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"karen campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:40 min | 2 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Some of the holdouts are encouraging all eligible Oregonians to get vaccinated. For the chance to win money and education scholarships, including a million dollar lottery for vaccinated Oregonians as a manhunt continues in southern California for a person who shot and killed a six year old in a car seat during a road rage incident. Cars are also being targeted, thereby BB shooters shootings reported on Thursday alone, no shooting resulting in serious injury, But Karen Campbell says her Ford Flex was hit along the 91 Freeway last Tuesday. She says she's making major changes to her daily routine until a suspect This caught. I am definitely, you know, second guessing whether or not we should do extra curricular activities. If we don't need to be driving, then we're not driving. Investigators say they don't know there's just one suspect or copycats involved. This is a top priority for Highway patrol, and they are asking for the public's help, maybe sees a rain Shaw. Egyptian mediators holding talks to firm up a cease fire between Israel and Hamas as Palestinians and the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip start assessing the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment and initial Assessment showing at least 2000 housing units destroyed out of the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which really hasn't even begun. Yet. It's a sub tropical storm forming northeast of Bermuda. Not much of a threat to land you're listening to ABC News. It's all about. If you've got a personal auto insurance question, you could talk to a cab driver, although the policies he recommends might include avoiding the interstate, beating traffic by taking the back roads and on Lee, making left turns when absolutely necessary. Or you could talk to your local Geico agent whose policy is to use their expertise to navigate your insurance, finding.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:58 min | 2 months ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm Dave Packard. It's possible the U. S. Could approach the end of the Corona virus pandemic as we know it in the next month or so that from Dr Anthony Fauci today, telling us it'll happen after at least 70% of adults have had at least one vaccine dose when we do get to that point. The overwhelming proportion of the population vaccinated. You're going to see an even greater declined to the point where the case is on a daily basis or not of any concern, and we could really start getting back to the normality that we all crave. Many still has a tent and that's slowing the vaccination rate. Oregon Governor Kate Brown, hoping this will nudge some of the holdouts are encouraging all eligible Oregonians to get vaccinated. For the chance to win money and education scholarships, including a million dollar lottery for vaccinated Oregonians as a manhunt continues in southern California for a person who shot and killed a six year old in a car seat during a road rage incident. Cars are also being targeted, thereby BB shooters shootings reported on Thursday alone, no shooting resulting in serious injury, But Karen Campbell says her Ford Flex was hit along the 91 Freeway last Tuesday. She says she's making major changes to her daily routine until a suspect This caught. I am definitely, you know, second guessing whether or not we should do extra curricular activities. If we don't need to be driving, then we're not driving. Investigators say they don't know there's just one suspect or copycats involved. This is a top priority for Highway patrol, and they are asking for the public's help, maybe sees a rain Shaw. Egyptian mediators holding talks to firm up A cease fire between Israel and Hamas, as Palestinians in the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip start assessing the damage from 11 days of intense Israeli bombardment and the mission. Assessment showing at least 2000 housing units destroyed out of the first named storm of the 2021 Atlantic hurricane season, which really hasn't even begun. Yet. It's a sub tropical storm forming northeast of Bermuda. Not much of a threat to land you're listening to ABC News. Now, Here's what's happening around the state.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"WLW the home of the Bearcats today it's a showdown for first place in the American as the Bearcats take on twenty fifth ranked Houston here to for teva center coach on behalf of bearcat fans we want to extend our condolences regarding the passing of your father yesterday he wasn't a coach but he raised two coaches were both highly successful what lessons did he teach you that apply to your chosen profession well you know you always made about people he was never about him he always made about others in the video he would always say of the cream rises to the top and if you put in the work in your dedicated you you put in every touch every day the cream rises itself and it's been a very emotional week this is help fell quickly begin the weekend thank goodness for our players and our coaching staff they provided tremendous support this weekend like I get the honor to coach with these guys work with these guys every day so to go from the situation I was in my family to walk on the court in the office with those guys the general supports in real support of Kirby all week and I'm very fortunate unfortunately you are missing one of those players today Jeremiah Davenport did not make the trip what can you share about his status re injured his knee one of you making this trip is kind of a win on Monday will no one know further prognosis after Monday's evaluation the doctor you haven't played since last Sunday and you gave the players a couple of days off early in the week did you notice a difference when the team returned to work I think so I'm used to this guy's banged up you know certain guys still can make it all the way through practice which is concerned but the same time I feel like they're fresher in the minds right and they were they were they were get after it so I did recognize a little bit of a difference but same time using it the same things we gonna come and compete to Karen Campbell injure thirteen files last Sunday including several hard fouls did you find yourself holding your breath every time he hit the deck hard until I mean he's a critic so hard he's so strong and so powerful that you know you know settle for part of the inventors known out of culture and was helpful and you know it's it's his game and it's it's it's what's main grace with twenty one of the elite players and you see history so I've learned to live with it it's entirely first in Houston today will come back and look at the Cougars.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

"After ted is charged with murders and assaults at Florida state. You still always cases not west. Clearly Florida has the best evidence in so the prosecutors got together and said look. We're going to prosecute Ted Bundy from our perspective. I WANNA get bundy off the street forever. The trial got off kind of slowly because Bundy was not cooperating with his attorneys. Ted Bundy wanted to be the one who is in charge. They told me he was gonNA confess. Make it right for the people hurt and then he went on to this show of saying I'm innocent. I'm innocent I'm innocent. I'm just so angry about that. I'm here today because I assert my innocence. The judge allowed Ted Bundy to you. ACT AS CO counsel for a defendant to be a part of the defense team is extraordinarily unusual. He had gone to law school cool. This wasn't so farfetched for him to be in a courtroom lawyer that represents himself has a fool for a client. And I want to caution function you about that but I'm not going to deny that right so it's the ideal stage for Ted Bundy. He thinks he can manipulate and convince cheery through his charm and good looks that he couldn't have possibly committed these crimes every day during the trial and the courtroom was filled some reporters but mostly spectators. A number of them were young. Women who are I think just drawn to the allure of seeing this guy on trial carol. Boone was one of the constant personalities. Karel Boone actually met Monday back in his Washington Lynn state days so she knew him before any of these things happen. She was his advocate. She called him bunny. She was affectionate towards him. He literally sort of pulls her into his web convinces her he's not guilty. Your conclusion is what that he did not commit. The murders in Washington Washington state that he did not abduct Carol that he did not murder or of duct any of the other women in Utah that he did not kill Karen Campbell that he did not commit. The Crimes Mega City or on Dundee Street. Tallahassee was a true believer and she wanted everybody else to have the same conviction that he was not in guilty person. I called Ray crew the afforestation university police department to kind of set the scene of what uh he saw whenever he got to the cow mega house and for some reason. Mr Bundy decided that he wanted to crossing salmon officer. Craig Morrison Awesome. He asked him to describe in detail this horrific crime scene. You describe.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

20/20

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on 20/20

"It's happened. Exactly. Once in my career that was Mr. Bundy he had gone to law school. This wasn't so far fetched for him to be in a courtroom. And so instead of being the guy in the orange jump. Suit who looked like that crazy serial killer suspect, he was the lawyer guy lawyer representing self has a fool for a client. And I want to caution you about that. But I'm not going to deny you that. Right. It's the ideal stage for Ted Bundy p self-assured he thinks he can manipulate and convince a jury through his charm and good looks that he couldn't have possibly committed these crimes. Every day during the trial courtroom was filled some reporters, but mostly spectators, a number of them were young women. Who are I think just drawn to the allure of seeing this guy on trial. Carol Boone was one of the constant personalities. Carol Boone actually met on the back in his Washington state days. So she knew him before any of these things happen. She was his advocate. She called him bunny. She was affected towards him literally sort of pulls her into his web convinces her. He's not guilty. Your conclusion is what that he did not commit the murders in Washington state that he did not abduct Carol ranch that he did not murder or of duct any of the other women in Utah that he did not kill Karen Campbell that he did not commit the crimes kind of mega in Lake City or on Dunwoody street, Tallahassee was a true believer. And she wanted everybody else to have. The same conviction that he was not guilty person. I called the Ray crew the Floresta university police department to kind of set the scene of what he saw whenever he got to the cow mega house up until then Mr. Bundy had led his lawyers cross examined the other witnesses. And for some reason Mr. bunion decided that he wanted to crossing salmon officer crew. Bunnies. Cross examination in my mind was the determining factor in the case. He asked him to describe indie tale this horrific crime scene. Describe what you saw. As much detail. Call. She was live basically faced down. There was considerable amount of love around her head mad at her hair on the walls. And there was a palpable reaction in the courtroom and amongst jury when he did that. What? Docking netted around her neck as I was describing her injuries in the blood his grip on the lectern tightened up. His breathing became shallow, and sped up and his eyes actually got a little bit larger. I had the distinct impression that he was precariously reliving it and enjoy it was so chilling. It was sickening. As the trial went into its final week Bundy claimed he didn't know how he got caught up in the web of crimes the week began with the prosecution introducing evidence to prove that Ted Bundy was the man seen by an eyewitness leaving the scene of the crime. That Ted bundy's hair matched hairs found in a penny. Hose mask that a bite. Mark left on one of the victims could have been made only by Ted Bundy. Evidence was both new and unorthodox and compelling in the trial. Defendant was cool and collected throughout most of the trial minutes before the verdict was returned Bundy told ABC news and a telephone interview that he was prepared for the worst. Verdicts. State of Florida versus. Defendant the door Monday as to council the indictment murder in the first degree of one Margaret Bowman guilty as charged. Ted's ultimately, convicted, basically all the charges. The jury recommends he gets death. The judging gives death was further ordered that on such scheduled that you'd be put today. After the Kyle mega trial ended. And he was convicted in those murders. He was then facing a new trial. The second trial was over the kidnapping and murder Kimberly Leach, which occurred in Lake City, Florida. It was a very compelling circumstantial evidence case, and in my opinion, much stronger than the case in Miami..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Kickass News

"I mean, the the most notorious example of courses caroll-ann Boone a worker of his from earlier days in Washington state during the Miami trial. She came down to support him. They ended up falling in love he proposed marriage to her while during the mitigation phase of his death sentence during the Kimberly Leach trial, which was the second trial after the Cayo mega sorority trial and he proposed marriage because he became aware that you know, a declaration of marriage proposal in an open court in front of court. Officers crew. Created a legal marriage in the state of Florida. And you know, the prosecution dismissed it as charade designed to you know, you elicit sympathy like who's going to you know, how how can you sentence me to death on my marriage? They give me give me life without parole. Instead that was that, you know, how the prosecution and many people perceived it, and yet the public just kind of ate it up and caroll-ann said, yes and still believed in his innocence. And they actually you know had a child together while he was on death row. So it was it was an extraordinary set of circumstances. I was interested to learn that before he even began his killing spree. I think he worked at the Seattle crime commission. Do you think that gave him an insider knowledge of the weak spots in the system that he could explode to his advantage? Oh, absolutely. I mean, the fact that he had that kind of knowledge of you know, how police investigations worked as. Is one of the many ironies and interesting facts. I think Bundy is very much a product of his of of the era. You know, the the seventies was a time before many police investigation techniques had been created for example. There's a common perception that profiling F B I profiling is what captured Bundy, but it's just the opposite. The failure to capture Bundy after his conviction caused a lot of soul-searching at the FBI and led to the creation of their profiling program. And so Bundy was interviewed by the FBI after his conviction as a way to, you know, start creating this profiling program, you see a fictionalized version of it in in the Netflix series mindhunter. But this was you know, the local police. Departments. All of whom I think did as good job as possible. So this is not to criticize either the King County police in Seattle or the Colorado police because in Colorado, for example, Mike Fisher, the detective there was tenacious in trying to solve the murder of Karen Campbell. But police departments didn't routinely share information there were no central databases forensics as exists now was in a far weaker state. There was no DNA evidence. There weren't even fax machines, or you know, police are police departments communicated by teletype. There was no internet. So Bundy, you know, exploited the system and was able to elude capture for for far too long. In fact, to me, one of the most fascinating and horrifying things about the Bundy case, you know, in particular is that you know, he was apprehended three times he was apprehended in Utah..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg long. I'm June Grasso. A gun prosecution case before the supreme court last week has nothing to do with the president the Russians or elections, but it could have ramifications for Paul Manafort and anyone else who might be thinking that a presidential pardon will save them from jail time in the special counsel's investigation. The justices considered an exception to the ban on double jeopardy called the separate sovereigns. Doctrine it allows the person to be tried for the same offence in both federal and state prosecutions. A majority of the justices indicated they were wary of overturning the doctrine, here's Johnston's Elena. Kagan part of what story decisive is as a kind of doctrine of humility where we say we are really uncomfortable throwing over one hundred seventy year old rules. The thirty justices have approved just because we think we kind of do it better. Joining us as Bloomberg new supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr. So Greg tell us about the separate sovereign. Doctrine and the argument of Terence gamble June. The constitution protects people against double jeopardy. You can't be prosecuted twice for the same offence. But the court has made an exception to that doctrine win the prosecution's are by the federal and the state government starting about one hundred and seventy years ago. The court started saying, well, they're actually separate sovereigns, and they both have an interest in protecting their laws. So at least win win. It's not the exact same offense at least from their some some small variation the federal government and the state government can prosecute and individual for the same offense without running afoul of the double jeopardy clause in the supreme court in this case involving a man named Karen Campbell was being asked to overturn that doctrine. They would have to overturn that long. Standing precedent? Did the justices by their questions seemed to indicate that they were willing to they suggested they were not willing to which. A little bit of a surprise given that they agreed to take this case up in the first place and that requires four justices to say, I think there's an important issue here. I'd like to decide, but it was hard to count even up to four in the courtroom. Certainly it was hard to count the five in terms of the justices who might be willing to overturn the separate sovereign doctrine. I can give defendants more power to claim that they're double jeopardy rights have been infringed. It's sort of an unusual collection of justices in this case. There are two are already on the record as saying we have real questions about the separate sovereigns doctrine that is believe it or not Thomas and respect our Ginsburg who. Yeah. The twentieth sixteen opinion, but it didn't seem like they had enough allies to go that direction. Well, let's talk about the Manafort case in particular, or, you know, President Trump issuing a pardon which is federal and state authorities being able to come after someone even if the justices did away with this. There are still cases where state law in different state laws would allow you to go forward with the prosecution. Yes. So in the case of Paul Manafort, for example, he has been convicted of and pleaded guilty to a bunch of different federal counts. And and there's no question. Donald Trump has the power to pardon him from those under federal law. But the state of New York, for example, might well still have an interest in saying he engaged in tax fraud here in the state of New York. And even if the court were to overturn the separate sovereigns doctrine, it may be that New York could still vindicated, right? To protect its tax collection powers because that would be totally different conduct. And therefore wouldn't be implicated by the double jeopardy clause, Greg explained the movement among legal scholars and others to say that the separate sovereigns rule is a problem for people especially for poor people. Yes. It's actually very interesting because the legal arguments here, focus, it's all about originalism. It's all about what the fifth amendment mean at the time of its adoption. And the argument was that at the time the fifth amendment incorporated English law, which said that if you had been convicted in another country, you couldn't be prosecuted for the same thing in England. But nowadays comes up a little more frequently in a case like this one where you have a guy. This guy turns gamble who was convicted or what was charged under both federal and state law. As a possessing a gun is a convicted felon. He struck a plea agreement with state officials limited sentence, and then I tried to get the federal indictment this nest and is told he can't because of the separate sovereigns doctrine. So in a case like that, you have somebody who might be able to argue look I'm getting hit from from multiple sides. What's funny is we're talking about it now as well. We'll someone. You have a state prosecution after a federal prosecution, but in the past we've always talked about it as a federal prosecution concern after state prosecution. Yes. So where this has been used most notably this doctrine in the last several decades has been in the civil rights contact. So in the case of the beating of Rodney King, the police officers there were acquitted by a jury in California under state law, and then the federal government was able to bring federal civil rights charges against him and win a conviction that tends to be the dynamic nowadays that the federal government is sort of there as a backstop. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg law after the government's sentencing memorandum's in the Michael Cohen case is President Trump in danger of being prosecuted after he leaves office. I'm Jim also this is Bloomberg imagine crackling fire. And silent nights trees decorated with sparkling lights..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg long. I'm June Grasso. A gun prosecution case before the supreme court last week has nothing to do with the president the Russians or elections, but it could have ramifications for Paul Manafort and anyone else who might be thinking that a presidential pardon will save them from jail time in a special counsel's investigation. The justices considered an exception to the ban on double jeopardy called the separate sovereigns. Doctrine. It allows the person to be tried for the same offense in both federal and state prosecutions. A majority of the justices indicated they were wary of overturning the doctrine, here's Johnston's Elena. Kagan port of what story decisive is as a kind of doctrine of humility where we say we are really uncomfortable throwing over one hundred seventy year old rules that thirty justices have approved does because we think we kind of do it better. Joining us as Bloomberg new supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr. So Greg tell us about the separate sovereign. Doctrine and the argument of Terence gamble June. The constitution protects people against double jeopardy. You can't be prosecuted twice for the same offense. But the court has made an exception to that doctrine win the prosecution's are by the federal and the state government starting about one hundred and seventy years ago. The court started saying, well, they're actually separate sovereigns, and they both have an interest in protecting their laws. So at least win win if not the exact same offense at least from their some some small variation the federal government and the state government can prosecute and individual for the same offense without running afoul of the double jeopardy clause in the supreme court in this case involving a man named Karen Campbell was being asked to overturn that doctrine. They would have to overturn that long. Standing precedent? Did the justices by their questions seemed to indicate that they were willing to suggest that they were not willing to which was. A little bit of a surprise, given the agreed to take this case up in the first place, and that requires four justices to say, I think there's an important issue here. I'd like to decide, but it was hard to count even up to four in the courtroom. Certainly it was hard to count to five in terms of the justices who might be willing to overturn the separate sovereign doctrine. I can give defendants more power to claim that they're double jeopardy rights had been infringed. It's sort of an unusual collection of justices in this case. There are two are already on the record as saying we have real questions about the separate sovereigns doctrine that is believe it or not parents Thomas and risque Dr Ginsburg who. Yeah. The twenty sixteen opinion, but that didn't seem like they had enough allies to to go that direction. Well, let's talk about the Manafort case in particular, or, you know, President Trump issuing a pardon which is federal and state authorities being able to come after someone even if the justices did away with this. There are still cases where state law in different state laws would allow you to go forward with the prosecution. Yeah. So in the case of Paul Manafort, for example, he has been convicted of and pleaded guilty to a bunch of different federal counts. And and there's no question. Donald Trump has the power to pardon him from those under federal law. But the state of New York, for example, might well still have an interest in thing he engaged in tax fraud here in the state of New York. And even if the court were to overturn the separate sovereigns doctrine, it may be that New York could still vindicated, right? To protect its act election powers because that would be totally different conduct. And therefore wouldn't be implicated by the double jeopardy clause explained the movement among legal scholars and others to say that the separate sovereigns rule is a problem for people especially for poor people. Yes. It's actually very interesting because the legal arguments here, focus, it's all about originalism. It's all about what the the fifth amendment mean at the time of its adoption. And the argument was that at the time that amendment incorporated English law, which said that if you had been convicted in another country, you couldn't be prosecuted for the same thing in England. But nowadays comes up a little more frequently in a case like this one where you have a guy this guy Cairns Campbell who was convicted.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You're listening to Bloomberg long. I'm June Grasso. A gun prosecution case before the supreme court last week has nothing to do with the president the Russians or elections, but it could have ramifications for Paul Manafort and anyone else who might be thinking that a presidential pardon will save them from jail time in the special counsel's investigation. The justices considered an exception to the ban on double jeopardy called the separate sovereigns. Doctrine it allows the person to be tried for the same offence in both federal and state prosecutions. A majority of the Justice is indicated they were wary of overturning the doctrine, here's Johnston's Elena. Kagan court of what story decisive is as a kind of doctrine of humility where we say we are really uncomfortable throwing over one hundred seventy year old rules. The thirty justices have approved just because we think we could kind of do it better. Joining us as Bloomberg new supreme court reporter, Greg Stohr. So Greg tell us about the separate sovereign. Doctrine and the argument of Terence gamble June. The constitution protects people against double jeopardy. You can't be prosecuted twice for the same offence. But the court has made an exception to that doctrine win the prosecution's are by the federal and the state government starting about one hundred and seventy years ago. The court started saying, well, they're actually separate sovereigns, and they both have an interest in protecting their laws. So at least win win is not the exact same offense. At least in there's some some small variation the federal government and the state government can prosecute an individual for the same offense without running the double jeopardy clause in the supreme court in this case involving a man named Karen Campbell was being asked to overturn that doctrine. They would have to overturn that long. Standing precedent? Did the justices by their questions seemed to indicate that they were willing to they suggested they were not willing to which was. A little bit of the prize given that they agreed to take this case up enough in the first place and that requires four justices to say, I think there's an important issue here. I'd like to decide, but it was hard to count even up to four in the courtroom. Certainly it was hard to count the five in terms of the justices who might be willing to overturn the separate sovereign doctrine. I can give defendants more power to claim that they're double jeopardy rights have been infringed. It's sort of an unusual collection of justices in this case. There are two are already on the record as saying we have real questions about the separate sovereigns doctrine that is believe it or not Thomas and risque Dr Ginsburg who. Yeah. Twenty sixteen opinion. But that didn't seem like they had enough allies to go that direction. Well, let's talk about the Manafort case in particular, or, you know, President Trump issuing a pardon which is federal and state authorities being able to come after someone even if the justices did away with this. There are still cases where state law in different state laws would allow you to go forward with the prosecution. Yeah. So in the case of Paul Manafort, for example, he has been convicted of and pleaded guilty to a bunch of different federal count. And and there's no question. Donald Trump has the power to pardon him from those under federal law. But the state of New York, for example, might well still have an interest in saying he engaged in tax fraud here in the state of New York. And even if the court were to overturn the separate sovereign doctrine. It may be that New York could still vindicated rights. To protect its tax collection. Power is because that would be totally different conduct. And therefore wouldn't be implicated by the double jeopardy clause, Greg explained the movement among legal scholars and others to say that the separate sovereigns rule is a problem for people especially for poor people. Yes. It's actually very interesting because the legal argument here, focus, it's all about originalism. It's all about what the the fifth amendment mean at the time of its adoption. And the argument was that at the time that that amendment incorporated English law, which that that if you had been convicted in another country, you couldn't be prosecuted for the same thing in England. But nowadays comes up a little more frequently in a case like this one where you have a guy this guy. Parents gamble who was convicted or charged any both federal and state law. As a possessing a gun is a convicted felon. I struck a plea agreement. With state officials had a limited sentence, and then try to get the federal indictment this nest and is told he can't because of the separate sovereigns doctrine. So in a case like that, you have somebody who might be large. You look I'm getting hit from from multiple sides. What's funny as we're talking about it now as well will someone be able to have a state prosecution after a federal prosecution, but in the past we've always talked about it as a federal prosecution concern after state prosecution. Yes. So where this has been used most notably this doctrine in the last several decades has been in the civil rights context. So in the case of the beating of Rodney King, the police officers there were acquitted by a jury in California under state law, and then the federal government was able to bring federal civil rights charges against them and win a conviction that tends to be the dynamic nowadays that the federal government is sort of there as a backstop. That's Bloomberg news supreme court reporter Greg Stohr coming up on Bloomberg law after the government's sentencing randoms in the Michael Cohen case is President Trump in danger of being prosecuted after he leaves office. I'm Jim also this is Bloomberg.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:32 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Daylong series of conversations hosted by the Washington Post to talk about the opioid crisis surgeon general Jerome atoms in a conversation with Lenny Bernstein health and medicine reporter for the Washington Post a look ahead to next week in congress. Eric Larsen is with us. He's congressional reporter with Bloomberg news now that the president signed the two week extension of government funding not much time left. It's just two weeks. December twenty first before the house and Senate have to figure out how to resolve their differences and avoid a shutdown on the twenty-first. What are the key issues remaining that have to be worked out by far? The biggest one is President Trump's demand for a border wall funding. His demand is now sitting at five billion dollars in for the current fiscal year. Republicans have tried to talk him down to two point five billion this year and two point five next year. Chuck Schumer, the democratic leader has rejected that so all eyes are on Tuesday when Schumer and Nancy Pelosi the House Democratic leader. We'll sit down with President Trump around eleven thirty AM and try to come up with a deal crucial. Lawmakers are hoping to have a deal this week hammered out in principle, and then use the following week to pass it through the house and the Senate in order to meet that Christmas time deadline how much room does each side have to give the democratic leader Nancy Pelosi kind of saying this is a line in the sand. Where do they where do the Democrats stand in terms of flexibility on border wall funding? Yeah, it was a key comment from Nancy Pelosi at the end of the current week when she talked about the need to not have a trade off for Dhaka and the wall. This is the idea of protecting. Undocumented immigrants from deportation. There was a deal on the table in January in which they would be protected and twenty five billion dollars be provided for a wall over Trump backed off of that deal. Once conservative said, you need to make changes to legal immigration, the lack of trust between Democrats and the White House now on such a grand bargain. So that no longer seems to be an option other ways to skin. This cat would be to find ways to apply money for border security for fencing for for levies and other ways of preventing people from crossing the border without making concrete. Well, it's become very much a symbol of at least racism in the eyes of people on the left. Let's talk about another issue will certainly see on the Senator Senate side with Senator is expected to debate next week a Bill dealing with Yemen. A resolution I should say that would and a US support of Saudi forces against Yemen. Fact, Bloomberg dot com a piece of Bloomberg dot com. Reporting about that how that ties into the the murder of journalist Jamal kashogi. With the headline and Bloomberg saying Senator seek path to punish Saudi prince for kashogi killing. It seems like a bit of a standoff between where the White House stands on this issue, and where the majority of senators based on that first procedural vote in the Senate. There's a lot there's a lot of wrangling about this is the War Powers resolution. It only takes fifty one votes to get on the Bill as very likely they will get on the Bill and the coming week. However, there's a lot of concern about having what's called a vote a Rama and unlimited chance to debate. Gotcha amendments that are not germane to the Bill and Senator Bob corker, the head of the foreign relations committee was saying look the house is not going to pass the president's not gonna sign this. Let's come up with something that everyone can agree on that can actually have some teeth to it. So there's a debate about making an amendment that would perhaps advise some sanctions individuals from the Saudi Arabia team through limiting future arm sales. They're trying to find something that actually make it into law. This'll be a very much a question. There's also out there a sense of the Senate resolution, which is something of a cop out. It's just a statement by the Senate. That Mohammed bin Salman. They had the crowd prince of Saudi Arabia is responsible for Jamaica, showcase murder. This would put the Senate on record. But again doesn't really have much teeth on the farm Bill. The conferees for the farm Bill in the house and Senate conferees reported last week that there was agreement on that tell me where things stand on that. And is that likely to be passed before the end of the year? I think it's very likely, and it's even more likely it'll be put on the spending Bill if they run out of time, basically Republicans caved in on their demands make big massive changes the food stamp program to expand work requirements to shift money from beneficiaries into job training with this essentially the backing down the far Bill can proceed there's a lot of worry that when Democrats took over the house. They would try to expand food stamps and do other things that with bogged down a foreign Bill not provide that business assurance to the farm sector. So Republicans just say, let's get it done. Or would there still waiting on Congressional Budget Office scores, and maybe some issues of of deficit impact that need to be adjusted, but there's a lot of ways. To do that in the Bill. I'm really expecting it to pass before the end of the year one more item. And it seems like it's gotten a fair amount of bipartisan support and nowadays the effort on criminal Justice reform, it's generally over in the Senate where does that stand? I think the big question is Mitch McConnell. The Senate majority leader he does not appear to support the legislation, and it's pretty much stood in the way of it moving forward. President Trump is not really used his power here. His bully pulpit different president might be able to browbeat the Senate majority leader into putting this on the floor. There has been some talk of combining the spending Bill, I just don't really see a big policy change social policy change making it onto the spending Bill. So it's looking very dicey. For that Bill at the moment. Read more about all the issues we've talked about Eric Watson at Bloomberg dot com. That's where you can find his articles also on Twitter at E L Watson. Thanks so much. Thank you. Up next on C span radio was or argument before the supreme court case is gamble v. S argued before the court on Thursday, December sixth at issue in this case shepherd Szafrance is it double jeopardy. That's making one crime. And have it be tried by the state and by the federal courts, we should point out that this original case gamble be US began three years ago. We Karen Campbell was pulled over for a faulty headlight Justice. John roberts. We will hear arguments this morning in case seventeen six forty six gamble versus United States Chatan. Thank you, Mr. chief Justice, and may it please the court separate sovereigns exception to the double jeopardy clause is inconsistent with the text in original meaning of the double jeopardy clause. There is no dispute that the text of the clause was understood to incorporate English practice, and there was no practice of inter sovereign successive prosecutions in all of English history. We're in American history for the first century of this Republic after the framing. There's also a mountain of affirmative evidence than in England even a floor and acquittal by a court of competent in current Jewish concurrent jurisdiction bars assists, subsequent prosecution in England for the type. You're leading thority is a foreign prosecution. In England of the Spanish case. And the argument the other side, which has some traction. I think is that it would be quite unusual surprising for the new American Republic to look to Europe in a question like that. Because one concerning applies both in English situation as well is that it would be a significant intrusion on sovereignty of particular concern of the new. New American Republic to allow a foreign prosecution to limit the thority of. The United States. Frankly, it's surprising. Even in the English case. I mean the relations between Spain and England we're not exactly the best in why? I mean, if if it were a Spanish case involving the murder of Englishman with English court really of said, well, he's tried in Spain. So we're our hands are tied. Well, there's overwhelming evidence as I said that that is the English rule and no dispute that the framers were incorporating English practice into the double jeopardy clause. The world any country in the world as well. I'm sorry praying. Preceding even a conviction. Any anti anywhere with him. So so there are a few requirements on one it would have to be the same offense. So you would have to meet anguish standard, which is the standard of this court today isn't clear I mean, I thought when I read your brief. Well, you're absolutely right. But then I read the other side of the practice. And now, I not going to say, you're absolutely wrong. Three times. The court has considered your argument looked at those cases the English case Hutchinson. No report later cases referred to it. It was a complexity involving a special commission designed to try people who had committed murder outside the country. The king's bench didn't have the thirty the king's bench referred to that commission, and that commission said well, he was acquitted in Portugal, and therefore we will not try them in this special commission designed to Dada Justice. Steven Brier does that reflect a principle of law? Does it reflect something about the commission? Does it reflect something about the individual circumstances? So far, it seems to be no one has any idea. If you read gauge you'll discover the other sides, and the same is true of the early cases, I won't go through all of them here. Early cases we find some support you and some don't. So I say all support us all support you. Yes. I do believe they all support us in the one. The one case you mentioned that is potentially leans the other way is gauged, but it's a civil case in its analogize ING to Hutchinson for the purposes of of how rule about recognition of civil judgments, and there is no ancient rule rooted in Talmud and Roman law in Greek law and canon law in ancient English common law to have your civil judgments recognized by another court. By for a successor prosecution and the point is not back into complete your answer to my question. And ask you any country in the world. Any country? So if you're asking me what the English rule was. I would say yes that is. But there are three important qualifications on the rule. I it it does have to be the same offence. So there is no dispute in in the case of murder in Portugal and the trial in England or the murder in in the Cape of Good Hope in the trial in England that those were the same offense they were both murder, but sometimes that's a little more complicated because it has to be the same elements. That's the that's the meaning of same offence under this court stirs prudence, enter the original meaning Secondly, and this is very important. The second court has to recognize the competent incur concurrent jurisdiction to the first court that that's part of the English rule. And there's no dispute whatever may arise in the international context. There's no dispute that Alabama. In the federal government has competent in concurrent jurisdiction over the offense of being a felon in possession. So at least in this country. The answer seems pretty clear because the rule was concurrent jurisdiction rule. And there's no doubt that there is concurrent jurisdiction. I don't think the idea even at the framing that he would recognize a an acquittal in another country is of art across acution could possibly be so shocking because it was mentioned in furlong. It was discussed in furlong. What's the third requirement? Choir is that it can't be a sham prosecution or a collusive prosecution sham. So today, let's say a group of American tourists are murdered by terrorists in a foreign country. And there is a prosecution in the fine country for murder the same offense in a court of competent jurisdiction there, and it's not a sham prosecution fairly inept prosecution lack of prosecutorial investigative resources and a poor country and it results in an acquittal or conviction with a very light sentence. Justice Alito coarsening position is that there could be a prosecution here in the United States under the saturate enacted by congress to permit. The prosecution of individuals who murder Americans abroad. Let me address that in a few different ways. One. The original understanding was that implied between countries could you just answer? Whether that's correct or not. And if it's not correct wise under the original understanding, it would be up to the US court to determine whether it's going to recognize the competent and concurrent jurisdiction of that other country. What I'm saying is in the case of federal and state relations. There is no dispute about that. I don't think this is in surprise question or particularly difficult one. It is a court of competent jurisdiction. It is the court that in that in that country has jurisdiction to try census for murder. No question about that. What is your answer is can be prosecuted here where can they not be presi the answer? It's not just that the particular court is competent competent jurisdiction. It's that we're going to recognize jurisdiction of the other country over the crime. This was the point that for long was making about the murder of a British subject by a British subject on a British ship. And for a long says, it's pretty doubtful. That England would actually recognize a US acquittal in that case because England would say you have no basis for current jurisdiction over that crime. So that's the determination the US court when you don't have to reach that question in this case, our point is that if that was the rule at the F if that was the original understanding of the time, we do have we do have to reach that question because your position logically would extend to Justice Alito hypothetical, and if prosecution is part of the national security efforts of the United States federal prosecution in your position would substantially hamper those national security efforts..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on First Take

First Take

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on First Take

"It's the dust bunnies. Only natural Prentice on the long run along. Welcome back to Los Angeles, very exciting week of college football, ending with the Alabama feet down of LSU that had ordure on calling out his team it is a Wednesday. So you know, what that means time for our weekly visit from our friend the mouth of the south whole fine bomb. How we doing Paul man, I'm doing great. I need to go to an ENT Manhattan, though after that last segment, Molly paint here. It is out of control. He is on. Let me ask the question Paul finebaum. Molly Kerem since I want to say something. Karen campbell. My question is the question is the question. John would y'all y'all want me to sit back and mumble like my brother shat that which I want. Now, if you wanted to do that you want me to do that. For you're doing. No, no. Are you taking a shot Shaq? That's is. On TV. My talk. I could do that to my brother. I could lose. I listen to him. I usually don't listen to him all day half forty cents that what you're saying. I can mumble I could do that be mellow. I'm just saying. All right. All right. Strive let me ask you this. Michigan moves into the top four. I like low key support Michigan now. Full disclosure watch. A lot of Michigan games if they don't beat Ohio State. Does this even matter the success that they're having not really because it Michigan? That's what you're what you prime for. That's what you work all your four in. I think Molly by the way Sunday morning. I said something nice about Jim Harbaugh. Sportscenter man before the guy rolled out of bed. I got blown up on Twitter by Stephen Smith. My point being that there is more pressure on Jim Harbaugh today than there would have been if he was just going into this game with a mediocre season. Owen three maybe you're about to go and four because no one really has any faith in the buckeyes right now urban Meyer looks like a broken. I don't think he is. I don't think they are. But this is enormously important in Michigan loses the entire season, if they can't beat the buckeyes Paul or during calling out his team talking about we got overpowered and stuff like that considering it's Alabama, and they're going to do that to everyone. And like, what are you supposed to do? I read that as like an indictment of himself as a recruiter. We're you're right. I mean, like isn't that really the question with coach Ken, he recruit at the level? It's going to take. Well, that's fair point match because he built this entire season about beating Alabama. Now, remember he took over two years ago in the middle of the season. For last mile. But these are now mostly his players especially a quarterback. Joe borough was a graduate transfer from from Ohio State, and everyone thought he was going to be the salvation, and he was barely serviceable against Alabama. So yes, but it's not the first time a couple of weeks earlier. Jeremy Pruitt did the same thing. So we don't have the players a right right now. I don't think anyone in the SEC with a possible exception. And I don't even think they do of Georgia have the players right now to beat Alabama..

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"karen campbell" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

And That's Why We Drink

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink

"All because he would literally be under like hiding under the covers like a child evening the owning about what a fucking kripo looking at her body and should be like what is going on he was like oh you were sleeping in west her on the line wake you some just reading with a flashlight i'm going to kill him anyway so bunny was charged with aggravated kidnapping and attempted criminals saw in the durant case but he was freed on fifteen thousand dollar bail by his parents of even all lot 15000 i know crazy and the only pay ten percent so it 1500 yeah literally yikes seattle police had insufficient evidence to charge him in the murders but kept him under close surveillance on march 1st 1970s six he was found guilty of kidnapping and assault on june 30th he was sentenced to serve a minimum of one to a maximum of fifteen years in the utah state prison by in october he was found hiding in the bushes of the prison yard carrying an escape kit that included roadmaps airline schedules and a social security card by crime so after that he spent several weeks in solitary confinement in later that month colorado authorities charged him with karen campbell's murder on june 7th of 19th seven seven he was in court and he was serving as his own defense so he didn't have to wear handcuffs like he wasn't bound by thing i'm entering a recess he asked if he could visit the courthouse law library to research his case so he was in the library who is concealed behind a bookcase he opened a window jump from the secondstorey sprained his right ankle z landed but he shouted an outer layer of his clothes walked through the aspen roadblocks that were being set up and just hiked up into a mountain.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"And the wbal app well it was a good idea while it why is there but montgomery county officials are their plan to allow residents to pre paid their 2018 property tax bills before the new federal tax law kicks in is not going to work so they have dropped the idea now because they say it was unworkable in such a tight timeframe some council members that bush was a plan in response to new federal caps on deductions in the giant tax overhaul pre paying the property taxes could have been a major money saver four wealthy homeowners in montgomery county which is one of the richest in the country they are doing the prepayment in dc in fairfax county virginia were they telling people they can pre pay but they have to do it very very quickly now kelly you've been held newsradio 1090 and apg fc you present smug top ten news stories in baltimore 420 2017 number six posed just after days in charlottesville where there were violent protests over the city's plan to remove a statue of roberty lead that turned violent baltimore's civil war era statues and monuments were taken down in the middle of the night wbal newsradio 1090 scott wyckoff was there in baltimore as it all went down and the computer has burke we will get that to you momentarily here in just a second for now though we want to tell you about the airport where they're telling us that the traffic is strong and the lots are filling out the day lot the long term lots less than six percent available there the easy pay lot is full they tell us and wbal's karen campbell says right now if you're at the airport you got plenty of company into the airport around five and it was already sell what airline officials want you to do is double check your luggage before you combine by triple check your luggage and they say arrived two hours in advance because the goal of a similar people as quickly through these security lines as possible and at one thing tsa agents say that they've noticed a disturbing trend it is the increase or.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

WBAL 1090AM

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on WBAL 1090AM

"Days association released a statement saying manson's victims are the ones who should be remembered end mourned on the occasion of his death and its sister wansell victim sharon told abc news people are saying that there should be some kind relief but oddly enough it really isn't she went on to say that she prays for manson's y'all abc's lindsey davis nebraska regulators giving the keystone xl pipeline the thumbsup allowing them to build a line in the state you're listening to abc news i would be a yell at and wbalcom on error 979 fm hd 2 and wbal newsradio 1090 this he's wbal news now with bill vanko people are very to come and go again this afternoon in the west golden more neighborhood where a veteran baltimore leadoff was shot and killed last week city police finally lifted a cordon around part give the part of the harlem park neighborhood this morning it captive blocked off all weekend contained new fired the fatal shot wbal's karen campbell says some residents has been complaining over the weekend that they were being inconvenienced by having to show their ids to get into their own foul police have been thanking residents anyone who travelled through that area for their patience and understanding while they collect as much evidence as they can't physical forensic and other to find out who martyr detective john suitor so far there is no answer to that question they've been unable to find the killer despite a reward that's grown now to more than two hundred thousand dollars and as that sir continues for the killer of detective sooner and more than three hundred other homicides in the city this year a state senators offering a possible solution to the city's ongoing epidemic a and senator bill ferguson told wbal's brian nieman that baltimore's in crisis it's an emergency situation bogged wants the residents of baltimore to understand it is solvable woonoh that air strategy that other city have deployed if you look at what angela after the rai eight a comprehensive review of their police department put in really strategic targeted policing programmes wraparound supports working unity to give equal opportunity and then when when the bad guy decided to break down on the countable ferguson says the first step is to get some other agencies into relieve city police of some administrative tasks so they can concentrate on arrests john patty wbal newsradio 1090 going to talk turkey and.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on KOMO

"Of the districts two hundred buses they can't catch everything last year karen campbell tells me one driver almost hit three students choosing to pass the bus on the right superintendent tom siegel says all drivers need to be more aware fleischer we had a total of ten bus accidents of the ten bus excellence a little more cars running into the rear of the bus stop and think about that how do you managed to miss a school bus in the other two crashes one driver sideswiped airbus a second driver tbone device superintendent siegel tells me none of this crash has caused any injuries thankfully and none of their bus drivers were found to be at fault looking for the next way to keep kids safe estate panel is now looking at the possibility of adding a second stop onto the backs of buses to make it more visible to drivers some states already doing this denise whitaker komo news a credit breach they could leave nearly a hundred fifty million people exposed combs county thousand says this means we all need to be unloaded for id theft echo facts has a rattled lord there are about the breach on its website to explain that criminals have obtained the names social security numbers and more for as many as one hundred forty three million american consumers the company's chair and ceo rick smith issues an apology i'm pleased the report that the review found no evidence of unauthorized activity our core curve ordering databases is clearly a disappointing event a one that strikes at the heart or who we are and what we do i deeply regret this incident epa facts is offering.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:49 min | 4 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on KOMO

"The teenagers and captured the bat is also being treated a grieving families one step closer to justice after a fivemonth weight in march 38yearold tanner and was killed in a car crash is families finally face the man accused and komos gade cohen has the update a photo of tator monday and a lockett of ashes hang from the neck of his heart broken another i'm missing mary thing amending of every single day tanner was a single dad raising is two boys alone this is ethan affairs feels like reversal garath archer pharrell should consider in march tanner was killed at a crash in fight after being rear ended into another car police say the driver hit him was going almost seventy miles per hour in a 35 zone through rain he could remember the crash or whether or not he took his seizure medication net day but that 27yearold was it duress it right away and for five months debby wade it and i go until a called two weeks ago change and i guess last it i cried for two hours and finally been charged give a them the driver of the car that killed tanner was order to take his seizure medication and not to drive unless he gets a note from his doctor said local districts are having trouble finding enough bus drivers in time for the start of the school year more from komos ryan yamamoto bethel's school district says a lot has to do with the economy when the economy scared we have a hard time when the economy bad we get a lot of drivers fell right now the employment market pre vast out there and so we have to compete with that market during her fourteen years or the district karen campbell says she has a put up that help wanted sign for drivers every year and this year she has enough drivers around there two hundred twelve buses but they're still looking for sobs komo news time six ten on a monday morning todd.

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"karen campbell" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"karen campbell" Discussed on KTRH

"In about twenty minutes the special election in a suburb north of atlanta is on its way to being the most expensive race for a seat in the us house of representatives in history already approaching forty million dollars with several weeks to go before the runoff vote on june twentieth two candidates democrat jon ossoff for political newcomer and republican karen handel a former georgia secretary of state are spending millions in georgia's sixth congressional district replace tom price who resigned to become secretary of health and human services more from wall street journal reporter cameron mcwhirter cam what's up here it has become the battleground because democrats feel that they eight eight iran's feet to take work clear republican and at the same time cricket to cut the car after very cricket becoming a referendum on the presidency parts so it didn't work out so well in montana where they were hoping for the same thing what so what is polling say in this the district going the democratic candidate thirty year old will hurt than mid jon ossoff who would never felt worked it off white lead over karen campbell whose georgia's former sect state to a twenty percent of the vote which is very much in a runoff in april were withdraw up forty eight percent however that vote included a lot about the republican candidates world and so the whole presidential campaign they're going to be growing other republicans together and they can overcome the draw or you're talking about the amount of money is being spent we are committed to at least two point at least thirty seven million has been committed which would make it or committed would make the most expensive congressional race in history mark mark keep going it we could we could could become the most expensive great ever in the state of georgia which would be extraordinary include stewart that's amazing and this is this all about of say the referendum on mr trump the money coming in commits are all talk you could coming from all over the country from california new york federal messages to end up to quote trump have republican responding with their editors ended outside groups coming in an extraordinary numbers.

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