5 Burst results for "Jason Allo"
"jason allo" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome to handle on the law. Yes. I am Tim Europe. Sorry about that. No, no problem. I've got a former tenant. It looks like I have to sue to get my back rent, and I complied with, you know, sending her the the accounting for the security deposit within thirty days. But I sent it by text and the property is out of state and the requirements for that particular state. They lost states that it should be mailed. Wait a minute. No, no, hold on a minute. You're you're properties in California. Correct. No. It's a rental property out of state. Oh, okay. And the law there specifically said it has to be mailed and not by text by first class mail. Didn't even say first class. It has to be mailed. Right. So within thirty days. Okay. So Tim, what's your question? Well, I she was a friend. So we were in touch, and I didn't mail it to her. I texted it to right within thirty days. Yeah. What's your question? And I want to know if texting it is going to be you know, is that gonna me up instead of mailing it to her jam you up. It's going to eliminate your case. Really sure it says if you have to notify her by mail, that's pretty much mail unless there is a court case in which the court has determined and by the way, the appellate court, which I'm sure is not the case has determined that texting is equivalent to mailing, but I'm willing to bet. No. So Tim you didn't comply with the law, and effectively you did not send the accounting within thirty days. So you're kind of screwed how much does she? Oh you. About fourteen hundred dollars. Yeah. There's your lesson a good one, but you have to. I mean, it's here's the problem when there is specificity in the law, then there is specificity in the law. Now, you can and there are laws as far as informing people by text by mail by Email, and that's it is written that way where you can use any form of communication that is accepted, for example. But what it says by mail and there's nothing else. Pretty much by mail. Yeah. And you can't even have a female delivery. I was stupid. All right Jason allo Jason. Yes, sir. Got bill. Yes. Go ahead. Jason. Yes. I have a disgruntled extent that is unhappy with the return of her security deposit. Okay. And she's trying to make this rather than a small claims issue. A civil civil action small-claims this civil so is she has she already filed a lawsuit and superior court not at all, right? So so what does that mean that she's trying to make it a civil action? She can do whatever she wants. Okay. Well, I got a letter from her attorneys. Yeah. About all kinds of threats basically, saying give us ten thousand dollars. Oh, that's crazy. I mean, that's just crazy. And why based on what exactly well the first thing that basically the troop we're talking about. We would not let her moving in her husband, which is a bunch of lies. Right. So that's a bunch of lies you tell the terrain. That's not true. All right. That's simply not true. What else he they want the ten thousand dollars for? Oh, just they're trying to say the conditions pre existent came home, and that's not true. And they can't prove it. Correct. Exactly. Right. Then just tell the attorney. We'll see you in court. Exactly. So I'll just say we'll see. We'll see you in court. That's all you're done. Okay. Yeah. We did hiring attorney. But my question to this Bill is how much time is there in between in order to for them to cash. A check. I understand what you're talking about. What do you mean? They have a check. Yeah. Yeah. We sent a check with itemize things that can take. It's well, if they've accepted the check, and it's interesting because I'm sure the check didn't say that I accept into this check, I waive all liability. So they can wait forever. If they want if they're gonna sue you. They shouldn't cash the check if they're gonna sue you. Okay. I understand. So just listen. We'll see you in court. You have no proof. I have all the proof in the world. Go ahead. Exactly way. Is there a d did you have a lease? Yes. Okay. The lease talks about prevailing attorney's fees at if you win which it looks like based on what you tell me that not only is she going to pay her attorney's fees, but you get your attorney's fees. Correct. We did hire an attorney to. Okay, then you've done everything. So what's your question? Well, that was my question. How long would this guy can take a year? It can take two years. It doesn't matter. Just don't worry about it. This point if they have no case, they have no case. Okay. Very good. All right. Go ahead nothing. But tenor dishes for sure. When you go to any store, you notice the cameras that are all over the place. Obviously there videoing you the.
"jason allo" Discussed on Perspective
"You can listen every Wednesday for new guests and new perspectives. Some of these people, you know, celebrities, athletes executives, some of them are more obscure people that I'm obsessed with that. I think you might be obsessed with once you give them a listen, and you can hear about how they're using meditation top their game in all these interesting areas of life. Again, the podcast is called ten percent happier. You can find it on apple podcasts or wherever you're listening right now and subscribe today. Welcome back to perspective. I'm Sherry. Preston. When our son was convicted of murder, mother went undercover investigating one of the jurors and capturing secret recordings ABC's juju Chang dives deeper into the movie like sting an amateur detective Doreen Quinn Giuliano has become far too familiar with ranker's island. One of the country's most dangerous and notorious jails, her son, John juca has been behind bars since two thousand five convicted of murdering a college sophomore. It was Columbus Day weekend, two thousand three nineteen year old college student, Mark Fisher heads to the Big Apple to explore the city's hopping bar scene. He meets up with a group of guys that night, including Tommy Soleil, along with them that night, his man from high school, John juca after some in the group failed to score drinks with their fake ID's. Then twenty year old juca invites everyone back to his house in Brooklyn where Mark Fisher has no idea what he's. About to get himself into. I was in Florida on a weekend vacation with my husband and John decided to throw up an impromptu party. There was a few kids that got stranded in Manhattan. It had no place to go. And yet that impromptu party turned into perhaps one of the biggest mistakes of his life. Oh, yeah. Yeah, absolutely. Says, one of those mistakes, her son's decision to invite neighborhood, bad apple, Antonio Russo known for his long dreadlocks, a pension for picking fights and dealing marijuana. Some say Mark Fisher gone on Jesus bad side mooching on the beer. And we'd in those early morning hours, Fisher stumbles out the door and never returns. He's found dead two blocks away on Argyle road, the strapping, six foot three, two hundred and five pound former football player from New Jersey is found shot five times in the back laying on a blanket from Toucas home. John juke is put on trial for the murder of Mark Fisher along with pot pusher Antonio Russo who cut off his dreadlocks. The same day fishers found dead juca also becomes a suspect because the party was at his house, but the investigation stalls out for days weeks and then months, that's when aggressive prosecutor Anisi good Nikolas gets assigned to the case John juca and Tonio. Russo r. charged with murder at trial. Nikolas star witness, a jailhouse snitch named John veto who would approach prosecutors with the story to tell a veto testifies that his prison may told him. He pistol whipped Mark Fisher, and then his bunny Antonio Russo shot him dead. Both are found guilty of murder sentenced to twenty five years to life outraged by her sons guilty verdict. John Jacobs, mother Doreen Quinn Giuliano decides to take action immediately focusing on the jurors who so quickly convicted her son. What made you decide to go undercover when a mutual friend of John's who was in the audience recognized? One of the jurors, the guy with the bolt ahead Doreen believes that if that ball juror knew anyone involved in the trial, especially the witnesses, it should have disqualified him as a juror, Jason allo a thirty one year old, Brooklyn. I construction worker still living at home with Mon for months, Doreen stakes. Out the targets every move on this corner and Benson Hurst considered the little Italy of Brooklyn, armed with the brand new life and a sexy cover. She's ready for her. Next brash move a romantic dinner for two with Germany. Berate. They drink wine, eat takeout and listen to the Rolling Stones. How much of your conversations were recorded. It turns out in addition to her push up bra, daisy dukes Doreen was wearing something else. A wire slowly Doreen builds Aloes, trust, turning their conversations towards her son. John's burder trial. Jews, he believed that John was Jewish. It's hardly enough to win a retrial, but then Doreen says, aloe drops a bombshell..
"jason allo" Discussed on 20/20
"Trial. Know what I'm. Hey, Jews. He believed that John was Jewish. It's hardly enough to win retrial. But then Doreen says, aloe drops a bombshell. Nigerian. Have been in Georgia. Your. For Doreen. It's a Gotcha moment. She says, if what aloe is saying is true, he should never have been on the jury because he knew some of her sons friends. I know. About. So when aloe started confessing that maybe he didn't belong on this jury and and he had known some of the kids. What was your reaction as you're tape recording this? I was disgusted with him because he was set it proudly, and he's bragging how he put this kid away. What did you want to do? I wanted to punch him in his face Doreen thinks she's finally got the goods on juror eight and believes it can win her son's freedom, but it's so doing which may have lost something. What did the undercover sting? Do your marriage destroyed that you were quoted as saying, you know, get another husband. I can't get another son. Colored. The undercover mother after eleven agonizing months of surveilling and seducing juror eight, Jason allo Doreen Quinn Giuliano thinks she's sitting on gold and admission. She says, Allah made on a secret recording that he should never have been on the jury that convicted her son. And you uphold a witness it. If you know or -ffiliated with these people in any way, you have to let them know. Omitting to you that he'd lied, which is contempt of court, and perjury and unbelievable story of a mother trying to get her son out of jail. She goes undercover a double life October two thousand eight news undercover exploits become public, and the press is in a frenzy. This has to be put down on the record ABC news scores and interview with that juror Jason allo for Nightline with his attorney by his side. Sometimes even in his lap aloe denies to Martin Bashir the things Doreen claims she caught on tape. Jews. Do you ever recall saying anything like I hate, you know, he would never say Jason. I'm not a prejudiced person is sort of thing that you imagine you might have said, what is what does that have to do with just the interview question, but it doesn't make sense it will. It does because I'm coming to a point. I got don't answer. There's no reason Tennessee. Coatings eat. You say, you hate Jews, that's, that's. That's your interpretation of the tape recordings. And what about that recording? Where aloe seems to admit, he never should have been on the jury at all. Can you ever remember saying I shouldn't have been in that jury. He doesn't remember saying to you chase an ever. I don't. Did you commit perjury? Absolutely not. Were you lying to the judge when he asked you if you knew anything about ridiculous? This is the most ridiculous questions I've ever heard. He's questions are nothing but tidbits. This is a bunch of malarkey that wanted to get your reaction to this interview that we did when you see his face, what's your reaction. Discuss. He denied a lot of the stuff that you got him on tape saying, right, I have the proof. So now all's we gotta do is right emotion and submit it to the judge. And they did just that filing a motion in two thousand eight to bake Kate, her son's conviction on the grounds of juror misconduct. But after all those months, that wind, the wire, the wooing Doreen hopes are dashed the judge Schuster motion down in flames, casting doubt on the reliability of the recordings and saying, there was no evidence that allo intentionally lied. He even slams Doreen personally denouncing her for reckless and vigilante behavior. He said that you were guilty of extraordinary misconduct. Did you go too far? Maybe it was misguided, but definitely not too far because any mother would do it. You are painted as somebody who would stop at nothing to subvert the criminal Justice system slow as I follow the law. Oh, I don't see anything wrong within. So instead of giving up despite the resounding legal defeat in two thousand twelve Doreen decides to double down. So I decided to investigate each and every person who wrongfully testified against my son. And I started off with Jeff house informant. That's right. Juke is one time prison mate turned informant. Jonah veto the prosecution's Dr. witness. Remember in damning testimony. He claimed that Juku admitted to him that he pistol whipped Mark Fisher that night before his friend finished him off. This veto was basically putting the target right on John Lucas Doreen now sets her sights squarely on a veto to try to uncover why she believes he lied on the stand. This time, she turns to a professional seasoned private investigator. Jay Sal. Peter are contacted. And I asked to Maitland him. He was a little apprehensive and an investigator like move forward on getting to trust you. I like to start with more sugar than spice, retired NYPD detective coaxes a veto into meeting him in his white SUV in this Benson, Hurst neighborhood all the while. His trusty tape recorder is rolling. Just in case the ex-con has something he wants to get off his chest. Repeats
"jason allo" Discussed on Nightline
"You know what I'm prices. Paid us. He believed that John was Jewish. It's hardly enough to win a retrial, but then Doreen says, aloe drops a bombshell. It's been eleven long months for Doreen Giuliano desperately working to free. Her son from what she says is a wrongful murder conviction. She's playing private investigator undergoing a total transformation to a member of the jury, Jason allo. Now, after secretly recording him over dinner and drinks, the undercover mother finally gets what she thinks. She means. She says, if what aloe is saying is true, he should never have been on that jury because he knew some of her sons friends, his bragging, how he put this kid away. And unbelievable story of a mother trying to get her son out of jail, October two thousand eight news of Duran's exploits hit the media. This has to be put down on the record Nightline scores, an interview with aloe and his lawyer who denied the things Doreen claims. She caught on tape. Do you ever recall saying anything like I hate you? He would never say, can you tell me chasing? I'm not a prejudiced person. Can you ever remember saying I shouldn't have been in that jury. He doesn't remember saying more. Do you Jason ever? I don't. Did you commit perjury? Absolutely not. Were you lying to the judge when he asked you if you knew anything about this is ridiculous. This is the most ridiculous questions I've ever heard. He's questions are nothing but tidbits. This is a bunch of malarkey. I have the proof so now all's we gotta do is right emotion and submit it to the judge. But the judge denies their motion to vacate the conviction casting doubt on the reliability of her recordings. And saying, there was no evidence that allo intentionally lied even denounced arena for reckless and vigilante behavior. Is there any way that you're blinded by your mother's love and you're not seeing something about what happened that night? Look, it's the facts that drive me not a feeling or a hunch. It's the facts. Undeterred Doreen doubles down hiring a professional PI today into the prosecution's Dr. witness, John veto who testified that Djukic confessed to him while they were both in jail. But now a veto tells the PI he fabricated that whole story. I just want to. Not only recant in a sworn affidavit. He says, he lied to the prosecutors in exchange for what he says was a deal to keep him out of jail. Nicolosi dealings with John veto, reflect the worst in how a prosecutor can violate the rules in the years since the juca case that prosecutor has become the host of to crime shows on investigation discovery. One of them called true conviction. Let me take you inside the fight for Justice. Shit comes out and she says, you know, I've never lost a case. You know why? Because she's a cheater cheater during says, because she didn't disclose that apparent deal with the prison snitch who helped convict her son, Judas team files a new motion. And now prosecutor Nikolai Z takes the stand forcibly defending her own conviction saying she made no promises to Vida. Lie during the truck. Pointing to something specific or overall about anything and don't believe. So that's when it's the prison informants turned to testify again. But this time he apologizes to juca for lying. The judge. Shockingly upholds chickens, conviction, concluding that there was no deal with Vito Jamaica's team files an appeal. Finally, this been Maury Doreen gets the news. She so desperately hoping for a panel of four pellet, judges overturned his conviction finding that Nikolas E had helped a veto and should have told the defense way. One way one. I thought it was a miracle. How long is this person driven? Dear thirteen years? So you never took it down? No, he was on his way home to decorate the tree and he never made it home. And so you've kept the subs guests waiting waiting after thirteen grueling years Doreen is still waiting for her son to walk through that front door. The Brooklyn DA asking a judge to keep juca behind bars as they appeal the panel's decision and contemplate a retrial. To release. North to rand jail. If four judges all agreed that the trial was flawed, wouldn't it be logical that you send the guy hall? You know how much does guy have to suffer? I'm surprised that prosecutors are moving forward. With this case. I don't see how they're going to be able to prove it. Nikolas E and the current DA declined to speak with ABC news, but juca did. Would he surprise his mother with a phone call from inside Rikers. Did you have anything to do with the murder. I knew. What was your reaction when you found out the length that your mother went to to go undercover to try to get to the truth gone running on on how have. Hello? John. And
"jason allo" Discussed on Nightline
"Antonio Russo who cut off his dreadlocks the same day fishers found dead dreadlocks that he had cultivated for years. So for him to get them shared was very suspect. And then he takes off for California. A couple of days later Duca also becomes a suspect because the party was it. His house, but the investigation stalls out for days weeks and then months, that's when aggressive prosecutor Anisi good Nikolas gets assigned to the case. John juca and Tonio Russo are charged with murder at trial Nikolas E star witness, a jailhouse snitch named John veto who would approach prosecutors with the story to tell where he's the list witness via meets John juke in and according to veto John good elaborates on how he killed. Mark Fisher, a veto testifies that his prison may told him. He pistol whipped Mark Fisher, and then his bunny Antonio Russo shot him dead. This was an extremely dramatic moment at the trial. Nobody saw it coming both are found guilty of murder sentenced to twenty five years to life. What was your reaction to the fact that the jury came back with the verdict into hours. Something was wrong outraged by her sons guilty verdict, John juke, his mother Doreen Quinn Giuliano decides to take action immediately focusing on the jurors who so quickly convicted her son. Craze with the Steria terrified for son's future. It's fair to say what she does. Next few mothers would ever consider what made you decide to go undercover when a mutual friend of John's who was in the audience recognized one of the jurors, the guy with the boldy head Doreen believes that if that ball juror knew anyone involved in the trial, especially the witnesses, it should have disqualified him as a juror. The key point here is less about how much did he know about these people and more? Did he intentionally lie to get on the jury, who was juror number eight, jury was Jason how he knew my son's friends setting her sights on that juror Jason allo a thirty one year old, Brooklyn. I construction worker still living at home with mom. He committed very serious. Sure. Misconduct and I've uncovered it Doreen who at the time had been married seventeen years confides, the details of her audacious plan to her husband to stepfather. He didn't want me to obviously he said, no, no, no. You went to a tanning booth? Yes. I just was trying to knock off some years. These pictures of her radical transformation were taken for Vanity Fair magazine. Shoot. I bought a whole new wardrobe in a little Cup while push up bra high heels that had to practice walk in because I wasn't good at it. The had to try to attract him. You became your own private investigator. I did sitting there for hours. You just can't take your eyes off the price and you call them the target. I did comb the target. Yeah, for months Doreen stakes out the targets every move on this corner and Benson Hurst considered the little Italy, Brooklyn. At one point. She even Doan's a burqa. A Muslim friend hooked me up with this beautiful burqa and said, and you could get up close to anyone you want and is drop. I remember listening to a conversation he was talking about blondes. Like blondes. That's when I decided to go really belong five months into the sting and she's ready to make her move clever on my bike, pest him several times up and down the block, waiting for him to notice me. Then his friend whistled at. And my heart trouble. And I said, hi, and I said, I was from California and was new to the neighbor, and he said, I could give them a call her new persona. Also rents a bachelorette pad. Health. How long were you here a year? Maybe a year. Maybe a year and a half armed with the brand new life and a sexy cover. She's ready for her. Next brash move a romantic dinner for two with Germany. Berate nude have done whatever it took. Yes, even if it meant taking him to bed of course, of course, but it didn't come to that. No, no. We had a friendship. They drink wine eat takeout and listen to the Rolling Stones while Doreen says Allah was rolling something else and you're also smoking weed with him? I was, I am. I going to feel paranoid and my going to, you know, blow my cover. How much of your conversations were recorded. Yup. It turns out in addition to her push-up raw in daisy, dukes Doreen was wearing something else a wire and you've kept it where between my boobs come. Hello? Slowly, Doreen builds Aloes trust, turning their conversations towards her son. John's burder trial and. You