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Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on BBC Newshour

BBC Newshour

01:06 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on BBC Newshour

"New York. I'm David first with these news headlines, President Trump has pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn despite Flynn's guilty plea. Lying to the FBI, FBI about his Russia contacts. Trump announced the pardon yesterday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the Flynn pardon an act of grave corruption and a brazen abuse of power. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance will try once again to bring Paul Manafort to trial after two courts determined the former Trump campaign chairman couldn't be charged under New York law. W N Y. C L E a Merits explains In October, the appellate division of the New York state Supreme Court upheld judge's dismissal of a grand jury indictment against Manafort, who had been charged with residential mortgage fraud and falsifying business records connected with a SoHo apartment he owned under state law, the defendant can't be tried a second time on the same or substantially similar charges. Manafort already faced federal charges connected with that apartment and was convicted. Vance will now appeal to the state's highest court. President. Trump has suggested he might pardon Manafort, but the president can't grant clemency for conviction under state law. Nearly 50,000 grocery workers at ShopRite Stores in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will receive hazard pay for putting themselves at risk of contracting Copan 19, their union, United Food and Commercial Workers International. Says they reached an agreement with shop right to provide retroactive hazard pay. $1 extra for every hour worked during the weeks in July and August. The union says more than 100 of its members working in grocery stores have.

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Ivanka Trump calls legal inquiries into Trump business political harassment

KCBS Radio Morning News

00:20 sec | 6 d ago

Ivanka Trump calls legal inquiries into Trump business political harassment

"The New York Times Reports. The New York state attorney general and Manhattan district attorney have sent subpoenas to the Trump Organization looking for records about consulting fees paid to Ivanka Trump. It follows times reporting on decades worth of President Trump's tax filings. On Twitter. Ivanka Trump called it harassment, pure and

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Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:30 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on Morning Edition

"MPR's Camilla Domina Ski has more air travel has picked up from its recent lows and road trips remain popular back in October, Triple A projected that up to 50 million people might travel for Thanksgiving, nearly all of them by car. That's down 10% from last year and triple A spokeswoman, Jeanette McGee says the actual number of trips could be even lower. As people watched Covad cases surge and canceled trips early in October, people had Plans. They wanted to travel. But the closer they got to the holiday, they were changing their mind. Still, vehicle traffic is high enough that some urban areas might even experience holiday traffic jams. Melodrama. Noski NPR News, The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U. S continues to rise. There are now more than 12.7 million cases with more than 262,000 deaths, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. Hospitals in many states say they are overwhelmed and at or near capacity that has health experts and officials pleading with Americans to avoid large gatherings and the mixing of households for the Thanksgiving holiday. In Oregon Governor Kate Brown says many counties will continue to face restrictions do the high infection rates and she's urging people to follow safety guidelines Irresponsible behavior over Thanksgiving at best. Will only make the pandemic last longer. At worst, it will send one of your loved ones to the ICU. Grown also says a freeze that closed gyms and recreational facilities and returned restaurants to take out only will be lifted on December 3rd. The Trump Administration is giving viral video sharing app Tic tac more time to sell its U. S operation to an American buyer as NPR's Bobby Allen reports Tic TAC now has until next month to cut ties with its China based parent company. Lawyers for TIC Tac are fiercely trying to come up with a deal to save the APP that will satisfy regulators in both Washington and Beijing. President Trump has ordered that TIC tac fully divest from its corporate owner, Chinese Tech giant Bite dance Now that deadline has been extended for the second time. Behind the scenes by dance is reluctant to let its first big hit outside of China be acquired by American investors. Trump officials cite national security concerns like fears of TIC Tac being used as a spy tool in justifying its pressure on TIC tac data, privacy experts say, while TIC Tac's China connection is concerning the APP does not collect any more data than other leading social media APS. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco He was financial markets are closed today for Thanksgiving, and we'll have a shortened trading session tomorrow. You're listening to NPR news. W N. Y C in New York four minutes after eight o'clock. Good morning. I'm David 1st 58 degrees from right now rain today with a high of 62 alternate side parking suspended for Thanksgiving parking meters or not, in effect. Nation's highest court has blocked New York from imposing capacity limits that houses of worship in areas with high covert 19 positivity rates. The U. S Supreme Court's 5 to 4 decision last night won't have any impact right away. Because the two groups that sued are no longer subject to the restrictions. Law Professor Kim Waylay told NPR. It was an unusual move by justices. There's a strong argument that this was mood in this moment. It doesn't apply to any houses of worship. So it's pretty extreme for the court to nonetheless grant Ah preliminary injunction on the possibility that the order will kick back in Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish synagogues had sued Governor Cuomo, who imposed limits of 10 people in houses of worship in red zones. Newly appointed Justice Amy Cockney Barents sided with the majority in her first publicly discernible vote. Manhattan District attorney Cyrus Vance will try once again to bring Paul Manafort to try a laughter to courts determined the former Trump campaign chairman couldn't be charged under New York law. W N. Y c L E A Maritz explains. In October, the appellate division of the New York state Supreme Court upheld judge's dismissal of a grand jury indictment against Manafort, who had been charged with residential mortgage fraud and falsifying business records connected with a SoHo apartment he owned under state law, the defendant can't be tried a second time on the same or substantially similar charges. Manafort already faced federal charges connected with that apartment and was convicted. Vance will now appeal to the state's highest court. President. Trump has suggested he might pardon Manafort, but the president can't grant clemency for conviction under state law. There will be fewer floats and balloons at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade this morning, not to mention if you were Spectators. Portions of the ceremonies were taped over three days so television viewers will see a combination of live and pre taped events. Some die hard devoted. He's of the annual parade decided to hang around Herald Square yesterday, hoping to see a bit of the action a day early. Mark Murphy was among them, he says The balloons, of course, are his favorite part of the 96 year old tradition. It always was. The balloons s.

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New York subpoenas Trump Organization for details of $784,000 paid to Ivanka

WBBM Morning News

00:22 sec | 6 d ago

New York subpoenas Trump Organization for details of $784,000 paid to Ivanka

"Senate subpoena to the Trump Organization for records related to consulting fees paid to the president's daughter. Ivanka, part of an investigation. The president's business dealings. The New York Times Reports of sodas, Peanut was sent to President Trump's company by the Manhattan district attorney who's conducting a parallel probe. Ivanka Trump tweeted. The subpoenas are harassment, pure and simple. Fashion

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Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:29 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "manhattan district" discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

"Isolated. So as long as I'm not picking up the virus on the airplane or at the airport, there's almost no way for me to be catching it. Let's hope he's right. Roger Stern. 10 10 wins at LaGuardia Airport New York state is once again cracking down on dangerous drivers. During this holiday weekend, Governor Cuomo says the state police and local law enforcement agencies will participate in a special traffic enforcement initiative targeting impaired and reckless drivers. Special traffic enforcement period started yesterday. It runs through Sunday, State police issued nearly 14,000 tickets and arrested 212 people for D W y statewide. During last year's enforcement period. Hospitalizations rising in New York state Governor Cuomo with a new approach to those yellow, orange and red zones, or micro clusters. Samantha leave them with the details. Nearly 3000 people are now hospitalized across the state with covert and the governor concerned about it rising even more post holiday the great fear. Is two things over on the hospital's system. People die. So Governor Cuomo announcing changes to his micro cluster strategy for the winter. We've been advised to do now Winter plan, which adds factors to the yellow orange red Primarily hospitalization rate. We have to prioritize hospital beds. We have to make sure we don't overwhelm hospitals. And we don't go back into the emergency field hospitals. This comes as one field hospital used to the peak of the covert crisis re opened on Staten Island on Tuesday. Samantha Liebman 10 10 wins news It's news time for 05. In New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy says anyone coming to that state from outside the immediate region must self quarantine for 14 days as covert 19 cases continue to rise and alarming rate throughout the country. In a statement, Governor Murphy said Jersey will no longer use previously outlined metrics for its travel advisory. The immediate region includes New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Updated travel guidance comes as millions of people are already expected to travel throughout the U. S. For later on today, Thanksgiving Well talks on our continuing on a school reopening plan for the city. That means more tests, even if the city infection rate remains at 3%. Here's our reporter Juliet Papa, the mayor of clients to announce a school reopening plan next week, he admit one should have been in place when he shut the system down at the 3% threshold. I think we didn't have a plan B and we should have had a plan B. But he says officials were working on trying to get more tests out there to keep from hitting the 3% mark. Which required the closing of schools. But the premise is being reevaluated if You follow the additional measures. Even when you're no orange or red zone, you can be open. But it is about additional safety measures, and those measures involved more testing, the mayor says testing at any point, as opposed to monthly screenings at schools. Juliet, Papa 10. 10 wins news. President Trump pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Here's correspondent might grow CIA President Donald Trump has pardoned Michael Flynn, his first national security adviser, voiding the criminal case against Flynn in a tweet, Trump wrote. It is my great honor to announce that General Michael T. Flynn has been granted a full pardon. Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI, saying he had not discussed with then Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak sanctions imposed on Russia by the outgoing Obama administration. Later hired new attorneys who tookem or confrontational approach and the Justice Department weighed in and reversed its position, saying the FBI had no basis to interview Flynn about Kislyak. Mike Grassi, a Washington And a new sign yesterday that the Manhattan district attorney's office is still pursuing a criminal case against President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul Manafort. The Manhattan district attorney's office signaled it would appeal to the state's highest court, a decision last month that upheld the dismissal of charges against Paul Manafort. He successfully argued the case represented double jeopardy because the alleged fraud was similar to what he was convicted of in federal court. The D A's office has said there are distinctions to its case that should be argued before the New York Court of Appeals. Manafort is currently serving a 7.5 year federal prison sentence at home due to Corona.

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NY probes Trump consulting payments that reduced his taxes

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 6 d ago

NY probes Trump consulting payments that reduced his taxes

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting New York is investigating consulting payments that reduce the president's taxes the Attorney General of New York state has sent a subpoena to the trump organization seeking records related to consulting fees paid to Ivanka trump a law enforcement official tells the Associated Press the subpoena is part of a broad civil investigation into president Donald trump's business dealings meantime the New York times citing anonymous sources reports the Manhattan district attorney has sent a similar subpoena to the trump organization Manhattan DA is conducting its own criminal probe into trump's business dealings hi Mike Rossio

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Weinstein accusers endorse Manhattan DA candidate Lucy Lang

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:15 sec | Last week

Weinstein accusers endorse Manhattan DA candidate Lucy Lang

"Victimized by Harvey Weinstein, including several actors have endorsed former prosecutor Lucy Lang for Manhattan district attorney the current occupant of that position. Cy Vance, who oversaw Weinsteins prosecution. Hasn't said said yet whether he's planning to seek 1/4 term The

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Amy Coney Barrett’s first votes as Supreme Court justice could involve Trump

Chris Plante

00:24 sec | Last month

Amy Coney Barrett’s first votes as Supreme Court justice could involve Trump

"Just the same E Cockney. Barrett's first votes on the Supreme Court could include two big topics affecting the man who appointed her. The court is weighing a plea from President Trump to prevent the Manhattan district attorney from acquiring his tax returns, as well as appeals from the Trump campaign and Republicans to shorten the deadline for receiving and counting absentee ballots in the battleground states of North Carolina and Pennsylvania. It's not certain Barrett will take part in these issues.

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Court won't revive state fraud charges against Manafort

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | Last month

Court won't revive state fraud charges against Manafort

"And Appeals court in New York has sided with President Trump's former campaign manager and upheld the decision to dismiss the fraud charges against him. In a brief ruling, the appellate division said a lower court correctly dismissed criminal charges against Paul Manafort on double jeopardy grounds. The decision, said the federal charges Manafort was previously convicted of involved the same fraud on the same victims, as charged in New York. Manhattan District attorney's office believes it's prosecution is valid because there are unique elements and harms the D A's office said it's considering now whether to bring the case to the Court of Appeals, the state's highest court. Manafort is serving his federal prison sentence at home due to Corona

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White Woman in New York City Confrontation With Black Birdwatcher Made False Assault Charge: DA

Midday News

01:01 min | Last month

White Woman in New York City Confrontation With Black Birdwatcher Made False Assault Charge: DA

"Behavior went viral after it was caught on camera. She has been charged with false reporting charges has been to court and we're learning more about what Amy Cooper allegedly did after that incident in the park. WCBS reporter Steve Burns here to round it all up. Video shot on Memorial Day in Central Park. Amy Cooper is seen putting her finger in front of the camera, dragging her dog along with her and calling the police to tell them an African American man is threatening her. Cooper's now being charged after the Manhattan district attorney's office on Earth, a second call in which they say she falsely claimed she's being assaulted. Cooper was arraigned on one count of filing a false report carries a maximum sentence of a year behind bars. Prosecutors told the judge. They're working on a deal to allow Cooper to avoid jail time in which she'd admit her wrongdoings in court and take part in an educational and rehabilitation program. The man who filmed her burger Christian Cooper, no relation, had refused to cooperate in the DA's investigation. Saying Amy Cooper had already suffered enough.

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Trump files Supreme Court request to stop release of his tax records

Chris Krok

00:31 sec | Last month

Trump files Supreme Court request to stop release of his tax records

"President Trump is asking the Supreme Court to put on hold and appeals court ruling that Trump's accountant must immediately turned over the president's tax records to a New York state prosecutor. The high court could allow the immediate enforcement of a subpoena issued by Manhattan's district attorney or block it temporarily. It's the second time the president's tax records issues reached the Supreme Court. This news also brought to you by tightness or dental from the W B A P News desk. I'm gonna smarten next up. They

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New York Appeals Court: President Trump Must Turn Over Tax Records To Manhattan District Attorney

WBBM Evening News

00:47 sec | Last month

New York Appeals Court: President Trump Must Turn Over Tax Records To Manhattan District Attorney

"An appeals court rules. President Trump must turn over his taxes to a New York state prosecutor. But that's not the end of the legal wrangling. A second U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Manhattan issued the ruling but set a stay of a lower court decision will remain in effect so that the president's attorneys can appeal to the Supreme Court. A district court judge previously rejected efforts by Trump's attorneys to invalidate a subpoena issued by Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Vance. It's seeking eight years of the president's personal and corporate tax records. In July, The Supreme Court rejected Trump's arguments that he can't be charged with a crime while he's in office. But it said he could challenge the subpoena trumps. Lawyers argued the subpoena was issued in bad faith and argument rejected by the second Circuit.

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Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

Dave Ramsey

00:38 sec | Last month

Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

"Another blow in the battle to prevent the release of his taxes, according to NBC News Legal analyst Pete Williams. A federal appeals court has ordered trumps accountant to release Trump's tax records to a New York state prosecutor. The court said. The subpoena is not over broad it maybe brought, it said, but it's not over a broad Trump had argued that he should only be asking for material that deals with the hush money payments made by Michael Cohen. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr is asking for eight years of Trump's tax documents. In July, the U. S Supreme Court ruled that the president is not absolutely immune from subpoenas regarding his taxes and other financial documents. The president's attorneys are expected to file an appeal with the Supreme Court. There's a new

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Trump attorney fights to block disclosure of tax returns, but judges appear skeptical

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Trump attorney fights to block disclosure of tax returns, but judges appear skeptical

"Faced a trio of skeptical judges in their continuing attempt to keep the president's tax returns out of the hands of the Manhattan district Attorney W. N. Ice's Andrea Bernstein, co host of the Trump Ink podcast. Reports decide Vance has been trying to examine Trump's tax returns for evidence of fraud for over a year now. President Trump's private attorneys keep suing and losing the U. S. Supreme Court Will Trump is not immune from criminal investigation, while in office trumps attorneys air, claiming the D A subpoena is overly broad and in bad faith. They lost that Case, two in Manhattan federal court. In a hearing Friday, panel of Appeals court justices called Trump's lawyer's arguments contrived. Ah problem. And far fetched. The judge's indicate they hope to rule quickly. Support for

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

"The legal battle over President Trump's tax returns grinds on in court After hearing arguments from President Trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office, a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of Trump's tax returns. Whatever the three judge panel decides the case is likely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved. Before the November election trumps lawyers appealed to the second U. S Circuit Court of Appeals after a district Or judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court, again

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court, again

"Federal appeals court has declined to rule immediately today after hearing arguments in President Trump's long running fight to prevent a top New York prosecutor from getting his tax returns. However, no matter what the three judge panel ultimately decides, the matter will probably make its way back to the Supreme Court is unlikely to be resolved with weather. November election trumps lawyers appealed after failing to invalidate a subpoena for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. Temporary restraining order remains in effect, preventing any trump tax records from being turned over and told the latest appeal is decided.

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

"A federal appeals court is slated to hear arguments today against the subpoena that's been issued for president trump's tax records president trump's lawyers accused the New York prosecutor in the case of resorting to speculation and innuendo to justify a subpoena for Donald trump's tax returns from his accounting firm the second US circuit court of appeals will hear arguments today after a District Court judge rejected an attempt to invalidate that subpoena Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior says there is quote a mountainous record of public allegations of misconduct to support the effort to see trump's tax returns but the president's lawyers say the subpoena was issued in bad faith hi Jackie Quinn

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Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 2 months ago

Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

"In a federal just appeals one day court is president slated to trump hear is arguments slated to announce today his nominee against for the the subpoena U. S. Supreme that's been Court issued for president president trump's trump tax has already records made it clear it president will be trump's lawyers a woman accused a the nominee New York to prosecutor replace justice in Ruth the case Bader Ginsburg of resorting who died to speculation a week ago many and think innuendo the favorite is to judge justify Amy Coney a subpoena Barrett for of Donald Indiana trump's a tax staunch returns conservative from who his was accounting at the firm White House the second twice US this circuit week court president of appeals trump will hear at arguments a Jacksonville today rally after mocked a District Democrats Court judge who think rejected the nomination an attempt should wait to just invalidate like it did in that twenty subpoena sixteen Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior why says there is we quote have a lot of time a mountainous record of public let allegations me ask you the one simple of misconduct question to support if it the was effort them to instead see trump's of us tax returns do you think they do but house the president's speaker Nancy lawyers Pelosi say the subpoena is questioning was issued the haste in bad of the GOP faith let's hi just Jackie get in Quinn there and overturned the affordable Care Act at the same time we can mess with the elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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"manhattan district" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Manhattan district attorney's office when there are subpoenas for the president's tax and financial records the legal question is while he is in office is he a mute from investigations into his private affairs that might have affected his public function this question is never really come up before largely because presidents routinely make their tax returns public the impeachment of the president took another giant step today with the house Judiciary Committee approving two articles of impeachment and sending the matter to the full house floor following months of investigations wrapped in politics and controversy the full house will get to vote on whether the president will be impeached Mr trump called the proceedings a sham I watch these Democrats on the committee make fools out of themselves after abruptly calling a recess late last night following a fourteen hour marathon markup judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler presided over an eight minute session this morning just long enough to pass the two articles for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress the house will act expeditiously bill right cop CBS news Capitol Hill Wall Street was basically flat today despite the announcement of an interim trade deal with China that will avoid new terror so we're to kick in on Sunday as well as a reduction of existing terrace Rick Newman of Yahoo finance markets think this is a very modest deal and perhaps disappointing based on what the expectations were the city of New Orleans had to shut down most of its computer systems today amid a suspected cyber attack Colin Arnold Arnold is the city's homeland security director the police fire EMS we can operate and trained.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The hour the Manhattan district attorney's office has subpoenaed eight years of president trump's personal and corporate tax returns as part of its probing to hush money payments to two women who said they had affairs with the president and New York prosecutor sent the subpoenas last month how is this likely to play out and if the Manhattan D. A. prevails will we get this CD president trump's tax returns wealth we'll discuss it with Byron Henry's constitutional scholar and attorney he joins us from time to time here on a F. and then we all left him a sort it out for us first in your news this morning this is new out of China it's expressing concern about last week's attack on major oil sites in Saudi Arabia how it will affect the markets a foreign ministry spokesperson said China of course is very concerned about the impact of the attack on the stability and security of the international crude supply oil prices of ease a bit today yesterday the U. S. and international benchmarks rose more than fourteen percent Michael worth is the CEO of chevron he told CNBC the threat of an attack unfortunately that comes with the territory well it's it's a reminder frankly that risks are always present in our business and it's it's been some time since we've seen major of and in the Middle East like this you have to go back to the goal for the invasion of Kuwait service has been quite some time but we we prepare for these things this is feature of of our business and so well you can never predict when an event like this might occur you always need to be prepared so so we we plan for these things and a and I would say were when they happen were super. I was like everybody at one level but at another another level where we actually thought about it how do you think Michael it's going to affect US oil production. well I think in the in the short term there's not a lot of impact that you'll see on US oil production because there's a lead time it even in in jail which is been the you know driving growth in the US you can't just put the switch and and and see more oil coming on the market so there's months of lead time in standing up new rigs and and actually bring on additional production so in a very short term there's a lot that can happen in the medium term but there can be a fair amount you know in the short term things like the strategic petroleum reserve were actually built for circumstances like that. I shares of a producer's jump Monday marathon gained eleven and a half percent. Israelis are voting in an unprecedented that repeat election that will decide whether prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu stays in power now against the prospect of a indictment on corruption charges Netanyahu seeking a fifth term he faces a stiff challenge from retired military chief Benny Gantz both parties could struggle to form a majority coalition forcing them into a potential unity governments. Judy out of Maine officials there say I towns fire chief is among the six injured in a propane explosion his brother is among the dad is sixty eight year old fire captain Michael bell was killed in Monday's blast at the nonprofit center in Farmington his brother chief.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"This is accord-. Into Manhattan District. Attorney Cyrus r Vance junior news of the indictment came shortly after Mr. Manafort with sentenced to his second federal prison term in two weeks. That is not a good two weeks. I have to say he now faces a combined sentence of more than seven years for tax and Bank fraud and conspiracy in two related cases. Brought by the special counsel, Robert Muller. So now he is looking at six teen more charges in New York state, roughly twenty five years. That's when you would be looking at with those sixteen charges. Let's just say everything goes, okay? He's got the seven years in prison. You know, maybe maybe the maybe he gets his sentence greatly reduced in New York. He still has potentially pending charges. Yeah. In virginia. And there's one other state where he committed fraud. So. Even if New York state is like our done fucking, screw it were over which I don't believe that they will say that. I think they have quite a an ax to grind with Paul Manafort. But even if they did miraculously have a change of heart and just say we like if he got the love potion number nine you remember that movie love potion number nine early nineties classic. Even if they did magically fall in love with him. He would still be screwed by two other states. So the whole thing about Donald Trump. He's calling Donald Trump is called Manafort a brave man, he said he's stood up for himself. He stood up for the president. All of that really goes out the window when it comes to these state charges. It doesn't matter. How many times Donald Trump wants to pardon him? He doesn't matter. How many times Donald Trump says he's a good man in a brave, man? Those sentences are going to be irreversible by the hands at the hands the little hands by the web of Donald Trump. So poem. A for if you're a betting person probably dies in prison. Probably probably dies in prison. And you know, I don't like I don't I don't I never celebrate. I never danced on someone's grave. But if you look at the people that he has worked with over the years, the dictators that he has worked with he has. He is one degree away from mass murder. Literally, he may as well be the person that committed mass atrocities. So my sympathy my sympathy card, you know, it's it's a little tore up when it comes to Manafort had that one judge was like he lived and otherwise blameless life. I don't know what the hell that meant that reminded me that was of course, the federal judge that reminded me of the Ted Bundy documentary when the judge was like after the sentencing after he was found guilty. The judge was like you would have been a pleasure to work Mr. Bundy would have been an honor the real the real victim is your potential and like the thirty six women. That's the issue. Look, I know you killed a lot of women at you seem like a great guy seemed like somebody I'd like to have a beer with catch up so bad. So the president said I feel very badly for Paul Manafort and that he had quote not. Thought about a pardon for him. Now, most people speculate that if Donald Trump is going to pardon him again, solely on the federal charges..

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"manhattan district" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Com. Are you a citizen? That's the question that an Obama appointed federal judge Jesse firm of the Manhattan District court is forbidding the Trump administration from asking in the twenty twenty census cannot ask. Are you a citizen is questioned by the way was routinely asked before the nineteen sixties aside from conducting the census every ten years, the census bureau also conducts the American community survey and they've often asked about citizenship on that survey. No problem, but Democrats are afraid that if the citizenship question is asked in the twenty twenty cents is illegal aliens won't participate and Democrats big blue cities would suffer a huge loss federal funding and political representation, especially in sanctuary cities, where Democrats welcome illegal aliens with open arms. The left is terrified that if legal aliens aren't counted in the census. Democrat power will shrink. So it Obama judges now declared it illegal for our government to ask if people taking a government census, our citizens, it's an affront to every thinking legal law abiding citizen in this great Republic. But there's nothing new about that when the American left, and the democrat party is behind anything or in front of it, depending. Hey, guys. How's your game going? If you know what? I mean, a lot of you know, me, but you may not know my name, I'm still Denzil the active ingredient in that.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Positions and three the Manhattan District attorney's office dropped one of the three sexual assault cases against movie producer, Harvey Weinstein. WCBS is Marla dime. Was covering the story today. She talked about it all with anchor Michael Wallace on the afternoon roundup. The DA decided to drop the sixth and final count of the indictment against Harvey Weinstein. This is regarding with Sierra Evans claims of sexual assault. Emails had surfaced after the grand jury indictment suggesting that the two thousand four encounter. She had with Weinstein. What's consensual more learning more from a letter that was made public in at the Manhattan. DA's office told Harvey Weinstein's attorney Ben Brachman that a police detective couch to witness to stay silence that evidence the cast doubt on Evans rape. Claim the witnesses a woman who was with Evans on the night back in two thousand and four when the Dan aspiring actress said that Weinstein had forced her to perform a sex act in exchange for an acting job. But Evans later said the sex was consensual the detective allegedly asked her to keep quiet about that. Neither evidence nor several emails which showed a years long affair with Weinstein were presented to the grand jury could Evans potentially be in trouble here with these allegations. Well, Ben Braff suggested that she perjured herself before the grand jury. And he urged the DA to go after her from lying to the grand jury, and he says he will seek to have the entire indictment thrown out. Now, her attorney Cary Goldberg says the Manhattan District Attorney put Evans through months of needless torture and exposure to make the case against Weinstein, and she said the decision of the not to challenge the defense request to have the count. Dismiss speaks volumes about Sivan's mishandling of Evans claimed. She says he has a history of dismissing claims against Harvey Weinstein pointing to I twenty fifteen sexual assault allegation and case that was eventually thrown out. CBS news time ten forty eight. Traffic.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on 710 WOR

"The Manhattan District attorney's office has dropped part of the sexual assault. Case against Harvey Weinstein. He's now left the court new evidence indicates that sex with one of his accusers may have been consensual. Here's his defense. Attorney Ben Brachman. This is about a proof that a witness who came forward committed perjury in the grand jury and the district attorney's office to its credit has decided to dismiss this indictment. Lucia Evans had claimed that Weinstein forced her to perform oral sex, but newly discovered writings indicate it may have been consensual hurricane. Michael tore through the Florida panhandle yesterday, leaving a path of destruction. Now FEMA is on the ground with FEMA right now, our focus is searching rescue getting access to the areas that have been hardest hit and search and rescue FEMA administrator bronc long. He says they've been mobilizing to handle as many devastated areas as possible and there's plenty of damage damage this morning as we lost. Now, almost twenty blocks is never ending. Eagles belongings votes on top of homes real read into condo buildings and it goes inland. It doesn't just stop right. As a coast. That's correspondent ginger Zee is President Trump ready to get rid of attorney general Jeff Sessions Washington Post reports Trump has been talking to the Justice department staff about possibly replacing him. He was asked about it on Fox News this morning. Not doing anything. I want to get the elections with. We'll see what happens today. The president will be meeting with Konya west is in trouble have lunch at the White House today with Konya west on the agenda manufacturing prison reform, preventing dang violence. And specifically what can be done to stop violence in west hometown of Chicago president's been eager to tout west recent public support. He loves what we're doing for African American jobs. The rap artists will also meet with the president's son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, Karen Travers, ABC news, the White House. Family of Rockland county man, accused of plotting to blow himself up on election day says they're relieved he was stopped. Paul Rosenfeld allegedly built a two hundred pound bomb in the basement of his home into pan plan to use it in Washington DC, his father, Peter Rosenfeld tells the journal news, they're grateful the FBI stopped him before anyone was harmed. There's growing danger for people who lived and worked near ground zero after the nine eleven attacks and increasing number of men are coming down. With breast cancer from fifteen to thirty in the last month. According to Michael Barish at the law firm, representing them nationwide men account for just one percent of breast cancer cases, barriers also represents five hundred women with breast cancer who lived or worked in the area and urges anyone who believes they may have been exposed to the deadly toxins downtown after nine eleven to get tested Alice. Stockton Rosellini seven ten and it could be the end for Sears. It looks like they're headed for bankruptcy. Sears holdings Corp has a Monday deadline to pay off a one hundred and thirty four million dollar debt. Leading many to wonder if the operator of Sears KMart stores could be on the verge of bankruptcy. Honestly, I thought Sears would be gone to three years ago. David plyer is co CEO of retail. I Corp which builds store environments, Sears has diversified all of their brands between craftsman craftsman just about anywhere now kenmore's going that way as well. There's no real reason.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"They begin to vote on Monday. I think you're the defection. It's clear to Bolton in flake was feeling public pressure. Peterhead scold us CD as NewsRadio. Eight eighty CBS says it has been subpoenaed by a New York City prosecutor for information related to sexual misconduct allegations against its former cheerless Moonves CBS said in a regulatory filing with the securities and Exchange Commission that it received subpoenas from the Manhattan District Attorney and New York City's commission on human rights. The company said the state attorney general's office also has requested information Republicans have passed part of their tax cut legislation and the GOP controlled house. But the prospects of the bill's passage in the Senate, not as bright CBS news correspondent, Alison keys. The vote was mostly along party lines twenty two to one ninety one in the Republican led house. The new Bill part of the GOP's massive tax overhaul would make the individual and small. All business tax cuts permanent. Democrats are opposed to the legislation saying it favors corporations and the wealthy over middle income Americans, but prospects for the Bill to pass the Senate are sketchy because of the slim Republican majority Facebook says, it's uncovered a security breach affecting fifty million user accounts. CBS news tech analysts. Larry magazine says involves a particular future tackle exploited a vulnerability. What's called the view as feature which lets people see what their profile looks like to other people and this vulnerability can allow an attacker to skill access tokens, which are designed to keep people logged into Facebook that they don't have to keep reentering their password. But when hacker gets a hold of these tokens it can be used to take over someone account. Facebook says the problem has been fixed cashless tolling may be convenient. But a local state Senator says there are more issues with tolls being overlooked WCBS reporter Mak Rosenberg with that story. Senator David Carlucci's office phone has been ringing off the hook here making more in line and CD's than they are in actual tools. He's talking about the New York through at thirty and conduit the company that runs the tolling system. I believe the conduit, unfortunately is not investing in customer service. They're not investing in having an overall positive experience or the toll pair. More interested in collecting money from toll payer's from taxpayers. The quality service. He wants to stay to Knicks its contract with the company and then pass his toll payer Protection Act, which would establish a clear line of communication between the state, and the driver who might be fine for not paying that legislation has been approved in legislature and Carlucci is working on another solution for residents do style on the capital Caracas and Westchester residents back Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Assault victims who blocked the door elevator for four straight minutes. What going? I didn't tell anyone and you're telling all. That they don't matter that they should just stay quiet. His change of heart quickly drew support from two of his undecided colleagues. Alaska's, Lisa Murkowski, it was a good step today and Susan Collins of Maine, which left the rest of their party with no choice. Correspondent Nancy Cortes a big data breach. At Facebook, personal info for about fifty million users possibly compromised in what the social networking site calls a massive security hack Facebook, vice president of product management guy Rosen something that we're taking very very seriously, and we moved very fast from the moment, we learned that there was an attack, and we are going to continue to investigate this in order to learn more about what happened, and what kind of data was there was some embarrassment for a while. When it came out that Facebook was blocking articles about all of this from the Associated Press and the guardian newspaper at blamed on a row Aeneas marking as spam. Our parent company CBS corporations been subpoenaed by the Manhattan District Attorney for. Formation related to sexual misconduct allegations against the former CBS chairman and CEO, les Moonves Ryder Cup is a big deal and international golf day. One Europe produced a barnstorming comeback taking an overnight five three lead. Captain Thomas Bjorn couldn't believe in each other. And they did a great job this afternoon, but they also understand. And now we go back then we recruit for tomorrow..

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"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"She has worked dozens of disasters. Most recently, the California wildfires never want anyone to feel that they're alone in anything like that. And so we'll stand by. We'll stand with them and will help them through what are their options for recovery. And yesterday September eleventh when many of them would have been at memorial services, eighty two members of FEMA urban search and rescue New York task force. One deployed Kingston North Carolina that task force made up of. Firefighters and EMT's the NYPD's emergency services unit communications officers and canines Marla diamond WCBS, NewsRadio eight eight eight a search will pick up later this morning for a construction worker buried under debris Wednesday when a wall collapsed in sunset park Brooklyn before they stopped last night. The construction workers were digging into the ground going deeper into the mud. Trying to carve out more space for the next building being built here when the right half of a forty foot retaining wall came crashing down. Jeff started to the wall over there. That was just came right down there working on worker got trapped under that debris and for several hours rescue workers. Here used every told they had to try to get to that worker and NYPD Kanai was brought in to try to find him. But during all that time, and despite all that effort, they found no signs of life in the rubble the white brick wall that fell down on the worker was being held up by steel beams before collapsed. It's not clear if the rain soaked ground impacted the stability of those beams or if the excavator work being done near the wall was the cause of the collapse in sunset park bikes melts. CBS News Radio eighty seven NYPD officers are among those arrested accused of being involved in a prostitution and gambling operation in queens, now, internal affairs. Start investigating the cops after got a tip from another officer back in twenty fifteen NYPD put out a statement yesterday. Saying those who swore an oath in them traded have felt the consequences of that infidelity. And that the. Penalty will be swift and severe. Judge has Greenwich Manhattan District. Attorney Cyrus Vance's request to have over three thousand minor marijuana cases thrown out a number of the dismissed cases, relating to possession and public smoking of marijuana date back to nineteen seventy eight DA events underlines of the defendants in the dismissed cases Seventy-nine percent where people of color, you know, warrants that would have resulted in their arrest have been vacated. I think they will three this. I of relief that this has been resolved. But I also think that this reflects that the law doesn't do this easily. I mean, this is taken a lot of effort by the court system as well as the parties to actually do something that is. Off script, but actually serves the interests of Justice enormously NDA van says, I think the day is coming for the legalization of marijuana in New York state at one hundred centre street, rich, lamb, WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty eleven states are backing up Connecticut as an ask the US supreme court now to reinstate Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel 's murder conviction back in may the Connecticut supreme court vacated Skakel's conviction in the murder of Martha Moxley in Greenwich forty-three years ago when we were both teenagers. Connecticut courts sets Geico's trial lawyer fill the contact an alibi witness now, the eleven states, which are taking Connecticut side in this case. Now say a US supreme court ruling in the states favor is needed to ward off excessive challenges of defense, lawyers is performance. So not just specifically about this in Skakel's case, they're looking at the larger instance of defense lawyers in will how they can make their arguments. It's three thirty six. This WCBS on on air at eight eighty and on demand only on the radio dot com app. It's free to download favorite us and have that access anytime anywhere. To.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One, let me show you more The attorney, general's office in New, York, now wants. To investigate the Trump organization Manhattan District Attorney wants to investigate the Trump organization You don't think this is coordinated This is from the hill prosecutors in Manhattan are reportedly considering pushing for. Criminal charges against the Trump organization in two top company officials over a hush money payment, linked to, former longtime Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen see where this guy Local prosecutors, state prosecutors federal prosecutors The New York Times has reported that the Manhattan District attorney's office is considering charges over the company's accounting of, Collins payment to, adult film actress. Stormy Daniels porno the officials stressed the review of the, matter is in its earliest stages and no decision. Has been made and personal, charges so Different levels of prosecutors are working with each, other now the, Manhattan d as. A left-wing democrat the attorney general they're having a race, I believe but in New York is a left-wing. Democrat Whatever happened to the Clinton foundation. Remember, all they're failed and tax filings how, they concealed contributions, does anybody remember local, state or, federal criminal investigation into them of course not And in the Hillary Clinton investigation? Immunity was, given To protect witnesses against Hillary Clinton remember The times reported that the state investigation state local federal what primarily focus. On how the Trump organization reimbursed Cohen after he arranged the hush money payment of one. Hundred and thirty thousand dollars to, Daniel shortly before, the twenty. Sixteen election the inflammatory language. Hush money it is a nondisclosure agreement and what's interesting to me here is women apparently violated these. Agreements And at least one of them threatened Trump it's called blackmail But nobody talks about. It but me Cohen President Trump's former lawyer and fixer Lanny. Davis hasn't called a fixer entire career he's had his head up either Bill or. Hillary is but and that's. Pretty big and he's a fixer lobbyists. And he, did another fixer job here, we Cohen In order to try and. Get Trump So look at how the media use this is Justin wise who is not over at the hill Cohen is a fixer And of course Lanny Davis is a professional lawyer as a man of good standing Anyway Cohen President Trump's former lawyer and fixer pleaded guilty earlier this week to Bank. And tax fraud as well as campaign finance violations related to his payment to Daniels any. Former playboy model, will alleged to have had affairs with Trump in two thousand six And the times reported that. The Trump organization filed its reimbursement to con- for the Daniels payment as a legal expense It is a legal expense It's a nondisclosure agreement Federal prosecutors have also claimed that the reimbursements came in the form. Of shame legal invoices Cohen told. The judge, this week that the payment was made with the intent of. Buying Daniel silence of course that's what a national disclose a nondisclosure agreements. About buying somebody silence many of you who do who are employed and you have contracts, go. Ahead and check your nondisclosure such. Many of you who've left a job, left government whatever you're forced to fire nondisclosure. Agreement if I could get this little patchy this deputy, tough-guy US, attorney on. My program I'd ask him if his officers ever had nondisclosure agreements hush money hush money The times noted that such charges would be potentially, significant. Due to the fact that a. Possible pro would be run by the, state of New York and Trump has no. Power to pardon people or corporate entities convicted of state, crimes and, that's true Which is why, they're doing it This is a political Attack on the candidate on the. Office of the presidency And I want the district attorney, in Manhattan I want the attorney general of New York and I want the deputy United States attorney to understand something you have now unleash powers Powers, that were only used by the likes of. The old Soviet Union you've now unleash powers, within our politics we're Republican district attorney's we're Republican attorneys general we're Republican United States attorneys Well now target democrat. Candidates and democrat politicians including democratic presidents. You have just taken. This to a, level. That you don't even, comprehend And what you've done is you've damaged the Republic Longtime chief financial officer the Trump, organization receiving immunity from federal prosecutor could be momentous, turn of, events for President Trump according, to biographer Tim O'Brien what the hell is biographer Tim O'Brien know about anything O'Brien who penned the nonfiction Trump, nation in two thousand, five, road and Bloomberg. News on Friday that Allen weasel bergh's immunity in the investigation, into former Trump attorney Michael Cohen could unearth a, great deal, about the president's past financial. Dealings and that's the intent If, you're a wealthy person And a Republican And you win the presidents Look what they do to you Look what they've done I hope you all have a good strong field for this because this. Is really truly, outrageous it's an abomination The piling up of these legal offices these these prosecutors. Against a president He didn't violate campaign laws Even if he. Did which he did, not these are civil. Matters not typically criminal matters But he did he can. Pay, for it out of his pocket he, can pay for it out of his organization oh then we need to check, that out say the. Democrat prosecutor now we. Need to really look And did he account for it on his. Taxes, now we need twenty five years of. 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"manhattan district" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

Left, Right & Center

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Left, Right & Center

"Titians over the years, and we've seen them come out of jurisdictions all over the country, Texas, Louisiana, and Missouri, Missouri silently, but we're dealing here with the Manhattan District attorney's office this for whatever history you can point to from prosecutions of Dominic Strauss Kahn and whatever else. This is an office that moves methodically moves on cautiously, they're not gonna jump out and do something that is reckless that's not in lockstep with the federal government. I can assure you that they are coordinating this somehow with the federal government with the Muller team. It's not say they're taking direction. They're dual sovereigns. So the New York state laws or separate and you can be tried on both. And the fact is you're absolutely right. There is no guidance. Ideal j has guidance about not indicting a sitting president, but New York state doesn't have that guy since never come up. That said, my guess is that they're not jumping the gun on this and they're going to do something methodical, the New York state laws though are pretty weak on this. So when we think about what, what is it that potentially could be a New York state law. Law there. Two buckets. One is tax laws, which is something that the New York state attorney general Barbara Underwood is looking into and the other it appears is falsifying business records, which is what the Manhattan District Attorney would be looking into, which really deal with the way that the the payments were invoiced to. The Trump was serious offenses at because the argument right, be this was a campaign service to the campaign. It wasn't illegal fee wasn't really doing legal work for it wasn't really a business expense for the Trump organization, right? But it's it's, you know, thirty thirty five thousand dollar increments once a month. That's that's designate as a legal fee. I'm gonna give you a lawyer's answer to the question, which is it's both minor and major at the same time. It's minor because it it's barely a felony. It could be an e felony. I, it's something that is about as minor as possible. But if it winds up being a felony for an organization like the Trump organization, which does a lot of business with the city and has other major contracts, it could kill it. And so corporate criminal liability felony could be the death knell for it. Whereas this going to be my line on this. Going forward, barely film fairly thought on that. Let's take a quick break. I will be back with Larry national review, Jill Filipa vich columnist CNN and attorney Dunkin Levin to talk about President Trump's fury at his own attorney general for failing to protect him from his legal messed. You're listening left, right and center. What do you think share your thoughts on today's show? On our Facebook page for tweet us at l. RC KCRW and download the KCRW app to listen to left right and center on demand. I'm Ken white, criminal defense attorney legal commentator and baffled member of the American public trying to figure out the politics of two thousand eighteen. I've teamed up with Josh barrow host of KCRW's left right and center to host a new show. It's l. RC presents all the president's lawyers each week, Josh. Ni- delve into the law White House legal strategy. We talk about Michael avenue Audie stormy Daniels, Michael Cohen, and all your favorite monkeys at this circus get it on apple podcasts or at KCRW dot com. Back again with left right and center..

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"manhattan district" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For manhattan district attorney cyrus vance said yesterday's indictment brings weinstein another step closer to accountability for alleged attacks on women in new york weinstein's lawyer benjamin braff men said he would vigorously defend against the indictment and ask a court to dismiss it he called the allegations unsupported and reiterated that weinstein strongly denies them the indictment came hours after weinstein's lawyer said the film producer would declined to testify before the grand jury because there wasn't enough time to prepare him and political pressure made an indictment unavoidable deaf in the right direction i suppose and then you just think back to so many there's so many lies in the world right indeed in every one of these situations somebody is why there's a lot of people who live a lot of liars the michael fink harvey weinstein might be liar here by the way thank you when he strongly denies the michael jackson estate filed a federal copyright infringement lawsuit against the walt disney company and abc tv alleging the companies dozens of copyrights without permission when the tv network aired the last days of michael jackson last week the suit claims the two hour unauthorized special you billie jean beat it don't stop to get enough and several other songs without permission it also said that the show you substantial portions of jackson's music videos footage and the state owned a singers clips from a documentary and footage from michael jackson's film this is ed the jackson estate attorney said the statement disney abc committed willfully and intentional copyright infringement when they use the state's copyrighted materials without the estate's permission disney's conduct here was particularly surprising given that it has no tolerance for anyone using its copyrighted material in even the most trivial of manners really surprised by this is very shocking that abc would unless they thought the ratings we're going to be so good that it would be worth it pay for itself you'd better hoagies westworld james marsden will star in paramount's live action animation hybrid movie of sonic the hedgehog low an adaptation of the classic video game the studio landed the film rights to the game in two thousand seventeen inch and tat jeff fowler to direct and deadpool director tim miller will serve as an executive producer second launched a game in.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Here & Now

"Questions why the manhattan district attorney's office didn't follow through on the weinstein accusations some vance cy vance that manhattan da explained a blow by blow as much as he could why he didn't but in the wake of more allegations coming out against weinstein i think there's a lot of second guessing going on did vance do enough so the governor directed schneiderman before all these allegations came forward to he he directed schneiderman to look into the weinstein case possibly reopen it of course now someone else in in the attorney general's office is going to have to do that it's woman who's the state solicitor general at least for now look back to how this is landing in new york they must be some conversations about how you know it doesn't matter political stripe these kinds of accusations will take down anyone in this moment we've had it already in new york long before me as a hashtag we had our governor eliot spitzer resigned in prostitution scandal an anon me to moment our state controller resigned because his driver was being improperly used to do chores and chauffeur around his wife about twenty years ago twenty five years ago the state's top judge had a step down in a scandal in which he was stalking his ex mistress so new york really has a whole series of kind of metoo scandals you let twenty five years anthony weiner yes and we of course anthony weiner who congressman who tried twice to run for mayor unsuccessfully van prison for sending pictures to underage girl quite a story there bub heart political director new york one.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

Black Agenda Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Black Agenda Radio

"Most members of the public think about those two sh so the part of the problem with the blasier approach to used a standby kind of statement is that he's criminalising poverty with this policy and it's not an overstatement is all too true and he has the power to have the city practice a different approach to the fair vision is what you understand how the manhattan district attorney cyrus vance arrives and his policy of mox prosecuting fear leaders website the situation is a little bit tricky sh one of the activities arabs by organization the police reform organizing project oh crap is to monitor the arraignment parts in for injured boroughs of new york city and your aim of parts of where everybody has been arrested gets report brought before judge and the judge determines whether whatever charged the da a broad and the police sport will stick and we see that that manhattan district attorney is still prosecuting favor asian cases maybe reduced number but he still prosecuting curvaceous case sh so we're not even sure advance is following through in a meaningful way on his pledge his public statement was to the effect that a fair vision is obviously not a serious criminal offence and we shouldn't be criminalizing people we shouldn't be giving people with criminal records who are poor and who were not engage in any kind of activity that endangers public safety the talks i actually opposed that policy in it's not firmly laid down they'll continue day were they like to do right well it's important to note that what the dea says in any bernie upsetting doesn't affect police practice so even if the da saying i won't prosecute and again although they answer statement would we get believe that's what he meant we're not sure is translated into practice on the ground in the manhattan he is also charged but whatever public statement a d a sure shabet this or that practice on airport doesn't affect police tech if so police we'll continue to arrest people from forever asian no matter what the d a in any burrow saying so people will still be subject to arrest which involves the loss of liberty reached for a day or so is not more because some say evasion arrest and we've seen this in manhattan near the boroughs actually does result in jail time with people get center.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Message for manhattan district attorney sivan's today in the wake of a harvey weinstein investigation a probe that resulted in no charge and members of the national organization for women were trying to pressure the manhattan district attorney to take another look at it 2015 case at that time a young model with help from the police were wire and recorded a conversation with harvey weinstein in which she allegedly admitted to groping her now attorney jane manning said da side bands should have charged weinstein her testimony alone legally successors to prosecute tape provided extra corrado race cyrus vance has said there just wasn't enough evidence in that case but some critics thinks he was influenced by a ten thousand dollars donation weinstein had made carol d'auria tent and we've seen meanwhile showtime says it won't move forward than oliver stone drama in development called guantanamo unless the weinstein company is removed as producer wins news time eight fifty hall of famer and former new york giant harry carson since he won't allow his eightyearold grandson to play football carson says congress should require that parents be informed that football can cause longterm neurological damage before they sign our kids up given what i know now would i do it all over again and i'd say hell no would mount dude over again because you're you're only get one brain in europe to to cure that brain carson spoke at a forum with house democrats who are exploring what if anything congress can do to make a sport safer authorities say a new jersey man who claimed he had a brain tumor as now charged with theft by deception for accepting donations of money in favor of the twenty nine year old joseph o'connell up washington township posted to meal trained dot com that he had cancer and needed help at someone tipped off police that he wasn't sick and an investigation and seeded wins news time eight fifty run from the dodge traffic center here's rats meyer and verse apple talk about what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels and we're doing now barred that are over the lincoln tunnel now it's about twenty minutes following some big delays from a.

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"manhattan district" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not on one weinstein scene he would do it again and that he was used to it part of an exchange that seemed to back up gutierrez's delegations whose you may run despite those words caught on tape the manhattan district attorney's office decided not to prosecute the dis office seen while the recording quote horrifying it wasn't enough to prove a crime had occurred jerry tuchman cnn atlanta i want to get the panel's taken all this and political analyst kirsten powers joins me alone legal analyst and former federal prosecutor lore coats and seen in legal analyst marghera goes criminal defense attorney so work i mean did what do you make of this audio recording did the district attorney think have enough evidence to perhaps bring charges no i you know in you window i've never afraid to secondguess a prosecutor in this case i think they were right the tape is horrifying to most people would they think about it is a layperson but as a practical matter for hitting all of the elements they didn't have enough i think they're explanation today may rang true to me is the uh the police should have gone to them should have had them tell them this is what we need this tape actually to mine is ward devastating if you have a separate case with somebody else this is what they call a levitt a water 401 b or like crimes type evidence this is a good case um to force him to plead this sub thing but it was not a good case to bring is if you're a prosecute.

gutierrez district attorney jerry tuchman atlanta political analyst analyst attorney prosecutor levitt manhattan kirsten powers federal prosecutor
"manhattan district" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"manhattan district" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Not on one weinstein scene he would do it again and that he was used to it part of an exchange that seemed to back up gutierrez's delegations whose you may run despite those words caught on tape the manhattan district attorney's office decided not to prosecute the dis office seen while the recording quote horrifying it wasn't enough to prove a crime had occurred jerry tuchman cnn atlanta i want to get the panel's taken all this and political analyst kirsten powers joins me alone legal analyst and former federal prosecutor lore coats and seen in legal analyst marghera goes criminal defense attorney so work i mean did what do you make of this audio recording did the district attorney think have enough evidence to perhaps bring charges no i you know in you window i've never afraid to secondguess a prosecutor in this case i think they were right the tape is horrifying to most people would they think about it is a layperson but as a practical matter for hitting all of the elements they didn't have enough i think they're explanation today may rang true to me is the uh the police should have gone to them should have had them tell them this is what we need this tape actually to mine is ward devastating if you have a separate case with somebody else this is what they call a levitt a water 401 b or like crimes type evidence this is a good case um to force him to plead this sub thing but it was not a good case to bring is if you're a prosecute.

gutierrez district attorney jerry tuchman atlanta political analyst analyst attorney prosecutor levitt manhattan kirsten powers federal prosecutor