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Coronavirus relief talks collapse on Capitol Hill as Trump readies executive actions

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00:49 sec | 1 d ago

Coronavirus relief talks collapse on Capitol Hill as Trump readies executive actions

"Trump takes action on Corona virus relief After lawmakers fail to come to an agreement, Senator Chuck Schumer explained to ABC what went wrong on Friday. We will come down a trillion You come up a trillion that would bring us to two for them to two and we could meet in the middle and get things done quickly. They said. Absolutely not. I said to them, this means it's your way or the highway. They basically said yes. CBS's Tom Cody has more on the challenges the president could face that President Trump's New Jersey resort. There was applause from friends, Associates and employees as he announced and signed a Siri's of executive orders aimed at bypassing Congress to provide virus economic relief. But Congress has not agreed on all Professor Laurie Levenson. President Trump doesn't have powers under the Constitution to do what he's trying to dio, which include new bonus jobless benefits, not might Have to be argued out in court. In a

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Supreme Court rules 6-3 in favor of gay rights in workplace

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

00:55 sec | Last month

Supreme Court rules 6-3 in favor of gay rights in workplace

"Continuing our in depth team coverage of the supreme court's gay rights ruling LA legal analyst and Loyola law school professor Laurie Levenson tells connects the ruling is raising eyebrows as the court has a conservative majority many people are surprised that justice Gorsuch who was appointed by president trump wrote this decision because he wrote in favor of gay rights in favor transgender rights but it's not a complete surprise you have to remember that justice Gorsuch clerked for justice Kennedy in another major decision the court refused to take a case from opponents of California's sanctuary state law Levinson tells us that's less of a surprise cream court takes a very small percentage of the petitions that are filed before them they certainly have taken their fair share of hot button issues this term and we never know exactly why they're declining cases only justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito voted to hear the administration's appeal family and friends of a black man found hanging from a tree in Palmdale are demanding answers about his death sure valid via way of us said to talk about the case later this morning they're not buying what sheriff's officials have said that Robert fuller's death appears to have been a suicide given the current climate with protests over police brutality and systemic racism some fear that something far more ominous took place dozens gathered for a March in Palmdale over the weekend this man told CBS

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Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

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00:55 sec | 2 months ago

Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

"Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband masa Bojan only have pleaded guilty to federal charges in the college bribery scandal for paying half a million dollars to get their two daughters into U. S. C. but the judge still hasn't decided if he's going to accept their plea deal with prosecutors that calls for Lachlan to spend two months in prison and her husband five months Loyola Marymount university law professor Laurie Levenson says the deal is a bit of a surprise I think the prosecutors here realize that Lori Laughlin's defense team was much more aggressive than the defense team for other defendants and that might be why she got such a good deal the judge scheduled the sentencing hearings for late August but didn't indicate when he will decide on whether to accept the deal prosecutors say the couple funneled money through a sham charity operated by college admissions consultant Rick singer singer has pleaded guilty to orchestrating the whole scheme that led of course to dozens of other wealthy people being

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College bribery scandal: Lori Loughlin and husband plead guilty in court

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00:30 sec | 2 months ago

College bribery scandal: Lori Loughlin and husband plead guilty in court

"Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband entered guilty pleas today for their roles in the college admissions cheating scandal part of a plea deal that still has to be approved by the judge legal analyst Laurie Levenson the judge hasn't even decided to take this plea I think the judges wondering is this really fear just two months after she pays a half million dollars for her kid to get into USC that's something he has to look carefully at both could also win early release to home confinement due to the corona virus

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Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

"Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband pleaded guilty today to charges related to the college admissions cheating scandal legal analysts Laurie Levenson says the plea deal still needs that judges okay Lori Laughlin by this deal would only get two months in prison her husband five and given what other defendants have received I think the judge wants to make sure that's

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Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

Lori Loughlin, husband plead guilty in U.S. college admissions scandal

"Two of the most famous parents caught up in the college admissions bribery scandal say they are guilty actress Lori Loughlin fashion designer husband Mossimo Jian newly just appeared in a Boston courtroom via video their plea deal would have her serve two months in prison and him five Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson says the judge has the last word I think the judge is indicating that he wants to be very careful before he accepts this please because this plea binds him to a particular sentence for each defendant and she's getting a great deal they also agreed to four hundred thousand dollars in fines and hundreds of hours of community

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Court papers show Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, will plead guilty in college admissions bribery case

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00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Court papers show Lori Loughlin and her husband, Mossimo Giannulli, will plead guilty in college admissions bribery case

"Actress Lori Loughlin and her husband fashion designer Mossimo Jian newly have given up fighting mail and wire fraud charges in the college admissions bribery scandal they've agreed to a plea deal Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson it looks like Laughlin and her husband go shaded pretty favorable deals in this case and it may be because they were so aggressive in their defense they're facing two months and five months in prison a lot less than they could a

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Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli agree to plead guilty in college admission scam case

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Lori Loughlin, Mossimo Giannulli agree to plead guilty in college admission scam case

"The U. S. attorney's office at Lori Loughlin and and her her husband husband Balsamo Balsamo generally generally they're they're gonna gonna couple couple plead plead that that involves involves federal federal prison prison time time tomorrow tomorrow is is the the hearing hearing this this plea plea deal deal to to be be finalized finalized Boston Boston federal court Lori Loughlin will do two months in prison for a hundred fifty thousand dollar fine as for her famed husband designer Mossimo he does five months in prison and pays a two hundred fifty thousand dollar fine and once they're both free they've got two years of supervised release pretty good deal two months in prison and our husband is getting five months I don't think that they would have done better if they tried to fight the case former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson speaking with can access the message do not engage in this type of behavior even if you think you're doing a good thing trigger can't see couples technically pleading guilty to mail and wire fraud they were accused in the college admissions scandal paying a half billion Bucks to get their daughters in the U. S. C. I'm totally bogus sports credentials

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Lori Loughlin and her husband agree to plead guilty in admissions scandal

Newell Normand

00:53 sec | 2 months ago

Lori Loughlin and her husband agree to plead guilty in admissions scandal

"Court papers indicate actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo G. a newly will plead guilty in the college admissions scandal under a plea deal she would spend two months in prison he would get five months part of the reason I think Laughlin was able to get such a favorable deal is that she and her husband were very aggressive in going after the prosecution's case and showing some of the weaknesses with their key witness Rick singer and how they plan to cross examine him during the trial legal analyst Laurie Levenson says the pandemic could play a part in what happens next we're in the middle of a pandemic and it's not at all clear that the sentence will have to be served right away first of all you have to have the guilty plea and then the sentencing and then I'm sure that they're going to raise with the court that it's not particularly safe to go to prison at this time actress Felicity Huffman who also pleaded guilty served less than fourteen

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DC Federal judge questions Barr's credibility and orders review of Mueller report redactions

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00:38 sec | 5 months ago

DC Federal judge questions Barr's credibility and orders review of Mueller report redactions

"Wrote a federal judge in DC ordering the justice department to submit the full unredacted Muller reports for court review judge Reggie Walton says Attorney General bill Barr quote distorted the findings in the report include made misleading public statements as this report was made public law professor Laurie Levenson says this hurts bars reputation as Attorney General the judge said that he did not really trust the Attorney General because the Attorney General gave a distorted and misleading account of what was actually in the middle of the court judge Walton was appointed to the federal bench in two thousand one by President Bush the justice department has not commented on the court

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Top Los Angeles prosecutor apologizes after husband points gun at Black Lives Matter activists

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:12 min | 5 months ago

Top Los Angeles prosecutor apologizes after husband points gun at Black Lives Matter activists

"Attorney Jackie Lacey's husband commit a crime when he pulled a gun on protesters for black lives matter when they showed up at the couple's home police did take an assault with a deadly weapon report but an LAPD spokesman says no arrest was made and no gun was removed from the home I think creature anybody else would have at the very least had begun taking away and I think there's a better than fifty fifty chance anyone else would have been arrested criminal defense attorney Steve cron says possible charges against David Lacey could include assault with a deadly weapon brandishing a gun and making criminal threats brandishing it doesn't have to be loaded first all with a deadly weapon would have to be loved the crown says that statement implies David Lacey was serious and could prompt a more serious charge crown points out if David Lacey truly believe there was a threat he could have kept the door closed and waited for police to arrive right argued that he thought he was acting in self defense and he has a right to protect himself and his family on his property Loyola law professor and former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson from the public's perspective it's pretty shocking to see him pulled the gun and I'll shoot you if you don't at a news conference yesterday Jackie Lacey said she's faced harassment and threats and asserted her husband acted out

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:58 min | 5 months ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The sixty five year old woman who lives in Santa Clara county just south of San Francisco the individual is an adult women with chronic health conditions who is hospitalized for difficulty breathing Dr Sir Cody is the director of the Santa Clara county public health department her physician call this on Wednesday night to discuss the case and to request testing for the novel coronavirus there is no indication how she got the virus she had not been to any of the countries affected and had no known contact with anyone else in fact it Steve Futterman CBS news Los Angeles a federal reserve announced today that it's ready to step in to help the economy should the need arise the Dow has lost twelve percent of its value this week amid virus fears market analysts are Hogan the worst weekly scene going back to one of the great financial crisis and in the market and all of that coalesces around the concern that the corona virus that started in China is continuing to spread and we're not sure how much economic damage that will construct market you're trying to calibrate just how much they should be selling off Democrats efforts to investigate president trump took a hit today when the DC federal appeals court ruled the judges have no role to play in the subpoena fight between the house and the administration the ruling undoes a lower court decision that could have forced former trump counsel don began to appear before Congress legal scholar Laurie Levenson they're gonna have to regroup and decide whether they issue more subpoenas then seek to enforce them by holding people in contempt and play hardball to try to get the information they want voters in South Carolina head to the polls tomorrow to vote in their presidential primary I'm Jim chrysalis and fountain in South Carolina some including college student Kimberly Sawyer see the crowded democratic field ahead of tomorrow's presidential primary as a good thing a lot of students they have more cancer identify with supporters of senator Bernie Sanders have launched an effort to motivate eighteen and nineteen year olds to vote in the primary parts of upstate New York.

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Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

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02:37 min | 5 months ago

Lori Loughlin's trial date is set in college admissions scandal despite claim of new evidence exonerating her

"One could be a twist in the ongoing college admissions cheating scandal new potential evidence says showed up CBS news correspondent Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they've insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked him to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a private this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the case go away but we do know that it puts the government on the defensive a judge what is set to decide trial dates for Lachlan and other figures implicated in the scandal but her defense team is asking for that proceeding to be pushed back in light of the new information and detailed and singers notes they call the government's previous failure to disclose those notes outrageous is actually speaking with our legal analyst Rikki Klieman who says for Lori Loughlin they're still really no way around the fact that she made fraudulent resumes with demi photos to make her daughter look like the athlete that she

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Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:04 min | 5 months ago

Lawyers say new evidence clears Lori Loughlin in college scandal

"Lawyers for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband say new evidence proves the couple's innocence in the college admission scandal the update now from CBS's Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission to top tier colleges but a new memo from defense attorneys for Laughlin and her husband Mossimo Jian newly claims the government instructed singer to lie to clients by calling their payments bribes even if he'd previously characterized them as legitimate the memo contains a note singer wrote on his iPhone about his discussions with FBI agents in one exchange he called loud and abrasive singer said they continue to ask me to tell a fib and not restate what I told my clients as to where the money was going Lachlan NG a newly paid half a million dollars to USC allegedly so their daughters could attend the school they have insisted the money was a donation but they're accused of taking additional measures to cheat the system like making a fake resume for one of their kids this comes after other defendants caught up and singers web like fellow Hollywood actress Felicity Huffman not only pleaded guilty but finished serving prison sentences that includes former New York attorney Gordon Caplan who admitted he paid seventy five thousand dollars to have the answers on his daughter's ACT exam correct it in his notes singer wrote that investigators wanted to quote email Gordon at all costs and asked them to solicit additional payments from Kaplan for that purpose it's an embarrassment for the government Laurie Levenson is a former federal prosecutor she says singers notes it should have been turned over a long ago and they bring both his and the government's credibility into question the kids the defense some ammunition to say that in fact Laughlin others didn't really agree that this was a bribe this is a positive development for Lori Laughlin we don't know whether it will clear her to make the

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:09 min | 6 months ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Any DeBartolo junior former owner of the San Francisco forty Niners would pleaded guilty to a bribery scheme involving a riverboat casino license Louisiana legal scholar Laurie Levenson I think that this is going to raise a lot of eyebrows about why the president is going on on a limb for defendants that so many people thought were righteously convicted the president also commuted the sentences of three women two of them convicted of drug crimes CBS news update I'm Jim Sean of it we're gonna get analysis of the actions today we're going to turn to the case of the S. ring central news line and speak with Henry Brady dean of the Goldman school for public policy at the university of California at Berkeley thank you very much for talking to us this afternoon if you look at the pattern here is there are there commonalities in in the actions that the president took today well it it's mostly pardoning people are commuting the sentences of people of white collar crimes it's mostly white men it's a pattern of people who have some association with trump and in some cases with people like character who was in fact confidante of Rudy Giuliani so you really get the sense this is trump helping his friends and helping people who do white collar kinds of crimes yes there's two women who were convicted of drug crimes probably and had excessive sentences but mostly this is about helping people who had white collar crimes you want to ask about the timing of all this it seems that a lot of presidents on their way out of office will announce a list of clemency moves this this timing is is is not that sort of thing what what do you make of it I negative Donald Trump was the fact that the one party in power he really has absolutely is a pardon in computation power and so he's using it and he's using it to help people who have committed white collar crimes and that's really sort of astonishing because most people think that the criminal justice system that most of the injustice right now is not with white collar crimes it's with middle class and working class and poor people who get convicted of crimes often people of color and were put in jail for excessive sentences yeah you need to dig a little deeper into Jeff's question here with with all the brouhaha over the DOJ the department of justice in the stone sentencing and it just seems like a a doubling down but I guess that's what president trump likes to do sometimes I think it's just absolutely reflective of his character and where he thinks the real injustice lies which is with people like himself being taken to court and having difficulties because of things that they do that he just thinks are normally effect he says about some of these people well this is just what people do and so it's reflective of who and what he is this was a historical perspective here this is something pardoning that's been done for years and years and through president after president well they usually as you said towards me at the very end of their term especially once the car are controversial and there's no question but that there are some of these folks are quite controversy elect logo image Michael Milken the junk bond king who committed securities fraud and on and on so it's really quite unusual would you expect to see more of it absolutely in fact maybe he's just in his typical wave normalizing a practice of they when it comes to pardon in some of the people like Roger stone it just looks like another step along the way of what he's been already doing just to connect all the dots what is the concern that others critics might have in terms of of the the downside of doing this on mas I think the downside is that he's very selective in inches friends in its just begin people who do crimes like he's been accused of and it's not getting at the central injustice that most people feel is the problem in America with the criminal justice system which is that it again takes four people and colored people people who are of of color and put them in jail thank you for your time we always appreciated Henry Brady dean of the Goldman school for public policy at the university of California at Berkeley KCBS this time four thirty six we're gonna update traffic on the Nimitz freeway in two minutes with can best how to show up with coca Cola energy you're.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:36 min | 6 months ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Possible once we hit the forties one hell leave the forties until Friday low forty nine tomorrow cold rain in the afternoon forty two rain and drizzle on Thursday with a high of forty four degrees and partly sunny on Friday we might nudge up towards fifty warmer coming up on the weekend fifty seven degrees in Arlington fifty three in fort worth fifty four degrees I came around the this for some news for exergy mornings afternoons nights weekends we're here for you with traffic weather and breaking news we are newsradio ten eighty KRLD five fifty thanks for tuning in with us here Carol D. afternoon news president trump granted clemency to eleven people today and commuted the sentence of a former Illinois governor well you'll a professor Laurie Levenson said the announcement comes a surprising time this free of pardons and commutations right at the very end of a president's term but it's not at the end it's actually right in the spring of the campaign season so one calculation by the president might be what do these pardons and commutations due to energize his base or potential supporters we'll have the latest on president trump's decision during the CBS evening news with Norah o'donnell at six o'clock your news radio ten eighty Carol D. it's crime fighting tool that you can have in the city of Dallas and it's getting more popular Stephen L. hits the creator of the I.

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Theranos Trial's Judge Narrows Case Against Founder Elizabeth Holmes

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Theranos Trial's Judge Narrows Case Against Founder Elizabeth Holmes

"Prosecutors say Elizabeth homes allegedly defrauded doctors are customers who use their nose blood test that did not work as advertised a judge this week dismissed some of those charges because the tests were paid for by their insurance companies not by individuals he still faces wire fraud charges though Laurie Levenson is a professor of criminal law at Loyola law school it's always a victory when you get some charges thrown out but she didn't get all the charges thrown out and she is still facing felony federal charges where she could face many years in prison if she is convicted the case has gained national attention because Levinson says this was a healthcare company that sword because they claim to have revolutionized the blood testing you have somebody who had such a significant company everyone was paying attention the vice president was coming to see here and then it when all bust when it was founded on that her blood testing devices were a sham Holmes trial is set to begin in San Jose in August carried a sack

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Robert Durst wrote note about location of friend's body in 2000, defense admits

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01:05 min | 7 months ago

Robert Durst wrote note about location of friend's body in 2000, defense admits

"It was an anonymous note telling police where to find the body of a Los Angeles one Robert Durst is accused of killing Durst admits admits he he wrote wrote it it the the body body of of Doris Doris friend friend Susan Susan Berman Berman was was found found in in her her home home in in Benedict Benedict canyon canyon after after police police got got a a note note with with her her address address and and the the word word cadaver cadaver the the defense defense has has been been fighting fighting to to block block evidence evidence about about who might have written the so called cadaver no open now says an emotion it was penned by Durst his attorney Dick to guarantee isn't saying why they made the admission and continues to insist prosecutors are going after the wrong man like I said it all Elsa's Berman and he doesn't know it yet you're still the producers of the two thousand fifteen HBO documentary the jinx whoever sent the note took a big risk and described it as something only the killer could have written Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson says Durst may have a hard time convincing a jury he did not mean it confession is a big boost for the prosecution case they still don't have a slam dunk case because they don't have an eyewitness or anything like that but what they hand is this note were jurors himself basically said whoever wrote that is linked to the murder trial is set to start in February

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Defense attorneys: Real estate heir Robert Durst wrote note about where to find body of friend he’s accused of killing

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Defense attorneys: Real estate heir Robert Durst wrote note about where to find body of friend he’s accused of killing

"Real estate heir Robert Durst admits he wrote the anonymous note telling please where to find the body of the LA woman he's accused of killing nineteen years ago the body of Doris friend Susan Berman was found in her home in Benedict canyon after police got a note with her address and the word cadaver the defense has been fighting to block evidence about who might have written the so called cadaver no open now says an emotion it was penned by Durst his attorney Dick to guarantee isn't saying why they made the admission and continues to insist prosecutors are going after the wrong man set it all up Gilles's Berman and he doesn't know it yet you're still the producers of the two thousand fifteen HBO documentary the jinx whoever sent the note took a big risk and described it as something only the killer could have written Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson says Durst may have a hard time convincing a jury he did not mean it confession is a big boost for the prosecution case they still don't have a slam dunk case because they don't have an eyewitness or anything like that but what they handers this note were jurors himself basically said whoever wrote that is linked to the murder trial is set to start in February click get this guitar KNX ten seventy

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Defense attorneys: Real estate heir Robert Durst wrote note about where to find body of friend he’s accused of killing

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Defense attorneys: Real estate heir Robert Durst wrote note about where to find body of friend he’s accused of killing

"Robert Durst his attorneys now concede their client did write the anonymous note alerting police to the location of the cadaver of the woman he's accused of killing it's a stunning turnaround for the defense which had been fighting to block evidence about who might have written the so called cadaver note that was mailed to Beverly hills police and post marked the day before the body of terse friend Susan Berman was discovered nineteen years ago and her Benedict canyon home well this doesn't change anything I turning to guarantee represents stars Jack remains that Bob Durst did not kill Susan and he does not know who did this really is his own worst enemy in this case Laurie Levenson teaches criminal law at Loyola law school she's the one who gave the TV interview he's the one who said that the snow would be linked to the murderer now he's the one who has to shift and say oh that's not what I really meant it's going to be a

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U.S. judge stalls Trump administration bid to resume federal executions

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:24 sec | 9 months ago

U.S. judge stalls Trump administration bid to resume federal executions

"Illness a federal judge has stopped the trump administration plan to resume federal executions for the first time in sixteen years legal scholar Laurie Levenson is a blow to the administration they wanted to move forward in December with the first execution but they're facing the federal law that says that they do not have the right execution protocol the new procedure involves one not free drugs it's a procedure now used in several

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Drowned when he drove off appear at the port of LA well the DA's office initially declined to file a case against Ollie on the sign on it now says further investigation by the LAPD prompted the murder charges police say additional interviews and evidence led them to believe almost Diane intentionally drove off the pier to kill the kids for financial gain after the April two thousand fifteen drownings almost lion collected more than a quarter of a million dollars on accidental death policies he'd taken out on the boys federal prosecutors filed fraud and other charges against almost lion he has pleaded not guilty and is in custody awaiting trial in that case our old record for federal authorities loose on the actor DH will have to react right their motive for the murder case Loyola law professor Laurie Levenson Ortiz win that could be helpful to the distributor unless I on will not be arraigned on the murder charges until the federal case is resolved we've been unable to reach an attorney for him prosecutors will later decide whether to seek the death penalty against him click here to ask you talk KNX ten seventy newsradio in Victorville a Japanese been injured in a stand off with a suspect who allegedly refused to exit his vehicle and then accelerated toward officers they opened fire the suspect is injured a deputy got her to both people are hospitalized the deputy has non life threatening injuries it all started after deputies got a call that the man was threatening people near seventh street and circle drive LA police are hoping someone can give them a late as they try to stop it arms zero robbery suspect who was hit nearly a dozen locations in LA at Inglewood since the beginning of the year the suspect is an African American man in his mid thirties to early forty six feet tall weighing a hundred and fifty to a hundred and eighty pounds with black hair and dark eyes lieutenant Ben Fernandez with LAPD's robbery homicide division robbery special section says he's been hard to identify because of the way he's dressed usually covered from head to toe with some sort of Heidi and minimum parts of his body exposed the man flashes a handgun when he walks into a location he said at least eleven businesses either restaurants convenience stores or gas stations he gets cash for the red sure safe in his out and gone a little over a minute so far they've been no injuries on the robberies the detectives are hoping that someone can put a name to him so they can arrest him for someone to seriously hurt or killed Dimitry okay and extend seventy newsradio the state Supreme Court is considering whether to hear a case that could stop prosecutor from seeking the death penalty attorney Robert Sanger is representing in LA gang leader facing the death penalty in a murder case singer tells Kate axes appealing to the state's highest court because he says jurors can't fairly decide whether to recommend death well governor Newsome's death penalty ban is in place the risk is announced by the courts previously is that jurors will we all sort of cavalierly say we're gonna send a message or they'll they'll just assume that they're not taking the actual responsibilities San Matteo county district attorney tells the Sacramento bee helps the High Court hears the case and rules on it because it'll give him and his colleagues clarity on how to handle cases eligible for the death penalty ten forty eight three metal checked your money Netflix shares sinking in late trading as investors look at last quarter's results Netflix gained two point seven million subscribers but that's just a little more than half way projected and Netflix lost US customers for the first time in eight years but it does expect to sign of seven million new customers this quarter as new episodes is stranger things in orange is the new black put more punch into its line up eBay shares jumping after hours sales grew more slowly last quarter but profit topped estimates it's also raising the possibility of selling stamp hub and it's classified business something activist investors have been pushing for a Hollywood agency wants a piece of the action in sports United talent agency represents movie stars like Angelina Jolie and will Ferrell now it's looking to add some sports superstars UTA's investing in rich Paul's club sports he's the Brian James is agent and he'll head UTA's news sports division you TA wants to compete in the sports arena with endeavor and creative artists on Wall Street the Dow down a hundred fifteen points that sat down thirty seven in the S. and P. down nineteen we checked your money at twenty and fifty after.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Fair hearing on the evidence. Quito Garner's mother. Gwen Carr had to leave the room of video of her son saying that he couldn't breathe with shown and then she criticised Pantaleo lawyer. Up to the. Right. That's the games that still. Equipped today. I won't. The supervisor who oversaw the NYPD's internal review testified that in two thousand fifteen he did order the lead investigator to recommend disciplinary charges against Pantaleo. But the NYPD internal affairs prosecution never filed charges the US attorney in Connecticut reportedly has been tapped to look into the origin of the Russian vestich in attorney general William Barr chose John Durham to investigate the FBI's counterintelligence probe of the Trump campaign. According to a times report, Laurie Levenson law, professor explains why bar wants to do this part of this is to pacify the president who's been saying, let's find out who led to the investigation and whether it was bogus from the beginning. But might also be thinking, look if there was a legitimate Graham from the investigation, that's something the American public wants to know as well the appointment comes about a month after bar told members of congress that he believed that spying did occur on the Trump campaign in twenty sixteen. The Chinese government's top diplomat says the US and China both have. The ability and wisdom to reach a trade. Deal is good for both countries. Much more optimistic view of the trade war day after a huge Wall Street sell-off President Trump's been saying the tariffs mean billions are flowing into the United States now CBS news White House. Correspondent Paula Reed. Says that's not really true tariffs. Don't bring money into the US. They are paid as tax by US importers Lofton pass that cost under US consumers in a new report. Goldman Sachs confirmed the cost of US tariffs have fallen entirely on US businesses and households and warned the consequences could worsen. If a deal is not reached deputy markets director for the socio pret- Setsu. Tell says the trade war could slow the economy down. If turf steamed.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Thirty. Hi, Paul Rasmussen. Two men are in critical condition after an accident on route fifty one a car left the road and hit the side of a building on fifty one near Woodruff screen around three thirty a m the driver and a passenger were rescued from the wreckage third person, they say was also taken to a hospital. A man was killed in a motorcycle accident on the Parkway north overnight state police say twenty eight year old Douglas regret of Wexford loss control of recycle near the I seventy nine to seventy nine split around one. A m regret was thrown from the bike and went over the guardrail. Three firefighters were injured Wednesday at the scene of a seven alarm fire at a warehouse in China. It happened at the store express facility on Hafner avenue. Katie k ATV's Lindsey ward has the latest could be literally days before people are allowed to go. Check on their cars and other valuables stored inside. This large warehouse did has two floors the ground floor was used for items such as household goods and construction materials the second floor, which. Unfortunately, partially collapsed house more than one hundred fifty vehicles and motorcycles, some considered antiques and extremely valuable fire. Marshall is investigating the cause of this fire. And also why the alarm failed to activate and the sprinkler system. Malfunctioned police have arrested a suspect in the fatal shooting of a tattoo artist. Install township early Wednesday. It happened inside a home on McKinney avenue. Authorities say twenty five year old tariffs. Murphy pulled out a gun in fired several shots after getting a tattoo. The unidentified thirty one year old victim died a short time later at a hospital. Police arrested Murphy last night at a home in amber beaver county, and he is being charged with criminal homicide. North Korea is launching missiles, again, this is the second time in less than a week that North Korea has conducted launches this time. It was two separate short range missiles fired moments apart a US on voi- is currently in Seoul, South Korea. Trying to move forward than ago, she ASICs with peon Yang North Korea showing. More frustration over the impasse in the nuclear talks. CBS Cami McCormick at the Pentagon, the legal battle between House Democrats and the Trump administration entered a new phase with the judiciary committee voting Wednesday afternoon to hold attorney general billion bar in contempt of congress. What's next Loyola Law School, professor Laurie Levenson after full of the house? The next step would frankly be to go to the courts and ask the courts to enforce the contempt order either by civil contempt or if there's compliance even possibly criminal contempt dispute over access to the special counsels Russia report, President Donald Trump invoked the principle of executive privilege for the first time police are reportedly about to make some arrests in last month's shooting at monroeville mall DA Stevens have Hal talked with Katie K ATV between monroeville the mall. Our cameras, we know who's responsible. So we'll take care of that shortly. We know where they're from. We get we understand why they did what they did to groups of men got into an altercation inside the mall, one group left the building. And then almost a dozen shots were fired toward the entrance of macysbackstage windows and glass doors were shattered. But no one was injured in sports Texas rallied past the pirates on Wednesday afternoon. Jim colony.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Brown. The third recommendation is heading to now governor Gavin Newsom desk next month appeals court judges wonder whether they can grant Van Houten parole. If the governor denies her release Van Houten is just nineteen years old when she and other followers of Charles Manson murdered a married couple in Los Angeles. She was sentenced to life in prison for her part in the murder. We're gonna talk more about this. We are joined live on the KCBS ring central Newsline by Laurie Levenson. Professor of law at Loyola Marymount university. Thank you so much for talking to us good guitar competitive. This really got me thinking about the the process of parole. I naively thought it was up to the parole board and the governor how did this case get kicked around in the courts, gut kicked around because you had the parole board repeated racing that there should be parole. But the governor's saying, no. And then that issue went to a trial. Judge Bill Ryan in Los Angeles. Who said I think she's too much of a danger than Ben Hilton voyeurs brought that to the court of appeal, and that's where we are now, but the differences now we have a new governor governor may like Jerry Brown try to block her parole, even despite any parole recommendation, the court wants to know should we even rule and what judge Ryan did given the the governor now may say no parole as well. So at the end of the day, the governor always has the last word. Yes. No. Usually the governor has less. Word. I mean, people can go back to court and sort of say that the governor didn't rely on the statute and act appropriately. But ordinarily, we seen a wing to further to the governor because the governor's going to look at all the circumstances, including whether she's a threat to the community even after fifty years, but I guess her attorneys are arguing that the court should have jurisdiction right because the governor could could bow to public pressure. He's going to do or could do he or she could do what is politically expedient, but not necessarily. What is the correct parole decision understand that argument correctly? Yeah, I think that's exactly right. Which is I think that her lawyers are arguing look governors are never going to grant her parole. Nobody wants to be the governor who said I let member of the Manson family out, and so two judges will have to decide whether there's a legal basis for denying pool. All right. We'll thanks for shedding some light on all. Appreciate it very much again that was Laurie Levenson professor of law at Royal Marymount university..

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That fiber after two years. We will get some answers as to what is it Robert Muller's Russia report, but not before President Trump's attorney general has his say William bar formulated, the reports rollout and brief the White House on his plans which include a news conference at nine thirty tomorrow morning before the redacted report is even released to congress. He has the White House on the report before providing congress a copy, which has helped them prepare rebuttal response for the president House Judiciary chairman, Jerry, Nadler fact, that the attorney general is not releasing even the redacted report to congress until after his press conference will again result in the report being presented through his own words, rather than through the words of special counter, mother attorney and law. Professor Laurie Levenson beginning when this report gets released and doubtedly people will learn. Do things about the investigation. But that will only raise more question, President, Trump hints that he also may speak after the attorney general does a teenager who. Investigators believe travelled from Florida to Colorado to do harm to students at Denver area schools, including Columbine was found dead this morning and apparent self inflicted gunshot. Wound reports correspondent berry Peterson from the scene during the woods west of Denver. Authorities were taking no chances. They went in guns drawn after getting a tip that eighteen year old soul pace was armed in the area. They litter found her body during the search in a three day manhunt that rattled Colorado's just days before the anniversary of the Columbine school massacre. Police say she had apparently made disturbing comments about Columbine to friends and family on social media. We've learned North Korea has tested a new guided weapon system its state run media says it was overseen by the country's leader reports. Correspondent David Martin. What is unquestionably? Significant about this is the fact that the North Koreans have chosen to publicize about the fact of the test and that it was personally supervised by Kim Jong UN it is still not clear. Exactly, what type of weapon was actually tested sixty people including doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, indicted for the illegal prescribing of controlled substances in five Appalachian state's US assistant attorney general Brian benja Kelsey says too many doctors are turning their offices into pill mills and they're getting help from pharmacists, and nurses. Let me be clear if so called medical professionals behave like drug dealers that department of Justice is going to treat them like drug dealers on Wall Street, the NASDAQ lost four this is CBS news. Crime punishment,.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Judiciary committee authorized to subpoena to get the full Muller report comes a New York Times report that Muller. Investigators don't think the attorney general summary adequately portrays their findings, which they said were more damaging for President Trump loyal the law. Professor Laurie Levenson up at this. Eventually would come out that there would be people on the Muller team who felt that that summary by the attorney general was not a fair summary, and they're frustrated that their full investigation has not been presented to congress or the American people Democrats are also moving get President Trump's tax returns, the ways and means chairman has formally asked the IRS to hand over six years of Mr. Trump's personal and business returns political strategist, Greg Valliere says that sets up a legal battle. I think that if the Democrats persist and asking for the tax returns, the White House will stone, well, and they could stone. Well, all the way to the supreme court. President Trump is shrugging off security concerns. His mar-a-lago. Resort following the arrest of a Chinese national who snuck in over the weekend person sitting at the front desk. Very the president calls. The incident at his Palm Beach club a fluke, adding he's not at all concerned about the possibility of espionage at mar-a-lago. You Jinxiang was arrested with four cell phones laptop and external hard drive, and a device that the secret service said contained Mel wear the result is they were able to get her and she's suffering. God sequential of whatever it is yet. My Democrats say the incident raises grave counterintelligence concerns. Steven Portnoy CBS news, the White House indictment of conditions in Alabama prisons. The Justice department has issued a scathing report on Alabama's prisons saying the state is violating the constitution by failing to protect inmates from violence and sexual abuse. And by housing them and unsafe and overcrowded facilities reports cited poor staff training at inability to stop the flow of drugs and weapons from. Getting the prisons at a high level of violence. That's too common. Cruel and pervasive. Alabama has forty nine days to change things in its prisons or it could face federal legal action. Jim, Chris, cillizza? Bs news we could soon. Learn more about the second deadly crash involving a bow and set Boeing seven thirty seven max CBS's Kris van cleave we expect to.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The fifth of February coming up on KCBS, the US attorney in New York subpoenas documents from President Trump's inaugural committee. An update from CBS news straight ahead. I'm Rebecca chorale. Not everyone is excited about another billionaire running for president American needs billionaires who run for president the way forest. Fires new gasoline. And we'll be talking with the national weather service and just moments. We'll see where it's snowing this morning here in the bay area. Good morning. I'm Larry Sharoni. KCBS news time twelve thirty one CBS news update prosecutors in New York issuing a subpoena seeking documents from Donald Trump's inaugural committee for more than two years ago. Attorney Laurie Levenson they're looking for the actual records documents to show who the donors were whether they were. Just straw donors. Whether they really were representing foreign entities and would be a legal for them to donate to American sort of stand in their place. And what did they get in return? Former federal prosecutor cured two-goal subpoena is asking the inaugural committee receive foreign funds there can be problems. If in fact that occurred, and if people on the committee knew that they were receiving foreign funds or lied about the receipt of foreign funds in later or Federal Election Commission violence, a record one hundred seven million dollars was raised for Mr. Trump's inauguration. CBS news update, I'm Matt piper. KCBS news time twelve thirty to.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Sponsored by progressive insurance are match fiber prosecutor is with the federal government are looking for documents from President Trump's inaugural committee. The US attorney's office in New York is investigating allegations that the committee misspent some of the more than one hundred million dollars it raised from donations. And if those who donated got kickbacks in policy positions attorney, Laurie Levenson, they're looking for the actual records documents to show who the donors were whether they were just straw donors. Whether they really were representing foreign entities and would be a legal for them to donate these American sort of stand in their place, and what did they get in return? The inaugural committee says it will cooperate a new week brought with it more political figures calling for Virginia. Governor Ralph Northam to resign over a racist photo that appeared on his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook page. Correspondent Ed O'Keefe says if northern steps down Lieutenant just Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax takeover, but he's facing his own controversy the same website that exposed northern tier book is reporting an allegation that Fairfax sexually assaulted a woman at the two thousand four democratic national convention in Boston today, he denied assaulting her and said it was a consensual encounter. Does anybody think it's any coincidence that on the eve of potentially being elevated that's win? This uncorroborated. Smear comes out the Lieutenant governor today stoked speculation that it was the governor's team that had leaked the allegations. But a spokeswoman for the governor tells us, that's absolutely untrue. President Trump spent Monday working on his second state of the union address which is delivered Tuesday night. Correspondent Paula Reid. Reports is theme will be unity, but Democrats may not be ready to embrace the president's call for unity and bipartisanship tonight. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer described the Trump administration and the way the president governs as quote, chaos, the president and first lady have announced thirteen. Special guests of theirs for the state of the union who will be seated with MRs Trump investors in the Quadra crypto currency exchange. Have reportedly been locked out of one hundred ninety million dollars in assets after the death of its co founder and CEO. His widow says he died without sharing the password to his laptop nets. Ensure there is a special password that you need and especial key you need to access your crypto currency and traded and all that type of stuff if you don't have that you are out of luck. And if you decide that you want to give off your crypto currency to an exchange like a lot of people did in this case, then you're trusting them anyone who was wrapped up in this may have had their.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Insurance on math. Viper. It's now been ongoing for three weeks, and is officially the longest US history. Talking about the partial government shutdown which this weekend now enters a twenty second day. Correspondent Paula Reid reports that President Trump has said he has the authority to issue a national emergency, but has decided to hold off on doing. So for now, you even see members of his own party, breaking from the strategy suggesting that they should reopen the government, and then have the committee's hash out exactly how they should address. These national security concerns. There are also some concerns from his own party members about this idea of declaring a national emergency. For example, a Senator John thune. He said, look this is gonna get stopped in the court. This isn't gonna work either right now there does not seem to be any obvious path for the president to get the funding. He needs for this barrier wall. Meantime, law enforcement officials reportedly became so concerned by President Trump's behavior. In the days after he fired FBI director James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working for Russia against American interests attorney, Laurie Levenson with reaction have the FBI itself. Worrying about the president and worrying about whether he's involved in Russia and worrying about whether he can be trusted either. With regard to national security or even prior criminal offenses in response to that New York Times report White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders, said in part, unlike President Obama who let Russia and other foreign adversaries push America around President Trump has actually been going tough on Russia. CBS's Adriana has more on the man suspected of kidnapping thirteen year old Jimmy clause for the last three months after allegedly killing her parents with a thirteen year olds description of the suspect's car. Police arrested twenty one year old Jake Thomas Paterson within eleven minutes, according to authorities. He was in his car looking for her is currently being held on two counts of. I agree intentional homicide for the murder of Jamie's parents and one count of kidnapping, and what contacted the suspect have with Jamie before trying to figure out. No. But we believe that. It was very we believe there's really none. No, contact her. Parents James and Denise Kloss were found shot to death in their barren home on October fifteenth..

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"That's CBS news. Correspondent Nancy Cortes two attorneys. General filing subpoenas to get information from the Trump organization as part of a lawsuit accusing President Trump of profiting from his time in office. I'm Gary Nunn. More than thirty private entities are targeted and subpoenas filed by the attorney general of Maryland and DC Leyla law. Professor laurie. Levenson says that information revealed who would make the president squirm examples. Investments individual worse. What has been reported to the IRS the case alleges that both domestic and foreign government spending at the Trump hotel in Washington amounts to gifts to the president violating provisions of the constitution. The emoluments clause Gary Nunn, CBS news. Joe Biden says he will decide within two months whether or not to run for president. But one thing the former vice president and Delaware democratic Senator has decided is that he believes he's the most qualified person in America to be the next president seventy six year old said that on Monday while in Montana, promoting his new memoir, Biden said the current commander in chief cannot tell the truth and said, the US cannot have four more years of that. Huge selloff yesterday on Wall Street a day after huge gains on Wall Street Monday. When analysts said traders saw last weekend's trae truce between the US and China is a big positive. And then yesterday, they said it was a big negative because traders did not know what the truth met, but on a larger scale today's slump has some economists NCO's beginning to talk about the R word, Jamie diamond a CEO of J P Morgan Chase. I don't look at.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. It's Tuesday November twentieth. Twenty eighteen coming up on KCBS. I'm Jenna lane better air will mean better access to places like Muir woods and Alcatraz over the long holiday weekend. San Francisco airport looks to honor the late, Ed Lee. Good evening. I'm Jeff bell. I'm Patty rising CBS news update. A New York Times report suggests President Trump wanted to use the Justice department to go after his political adversaries it says he told then White House counsel, Don Mcgann, he wanted to see Hillary Clinton and former FBI director James Comey, prosecuted and idea that prompted White House lawyers to prepare a memo warning of consequences including possible impeachment, George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley cramps. It's not surprising to see that the president would one. Want an investigation. But it's more surprising to see that. He doesn't appreciate his limited role in that type of investigation loyal law. Professor Laurie Levenson it makes you wonder whether President Trump makes these type of moves because he doesn't know better or he doesn't care. Connecticut. Senator Richard Blumenthal says the president has contempt for the rule of law. CBS news update, I'm Pam Coulter. KCBS news time six thirty to panic and Jeff SFO plans to honor the life and legacy of late. San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee through a wall dedicated to him in the airport's international terminal KCBS Carrie Hodousek reports special committee will consider design plans for four potential locations. The committee will have until January to decide where the best places to honor late Mayor Ed Lee who died last year some potential locations are at the front of the departures hall the arrivals hall curbside near the bar entrance or in a living room zone. With more wall space. SFO director of project management. Judy Mosquera explains the departures option this proposal would imbed some plaques in the walls also in an area where passengers do often sit and many passengers walk past on the way to the checkpoint. She says the arrivals location has more of a welcoming feeling it is international arriving passengers. I view of San Francisco first entry point into San Francisco and potentially recognizing him. Here. Could be a good option mill brave. Vice mayor Wayne Lee says his hope is that the airport showcases Eglise vision of inclusiveness for all a place where people come and see that we want to be an open city to the world at SF. Oh, Carrie Hodousek. KCBS? Cisco's iconic cable cars are back in service following a five day hiatus caused by poor air quality Muny officials decided to stop service Thursday afternoon after the Iroquois. Polity index was considered very unhealthy due to all that smoke from the campfire and Butte county spokesperson says the decision to return service was made as the city's air conditions have improved last year left duals union square location closed amid a nasty dispute with the landlord now as KCBS is marquee Schaefer reports the restaurant and bar is back in much bigger at a new fisherman's wharf.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Ten fifty three on KNX Hawthorne, dad accused of intentionally driving off appearance. N P drew and killing two of his sons to collect insurance money is now facing federal fraud and ID theft charges. Judge has ordered Ali Amazon to remain behind bars, pending trial, he's awaiting arraignment. Federal prosecutors say Elma Zion light when he claimed his son's deaths were accidental and collected over two hundred and sixty thousand dollars on multiple accidental death insurance policies, he taken out on the boys. Authorities say the brothers had severe autism. They wore diapers, and we're strapped into carseats when the family's vehicle sank in the port of L A in April two thousand fifteen Elma Zion. Swam out of the car a fisherman saved. The boy's mom. It's alleged Almasy on offered police several conflicting accounts of what might have caused them to drive off the wharf and lied about having life insurance for the kids. Amazon's attorney told the court he would contest the allegation saying he was surprised there had not been state murder charges filed against his client LA county, prosecutors declined to file charges noting problems with the car. Ars breaks could make it tough to prove intentionally drove off the pier despite evidence of fraud amphotericin motive very possible that in the years since the DA's decline the sense, we're able to help more incidents. Excellent tools to do. So so you'll law professor and former federal prosecutor Laurie Levenson federal authorities can use the grand jury they have wonderful investigators including those that focused in financial fraud, and by tracing money, sometimes you can make case when others cannot Amazon is due back in court later this month. Claudia pesky Utah KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. They have held opening statements and the federal trial in New York of infamous Mexican drug Lord at escape artist, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The prosecutor portrayed him as a calculating leader of a bloodthirsty organization that smuggled tons of cocaine and other drugs into American cities goes minds attorney described him as a scapegoat for a conspiracy whose actual mastermind Brian crooked Mexican officials as high as the president. To keep his freedom..

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Unarmed he chased some shooter for many blocks confronted him and then said a word oh cool but he's got a good look at the shooter now i don't know how anyone beliefs that but that's what they presented and we went back through our students all these volunteering students and found that witness elliott singleton really indeed and he said oh i don't remember that at all he says in fact that would be crazy who would do that who would chase the shooter and so we were left with a case where we knew that something had gone terribly wrong and as you mentioned put on top of that that cash went through parole hearing after parole hearing all he had to do was say i'm sorry for what i did the man is a man of principle they said i can't say that because i didn't do it and he spent thirty four years in prison you are listening to champions of justice would tom gerardy enemy solomon in our guest today is loyal walker sir laurie levenson also joined in studio by the her client cash delano register and also by adam grant a lawyer with the loyal law school project for the innocent amy know i this is this whole story gives me such goosebumps and to be sitting here with you cash i am honesty and integrity and i can't help but wonder how did our system fall down so badly and so consistently for so many years to condemn a man that didn't deserve it and professor levinson what do you think happened here you know what i think happens is sometimes people we see what they wanna see you know yet the police very have a terrible murder they wanna solvit and so they start putting together pieces that may not be the right pieces but they think they can get the conviction any way and they don't listen they don't we we think about the fact that maybe they got it wrong you don't any one of the more remarkable things in this case is that it wasn't just the police who made mistakes we found out through one me here who was the.

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"laurie levenson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

AM 870 The Answer

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"laurie levenson" Discussed on AM 870 The Answer

"Civil lawyer who would pursue his writes his constitutional rights were violated they were violated when the police did this misconduct they were violated when these memos were hidden we don't handle that aspect of the case our job is to get people out of present but i do encourage mystery anthony and missed registered to find the good lawyers out there who will pursue this the man has to live he can't just pick up he's he got a job what more can we ask of him but how much is thirty four years of your life worth and for his mom to communal at lori it's a little different let's suppose an honest witness was mistaken yes it was iit ease the guy who did it witnesses being honest and with suppose you don't have all this other incriminating in the da's file you know it was somebody's wrongfully convicted but everybody was being honest that could be mistaken that they were being honest that's one thing on the other hand when you have the stuff that happened here that really something else that really is something us people were not being on us now you could call it intentional you could call it reckless but you cannot call it being honest with a to this man because they withheld the evidence that if it had been present it he would never had to to that time in prison so you're absolutely right tom you know noone same cheat a a small mistake happened this was compounded by many people's actions you're listening to champions of justice would andreotti and amy solomon and that was our guest morial a law professor laurie levenson head of the project for the innocent we're also joined the in studio by her client then that is the story were telling today he was thirty four years in prison after being convicted of a murder that he did not commit cash delano register and also by lawyer with the loyal a law school project for the innocent adam grant you know um i have to say about loyola it's pretty good in all that best town you know.

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