we would expect him just to apologize. Braun has written a letter to share feet away, Va. Asking for the apology because even though the D A won't prosecute an arrest, record and booking photo remain on file..

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"harland braun" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"harland braun" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"B. B. S. good afternoon Kevin ring tone. three things to know it to fifteen won the NCAA released its capital plan a blueprint for how the agency intends to spend over fifty billion dollars to improve the city transit system the proposal includes signal system upgrade station accessibility improvements and funding for the second phase of the second Avenue subway project to a long island mother says someone stole the ashes of her son they were inside and earn that was snatched from her home in Garden City last month Monica Harland Braun says two thieves were caught on surveillance video getting in while they were on vacation she is begging for those ashes to be returned and three someone put a paper bag over six year old girls had in a possible abduction attempt neighbors and police and how New Jersey are now on high alert cops say the suspect a man in his forties was seen sitting in an S. U. V. for a while yesterday afternoon he eventually got out walked to the girl and put the bag over her head she managed to scream and run away she made it inside the home she wasn't hurt but anyone with information is asked to call help police to sixteen at WCBS there's new evidence today the measles outbreak has been completely conquered the CDC says there was not a single new case of the disease last week which hasn't happened in nearly a year there were twelve hundred fifty cases since the beginning of the year and the CDC declared an official into the outbreak just two weeks ago Connecticut governor Ned Lamont is calling for the end of the state's religious exemption rule for vaccinations for students the state's public health commissioner Renee Coleman Mitchell made the announcement today at a press conference I know there are many who sincerely believe that the religious exemptions should not be repealed and vaccinia vaccine rates by schools should not be published I sympathize but I must follow the science that has been proven for more than fifty years from last school year compared to the year before the overall number of religious exemptions taken increased by. twenty five percent state lawmakers are expected to take on the issue of religious exemptions for vaccinations next year a teenager was arrested for yelling insults at two Jewish residents in the town of Jackson New Jersey police charged the young man with a rasping and bias intimidation the people he's accused of yelling out we're standing in front of their home they told cops the teenagers swerve close to them in a car forcing them to jump back to get out of the way from their police say the suspect drove down the street turn the car around and sped right into the two victims yet again while shouting insults the investigation is ongoing and there could be more charges to eighteen at WCBS..

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"harland braun" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"So I have I have I have a question. I'll tease it's uniquely Mark arrogance. It's not a law question. But it's a very Mark question that I it's of a per not of a personal nature. But it's something that I've always known about or felt, but I don't have any proof. And I'm very curious what your take is on this. And then we'll get back to. Show quick question. All right million question. I've not seen Harvey Weinstein out and about in months now in as the he'd be out to dinner, and they take pictures and gave him on TMZ, and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, Tupper all those remember Zona. We. Constantly out eating dinner, and they were bothering him. Bob. First things first is part of this deal. When you're representing a guy like Weinstein, do you start by saying, you just go into hotel, and you order room service, and you don't set foot outside like, I don't want to hear your name Messini pictures. I don't want any anything. I certainly don't wanna kerfuffle with Yona TMZ cameraman, but I just don't even want. I don't even want to hear your name for five months. I think a lot of times the clients themselves get into this head space where they just they they don't want to deal with the story. I mean, I remember when he was in Arizona. And I I mean, if you're better if you're Blair or somebody, you're probably, you know, every day there's a different story because there's a different property. I think clients get into that space where they don't wanna talk. They don't want to be the story. They'd rather have more control over because I think whether it's him whether it's other clients that I've represented there is. A certain aspect of it just wears you down. And when you're in a criminal case, it's different than say. I don't know what Pete Davidson, for instance, right now, he appears you know, there's a lot of chatter about him. And he appears and I don't think it's, you know, it's not all negative, although there's always negative negatively on the internet. But when you're accused criminally there is an aspect where you just want to show where I'd like to just put the client attorney advise. Yeah. That client if the client will ask usually and the attorney will generally say, no, I don't want you talking. I don't want you to famously. I remember there Harland Braun was the original lawyer on Robert Blake Robert Blake gave an interview to Barbara Walters. I think in the county jail Harlan fired him then mezro represented him at the pre limb. And then I think. Blake fired mezro and then. Schwarzenbach represented him at trial. And by the way, interestingly talks about you know, you never know the experts don't always though, I think that when they played the interview of Robert Blake that had been taped. And he had lost his lawyer over lost Harland over I think that helped to acquit him because he didn't have to take the stand. He was able to tell his story to Barbara. But famously I'll give you the opposite of that Diane Sawyer interviewing Scott Peterson. That was cringe-worthy when you watched it, and they played that at the trial that general, but the general rule of thumb for you as an attorney to the client, zip zip. It absolute question, that's very Mark arrogance and very. I mar Mark you'll be one of the you're one of these guys. There's a commercial back in the seventies. When they'd say, how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie roll Tootsie pop and nobody knew and they said, let's ask mister owl. He's wise, and he knows everything. And that's the way I feel about Mark. I have these ideas, and I go I need to ask more doll to spike. You take a moan? Second..

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"harland braun" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Arts and sciences over its decision to revoke his membership daniel carson reports polanski says he didn't get a fair hearing polanski's lawyer harland braun is accusing the academy of not allowing his client to make his case for being reinstated the academy revoked polanski's membership last week it didn't explain why it waited for decades to boot him out an academy spokeswoman says the board of governors has the right to take action if it involves a members standard of conduct forty years ago polanski pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a thirteen year old girl but he worried the deal would be tossed so he fled to france and has been a fugitive ever since in an interview with the polish addition of newsweek philanthropy slammed the metoo movement as quote collective hysteria and total hypocrisy for npr news i'm danielle carson in pasadena california officials in kenya say at least thirty two people have been killed after a dam burst the dam is north of nairobi you're listening to npr geologists are tracking the erupting kilowatt volcano in hawaii it's cracked open more than a dozen fishers that have released lava and toxic gas officials are now worried about the sinking level of lava in the volcanoes summit if it drops too far there could be steam explosions these could fling boulders high into the air endangering people when they crashed down the murder trial of a former new england mafia boss is underway in federal court in boston frank cadillac salami and an alleged mob associate are charged with killing massachusetts club owner in nineteen ninetythree from member station w g b h in boston isaiah thompson reports twenty five years ago steven dasaro left his house in a boston suburb and never returned it wasn't until two thousand sixteen that officials unearthed his remains from an industrial site in providence rhode island prosecutors say former new england mob boss frank salami ordered desario killed out of fear that he would inform.

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"harland braun" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

Reasonable Doubt

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt

"Well what what do you think is going to happen first off the the fiso warrant depending on what knows you're watching yeah i'd be i don't think you're gonna see any significant changes in the fights a process because i think that part of what people don't understand is that the search war process is such a flawed process to begin with i mean there is a friend of mine harland braun who used to have a motion to suppress and the motion to suppress you with a search warrant for instance a new similar to what fights award in this sets a cop goes into a judge he's basis showing the probable cause such usually done by announced david under penalty of perjury had supposedly a judge he's going to read the affidavit and then see if there is probable cause to uh borsa sufficient clause two she the search warrant well ireland used to have a motion that was good motion to suppress challenge the search for and he called it the designated search warrants hor motion hoare who are he and he used to directed at one particular judge who is now dead who used to come back to the courthouse in the afternoon after being at the velvet turtle and being at a point to oh and she would sign any thinking it'd be god forbid if you would or a courtroom she you you couldn't understand what she was saying because she was flooring our words and the designated search for and harm warm ocean was you could put literally anything in front of her and she would authorize the search for that's you know that's one extreme the fact is is that there are certain judges every jurisdiction where law enforcement those little sign any sleep belly show a warrant for for literally eddie you could just give a something that is that was rejected by some other judging those cited that's you know you hope tech doesn't happen with faisal but finds so for all of its tolerability uh still has some pretty bowl.

"harland braun" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on Channel 955

"And no i got and great mm in the group pete lau dillon brooks the middle of alone aides emily and gentle life i five and i am outta here aces coming up next enjoy your saturday night even if that means just hanging out on the couch watching that looks hey that is still a successful saturday night mayas field is igor act style ahmad right has got aggasing i always be small uganda's style meanwhile me khan of arnold near zhawar numbness chad saw us when mommy's put up on you'll die day may nine god a swiss mile live gameby game that goes on his resumes a nice guy pain no ebro as mosey as me let him go now i saw the foro nays fine him on the eve of sean in a car it was legendary nor tv i know in no montage donen said harland braun don't give a damn andrew giovanni though gulizade as donna again when the bad zia not a mighty china level as absurd as man in a um above impovement minnow futures i go rockstar sovereign has gone aggasing i always be small you go to us meanwhile elmi gone note new show again as china's momis wanted loyal naming then tangled abbey nina hails he'll superstars fillon like a pop star gaining bed jumping in the pool in that hanging out ono bra room battlefront of bad in on a transnational screened in now no mob they lie servers why you've got into a car garage the only got sees god.

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"harland braun" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on No Agenda

"And that every time we were there that we were being watched and the women apparently believed that alien or cia operatives would collect the man's body while they went to oregon was craziness that was totally nuts harland braun is the fiancee's attorney and is shocked by what was discovered at the palace aides home we found a lot of cash refund guns we've found stuff that could be used for snipers their cars that were modified forward you know desert travel uh he could have been working for anyone it's hard to imagine however that agency total figment of imagination because there were so much money involved is almost five million dollars worth of guns that were were taken by the police the police also uncovered six and a half tonnes of ammunition at the one condo in the palace aides laura vetted bunker isn't quite sure why her daughter believes the aliens secret agents story but she wants her to come home now and get some help the great store this grace grace story rain story now is your picked data from and has been around the probably tweeted to me twenty times now i am a book can i say other than makes total sense to me the i'm all in on that in another episode of guests that movie however i want you to guess mike giardi i'm turning the tables that's a good one you turned the tables on me i didn't expect that way believe mr pirker wearing name is back or you could accept the fact that the city is headed for a disaster of biblical proportions what do you mean biblical what he means is old testament vieira mayor real wrath of god type stocks fireandbrimstone coming down from the skies rivers and seas boiling darkness earthquakes volcano the fed rising from a great human sacrifice dogs and cats living together steria inapp i get the point what if you're wrong i'm wrong nothing happens we go to jail peacefully quietly will enjoy it but if i am right and we can stop this thing.

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"harland braun" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on WLOB

"For netflix with kate build casteel are you going to not pick up the phone and call me back we got nothing back from them then when we were two weeks from launching the series we get a call from his agents seeing sean must see this documentary must and i said well he can see it on october twenty of when it comes out and they said that this is a e w dot com asking questions because it's the because of the at that point the editors luck right and he says will on the tv network i can make a change in the eta just before i go to air on netflixing making a change is an eight to twelve week process we have to reedit the episodes we after remastered the episodes and then everything has to be subtitled and dubbed for one hundred twenty countries around the world so why said there's really no reason why he should see it now but if we're just giving it to him out of the courtesy and respect okay fine so sean whitney watched it with his lawyer and that's when it all started they said well the big point of contention is understand is that the sources and the documentary suggests pin alerted the department of justice that he was travelling to a secret location in mexico to interview el chapo ban has strongly denied this through his lawyer who called the claims pan or anyone yeltsin has manfalut of the boj to the trip is a complete fabrication involving sly so what do you think is true they asked the producer he says i don't know was true i know what's in the documentary nowhere do we say that sean penn was in cahoots cooperating working for or with the doj or anyone else in the united states government prior to going down only cates criminal lawyer harland braun says in his opinion that sean penn would have told his attorney who is a formal former federal prosecutor that they were going down the year his attorney would've told some one of the united states government then the united states government would have told somebody in the mexican government and what harland was trying to say is if you're sean penn and you're going to see el chapo in mexico would you just get on a plane going seven hours into the middle of the.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KOMO

"D sixty nine welcome back to america in the morning fifteen before the hour the woman who was the thirteen year old victim of roman polanski's sex case has asked the judge to end her forty year nightmare as an act of mercy to her family here's jim rupe with the story samantha guy mer says the past forty years have been a nightmare it was awful i mean it started immediately that night that night was much tenths nineteen seventy seven samantha guy mer then samantha gaily was thirteen and uninspiring model she went to jack nicholson's house to meet with polaski to have some photos taken nicholson was away on a skiing trip in colorado congress says plaski gave her shan pain and drugs and against her will had sex with her she says she wasn't prepared for being treated like the bad guy blamed for what happened to it was a fletch different story oil drugdealing plo leader law all corridor with us and our flying out laid off so what's what's like she sent a letter two months ago to the la da saying law enforcement and the da's offices always treated her with contempt and she accused them of dragging out this case for four decades to further their careers friday she made her first ever appearance before a judge asking that he and that criminal case against the filmmaker and her nightmare ridden chlorine to consider taking action which can finally bring this matter to close an act of mercy to myself and my family i would like to ask you to consider sentencing to plans to time served in absentia and that was the deal and i t seventy eight plaski would plead guilty to unlawful sex with a minor and he will be sentenced to times served but when polaski got wind that the judge was going to renege and sent him to prison anyway he took to the wind fled to europe his attorney harland braun asked.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Sixty nine welcome back to america in the morning fifteen before the hour the woman who was the thirteen year old victim of roman polanski's sex case has asked the judge to end her forty year nightmare as an act of mercy to her family here's jim rupe with the story samantha guy says the past forty years have been a nightmare it was awful i mean it started immediately that night that night was much tenth nineteen seventy seven samantha guy mer then samantha gaily was thirteen and uninspiring model she went to jack nicholson's house to meet with polaski to have some photos taken nicholson was away on a skiing trip in colorado congress says plaski gave her champagne and drugs and against her will had sex with her she says she was prepared for being treated like the bad guy blamed for what happened to it was a let's different story drugdealing lowlead law all korir with us and i was lying off so what's what's doubtless she says a letter two months ago to the la da saying law enforcement and the da's office always treated her with contempt as she accused them of dragging out this case for four decades to further their careers friday she made her first ever appearance before a judge asking that he and that criminal case against the filmmaker and her nightmare ridden chlorine to consider taking action which can finally bring this matter to close as an active mercy to myself and my family i would like to ask you to consider sentencing two plans can to time served in absentia and that was the deal and that he's seventy eight plaski would plead guilty to unlawful sex with a minor and he will be sentenced to time served but when polanski got wind that the judge was going to renege and sent him to prison anyway he took to the wind fled to europe his attorney harland braun asked the judge to one seal the transcripts so we can see for himself the reason they're hiding this transcript is because that's the prosecutors testimony about the deal but judge guy.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Closer sir the sixty nine welcome back to america in the morning fifteen before the hour the woman who was the thirteen year old victim of roman polanski's sex case has asked the judge to end her forty year nightmare as an act of mercy to her family here's jim rupe with the story samantha guy mer says the past four forty years have been a nightmare it was awful ending it started immediately that night that night was much tenth nineteenth seventy seven samantha guy mer then samantha gaily was thirteen and an aspiring model she went to jack nicholson's house to meet with polanski to have some photos taken nicholson was away on a skiing trip in colorado congress has plaski gave for champagne and drugs and against her will had sex with her she says she wasn't prepared for being treated like the bad guy blamed for what happened to it was a much different story al drug dealing plo leader law all cornered into this and i was lying made obsolete what's what's will ideology sent a letter two months ago to the la da saying law enforcement and the da's offices always treated her with contempt as she accused them of dragging out this case for four decades to further their careers friday she made her first ever appearance before a judge i'm asking that he and that criminal case against the filmmaker and her nightmare for you to consider taking action which can finally bring this matter to close as an act of mercy to myself and my family i would like to ask you to consider sentencing in his two plans key to time served in absentia and that was the deal and nineteen seventy eight plaski would plead guilty to us unlawful sex with a minor and he will be sentenced to time served but when polanski got wind that the judge was going to renege and sent him to prison anyway he took to the wind fled to europe his attorney harland braun asked the judge to one seal the transcripts so we can see for himself the reason they're hiding this transcript is because that's the prosecutors.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KOIL

"Zero sixty nine welcome back to america in the morning fifteen before the hour the woman who was the thirteen year old victim of roman polanski's sex case has asked the judge to end her forty year nightmare as an act of mercy to her family here's jim rupe with the story samantha guy amber says the past forty years have been a nightmare was awful i mean it started immediately that that night was much tenth nineteen seventy seven samantha guy mer samantha gaily was thirteen and an aspiring model she went to jack nicholson's house to meet with polanski to have some photos taken nicholson was away on a skiing trip in colorado calmer says plaski gave her champagne and drugs and against her will has sex with her she says she wasn't prepared for being treated like the bad guy blamed for what happened to a much different story olive oil drugdealing plo leader law all horror with us lying made off so like she sent a letter two months ago to the la da sing law enforcement and the da's offices always treated her with contempt as she accused them of dragging out this case for four decades to further their careers friday she made her first ever appearance before a judge asking that he and that criminal case again against the filmmaker and her nightmare implore you to consider taking action which can finally bring this matter to close as an act of mercy to myself and my family i would like to ask you to consider sentencing to plans can to time served in absentia in that was the deal and that he's seventy eight plaski would plead guilty to unlawful sex with a minor and he will be sentenced to time served but when polaski got wind that the judge was going to renege and sent him to prison anyway he took to the wind fled to europe his attorney harland braun asked.

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"harland braun" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Forty w oh just what is it that makes whl radio sounds so different pa ss i'll win passion for iowa tashchian for news said weather passion for great radio but most of all passion for you newsradio ten forty wh joe the people's voice is on you had there are people in the world there's no way around it newsradio ted voting whl this is newsradio ten forty wh joe goal welcome back to america in the morning fifteen before the hour the woman who was the thirteen year old victim of roman polanski's sex case has asked the judge to end her forty year nightmare as an act of mercy to her family here's jim rupe with the story samantha guy mer says as the past forty years have been a nightmare was awful i mean it started immediately that night that night was much tenth nineteen seventy seven samantha guy mer then samantha gaily was thirteen and at aspiring model she went to jack nicholson's house to meet with polanski to have some photos taken nicholson was away on a skiing trip in colorado congress has plaski gave her champagne and drugs and against her will had sex with her she says she wasn't prepared for being treated like the bad guy blamed for what happened to it was a much different story drugdealing lowlead law cornered into this and i was lying off so what's what's light delo she said a letter two months ago to the la da saying law enforcement and the da's office has always treated her with contempt as she accused them of dragging out this case for four decades to further their careers friday she made her first ever appearance before a judge asking that he and that criminal case against the filmmaker and her nightmare read chlorine to consider taking action which can finally bring this matter to close an act of mercy to myself and my family i would like to ask you to consider sentencing two plans can to time served in absentia him that was the deal and that he's seventy eight plaski would plead guilty to unlawful sex with a minor and he would be sentenced to time served but when polaski got wind that the judge was going to renege and sent him to prison any the way he took to the wind fled to europe his attorney harland braun asked the judge to one seal.

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"harland braun" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Will it appears that muslims thing for hours and didn't trip up cosby nausea police more than a decade ago the deformed her after giving or what he said recalled analogy posts to help a relax according to a statement introduced yesterday at his sexual saw tro but cosby also told police constand showed no illeffects me one have been drill tablets and never directed to his behavior he claimed that they had a romantic relationship he of course is charged with aggravated indecent assault and could spend the rest of life in prison if indicted it's interesting that during the trial the original district attorney within district attorney close the probe hours after police to review the next steps years ago and felt that they didn't have enough information going for the win a case but a new set of prosecutors brought charges against cosby ten years later which is why we're in this now it's interesting she testified to cosby penetrator with his fingers effort against her will and she denied that they had a previous romantic relationship but a former neighbor testified constant became distant withdrawn in the months after she said the entertainer drugged her a cosby's lawyers meeting meanwhile wanted to know why there was appear phonecall she made him on valentine's day weeks after the alleged assault of her answer in evidence court showed the team had a game the couple team at a game on february fourteen and they closing called the team's coach between calls to cosby and that because he was part of the team in part of temple big temples supporter that's why she called of because they have this mr gather in somewhat related news the accuser roman polanski the victim rum whisky sex for forty years ago went to court to appeal directly to a judge to end the case against the director of samantha game it was thirteen it time oh said she she's going to appear with attorney harland braun because she's tired of the case that doesn't mean the judge will drop the case will see they wanted unsealed because there was a um a allegation that polinsky contends he's the victim of judi judicial misconduct 'cause the now deceased judge who handled the case suggested private marks that he would not owner plea bargain agreement called for no more tied behind bars for the directors at forty two days in prison.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:20 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"She's got in front of a judge to ask that the the charge the unresolved charge from seventy seven seventy eight be dismissed the whole thing thrown out which is exactly what roman polanski's criminal defense lawyer in la harland braun has been working on for years unsuccessfully i i might add and so today she came into court to tell the judge that she we've been through enough she thought polanski had been through enough she thought there was evidence that the judicial system both prosecutors and judges had mistreated roman as she referred to him name interesting and and hope that did the whole case could just go away after court she spoke about the issues that she's dealt with over the years and said something that i don't think anybody covering this case expected to here which is dead she said it really wasn't that bad now she was thirteen years old the charges that were filed against poland ski are not the case is not the case that he pled guilty to to he pled guilty to a single count of having unlawful sex with a minor and perhaps fair warning there's nothing graphic here but discussion of some nasty criminal charges what polanski was originally charged with was a furnishing drugs to a minor because he gave her a believe it was some sort of sedative yet a pill a sedative pill and champagne oral copulation rape and sodomy and at the request of this now woman's family back then the district attorney's office pled the case down to dispose of it to make it go away without the a public humiliation of a trial so here's what she said today it just wasn't as traumatic for me is everybody would like to believe it was i was a young sexuallyactive teenager and it was a scary thing vitals not uncommon thing i understood much worse things happen to people so i'll just lozada as traumatizes everybody thinks they should have been while i've never heard anything quite like that no especially from somebody who's lived through something like that not that any of us are in a position to tell her how to deal no it sits her if that's how she feels that's how she feels it is just it is just stunning especially.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The line right now in a much more serious turned by the way the top of the hour ron allen from my nbc news is going to join us from the cosby trial he's been sitting in cyber going to get the latest on that what the vibes like in their eric leonard on a uh an equally but old old story on the roman polanski case you know he has been gone for decades because he skipped out when he feared that the deal he thought he had struck with prosecutors in the judge was going to be revoked in time sir wouldn't be times her he'd have to go back to present prison for or jail for having sex with a thirteen year old that thirteenyearold now fifty four is finally speaking out publicly saying uh you know what enough is enough let's move on eric you're on the line what is the latest in this case yeah truly bizarre scene doubted criminal courts today this isn't the first time this woman who has gone public she's identified herself her name is samantha guy mer has as talked about the case and talked about her of the frustration disappointment that the it's still unresolved blood today was the first time she has gone in front of a judge to ask that the charge judge the unresolved charge from seventy seven seventy eight be dismissed the whole thing thrown out which is exactly what roman polanski's criminal defense lawyer in la harland braun has been working on for years a unsuccessfully i i might add and so today she came into court to tell the judge that she'd been through who enough she thought polanski had been through enough she thought there was evidence that the judicial system both prosecutors and judges had mistreated roman as she referred to him by name interesting and and hope that did the whole case could just go away after court she spoke about the issues that she's dealt with over the years and said something that i don't think anybody covering this case expected to here which is dead she said it really wasn't that bad now she was thirteen years old the charges that were filed against poland ski are not the case.

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"harland braun" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"harland braun" Discussed on KPCC

"Nine point three kpcc i'm nick roman with news is you're heading home and l a jury today convicted a twenty one year old man in the 2014 beating death of a usc exchange student who had just left campus after a late night study session andrew garcia is this second defeat brendan convicted of murder in the fatal attack on 24yearold gene ronji he was beaten as he headed back to his apartment blocks away from the usc campus back on october jurors convicted 18yearold alejandro guerrero she's awaiting sentencing now garcia will be sentenced next month he's facing ally if in prison without parole same as guerrero two young men in their early twenties will be tried soon a lawyer for roman polanski's says the oscarwinning film directors sexual assault victim will be in court in la tomorrow to ask a judge to end the longrunning criminal case against him defense attorney harland braun says some the guy mer will make the case that planned ski has served his time for the 40yearold crime plans keep fled the us a nineteen seventy eight after pleading guilty to unlawful sex with a minor was afraid the judge was going to renege on a plea deal and send him away for more time than the sixweek he'd served in jail prior to sentencing garmin was thirteen at the time of the sexual assault state of california saved more than a hundred million dollars in prison costs since proposition forty seven passed back in 2014 l a big chunk of that money is coming to los angeles county details from kpcc's riina palta it about thirty two million dollars coming to la all money saved since the state stop sending people to prison for things like drug possession and some property crimes the funds will go to job training for ex offenders and mental health and substance abuse programs for people.

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