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Derek Chauvin Convicted of Murdering George Floyd
"Conviction of former police officer Derrick Show, Vin. Murder and manslaughter charges. A jury took a little more than 10 hours to find Children guilty of second degree murder, Third degree murder and second degree manslaughter. ABC News senior legal correspondent Sunny Hostin. This was highly unusual. I mean, it's always clear to prosecutors that quick verdict of fact, fast verdict really hints at an agreement journey for George Floyd's family. Ben Crump, we framed this moment. For all of us, not just for George floor. This is a victory for those who championed humanity over inhumanity. President Biden says the conviction can be a giant step forward for the nation in the fight against systemic racism. He calls on the Senate to pass a police reform bill okay by the House and named for Floyd. So far it is deadlocked in the Senate. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News Now here's what's happening
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"Right. The buffalo bills are looking ross. Fuck they lookin. Strong played them and they beat us and i still think we could beat them. Look i think when we're on our shit and we got everyone healthy right now. We got people that we don't we get done Back when our defense and everything. I'm gonna be real bad. I think often better than stefan. He's bye-bye that's my boy but they're fucking receivers can't fuck with come on man with a bomb in let calf disley hollister. You'll we got some. We got fucking weekend of action. You chris carson look good highs looking. Good i mean. We beat him and by the way for tonight's game i liked the browns plus three in the match up against the ravens Lessee was really good. And i wanna know who do you guys think. We'll get the sneakers chain. this week. I leave a comment on the b. b. p. i g. page all right. Go to the ben baller pod. I page and leave a comment on who you think should win this niggers chain. I go to latest pod and do it last time you guys actually pixel and pick us shit i and he He deserved mba. Preseason started and i actually don't really go. Fuck old lakers. Kind of did their thing. But you'll katie. And carrie came out for ten minutes. And they came out banging heavy k. So you know brooklyn is going to be a problem this season but the lakers take it. I'm not trying to hear shit from nobody right Lamelo he looked solid The team is you know little suspect. But he looked solid right. He's going to be exciting to watch. I can't wait for the actual season to start right some weird scheduling right now with the back to back teams where we fucking play the same team twice in within the two days or something so i don't know and we are going to start doing mybookie basketball beds to sure re-signed with them so stay tuned for that but i think i'm going to have to hit a houston rockets. Game versus the lakers. Of course they play next month as might be little soon. Not sure if. I can get the vaccine in time definitely going in. I'm going to be sitting courtside with my bro- washington hope speaking of washington. Ho i hope you guys watched house of hope. I finished the entire season. In fact all three of us me. Miles jordan aka the dust brothers. We finished the season alright. Not that it was good. My wife shia. I dunno math. I really hurt my wife. Likes fucking paul girl. Fuck queens candidate. And i wanna handmaid's tale and all that type of shit all the fucking we're fucking women. Were all in fucking curly dresses on its show. But she was like you are really relate to washington's wife. How no that's a good thing right in washington's off the chain on you know i'm spam pretty chill but i thought the show was good. Does real good solid season. You know what i mean. I want to see more. I definitely hope. There's a season two because if there's a season to i'm pretty sure you're going to see your boy. Make a cameo appearance on that motherfucker. i do get at tina. Antena is gonna come with the podcast. She's just off the hook. She's fucking hilarious Fucking loves crow at she is just great may put a camera on her. And she's fucking hilarious. I can't wait to start interviewing people in person to dish. It is like just you know the fucking zoom calls her. This know man The only other show. I watch us weekend. Was ghost obviously Episode seven the most latest starting to get pretty solid right Tariq istar is starting to get pretty good. It's things are starting to heat up thing method. Man is doing his thing acting wise. You'll this is again. The spin off to power. And i don't know there's really nothing else that's interesting to watch i've tried. I've tried to buy everything by an old shit. Please send me new movie suggestions k. I need something to watch. I don't necessarily want to get into a show again. Chata semi new movie suggestions. A lotta them a lotta times. I might have seen it but still send me some suggestions. Please i took the kids weekend to six flags magic mountain and Magic mountain was my all time favorite amusement park. Going up like man asked so many memories. Like i never had a bad time there. In a never the out the duration of time that went to magic mountain every single except for like i went tigers son's birthday like two years ago and they had fucking separate me and black china was a fucking bad mess. I'm talking about up. Till i was like twenty something like you. I was always broke. I never had no money as a kid and everything else like. He got twenty bucks. We sit there and just you know we. That's it you know. You drink water from the motherfucker water fountain you. Don't you spend your money to fucking bad and it was just. I just never had a bad time. I can't wait to my kids old enough to start actually going on the real rides to the park is fully closed down right now but what they're doing survive right now as they turn the park the entire fucking park which people walked with everything they turned it into a christmas light show parade social distance. You are driving.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller
"My question is i mean so okay so you think they just have a good chance of finding this because it is ridiculous. I think hassle fighting if the other thing to keep in mind in a fed case like that the years are big but the feds look at a lot of different things that go into sentencing. And so if there's full payment to all victims of these crimes and the feds recover one point five million dollars in restitution for all the victims. That's one factor that weighs against lower sentences. Because we've you know people have paid for this lost people have been compensated. Bemis less jail time for whoever ultimately is culpable so. That's one thing that every defendant in this case needs to look at that. Listen if everybody doesn't have knowledge of what happened. Then everybody's not guilty and if somebody did do this and they're willing to stand up and take the blame and pay this off. Might not be a lotta years for him right. Listen i know you went for bill. Hearing did he get bail. Got bail so the way that works is he got charged in massachusetts in him and a number of other people got charged massachusetts. But they were all over the country when they get charged. So you don't actually just show up in massachusetts what will happen. Is you basically just report to your local authorities. I mean best practices. You reports your local federal You know judicial district. Basically in her case he was in kelly's it was in la so he reported to the authorities and then what they do. Is they take you to the closest federal courthouse. So in his case central district california. He went into that courthouse and the judge there gave him his initial bond hearing and they set the bond at that time. I think it was like twenty five thousand cash. A fifty thousand dollar bond. So that means he would have come up with twenty five thousand cash given to the court for the fifty thousand dollar bonds. He goes to a bondsman. Gives the bondsman. Some sort of percent. Some collateral bondsman gives him that bond. He gives that paper the court. Now he's out and then they put a bunch of other conditions on him and this was interesting. 'cause what happened is that judge in california gave him to bond. He's good he's out then a couple of weeks later. He has his first hearing with his new judge massachusetts. So when you had that first hearing with the new judge massachusetts the government's like oh maybe we should increase the bond and it's like why exactly and this is trying to squeeze on. They want if because if they could put more restrictions on them then he doesn't wanna fight the case so they tried to squeeze them they're like oh yeah. We need up that bond amount. I thought that really hurt the government's argument when they made that argument. Like wow do they realize how stupid they sound accusing a guy who makes over a million dollars a year. Rapper i mean they sound but whatever they they made that argument make another arguments. They're like yeah. We gotta make sure this guide us we because he has a medical marijuana card in california and again. I actually started government. Say to statement in court and then the the judge had to kind of finish their sentences how it went so does do it as trying to argue like yeah i need you judge to tell her absolutely one hundred percent that there's no marijuana use judge it could be a little unclear you know. He has a medical marijuana card and the laws and the at this point. the prosecutor starts fumbling. He doesn't even know how to explain it because he couldn't believe what he was asking for. Right he's i. Like i mean he couldn't get the words out he was like you know we need to clarify it and the judge clarified. She's like right because it's legal in california and massachusetts right and he's like right. Yeah so we need to clarify that point and so you know i mean it's it's the classic squeeze case. They're trying to put as much heat and pressure on him as they can stand tall. So who the fuck else is in trouble right now. And hip hop ma'am ma'am we got a bogey got arrested in new jersey wasted. Did it didn't get shot but what happened. I don't know man but the crazy thing about that case what they got him on right now as they did a search warrant right so anytime you get a search warrant. First thing you lawyers gonna do. If you've got a good lawyer. You can afford to have to do with the challenge the basis for that warrant. That did the cops ever really have enough evidence to go and get a warrant in the first place right. then let's say to warrant as good. What did they have them on. They found him with some guns and weapons in some wheat. You could kinda defend. That's not my guns or you know just in the house and never possessed them outside or you know whatever whatever the case might be the. We'd you could argue that us. Hey man you guys new jersey just made we constitutional so what's up by still giving me flack on this and you know the government will say. Oh but we haven't put that line so effect yet. It comes into effect sometime. Whatever whatever so boogie will play that game with good moyer's he'll be all right but here's the question. Then are those guns dirty man now. You people don't come with search warrants when they know the whole story they come with search warrants when they have part of the story and they're trying to get more of it and any time. You see a search warrant results in seizure of firearms. You gotta ask yourself where those firearms going to be to. I've had a search warrant coming against me bro. Had amino know everything else in their fucked. My turn attorney got him. You know like shit. They had to return all my shit fucking What's supposed to what my boy meli man any news on him. Ship 'em melis going to go to trial. I think. I think we're gonna see in the next year. One of hip hops biggest and brightest stars low trial on double murder charges. How about that sticks gonna be televised just going to be crazy down like a dog. I mean didn't he kind of central himself in admit that he did it or is he my take on that case people who watch my channel. I've always seeing that. This case to me is very very relatable recognizable to people who understand the other hats. Okay if you've seen the streets if you understood how it operates if you understand the mentality of someone who comes from the streets then you understand that when you're involved in a shooting and the police pull up and they start asking you questions you stories not always gonna come out straight right hesitation in answering the police's questions and there's gonna be some. There's going to be all types of inconsistencies. Frankly all right and that's just that's just what it is bro. that's just human nature. If i grew up in the place where wind w meli grew up if i grew up in a place where he was tremendous. Distrust of law enforcement grew up in a place where have regularly heard stories of a guy who never done nothing and one day the cops came and pulled up and put them in the back and we. Acn him since you think. I'm answering every detectives questions fully openly and honestly a few hours after hours in the vicinity of shooting. You know i hear you. I mean dude. This weird men do me for some jewelry. Like i'm just like you in jio. Brian damning me but anyways go go on. I'm sorry so look. I get it. I totally get why. The investigators continued this investigation into the two gentlemen who have currently been charged wine. Wwl wyan w portland. However you know what i don't appreciate in cases like this when these investigators start looking at someone they stop looking at anyone else they stop theorizing anything else. Because as you said bank human nature what is it is to win. And what's the win here. At this point the win is not finding the true killers or finding the truth of what happened the winners to fucking nail. These guys on their inconsistent statements. That's all they're trying to do. Yeah so let me ask you a question about bobby schmertz supposed to use supposed to get out. What do you have was a parole. I forgot what was it. Bail parole right and then they got a parole hearing and you know his issue was he didn't have a stellar record of behavior in jail. Now i don't know how many of your listeners have been to jail but it can be somewhat tough to be on your best behavior in the penitentiary all right now. It's not it's not like you keep head down and everything's gonna be alright so you know. They denied that man parole. They did it. Based on the fact of documented instances of him getting into you issues while he was incarcerated. And it's it's tough to argue that from the parole hearing but you know the bigger perspective the wider perspective. There is.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WTOP
"I'm Mitchell Miller, a Vatican report gives a new timeline for abuse allegations against Theodore McCarrick. I'm Nakai Nelly. Wall Street is mixed The Dow up 79 NASDAQ Down to 20 for the S and P down 21. W T O p a 10 31 happening out there. Sour. The US Supreme Court is hearing arguments from Republican led states and the Trump administration that want to overturn the affordable care act. This is the third major fight over the 10 year old law that's being heard by the U. S. Supreme Court, CBS News chief Legal correspondent Jan Crawford says with the addition of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett Supreme Court now has a conservative majority of 6 to 3. You got three new justices appointed by President Trump. So there is tremendous concerns that this court might be a differently putting, you know insurance coverage in jeopardy for millions of people. The decision is expected by late spring. Meantime, President elect Job Wagon will be delivering a speech on the Affordable Care act later today, he's expected to talk about the steaks for families across the country if the Trump administration is successful in overturning the Affordable Care Act, a signature measure of the Obama Biden administration. The court ruled eight years ago to leave the essential components of the law intact. But the court, of course, is now controlled by a conservative majority after President Trump's appointment of Justice Amy Cockney Barrett will be covering developments from the court throughout the day. Right here on W GOP.
Trump: Separated children were "so well taken care of"
"A fact check on tonight's debate. No shortage of work for our friend and in-house Counsel Ari, Melber host of the six PM Eastern. Our on this network also happens to be our chief legal correspondent. So it's kind of in his title but Ari I. I was thinking of you during the event not knowing quite where I'd start if I were you but go ahead. Thank you Brian Good to be with you. There was more star with as you say, because this was quite frankly a more audible debate there was more back and forth between the candidates whatever you thought of it, and a big thing we want to start with on policy and law which some of our anchors of have touched on already is that exchange about child separation and immigration. Basically, the president was trying imply that the previous administration, where, of course Joe Biden Vice President had the same or a similar policy and that's not true. We'll put some of the data up here regarding child separation under the trump administration you. Have this three thousand children separated from their parents as mentioned, five hundred and forty five children have parents who are still essentially at large as far as the US. Government's concerned as four. What the Obama Administration did they had family detention centers they had harsh exploitation policy which were controversial but a key distinction here what makes trump's claim false? They did not as policy target families for
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WTOP
"Appeals court judge Mrs PICK for the vacancy created by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsberg. In her opening remarks, Judge Barrett detail why she accepted the nomination chose to accept the nomination because I believe deeply and the rule of law. In the place of the Supreme Court in our nation. CBS News chief Legal correspondent Jan Crawford joined us earlier with reaction from today's proceedings. Well, we just heard opening statements today and in many ways I thought the hearing today with the opening statement was almost more about November 3rd in the election of President Trump, then about Amy Kuney Barrett, her digital philosophy and how she would be a justice. I mean, they took the Democrats 10. Democrats on the committee took aim at President Trump his handling of the Corona virus and then turn the tables to the Republicans on the committee, calling Senator Leahy said, you know a shameless for him them to be holding these hearings in the middle of a pandemic. Over and over. We heard the other at the front of their attack. Being about the affordable care act on how Americans are obviously concerned about their health because of the crown of ours. But now the prospect with the Supreme Court taking up the case next month on the affordable care act, the prospect that Barrett could provide a key vote to dismantle that. So while these senators were apparently getting kind of political in terms of what they're looking for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett did talk about her philosophy a little in her opening statements. Jan. Can you address that? She did, and there was one line that really struck out for me when she was talking about Justice Scalia, Of course, she had worked for him as a law clerk after she graduated from law school, and she said, You know Maur than the style of his writing, which, of course, he was famous for just this colorful, frayed and that kind of brilliance of his writing. It was the content of justice Scalia's reasoning that shaped me. His judicial philosophy was straightforward, suggesting, as she has said that she would be adjusted very much in the mold of justice Scalia. That, of course, is a 1 80 turn from Justice Ginsburg, who did not see the law, the Constitution at all like Justice Scalia, So I think that that would give senators tomorrow when they began the questions of Judge Barrett. Openings to talk about how she would rule as the justice differently with that philosophy of justice Scalia, then Justice Ginsburg. The Justice issue, of course, is replacing with the composition of the court at stake. If she's confirmed, that would mean A solid 6 to 3 Conservative majority. And that is Jan Crawford. She is CBS News. A legal correspondent 6 14. Joann thought she had tried.
Breaking down the VP debate between Mike Pence and Kamala Harris
"Comma Harris and Mike. Pence came face to face though through plexiglass for the first and only vice presidential debate of this cycle the barriers, twelve feet of distance between the candidates, all reminders of the pandemic that has upended the campaign, the White House our entire country as well as what's at stake in this election. The. American. People have witnessed what is the greatest failure of any presidential administration as the very first the President. Donald Trump has put the health of America first they knew they covered it up. The president said, it was a hoax. China is to blame for the coronavirus. President trump is not happy about it. Joe Biden has been very clear. He will not raise taxes on anybody who makes less than four hundred thousand Sunday here peel the trump tax cuts. Let's vice president speaking. Speaking. We have seen a pattern with this administration, which is they don't believe in science climate is changing. We'll follow the science. Are you Joe Biden going to pack the court if Joe Jamie CONYBEARE is confirmed American people are voting right now and it should be their decision. About who will serve on this most important body for a lifetime we need reform of our policing in America and our criminal justice system, which is why Joe and I will immediately ban choke holes and karate Geor-, George. Floyd alive today if we did that, there's no excuse for what happened to George Floyd. Justice will be served. But there's also no excuse for the rioting and looting that followed, we will not let anyone subvert our democracy with what Donald Trump has been doing as he did on the debate stage last week when again in front of seventy million people. He openly. Attempted to suppress the vote president trump and are fighting every day in court houses to prevent. Joe Biden Kamla from change in the rules and creating this universal mail in voting little create a massive opportunity for voter fraud. Again it is bracing to hear a sitting vice president talk about efforts to combat mail in voting during a pandemic. But that's policy for help and separating some of the fact from fiction that we heard tonight. During this debate, we are joined by our friend, Ari Melber host of the six PM Eastern our on this very network also happens to be our chief legal correspondent Ari. There was a lot there. There was a lot there in as you and others have covered Ryan. We heard more of it more audible and civil debate, which is good for voters good for civics because their claims and we're GONNA. Go through a couple of them. Briefly here was vice president pence making a claim which may sound to you like a stretch take a look. Our air and land or cleaner than any time ever recorded our water is among the cleanest in the world. Fact check false indeed during the pendency of the trump administration. To pick one example, the air quality has been fifteen percent worse more on healthy over the past two years. You can see that here with some background, the Associated Press. Now, we'll move forward on CO VID vice president pence was often trying to basically turn things back against the Obama administration's record. One of the things he mentioned may have struck out too many people was this claim that there were sixty million cases of swine flu in the previous administration, and as you can see right here, that is true. So he gets partly true on this claim. Had He stopped there he'd. Be Fine Brian but then the vice president went on to argue that somehow if you apply the virus death toll right now, the swine flu, you'd have even more death under the Obama Administration bit of a Hypothetical Hypothetical Bank shot also, not true they have different fatality rates and some medical experts have pointed out it is also a bit of a stretch to take your own administrations death-ray, which is higher than any other developed democracies and then project that through math hypothetically on a different pandemic that was less deadly third, and finally because I want to keep it moving Brian I did have this moment that really jumped out take a look. Let's talk about respecting the American people. You respect the American people when you tell them the truth, you respect the American people when you have the courage which we've leaders. Which we've always done the claim there from a representative of the trump pence administration that is a big giant false indeed. The Washington. Post and other fact checkers have found that Donald Trump tells more lies and falsehoods than any president in either party in history to count is over twenty thousand,
Tide Accused of Inflating Number of Kids Rolling in Mud Puddles
"Tied may be in some hot water today and I'm not talking about the kind your washing machine. According to the FCC, the popular detergent brand has spent decades knowingly over inflating the number of Americans, whose children roll around in mud puddles before returning inside the house. And now the FCC is taking the brand to court charging that the detergent company also used full statistics and advertising that painted children constantly standing in their clothes and clumsily spilling. Spilling food all over themselves all in an effort to lure millions into buying their products for more on this, we're joined by OPR chief legal correspondent, Marcy, Hammond, or see, what can you tell us about this? Pending lawsuit between the FCC and tied Hi Leslie or the lawsuit argues the detergent company knowingly trick the public into believing hard to clean messes and spills were a daily occurrence that would ruin. Parents lives with the help of tides. Tides fast acting stain removing power the FCC says this false narrative created a climate of scarcity in which consumers felt compelled to stockpile is many tied products as possible to prepare for the looming threat of their children's spilling, a jug of cranberry juice, more squeezing ketchup, perfectly white jumper,
Brett Kavanaugh facing calls for impeachment amid misconduct accusation
"The controversy over Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh as we've been reignited by an accusation against Cavanagh from back in his college days that was just made public CBS news chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford tells us didn't take long for battle lines to be drawn the allegation of misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh at a college party set off a firestorm democratic presidential candidates call for impeachment president trump tweeted Cavanaugh should start suing people for libel the incident was detailed in the New York times from a new book by two of the paper's reporters according to a Yale classmate of Kavanaugh's he exposed himself to a woman while at a college party in the nineteen eighties but late Sunday the times issued a clarification the female student declined to be interviewed and friends say she does not recall the
Florida man threatens neighbors with nunchucks and bug spray, but only injures himself
"Police say they arrested a Florida man is accused of threatening his neighbors with none shocks and bug spray before force cutting his own head when he accidentally Daytona beach police spokesman says sixty one year old Larry Adams complained about his neighbors loud music coming from a car in the parking lot of their day to an apartment complex police say Adam sprayed for his neighbors with Roach spray and swung his none shocks in a threatening manner before hitting himself he is charged with aggravated assault and battery of the deadly weapon now let me ask you is are as our legal correspondent he likes and also again from my hometown right what is going on in Deltona Daytona Daytona what Deltona just west of okay so you get three stories from my home county right right he's charged with aggravated assault and battery with a deadly weapon but he hid himself can you get charge now I think it is probably a typo for the aggravated assault gas to threaten the people what the nine tracks on okay hit the other person and got it I don't know I don't have anything the other person in any in there the only the only injured was himself again non lawyers writing sorry against yeah I mean out of all the weapons those you could easily see somebody xoxo swing in those around him and bug spray
"legal correspondent" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Ownership opportunities. They look at investments they wanna make in the community in. That is a major issue with we dealt with over the last eight years, and it will be a major issue in the four years going forward. Mccarthy I elected in two thousand eleven reelected in two thousand fifteen attorney generally embar says he's working to make as much of the Mona report public as he can NBC news legal correspondent, Pete Williams says bars following the rules that are set forth. The attorney general under the special counsel rules is required to produce exactly zero to the public. So everything the bar is doing here is beyond. What is required to do by the special counsel regulations in a house hearing today bar said, he's still working on reactions involving confidential material noted he hopes to release the redacted report within a week bar stressed special counsel, Robert Muller played no role in crafting his for paid summary to congress last month. Democrats demanding. Report without reductions full star Laurie Lachlan and her husband being formally indicted by a federal grand jury in the major college admission scandal US attorney's office in Boston says the couple are more than a dozen other parents and are more than a dozen other parents face charges of conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud and digital kind of conspiracy to commit money laundering. This comes after fellow. Actress Felicity Huffman, thirteen other people agreed to plead guilty in the scandal. As yesterday Lachlan husband are accused of paying a half million dollars in bribes to get their two daughters in the university of southern California as crew athletes..
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Slate's Double X Gabfest
"That. And that's going to have ramifications for them whenever they try to get a job or seek medical attention for anything not just religious transition, but just going. The doctor's office and wondering whether you will be given care. That's that's huge. Let's damaging. Oh, well, thank you for saying that it's it's now, you know, you lay it out. And I it's like I think the struggle of being being able to feel how you internally feel like being able to sort of like the the kind of great effort takes to be able to confirm that like, it's an effort. You know, it's a medical effort. Like you said, it's a it's a psychological effort. It's a family effort effort on your community, Scott whole lot of work. So I see what you're saying to have that kind of like like to have the fuck you come from government. I I never liked to have. I'm doing all this work. And then people are still saying, nah, not enough like that. That's ox. Well, not just people. I mean, I think that's like people who federal laws affect healthcare. I'm sure like pour Mon gender reassignment surgery, all really, expensive and complicated. And it's it's like not just metaphorical. Right. Right. And you know, these these stunts that were set by the government in the first place, the that you need to, you know, say beyond testosterone for twelve months and have surgery in order to change your marker from F to M on your ID. And you know, there are people who go through the old of that. And then to to reach the end of it and be told psych. Yeah. That's that's cruel. Yeah. Yeah. No, it is just to. I'm not I'm not trying to be all like end on positive note. But I'm gonna end. Which is just the last thing like, you know, Alex, or anyone is there any, you know. Lambda legal defense funds have have sort of pointed out in the press recently like you can't do this because there are actually solid legal protections that have put into place. I just wanna know your opinion about that. Like how far have we come legally? Is there any definitive sort of Roe v? Wade type thing that the supreme court is considering like like what it is there any sort of stake in the ground either already in place or coming that that that that sort of works against what the Trump administration is trying to do. I was just gonna say Mark Joseph stern who is slates legal correspondent extraordinaire, actually, really good piece that sort of laid out the judicial precedent, and what the courts have had to say about whether or not just from nation against transpeople constitutes discrimination on the basis of sex or sex stereotyping and overwhelmingly the courts have concluded that it does. So there is some hope in terms of if this comes to pass it can be. For in the courts. But of course, it would be preferable. If it's a DOD before it got that four. Yeah. Okay. Well, we will all hope Alex, you were fabulous. Thank you so much for coming on the air joining us. Thanks for having me. Yeah. Finding the right person can make a huge impact on your business. That's why it's so important to find the right person. But how do you find that individual you could try posting on job boards? But can be really sure that the right person will see your job. Instead, find the person who will help you.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The date the location helsinki finland the announcement coming in coordination this white house and the kremlin hitting send if you will on the paper statement simultaneously announcing it to the world that statement which is just two sentences long the white house says the two plan to discuss relations between the two nations along with some national security issues national security advisor john bolton's ben in moscow this week holding talks to lay out these plans for this upcoming summit meantime in washington the push to replace retiring supreme court justice anthony kennedy appears to already be in high gear president trump says you'll mmediately begin the selection process to find a successor for kennedy was considered to be a critical swing vote on that court he says he plans to choose the nominee off list of conservative jurists that he compiled last year cbs chief legal correspondent jan crawford reports that president or the president's list includes some women i think we really should take a look at it and they're considering to bring in for an interview with the president and that's amy coney barrett she's a former notre dame law professor recently confirmed to the federal appeals court so she may be in waiting for that next nomination because remember two of these justices on the supreme court right now are going to be over eighty years old this year and they're both liberals justice ginsburg's eightyfive another potential nominee has some strong ties to massachusetts the globe reports thomas hardiman who's a federal appeals judge in pennsylvania hails from waltham his father was headed up a taxi and school transportation company and hardiman himself was a taxi driver and dispatcher back in the late eighties back in twenty seventeen after justice antonin scalia died hardman was apparently one of the front runners to fill that vacant seat but another appeals court judge neil gorsuch of course was eventually chosen for the nomination over to sports now where the red sox wrap up their series with the angels tonight at fenway brian johnson pitching for boston putting the lineup in place of steven wright on the ten day disabled list socks will be assured of at least a tie with the yanks for first heading into the weekend series in the bronx more from ben parker now on the ticket dot com sports studio the red sox.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"To have faith in them and also reason to be realistic dolly lift where legal correspondent and senior editor for slates and always voice of reason thank you my friend in q have you here all right much more had stay with us let me read you something on may fifth this year just after midnight a thirty seven year old woman named anna and her fiveyearold son tried to cross the us mexico border they were caught speak scaling offense in el paso they spent the night in a holding cell at the us border patrol station with other mothers and children about twenty five people in all on the after noon of their second day in detention to male agents entered the cell they didn't say anything on a said they just walked over and grabbed my son it felt like he was stuck to me he clung to me cried and screamed they had to pull him away she pleaded with the agents to tell her what was going on the other women in the cell were too stunned to speak then in the next few hours the agents started taking the other children too nearly six weeks later on has not seen her fiveyearold son shortly after the border patrol agents took him she signed a voluntary departure order which fast tracked her for deportation she thought that signing would allow her to see her son sooner instead she was charged with the legal entry she was moved to new mexico a few days then she was moved back to texas yesterday in texas at an immigration processing facility in el paso is now waiting to be deported she met a reporter for the new yorker magazine named jonathan blitzer who wrote this story quote during the first twelve days that she spent in federal custody on a had no idea where her five year old son was she stopped eating she could barely sleep she cried constantly no one could give any information about her child she did not have a lawyer to help her press the point by the time she arrived at the ice facility and el paso on may eighteenth she had become so upset that she had trouble speaking jonathan blitzer reports quote on a seemed dazed she told me i don't care if they deport me what hurts me is my son i need to be with him jonathan blitzer at the new yorker is the same reporter who yesterday was first to report that there are in fact no government procedures there no official procedures in place for giving the kids back after the trump administration has forcibly taken them away from their parents again remember they're doing this at a rate of about seventy kids per day now they're taking seventy kids no plans to give them back no procedures to make sure they give them back jonathan blitzer was first to report that in the national press but it's actually been hiding in plain sight it's absence is evident in plain sight if you look at the new homeland security step by step guide that they've just released for parents whose kids have been seized from them because of this new trump administration policy you can see the document here next steps for families and if you need the extra gut punch they include a little imagery of apparent holding a child's hand since they're not allowing that anymore but but this is their new guide quote step one you're currently in the custody of the us department of homeland security customs and border protection you've been charged with the crime of illegal entry into the united states step to within the next forty eight hours you will be transferred to the custody of the us justice department and we'll be presented before judge for having violated this law while this process is occurring your child or children will be transferred to the us department of health and human services where your child will be held in a temporary chide child shelter or hosted by a foster family and then finally this is the last bit dhs.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Go out and willingly say something on national television that you've done this this and this on this date there's a little bit of legal jeopardy and you might wanna be aware of that so i turn them down i said no i'm hoping that by me turning them down that there's no way they're going to talk about me on the t on good morning america and the today show because i know my parents watch good morning america they watch it like your parents i don't know maybe they have something they do everyday my parents every day they watch good morning america so i'll be damned if i was gonna end up on good morning america i was like there's no way i'm going to do that that's to that morning mceniry tape good morning america that's my partner at the time we tape good morning america we tape a few other shows is because we wanna know what's happening and i see that they've decided to play my testimony on good morning america instead of having an interview with me they used lisa bloom who has become a famed defense attorney but she was a legal correspondent at the time for court tv and that's how they got in my testimony on good morning america they needed somebody to talk about it and they use lisa bloom to do it so they basically played all the fun parts of my testimony and that's what got out so once that happened it was over there was no way for me to avoid this anymore all of my friends found out about it all my relatives found out about it my parents found out about it i knew that they did i got a call from my mom at eleven o'clock that day and my mom said brand i said hey mom she goes how are you doing i'm like oh my.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Mixergy
"On book launch like that's not national newspaper nice was some humongous book saying something really gutsy to change the course of your career there talk about what that is and well i the bb many paper yes i was working at legal correspondent for years and i decided i really want a business journalist i wanted to write all that startups on nor ship technology i begged the are science let me change sections they wouldn't let me they want to continue to be democrats reporting from the courts and i handed in my notice i left yard signs actually very day 'cause like being there a good two years i had really good friends there i really didn't want to leave was an excellent salary at but i laughed and i went to another occasion and even got a card from everyone ida range going away party everything but eventually i came back a week later in business journalist with our sites a week later throws that always which you left you said i'm leaving under protest you guys are not taking me seriously i'm out of here you got everyone to send you go away cards and then did you just walk back in week later and say actually you should give me another job wasn't a week later on the phone to me they said i could move i don't think they really thought it will actually going to leave and when i did leave i think than they realized actually they meet me because i the once once you left they said they felt like you were more valuable than they realized and they called you back and they gave you the job that you wanted.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"What are her damages i can't figure out the damages part of this sensual x and then she was paid some money to not talk about it and now she suing but where the damages i don't think she's got any damage whether the claimed damage parking lot of the bombing yoga class yeah but i don't think that's part of the fact i'm almost positive that's not in the lawsuit i haven't read it that's the lawsuit i don't think that threats in the lawsuit jerrycan double choice but i don't think it's well amateurs this is a good tease to getting ahmeti in here to ask him these questions we get him in here i look you know every turney thought he seems like a douchebag i like michael he's a good guy well he's definitely has certitude nice both were in the front of the certitude line i was taking a nap in the high grass with my line france we're lying taking a we were alive and you guys were in their first second helping us certitude well look michael has certainly taken the bull by the hordes in this because he's got babe recognition now that and he's got a i mean looks good on tv i very telegenic as he speaks well guy could be sitting in a chair at cnn legal correspondent right round table sunday morning he could he's also he also shares a finnity for the race car track like you do i heard he ran at lhamo so i wouldn't have many you would talk to him about the law i would talk about law mom a la la.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The water if you're looking over the road there will be regarded here for the first time i've seen the wall even move the cracker full is that the ocean and that concerns you can serve because if i lose at he will probably whose white house for the ocean the fire department just informed us said another chunk of the sea wall just brokaw and that is racing even more concern tonight jeff dimarco morgan tenuous situation there along the coast the storm is expected to move out overnight philadelphia new york and boston will end up with a round of half a foot of slushie snow inland areas in higher elevations could get as much as two feet from this storm and more snow could be on the horizon for next week the last full week of winter the legal battle between the president and a former adult film star escalated today she has filed a lawsuit seeking permission to talk about an alleged affair with mr trump his legal team denies the affair and so she needs to follow in nondisclosure agreements are chief legal correspondent jan crawford has more on this now jan well jeff i mean the president's personal lawyer actually tried to head off this lawsuit and keep ms daniels from talking it get a temporary restraining order last week through private arbitration that he says and mother things blocked her from filing it the white house says that proves the president has prevailed the her lawyer told cbs news moments ago that those claims are quote ludicrous when allegations of an affair a decade ago between the president and a former porn star became news earlier this year did you have a poor relationship with donald trump stormy daniels went on a late night television and said her lips were sealed and you have a nondisclosure agreement to why deals now wants to talk in the lawsuit she says that quote hush agreement is not binding because mr trump never signed it daniels alleges she started an intimate relationship with.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"In the case of two women who was sexually assaulted by the black cab rapist john wall boys they claimed the metropolitan police's failure to properly investigate their allegations amounted to inhuman and degrading treatment his all legal correspondent clive coleman the two women were sexually assaulted by wall boys in two thousand and three in two thousand and seven but when they reported the attacks to the police they weren't believed as a result of the police failures wall boys was able to continue to attack women until he was brought to justice in two thousand nine the high court and court of appeal ruled the police had a duty under the human rights act to investigate serious violence against women and could be held accountable in the courts if they failed in that duty the women who both suffered psycologically were awarded forty one thousand pounds in total which they'll keep in any event but the met supported by the then home secretary theresa may appeal to the supreme court arguing that its duty was fulfilled simply by having practices and procedures to investigate in place a report on the death of a vulnerable teenage prisoners says his life might have been saved if staff hadn't taken almost forty minutes to respond to an emergency alarm the eighteen year old man who was from lithuania died three days after being found hanged in his cell at ones with prison in london in november 2016 his our home affairs correspondent donny shore the report by the prisons ombudsman described the case of as valdas pajares as a polling and tragic mr pat gary's have been arrested in britain for stealing sweets he was suspected of theft and robbery in lithuania and was imprisoned at once with pending his extradition the report identified serious failings in the way prison in healthcare staff dealt with the teenager including carrying out assessments without a translator msrp a gear is try to harm himself using liggett his five times during the three months while he was in jail on the day he hanged himself he had rung the bell in his cell to alert staff but it took them thirty seven minutes to respond by which time he was unconscious the national farmers union will choose its new leader today and for the first time in.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The dnc through an illegal conspiracy to um uh to defraud people in various ways i know you're not a legal correspondent near the russia watcher uh but he has opinion about this well i i think a lot of what we're talking about in in this realm is political as opposed two legal in nature and for that we have to watch to seek the republican party does love what looked bob muller comes up with but i think i mean the point of the art article was in not was not to show collusion or that any crimes had occurred it was to present this new piece of the puzzle but you something like that piece of the puzzle she certainly presents collusion between donald trump junior and by implication by some of his actions that you report on after these twitter exchanges donald trump's senior pollution between the trumps and wikki leaks to disseminate information from stolen emails that russia has its hand in uh having stolen so i mean you are demonstrating collusion just by reporting the facts as they now present themselves or am i missing something now we are not and we all learned recently about trump jr central role also in setting up that meeting last june between.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was revealed the meeting last with donald trump concern close paul manafort well russian uh dangle does it on hillary clinton um some when some saying we didn't collude to collusion isn't a crime so as msnbc chief legal correspondent when is collusion a crime and lin isn't it collusion is a catchall word where you we're seeing people used to refer to the idea that there was a coordinated effort to impact the election with a foreign power the underlying crimes that fit into that would be conspiracy is the federal crime if you and other people work in a concerted effort to gather a conspiracy to violate the law and the underlying law could be uh criminal hacking because we know that was hacked emails uh it could be violation of campaign finance law because there are federal felony for getting a thing of value or money from any foreigner from any country even of friendly countries let alone russia so the way that this works is bob moeller is scouring every federal law on point his job is not to exaggerate and overreach his job is not to ignore his job is to look at those plane laws like the ones i just mentioned and others and then see what he finds if you find two or more people involved in it you have conspiracy or sometimes you know everyone knows they're mafia movies some of your recall racketeering and you build a case from there so if all timidly what's found is for example financial improprieties say paul manafort as alleged uh ultimately did hide tax funds or did uh have off the record payments and then no one else was involved and russia wasn't necessarily involves well okay than you have an individual being brought up on an individual type charge whereas if you have a larger conspiracy that affects the election or as i mentioned earlier government activity sanctions that cetra but then you have a whole the whole field of crime so collusion has become a catchall i don't think it's misleading i think we often have casual words that are easier than the legal words but the underlying case will either be made on multiple people collaborating in a conspiracy to commit federal crimes or not and one thing i always say bri wanna talk about these things i hope you don't mind the the.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on 1947: The Meet the Press Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen we invite you to meet the meet the party the press in the 1940s seven the meet the press podcast one of the hallmarks of the trump presidency is early days yes we're still in the early days of the trump presidency is the legal chaos that seems to constantly pile up at the white house whether comes from the multiple ongoing rush investigations in the lowering up that comes with that from confusion created by the president's tweets or from litigious habit leftover from his life in real estate lawyers never seem to be far away from the president so why not spend a little bit of time next guest which of course is msnbc's chief legal correspondent ari melber and these days avenue viewers of meet the press daily no that ari is the host of a new show the beat with ari melo which airs at six eastern right after meet the press daily ari welcome the 1940s have thank you and love being your neighbour check it's nice to have welcomed in the neighborhood at they said so before we get into all those legal questions at i promise let's talk about you the person seattle washington i have to say i bet you a lotta people wouldn't say oh he's a north west guy he's from the northwest and might have had you from the east coast how'd you think steve's brother a lotta people think armies coast of the whole variety of reasons but no born and raised in seattle i went to garfield high school in the central district of seattle which has other uh luminaries like jimi hendrix and quincy jones and mackel more uh and the whole reason i'm out there is a my parents moved out to a much smaller town bellingham washington in in the pacific northwest because my father was working as a doctor on a native american a reservation the lombi reservation which he did for a few years as a job they liked it and when you went into new into private practice they settled out in seattle and state ever sense so uh we've done a lot of hiking a lotta nature i love it out there.
"legal correspondent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Legal correspondent jan crawford tonight has a look at the law i don't think it's for me to say whether the conversation with the president was an effort to obstruct throughout the hearing from director james comey was careful not to say whether he thought the president broke the law in this exchanged with west virginia democrat joe manchin you believe this arises obstruction justice i don't that as five muller's job to sort that uh deferring to the special council colmey instead laid out his version of the facts that the president after firing national security adviser michael flynn urged colmey to drop his investigation into flint's post election conversations with the russian ambassador i took it as a direction but even if colmey thought that it's not necessarily a a crime with key for obstruction is intact with the president thought firing flynn was punishment enough or whether he corruptly endeavoured to influence obstruct or impede the investigation for an improper purpose i think the one overall take away would have to be obstruction of justice scott frederiksen is a former federal prosecutor the fundamentals might be there potentially but there is more investigation in the future and not a question i can answer an open setting mr chairman as some of comey's testimony like this exchange with committee chairman richard burke bolstered the president's claim cd did not obstruct the president at any time ask you to stop the fbi investigation into russian involvement in the two thousand sixteen us elections not to my understanding no but this is more of a political matter sitting president has never been and died at a constitution says employees mattis the punishment for committing high crimes and misdemeanours which means scott obstruction of justice is whatever majority of congress says it is jan crawford thanks very much well coming into the komi hearing president trump's job approval rating was thirty seven percent close to his alltime low of thirty five cents to denote five other recent presidents fell lower for a time.