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"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Along with Governor Pritzker, updating the co bid situation here in Illinois. Keep it right here on news radio throughout the day for all the latest developments. Mayor Lightfoot responding to a CBS to report about a wrongful police raid on the home of a woman in February of 2019, and how the video is just now coming out. That's engine eight young Ah hospital social worker Nearly two years ago, it was police body cam video provided to CBS two by Young and her lawyer after they obtained it from the city. Young says she stood there naked in handcuffs until someone put a blanket over her during the overnight raid. Mayor Lori Lightfoot says she first saw the video this week and put herself in Young's place. We messed up. We gotta fess up when we got to clean it up. But the mayor's administration has gone to court complaining to a judge about young, releasing the video to CBS two Then the mayor pins the blame for the delay and publicly releasing the body cam video to Copa. These civilian officer, police Accountability and independent Agency. Give me a break that we didn't put this this video out. And all this time. It's ridiculous. Illinois Lieutenant Governor Juliana Stratton tweeted that engine that young told police dozens of times that they had raided the wrong house. And no one believed her. She writes. This could have been you. It could have been me and it is unacceptable. Hash tag protect black women. Learning to avoid NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM county prosecutors in Indiana looking at alternatives after the state Supreme Court put a stop to jury trial statement from the Indiana Supreme Court says in person. Jury trials pose an exceptional risk to everyone involved even if every precaution is taken. They are on hold until March, 1st Prosecutors motivated to bring cases to conclusions do have some options, including plea deals and bench trials. In some cases,.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"In layer. Lucky www. Pc Mobile News on the level on the go, Senator Young Once nominee confirmed it's cloudy in 74 degrees. Radar shows some activity to the West North and south of Indianapolis. Still, nothing has made it to central Indiana. But maybe tonight when it's going to be damn windy and cooler, mostly sunning in the low seventy's Tomorrow. I'm Stanley here. Here's what's trending at 4 30. Indiana senators have introduced Indiana Supreme Court nominee to the Senate Judiciary Committee. This was taught young on the subject of any Cockney Barrett's qualifications. She's a model of please reality and appearance. And simply, she possessed all of the necessary qualities to be a great opponent. Court judge then To be a great Supreme Court justice now earlier opening statements from the members of that committee, Fox's going all Scott Judge Barrett, having heard support of Republicans and critique from Democrats address the opposition's sticking point. Justices effect on policy, Barrett says courts should not solve problems in right wrongs, the policy decisions and value judgments of government. Must be made by the political branches elected by an accountable to the people. The public should not expect courts to do so. And courts should not try. Democrats say Barrettes nomination is aimed at securing the conservative majority in an effort to end ObamaCare and overturn Roe v. Wade. Colonel Scott Fox News. The price of gasoline rose sharply last week. Gas buddies Patrick DeHaan says it's likely to fall this week. Now the stock report brought to you by Anderson University where you're online MBA will last a lifetime. The Dow game 251 points to close a 28 8 38 Today the S and P 500 rolls 57 points. And the NASDAQ closed 296 points higher your one minute away from traffic and weather. It's for 32. My.
US carries out first federal execution in 17 years, putting to death a man who killed an Arkansas family in 1996
"The first federal execution and 17 years was carried out at a prison in Terra Haute, Indiana Supreme Court cleared the way for 47 year old Daniel Lewis Li to be put to death by lethal injection. Lee was convicted of killing an Arkansas family in the 19 nineties. W th ei TV's Heather Good was there to witness the execution. He was able to give a final statement. He said things like he bears no responsibility in these murders. He said. I didn't do it, he said. Your killing an innocent man Voting in
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"The support. These daily tech headlines for Thursday. June twenty fifth twenty twenty I'm rich drop Elena. axios reports that according to Google executive. The search giant is creating a licensing program to pay publishers for high quality content ahead of the launch of a news product launch later in two thousand twenty, the program would pay publishers to distribute video audio, images, and texts works as well as paying publishers for free access to pay walled articles who has already reached agreements with local and national publications in Germany. Australia and Brazil, the news product for this content will reportedly offer an enhanced storytelling experience that will exist in Google News. Google introduced settings to let users auditory information back in May two thousand nineteen now google is making auto delete a default setting for new users. New users will have a delete setting to delete data after eighteen months for web and APP activity as well as location data. If they enable and settings, new users will have youtube histories deleted by default after thirty six months. Google will not change for existing users, but will actively remind them through emails and notifications. The US state of Indiana Supreme Court ruled that the Fifth Amendment's provisions against self-incrimination protected woman accused of stalking from having to unlock iphone. This is not the last word on this escorts across the US have ruled differently you. The US Supreme Court precedents predate smartphones. The Indiana court ruled that police must be able to prove. They know what documents are on the phone. Otherwise compelling it to be unlocked is a fishing expedition which would give them information. They didn't have which is essentially forcing self-incrimination. Mozilla announced that comcast is the first is p. to join its fire..
Indiana Supreme Court orders state Attorney General Curtis Hill’s law license suspended for 30 days in groping case
"Indiana's Attorney General has had his license to practice law suspended for a month the Indiana Supreme Court unanimous decision said the state's disciplinary commission proved by clear and convincing evidence that hill committed the criminal act of battery Indiana Attorney General Curtis hill was accused of drunkenly groping for women during a party he was denied doing anything wrong testifying during a hearing in October he briefly touched democratic representative Maria Candelaria Riordan's back hill denied the testimony of three other female staffers that he made unwelcome sexual comments during the party Hillis tonight he will resign he is up for reelection
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810
"Asking for is the ability to prevent the public health emergency we're trying desperately to climb out from into a second Great Depression we're asking for help to keep first responders frontline workers and educators from having to fear for their jobs New York mayor bill de Blasio says next month he could see the start of reopening the likelihood right now unless something miraculous happened we're going into June so I think it's fair to say that June is when we're potentially going to be able to make some real changes if we can continue our progress a handful of states including Michigan today reopen factories tomorrow Ohio will a new CDC estimate raises the death toll from corona virus in New York to more than thirty thousand I bite marks Indiana's Attorney General has had is a license to practice law suspended for a month the Indiana Supreme Court unanimous decision said the state's disciplinary commission proved by clear and convincing evidence that hill committed a criminal act of battery Indiana Attorney General Curtis hill was accused of drunkenly groping for women during a party he was denied doing anything wrong testifying during a hearing in October he briefly touch democratic representative Maria Candelaria Riordan's back he'll deny the testimony of three other female staffers that he made unwelcome sexual comments during the party he was denied he will resign he is up for reelection this year I'm Jeff McKay Jonathan Kravis the top prosecutor of Roger stone who quit the justice department when his superiors overruled his team's work on the case before stone sentencing slammed the Attorney.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A Butler County man is facing federal charges for illegally buying the gun used in the death of Dayton police detective George del Rio the US attorney's office says Delano wells of Trenton made false statements on a firearm form before he bought the gun del Rio was a thirty year veteran of the police department a died from his injuries last week after being shot during a drug raid he was laid to rest just yesterday she's facing fifty years in prison for giving away millions in taxpayer dollars started as an online romance for fifty nine year old Bridget Johnson she connected with a fort Thomas Mann online the two hit it off and he said he was always too busy to meet because he was working on a huge business deal and once a closed they could be together at the end of the story Johnson would have given the man all the money she had a nearly four million dollars of taxpayer money in hopes of making his venture a success now Johnson has pleaded guilty to taking more than a million dollars from the northern Kentucky convention and visitors bureau and faces up to fifty years in prison she'll learn her fate December seventeenth sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred WLW and the Indiana Supreme Court has now temporarily suspended three judges in different counties in the state of the judges were involved in a fight in downtown Indianapolis during which two of them were shot the court finding that those judges engaged in judicial misconduct all that Wall Street right now the Dow is up forty eight points the nasdaq down eighteen the S. and P. down to I'm Jack Crumley our next update at two thirty breaking news any time newsradio seven hundred W. although only with ray Romano you really do talk about your family a lot my wife go cry in a bag of money but it's a big bags of one shell into the three on A. B. C. for then at five city workers getting paid to dig through trash cans five car parts human feces the news for I team taking you for a.
Indiana AG Curtis Hill Faces New Sex Proposition Allegations
"Former employee of Indiana's Attorney General says he propositioned her for sex after he was elected three years ago the testimony coming in a hearing to determine if he can continue practicing law in that state we get more from ABC's Ryan broke the testimony from Kathleen powers who work for Curtis hill when he was the Elkhart county prosecutor comes on the third day of an Indiana Supreme Court disciplinary hearing surrounding alleged groping by Indian as Attorney General during a twenty eighteen party power says which she worked for Helen L. cart key reference having sex with her in discussions about a dance lesson and continue to talk about it in further conversations hill took the stand but was only asked about his current duties as Attorney General he is expected to take the stand again in the week long hearing cry borough ABC news
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"I'm Bob Conway. These are the top stories on NewsRadio WBZ and the US and Canada reached a deal on NAFTA ahead of a deadline to fix or replace the trade deal. More coming up from CBS state Representative from Chicago is casting a higher profile these days, he's the executive director now of the Democratic Party of Illinois and the Indiana supreme court's decision to strike down to state law involving trains blocking street crossings isn't sitting well with some police fficials sports bears beat the buccaneers forty eight ten cobs. The cardinals over ten five will face the brewers later today. CBS news update, the US, Canada and Mexico again in a three way regional trade agreement. US Canada part of the deal came just before a Monday deadline following weeks of bitter negotiations. Foreign affairs analyst, Pamela Faulk trade between the three partners affects jobs and profits in all three countries in all wanted to get a deal done before the change of government in Mexico in two months. What are some major elements US and Canadian negotiators claim it'll strengthen the middle class. Great good, well-paying jobs. John Odell is a professor at USC either Canada, Mexico really wanted a change in NAFTA. That would make it more restrictive of trade. But that's what Trump wants. And that's what's going to happen with the automobile provisions that they've agreed to. They're gonna make cars more expensive for everybody in North America early. Financial market reaction has been positive CBS news update. I'm Tom Foty, Debbie Beebe, news time, twelve thirty two. We're seeing more of state Representative Christian Mitchell of Chicago these days. Especially during this campaign season part of that is because he's the new executive director of the Democratic Party of Illinois Mitchell, saying think I had a unique combination of political experience on the operative side. And being a Representative who represents a very diverse district, but also can knit together diverse coalitions in the party, and when the opening came up I thought that I might be able to serve in lab role Mitchell's succeeds, Tim May right hand man to party chairman and house speaker Mike Madigan makes was ousted earlier this year. Part of the me two skandal Lee. Indiana supreme court's decision striking down a state law involving trains blocking street crossings is raising objections among some police department. The law gave local police the power to issue fines of two hundred dollars to rail companies whatever trains blocked intersections for more than ten minutes. Police in Hammond say they issue nearly fifteen hundred. Hundred of the citations each year, bud won't be able to anymore. One tenant tells the northwest Indiana times that stopped trains create numerous safety risks such as impeding emergency vehicles and increasing. The likelihood of children playing on the trains, anti Dane, NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM. South Korean officials say the south has begun removing mines from two sites inside the heavily fortified border with North Korea under a package of tension reduction deals between the two rivals souls defense ministry, says North Korea is expected to do the same lead Korea's military's agreed on a range of deals aimed at lowering their decades long military, animosities WBZ news time, twelve thirty four emergency officials in earthquake and soon NAMI ravaged Indonesia are digging. Mass graves in the city of how Lou for health and religious reasons as the death toll is now topped eight hundred BBC news correspondent Rebecca hinge says there is a desperate Honda on for the missing relief. Groups are facing a great challenge and the devastation is far.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"A good idea to take a look at the Indiana supreme court where things work a little differently. So we sat down this week with Loretta rush. The chief Justice of the court Madam chief Justice. Thank you very much with us. We do appreciate sure. Happy to visit with you. Jay. I am a licensed attorney here in Indiana. So the judge can tell me Mr. Shabazz your overall, please be quiet, which would be you would not be the first one probably be the last just a look. Let's talk about how was doing these days. I think it's been wonderfully. I mean, we're relatively new court when you think about Justice David being the longest serving at eight years, both Justice, and I had six years just as coffee to Justice Goff at one and slaughter to. But we've but we've got a heck of an institution that we're working. So there's it's pretty solid and pretty stable. How does the supreme court work is like the the US supreme court? Give us a little bit of perspective. Because the main thing is the difference between state and federal courts ninety five percent of the cases in the nation or in the state courts. So when you look at the issues before the court, you gotta look at the numbers in Indiana. The constitution sets up the court. We're responsible for the administration of Justice in Indiana. We'd one point three million cases filed in our ports last year. We have three we have our trial court judges about six hundred digital officers about four hundred trial court judges we have fifteen court of appeals judges in five justices where the court of last resort in Indiana. With regard to interpreting the law growing the common law. If we have a case involves a federal issue in that can be appealed from our court up to the US supreme court. If we have a capital case a death penalty case, there's also once they exhaust their appeals, Indiana. They also habeas appeal in federal system. The one who is I think it's important, folks. Remember that you folks aside law for.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Trying to conduct a Senate hearing for a supreme court. He's not in charge of picking one of the most important jobs in the country. Well, actually, yes, he. That's called my mother's breakfast. So what are you got coming up this weekend? No shortage of topics. I assume how is Mike Bron gonna play off? All this coming up the Mike Brown people. They put out a statement today once again attacking sort of Joe dollars position Saint Joe's listen to his liberal bosses. This is why Indiana needs a Senator somewhere look a little bit that actually I got the bug in my ear this week. And with all the cavenaugh stuff going on it probably couldn't hurt to walk over to the Indiana supreme court and talk to those guys and see how things are going. Let people know that our judicial system is kind of normal, right? And everything for the most part is fine. Because unfortunately, when you see this stuff and not only does it sort of chocolate little faith people have their congressional leadership, but also in their court system, and the court system is how we resolve our conflicts in a peaceful manner. So I think it's important people know that, hey, despite what you see on television. No archbishop system is a whole different creature than that nonsense such see on TV circling. Back around just real quick one thing of dual kind of surprised me a little bit. Dr Ford's testimony was credible. I thought she was convincing, but dual you as a lawyer I thought maybe would have seen some of the holes in a lack of evidence in her testimony had questions, but which does understand too is as a victim of sexual assault. There's gonna be a lot of things that she will not remember or not be able to recall things that we would even think are some of the most basic stuff, and I say this as somebody who has represented a couple of victims of sexual assault of domestic violence. We're kind of just sort of re walking through that process. And this was nowhere near as long as a time period that Dr Fort Wayne it before coming forward, this was like within a year of the attack actually happening, even they had trouble kind of remembering certain things, but this is why. But what I thought worked for Dr Ford was the same thing. I also work the work Cavanaugh is.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"On the other side. Zoran hatch. Saying that the Democrats are his words of crap. In what they're doing to Brad Kavanagh? Yeah. And for the people who wanna keep telling me, Tony. How dare you treat? Victims of sexual assault. This way. Not trading. Anybody any such way you're making an up. We went with the facts. The fact that lousy Ford said there were four witnesses including cavenaugh all four said, they weren't even there weren't even there. So why doesn't that matter? It's only believe believe believe and destroy destroy destroy. No questioning at all they don't want questioning they oppose the very concept. If you want me to buy into that you're gonna have to go listen to somebody else. Go on is to somebody else. Who's going to buy into that on? My name is Tony cats. I'm not buying into it. And I know many of you are not either we know the difference. There are people who are indeed abused out there. And those people should be able to speak up in those people should be able to have their voices heard. Don't be surprised when someone mounts a defense don't tell them. They're not allowed to defend. And when somebody makes an allegation says there are four people who witnessed it and all four say, Nope. That didn't happen. Well. Don't don't get mad at me. We will be getting into the subject of cabinet and also the this cross country guy who got hit a freshman Hamilton southeastern he's running cross country. Practice got hit by a car. I was happening along oleo road. Please. Not from what I know providing any more information on the subject crazy. I see those guys, you know, out all the time. And I'm like that can't be a fun sport. It cannot be fun as we get more information. We will have it. We will give it to you. You can get more get the basics should say at WABC dot com, and I will be getting into it with a map bear just after the bottom of the hour. The Indiana supreme court says Indiana has no say over the regulation of railroads in the state, and that these train companies can just do whatever they want to hoosiers. We will get in to that and homelessness as well. Because there was a conversation about the proposal from McQuillan the Republican.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on First Mondays
"We just zipper this up and be like, look, they all apply. Okay. It doesn't make any except for grand jury except for grand jury. Yeah, exactly. That's the one that everyone loves to hate. Yes. So that's, that's the question. And this is a really interesting case because this is a civil forfeiture case, right? And so the facts of this case, they're kind of shocking. You've got this guy living in Indiana, and that's shocking itself already. I'm surprised myself at wake up every morning. I go up. So you've got this guy in Indiana, and he gets some money basically comes into some money for, I think life insurance. Or something like that. He gets, he gets the money and he's like seventy thousand more than half of it on this on o'clock. Super nice car. Basically truck like a really expensive SUV and he uses that SUV sometimes to drive to like the next city over to purchase heroin and you know, sort of other opioids, right? Because he's got a substance abuse problem. And so he's venture convicted of possession of some of this stuff and in purchasing it and the government initiates a civil forfeiture action to seize the the car because the instrumentality, by which he was he was doing the crime, which is kind of like, I feel you hear these stories, these civil forfeiture stories, and that was kind of shocked people, but it's not really what the case about, but it's such a Gotcha just go. You happen to use the car. Right, exactly. That's like saying like, well, I happen to have, you know, taken the drugs into my house, sees the house. Government takes the positions like that in some cases, they, yeah, they absolutely do. And so the mechanism for sort of attacking this is the. Passive clause because I guess the court has said that forfeiture is a sort of a form of an excessive fine for federal purposes. I think that that's that's party settled. So he wants to make that argument in this case. But the Indiana supreme court says will the supreme court has never actually held. The excessive find clause applies to states, and we're not going to say that it does. So this literally argument cannot even get off the ground because it would be perfectly fine for us to impose an excessive on you as the state of Indiana. And so then he gets up to the spring cord going to find out whether that's right, what animates the decision. What's the basis for for for magic that that this is that this is excluded from Inc. I don't really know to tell you the truth. I mean the the, the Brevet self mostly focuses on the due process clause because you know, under modern doctrine, we think of the corporation of these things as a form of substantive due process. It's probably the least controversial instance of substantive due process. Even Justice Scalia said that he would go along with it in those cases, but that doesn't provide. I mean, sort of detest for this is one of these weird little obscure things you sort of learn when you're doing one l. con law or to Akon law, for example. But like because it's just this list of stuff that might get incorporated and almost all of its been incorporated never really comes up that much. Last time we had one was probably McDonald, right? Like an amendment case? Yeah. And their there was an argument that the court should have incorporated through the privileges or immunities clause and only Justice. Thomas was persuaded by that even though there is, you know, there is reasonably good historical arguments for why that actually is is a more logical route for incorporation doctrine. Yeah, most of the justices just said, look, you know, the ship has sailed. We're gonna stay with you process. So in keeping with that, the defendant here, you know, does continue to argue that issue has about three pages at the back end of the brief, but mostly focuses on due process. Yeah. And I remember the, it's kind of an interesting story. People who aren't familiar with it in in McDonald questions, whether the second to basically whether the second man in Heller was going to be applied against the states because Heller itself was against DC, which is federal law and the brief, the principal brief by by Alan Gura. Yeah, exclusively focus on the privileges REM Unity's clause almost almost..
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Left with their before the break Trillion very very interesting, questions I'm. Going to look into very very, hard I'm. Gonna look into this very very closely Because it. Turns out we have a decision, from the. Indiana supreme court says the state, fair commission The. Legal entity and I'm saying state fair commission you know what I just looking into this about midnight one o'clock last night when my friend and I were going back and forth on Email So I need to look at the particular. Legal entities that we're talking about here but the the legal entity that runs the fair With that The sprinkler of Indiana who said they're not a state agency They're not. An agency of the state of Indiana there are municipal corporation There are municipal corporation and you look we. Throw this out there If you're Part of the attorney general's office in state. Of Indiana Or your lawyer general counsel I personally don't know whether the state fair commission has. A general counsel has a lawyer right there on staff I assume they do or the lawyers. That report that let me, ask you to, do this, I, request not. A demand not a threat. Just request friendly respectful request. Take a look at this take a look at weather The legal entity I'm gonna stay. State fair commission that's not the right term than I I stand corrected no thankfully except a. Correction for me when he, wants to correct, me but, that's, like the. Right name and said so. Be it but whatever legal Entity body board, commission the runs, the state fair If the supreme, court already ruled that you're not a state agency the you are in fact a municipal corporation in Indiana firearms preemption act says that municipalities corporate entities of the local, level cannot regulate firearms and your subject to liability including three times attorney's fees liquidated damages plus attorney's fees. For anyone who sees you How many thousands of people come through the state fair they're all potential plaintiffs Please take a look at the guarantee. I will take this I would guess I filed more lawsuits is an, attorney under the preemption act that any. Other lawyer in Indiana I. Don't do that Pat myself on. The back I just do it to say that I take. This law seriously it's a very important one too many local governments don't give our second amendment rights nearly enough Respect By the, way let's say that the just, hypothetically let's say that the state fair board or, commission whatever it is Is in fact subject to, the preemption statute I got something for you one of the exceptions to liability under the preemption statute says that if a political subdivision wants to It can set up metal detectors of the entrance, to the its local government property and it can scream anyone who comes in and including their property. Can have purses briefcases bags. Whatever send it through a metal detector and you can have law enforcement man that entranceway and screen Entrance into that municipal property However anyone with a handgun and they properly issued and valid Indiana licensed to carry handgun gets to walk right on through with their fire I ask you And the more I, look at this the more I. Thought about this this is all a new issue for me since my very good friend racist with me recently as in a, few hours ago But how bad would that be In other words we had these new walk, through or stand up metal detectors, and I haven't been out there But we have these new metal detectors, where people have to walk through Okay state fair that's what you want to have And look I. Get, because there have been a couple of incidents. Usually I think it's a Friday or Saturday night they have you pay one one price you to all the the rights for a. Certain set prices is the way I remember it they've had some situations where a bunch of teenagers out there and they've had some guns and knives come out in the middle of. A, dispute among. Or between big groups of teenagers Well they don't want guns in there In that situation I'm good with that There. Are people that are Want to assume that fear a teenager in your, down there in that situation you're. A member. Of a gang I don't I don't want to, assume that for a minute but do we want gang members or do? We want other who'd limbs People who cannot waffly, possess gun do we want him. Taking guns. In the state fair no absolutely not of course, we don't I'm on board with that I'm not going to contest that Well, I. Have. A problem with is. Members of the public who. Have a licensed to carry handgun Who can legally carry a gun who've been told by the? State, of Indiana that they are licensed to carry a gun wherever they can lawfully carry that gone Them being prohibited from carrying there and it's not just what authorities like this don't seem to get If I. Can't take my gun including in my car and there is a provision. In, this regulation downstate fair you can leave a gun in your car or walked out of sight okay great, stuff gets out of cars on thirty eighth street in fall creek But separately if I can't carry a gun when, I'm going to and coming back including in, the fear. Itself you've deprive me and my ability to defend myself from my family. For, the whole trip there the whole trip back and and while I'm there And if the state, of Indiana this should meal licenses says I'm a proper person to carry my handgun what interests. Is a state fair board commission whatever it is What what interests, do they haven't telling me I can't so. The Indiana state police a, guy you can, carry your firearm And the, state fair commission says no you can't That, McKinney, damn sense Of course it doesn't So do we want gangs or who'd ones are punks Ne'er do wells everyone to call him We will want them. Carrying. Deadly weapons in the state fair no. But the law specifically provides for. That it provides for that right now Put. Up your middle detectors evidently you put. Down their screen possessions and people But if I have my license carry handwriting Though I. Shall pass that's what the preemption statute says Veloce And there's more to be looked. At there's more to be. Examined there's more to be dissected there's more to be analyze But if in fact. The supreme court's determination the state fair commission is a Corporate Or municipal, corporation I believe is the terminology and not a state, agency And that, translates to them being subject to the Indiana firearms, preemption acts to the they are actually violating the law By, preventing firearms into the state fair Possessed by those people who legally or carrying those guns with the permission and authorisation from the Indiana state. Police And everyone Who that rule is enforced against as, a plaintiff Among the. Thousands of, people who go to the state fair and similarly thousands of people Who have a licensed to carry being prevented from defending themselves, in their families that's. Something to talk about. That is something to. Talk about right now we're taking a break we'll be right back, we're to change topics we'll talk about a series. Of events across the state of Indiana including in the county, where I work Hamilton county these are banquets put on by the friends of the NRA and this is a big deal to an, important event and talk to you will get into some specific. Description of some upcoming events including the Hamilton. County friends of the NRA banquet coming up that's what we'll get into after the break. This is on the gun guy show on ninety three. WIBC welcome.
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"New Orleans police are searching, for two men. Who they say opened fire on a crowd of people last night three people were killed seven others hurt a lot of people we know saw, what happened, hurt what. Happened and we need more than anything for people to. Come forward to help the NYPD right now solve this case by helping us find more evidence police superintendent Michael Harrison the shooting happened. About, three miles from the French, quarter the suspects fled on foot. Two suspects are, being, sought, in Los Angeles after a drive by, shooting last night outside a liquor store police say, two, people are dead half a. Dozen others hurt witnesses Say they heard about fifteen shots as the opioid epidemic claims more lives, every day one St., in the, mid west is confronting the crisis judges attorneys law enforcement officers and medical professionals gathered in Indianapolis last week for a. Statewide opioid summit it was sponsored, by the Indiana. Supreme court and included sessions on helping families affected, by the crisis and the legal implications. Of addiction. According to the National, Institute, on drug abuse Indiana had the eleventh highest opioid prescription rate, in the country. In two thousand sixteen we had a Bill failed this last year than that really instituted a statewide take back system and the legislature just wasn't, ready for, it that's. State Senator Jim Merritt who says some pharmacies have started. A similar program the Rx abuse leadership initiative Tanya j powers Fox News after eight months behind bars in Israel a Palestinian teenager says. She, has plans to study law to defend her people and the The Palestinian cause a head to Mimi returned to, the West Bank, this morning, and was welcomed, by banners flags and cheers the seventeen year old, landed in prison after slapping and kicking.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on KOIL
"Out fracking has denied reports that he is automatically resigning this coming day although i gather that his latest the tweets indicate that he's talking over his circumstance with his family with the more women coming out it's interesting why you would call a news conference if it wasn't for something of that nature we will find out the courts in the ah the hours that come here some of the items in the news at pass our way that are too perhaps in the the headlines every day sometimes you just can't make these up the indiana supreme court says that under current indiana law it illegal to show a sexually explicit picture to a 17yearold but perfectly legal to have sex with a 16yearold that that bears repeating for those who are say wired he didn't say that did he did the indiana supreme court says that under current indiana state law it is illegal to show a sexually explicit picture sure to a seventeen year old but perfectly legal under indy added state law to have sex with a sixteen year old as i said you can't make these up here's a victory for the first amendment the georgia's supreme court says a in order overturning the ah disorderly conduct conviction of david freeman for standing up in the twelve stories church of flowery branch georgia and flipping the pastor the bird how 'bout that the georgia supreme court says that uh the first amendment gave him the right to do that well a glad low the first members live in well i'm not sure that i would necessarily considered that a a major victory for uh propriety but the interesting brigham young university in provo utah going wild and crazy first came the okay for caffeinated drinks on campus now there is a big decision drive to allow male students to grow beards still on the b why you know liz boos and premarital sex but hey they're beginning to get wild and crazy at byu you think that every ah cologne or of perfume makes you smell like a house of ill repute well think again.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The four circuit that now the supreme court is being asked to take including by the state of indiana in addition mr robinson himself and three or four other states what ruin is indiana looking for because by the way in the pinner case it was the state of indiana through the attorney general's office there was arguing for why the search of mr pinior her was legal including making the argument in front of the indiana supreme court and argument that was rejected but the state of indiana in that case through the attorney general's office made the argument well an officer is should be and is legally entitled to make sure that someone's possession of a gun is lawful during a terry stop if there's a reporter that person having a gun that's exactly what four circuit completely consistent with what indiana they lost but the argument they made in our pinner case here in the supreme court so we'll past the hour to take a break and we've got a couple of people on hold up going to get to the phones here after this break but again i will answer the question what does issues a statement he antic and because the state of in diana in our pinner case made exactly the same arguments that state of west virginia made and that the fourth circuit bought and that mr robinson is now asking the supreme court to take so why are we in this case as the statement here we'll be discussing that got a couple of people wanna we'll get to the phones after this break as i mentioned give us a call three one seven two three 993 ninety three as three one seven two three 993 93 skyrocketed mccain guy show on ninety three wibc fleet traffic's affair that there is up a trays their on the railroad tracks he can of tornado rounded on the wanted way i'm not going to tell you what to do to get for the senior had i think that could be dangerous to their we had a single on the north saying that they're working hard there and fill your cinco holdings at after the break of the this south side just a fourth harry unless what a free car wash citing three wibc the odds of a young girl being discovered by industry and sadiola singing to a cell thumping gas wine and.
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"You are our fairness kony ealy and on march last year and we're burke driver informed did i was actually on a federal vehicle from our another or federal government figures i didn't appropriate ccri there are sending out money grants and things like that and if you will the federal vehicle required committed a crime arm i can get charge that's fine i'm leaving the police reacted way they do to an opening carrying on diverse that's an interesting cops fiber of the grounds too because that are ranked uconn hold on i got a joke i said i guess those cops never read the constitution the part where it says shall not be infringed all right laugh track go ahead well i wondering siemerink well i get to work together yeah is an interesting theory but it's still to me shouldn't hold legal water needs to come in front of the indiana supreme court and somebody needs to get video a police officers should contact an attorney about this and then have the attorney agree to take the case so if he gets arrested go down there have yourself another person sean is a good idea thanks for the call tonight appreciated have yourself and another person because it's always best to have another person there to witness whatever goes down more than one person if you can't but you and your cameraman you go down and you know you you try to recreate this situation you you hang out the the bus stop waiting for a bus open carrying see if somebody messes with you get them on video threatening you over the open kerry yet the get it when the police arrive as well and then you know let let things play out and carry a coal 357 python because you've got style let's continue here the toll for number's eight 55 453 like freedom lance talk to jason in washington state listening to kitc hello jason hey how you doing i would go hey you know where i live baby legalized part they've got here ars there is a brewery for everyone in town little island eight breweries ideas people are going to be real compliant if you legalize part and you got massive alcohol everywhere marine everybody wants to sit around and watch rafael vera garden watch cars we have a if you.
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"To do that got it both ways for it so let's go to your calls and your thoughts we got john jonathan he's in indianapolis listening to wibc hello john hey how's it going hey what's on your mind tonight go ahead well i would urge the third mire fair and open carry right the price for my cup under pretty amenable a billion carrying opener otherwise luke maye may treat you differently if you're a black man i'm just gonna say yeah early fair only fair but were in the code by name a public into corporation oh and this is the bus yeah he said to believe that they were taking public money well there's a lot of things like the arter with people like the red wine it's not that they're giving money to go joint venture third it but erbakan from the city ernie els nets public bars i'm concerned him it says here on their website that they are indianapolis public transportation corporation suggest because the government created themselves a corporation to do their transporting business the cia calls themselves the company no i know but the point is if you if you're if you're the way that they're bio the company they're they're not a public empathy they are a regular corporation governments are corporations to sounds like a dance step around rights as what that sounds like no because not public entity not over property an empty whose sole job is to provide public transportation and receives that mandate from the government is that correct i know that public i didn't ask you if that was the public of the definition of public i asked you if that was the definition of the indy goco company is it a highest traded solely to run public transportation for indiana for the region heaviest started i don't have that if okay uh whether we're mandated by the i don't i don't think so but i have to admit i don't know but the owner not a public in public the court very thrown in the inner they have the right of what you can and cannot bring i suspect they don't and that should be run by the india indiana supreme court that an organized burn if the public affect on a.
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"That got it both ways for you so let's go to your calls and your thoughts we got jonathan he's in indianapolis listening to wibc hello john hey how's it going hey what's on your mind tonight go ahead well for the third firm maya fair an open carry right the price for my very cops grander pretty miracle oh israeli and carrying opener otherwise luke maye may treat you differently if you're black men i'm just gonna go out and say that yeah early fair indie the mm now a public into the corporation oh and this is the bus system oh yeah he said to believe that they were taking public money well away the earth like the art or with people mm like the red wine it's not that they're giving money to go if joint venture investment from emeco a fair fun from the city for a new well that's public as far as i'm concerned i mean it says here on their websites that they are indianapolis public transportation corporation said just because the government created themselves alves a corporation to do their you know transporting business the cia calls themselves the company no i know but the point is if you if you look at if you look at the way that they're wild as the company they're not a public entity they are a regular corporation governments are corporations to sounds like a dance step around rights as what that sounds like now because if not it's not public entity if not public property it's an intimate whose sole job is to provide public transportation and receives that mandate from the government is that correct i know that public i didn't ask you if that was the public at the definition of public i asked you if that was the definition of the indy go company is it a is paraded solely to run public transportation for indiana or or rain dude healthiest started i don't have that in okay whether we're mandated by the way i don't i don't think so but i have to admit i don't know what the foreigners it is not a public in public the corporation thrown in the inner they have the right what you can and cannot bring i suspect they don't and that should be run by the india indiana supreme court that and organized bearing the public affect on a lot of our gun for and the.
"indiana supreme court" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"The indiana supreme court has found similar we're gonna see how this shakes down in indiana but on its surface this is a this is fascinating i i can't wait to see more about this let me go to my next guest my only guess steven catastrophe who's going to stay with us for the full hour today steven i don't mean to put on the spot we have a lot to talk with you about the book did you happen to hear anything about this case in indiana yeah yeah heard pretty much what you just explained with no promote her all right or quicko right simply a huge win yeah no i mean certainly who in line with the basic principle know in a court amendment who protect you from you know who will hurt you on the upper help some reason the point correctly a reasonable question that you've committed crime whoa mm after school which would be great i think i think this is in its infancy steve and i think we're gonna see a lot about this coming up over the course of days and weeks as this thing begins to sink in now it's been reported a picked it up from a site you are aware of it and this is not something you and i talked about earlier today when we were discussing you coming on the program today so the fact that you're aware of it of course you're tuned in unplugged into the stuff as well but this is a this is a case that i think is going to be used by other states across the country to make this argument as i said we have legislative protection against that in the state of georgia you can't just stop somebody in the state and you know the as i was using the silly example getting the garbanzo beans at the piggly wiggly for crying out loud if you're not to fox all you're doing shopping it's against the law in the state of georgia for an officer to detained you and ask you questions about your firearm when you are not violating the law that just i think that's what you just said that seems to be constitutional common sense doesn't it your you're goes colder bomb.