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Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Lee Mathews

Lee Mathews

01:35 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Lee Mathews

"Killed just two months after graduating from the police Academy Blaze Madrid, Evans was shot while responding to a call it a home. Police fired back in the gunman was also killed. A convicted cop in Minneapolis wins an appeal in court. The Minnesota Supreme Court overturns Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Norris conviction of third degree murder in the shooting death of 40 year old Justin Rush check in 2017, who was unarmed when she was shot by nor as rustic approached his police car. The high court left in place a second degree manslaughter conviction, a ruling that could have implications in the case of former officer Derek Show. Finn, who was also convicted of third degree murder as Well as stiffer charges for murder and manslaughter meeting Shoven sentence in the death of George Floyd likely wouldn't change. Jeff Man ourselves. Fox News. Shelvin will be arraigned today. In another case, he's accused of violating a teenager civil rights restraining a boy four years ago. Derek Chauvin was just a rain the other day, along with three other fired Minneapolis cops charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights. Yet another Minnesota officer in trouble is fighting the case against her and Dante, right shooting death in April. Prosecutors charged. Former Brooklyn center officer Kim Potter with second degree manslaughter in April following the death of right of first degree manslaughter count was added earlier this month after state Attorney General Keith Ellison's office took over the case. Her attorneys have filed a motion to dismiss the new charge. They say Potter wasn't aware the weapons she fired was a gun and she was justified in using force to stop right because he had created a dangerous situation. Police body cam. Footage indicates Potter thought she was holding a Taser instead of a gun. Tom Regatta, Fox News on Wall Street stock futures down slightly the day after a rebound, the Dow surged up 236 points. The NASDAQ snapped a five days kid rising 123. I'm Dave Anthony, This is Fox News. Legal hot water for a former Oklahoma County jail guard. Good morning. I'm Jacqueline Scott and the cakey. Okay, News Center in this is Oklahoma's first news is the first day of the fair. What you can expect from the Weather Hour forecast is coming up. Former Oklahoma County detention officer is accused of willful Neglect of duty, authorities say. A supervisor told attention Officer Lamantia Hennessy to check out a report that four female inmates were assaulting other inmates on June 3rd. Prosecutors say Hennessy failed to check on the welfare of inmates while they were allegedly sexually and physically assaulted. Former OU gymnast Maggie Nichols among four gymnasts testifying yesterday before the US Senate Judiciary Committee about why the FBI failed to investigate sex abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics team, Dr Larry Nasser Nichols was the first to report allegations to USA Gymnastics in 2015. I reported my abuse USA gymnastics over six years ago and still My family and I received few answers and have even more questions about how this was allowed to occur, and why dozens of other little girls and women At Michigan State had to be abused. After I reported NASA eventually was sentenced to more than 100. Years in prison. Today is opening day for the state fair. The fair was canceled last year due to Covid 19. It runs through Sept 26 from the Allen Samuels. Volkswagen Weather Studio. Allen Samuel Volkswagen, Your Friend in the car business. It'll be sunny today and will be in the low nineties.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:52 min | 17 hrs ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Learned that special counsel John Durham is days if not hours away from taking his case against cyber security Attorney Michael Sussman to a grand jury. The New York Times was first to report the potential indictment, saying Durham wants to charge Sussman with making a false statement to the FBI in which he claimed the link between Russia and the Trump team. Durham is facing a Sunday deadline to charge suspect because that's when the five year statute of limitations runs out. The Minnesota Supreme Court has overturned the third degree murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor who shot and killed Justine Damond after she'd called police to report her rape in progress. The court ruled third degree murder didn't apply because Nora's actions were directed at a particular person officer nor will be re sentenced on manslaughter charges, but with time served, he could be eligible for release. Within months. He fired because he was startled when Damon knocked on his police cruiser to get his attention. Federal Health Agency says it's investigating the removal of genetic data about the coronavirus from a gene archive. Health is reviewing results of an investigation into deleted coronavirus data from the early days of the pandemic. Researchers store genetic sequencing data in an archive run by the NIH. It's accessible to scientists around the world. No sequences are essentially the Rosetta stone that enable virologist that's trace the drift. More manipulation of a genetic code. According to the NIH, the sequences from Wuhan China or submitted to the database in March, 2020 by June of that year, Chinese researcher asked the NIH to remove the data boxes David Sponte, China has been hampering investigations into the origin of the virus. So the southwestern China has been struck by a magnitude six earthquake. Some of the homes collapsed in Sichuan province. At least two people have been killed, Dozens more injured..

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Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:41 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Missouri killed just two months after graduating from the police Academy Blaze Madrid, Evans was shot while responding to a call it a home. Police fired back in the gunman was also killed. A convicted cop in Minneapolis wins an appeal in court. The Minnesota Supreme Court overturns Minneapolis police officer Mohamed Norris. Conviction of third degree murder in the shooting death of 40 year old Justin runs check in 2017, who was unarmed when she was shot by nor as Russia. Czech approached his police car. The high court left in place, a second degree manslaughter conviction, a ruling that could have implications in the case of former officer Derek Chauvet, who was also convicted of third degree murder as Willows. Stiffer charges for murder and manslaughter meeting Shoven sentence in the death of George Floyd likely wouldn't change. Jeff Man ourselves. Fox News. Shelvin will be arraigned today. In another case, he's accused of violating a teenager civil rights restraining a boy four years ago. Derek Chauvin was just a rain the other day, along with three other fire Minneapolis cops charged with violating George Floyd's civil rights. Yet another Minnesota officer in trouble is fighting the case against her and Dante Rights shooting death. In April. Prosecutors charged former Brooklyn center officer Kim Potter with second degree manslaughter in April following the death of right A first degree manslaughter count was added earlier this month after state Attorney General Keith Ellison's office took over the case. Her attorneys have filed a motion to dismiss the new charge. They say Potter wasn't aware the weapons she fired was a gun and she was justified in using force to stop right because he had created a dangerous situation. Police body cam. Footage indicates Potter thought she was holding a Taser instead of a gun. Tom Ridge, Gotti Fox News on Wall Street stock futures down slightly the day after a rebound, the Dow surged up 236 points. The NASDAQ snapped a five days kid rising 123. I'm Dave Anthony. This is Fox News. This view was worth the hike right? And it's a good way.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

02:01 min | 17 hrs ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"News has learned that special counsel John Durham is days if not hours away from taking his case against cyber security Attorney Michael Sussman to a grand jury. The New York Times was first to report the potential indictment saying Durham wants to charge Sussman with making a false statement to the FBI in which he claimed the link between Russia and the Trump team. Durum is facing a Sunday deadline to charge Sussman because that's one of the five year statute of limitations runs out. The Minnesota Supreme Court has overturned the third degree murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor who shot and killed Justine Damond after she'd called police to report a rape in progress. The court ruled third degree murder didn't apply because Nora's actions were directed at a particular person officer nor will be re sentenced on manslaughter charges, but with time served, he could be eligible for release. Within months. He fired because he was startled when Damon knocked on his police cruiser to get his attention. Federal Health Agency says it's investigating the removal of genetic data about the coronavirus from a gene archive. Health is reviewing results of an investigation into deleted coronavirus data from the early days of the pandemic. Researchers store genetic sequencing data in an archive run by the NIH. It's accessible to scientists around the world. Those sequences are essentially the Rosetta stone that enable virologist distress the drift. Or manipulation of a genetic code. According to the NIH, the sequences from Wuhan China or submitted to the database in March, 2020 by June of that year, Chinese researcher asked the NIH to remove the data foxes David Sponte, China has been hampering investigations into the origin of the virus. So the southwestern China has been struck by a magnitude six earthquake. Some of the homes collapsed in Sichuan province. At least two people have been killed, Dozens more injured. I'm Jack Callahan, This is Fox News. It's.

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Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

00:40 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis

"Learned that special counsel John Durham is days if not hours away from taking his case against cyber security Attorney Michael Sussman to a grand jury. The New York Times was first to report the potential indictment, saying Durham wants to charge Sussman with making a false statement to the FBI in which he claimed the link between Russia and the Trump team. Durham is facing a Sunday deadline to charge suspect because that's when the five year statute of limitations runs out. The Minnesota Supreme Court has overturned the third degree murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor who shot and killed Justine Damond after she'd called police to report her rape in progress. The court ruled third degree murder didn't apply because Nora's actions were directed at a particular person officer nor will be re sentenced on manslaughter charges, but with time served, he could be eligible for release. Within months. He fired because he was startled when Damon knocked on his police cruiser to get his attention. Federal Health Agency says it's investigating the removal of genetic data about the coronavirus from a gene archive. Health is reviewing results of an investigation into deleted coronavirus data from the early days of the pandemic. Researchers store genetic sequencing data in an archive run by the NIH. It's accessible to scientists around the world. No sequences are essentially the Rosetta stone that enable virologist that's trace the drift. More manipulation of a genetic code. According to the NIH, the sequences from Wuhan China or submitted to the database in March, 2020 by June of that year, Chinese researcher asked the NIH to remove the data boxes David Sponte, China has been hampering investigations into the origin of the virus. So the southwestern China has been struck by a magnitude six earthquake. Some of the homes collapsed in Sichuan province. At least two people have been killed, Dozens more injured..

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:53 min | 17 hrs ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Fox News has learned that special counsel John Durham is days if not hours away from taking his case against cyber security Attorney Michael Sussman to a grand jury. The New York Times was first to report the potential indictment saying Durham wants to charge Sussman with making a false statement to the FBI in which he claimed to link between Russia and the Trump team. Durham is facing a Sunday deadline to charge suspect because that's when the five year statute of limitations runs out. The Minnesota Supreme Court has overturned the third degree murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor who shot and killed Justine Damond after she'd called police to report her rape in progress. The court ruled third degree murder didn't apply because Nora's actions were directed at a particular person officer nor will be re set in stone manslaughter charges, but with time served, he could be eligible for release. Within months. He fired because he was startled when Damon knocked on his police cruiser to get his attention. A federal health agency says it's investigating the removal of genetic data about the coronavirus. From a gene archive. Health is reviewing results of an investigation into deleted coronavirus data from the early days of the pandemic. Researchers store genetic sequencing data in an archive run by the NIH. It's accessible to scientists around the world. Those sequences are essentially the Rosetta stone that enable virologist The distress that drift or manipulation of the genetic code. According to the NIH. The sequences from Wuhan, China, were submitted to the database in March 2020. By June of that year Chinese researcher asked the NIH to remove the data boxes David Sponte. China has been hampering investigations into the origin of the virus, so southwestern China has been struck by a magnitude six earthquake. Some of the homes collapsed in Sichuan province. At least two people have been killed. Dozens more injured..

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Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:39 min | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "minnesota supreme court" discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

"News has learned that special counsel John Durham is days if not hours away from taking his case against cyber security Attorney Michael Sussman to a grand jury. The New York Times was first to report the potential indictment saying Durham wants to charge Sussman with making a false statement to the FBI in which he claimed the link between Russia and the Trump team. Durum is facing a Sunday deadline to charge Sussman because that's one of the five year statute of limitations runs out. The Minnesota Supreme Court has overturned the third degree murder conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohamed nor who shot and killed Justine Damond after she'd called police to report a rape in progress. The court ruled third degree murder didn't apply because Nora's actions were directed at a particular person officer nor will be re sentenced on manslaughter charges, but with time served, he could be eligible for release. Within months. He fired because he was startled when Damon knocked on his police cruiser to get his attention. Federal Health Agency says it's investigating the removal of genetic data about the coronavirus from a gene archive. Health is reviewing results of an investigation into deleted coronavirus data from the early days of the pandemic. Researchers store genetic sequencing data in an archive run by the NIH. It's accessible to scientists around the world. Those sequences are essentially the Rosetta stone that enable virologist distress the drift. Or manipulation of a genetic code. According to the NIH, the sequences from Wuhan China or submitted to the database in March, 2020 by June of that year, Chinese researcher asked the NIH to remove the data foxes David Sponte, China has been hampering investigations into the origin of the virus. So the southwestern China has been struck by a magnitude six earthquake. Some of the homes collapsed in Sichuan province. At least two people have been killed, Dozens more injured. I'm Jack Callahan, This is Fox News. It's.

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Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 23 hrs ago

Ex-Cop's Murder Verdict Reversed in Australian Woman's Death

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a former Minneapolis police officer's murder verdict has been reversed in an Australian woman's death the Minnesota Supreme Court reversed the third degree murder conviction Wednesday of a former Minneapolis police officer who fatally shot an Australian woman in twenty seventeen while responding to her nine one one call the Supreme Court said the charge of third degree murder or depraved murder against Mohammed nor did not fit the circumstances of the case nor was convicted of third degree murder and the second degree manslaughter in the death of Justine Ruszczyk Damond the ruling means the murder conviction will be overturned and nor will be sentenced on the manslaughter count with more than twenty eight months served if the manslaughter sentences the presumptive for years he could be eligible for supervised release around the end of this year hi Mike Rossio

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"It's still you don't want to immediately say Oh, you can see the fingerprint of climate change here. What you can say is that That these heavy, heavy pounding rain storms in storm systems that come and then just sit. Those are very characteristic of what we've seen from climate change and what we're going to see more off. That it's all consistent with a warmer atmosphere, holding more holding more moisture that moisture coming out in huge amounts, especially when the steering cut the the air. Current that push Weather systems along weaken and and whether it's large weather systems tend to stall in the United States. We saw saw this With Tremendous force in Hurricane Harvey in 2017. When, when, when the rain you know there was a heavy rainfall event was also drawing water off the Gulf of Mexico, but it's just fat. And fat. And so you ended up with 50 inches of rain hitting parts of Houston, an east toward Beaumont. You know this? These are these are phenomena that are consistent with what we know about climate change. And then in the months and years after The weather attribution, scientists were able to say You know? The amount of rain that people received in in Houston. Was was significantly higher than it would have been. In a world without climate change. New York Times science reporter John Schwarz. Tribal and environmental groups opposed to end Bridge Energies Line three oil pipeline project have asked the Minnesota Supreme Court to overturn a lower court decision affirming the approvals. Granted by independent regulators that allowed construction to begin last December..

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Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

Native America Calling

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

"The minnesota court of appeals has up held approvals of permits for the line. Three oil pipeline. The move is seen as a win. For enbridge energy the company behind the project but indigenous groups and their allies. Fighting construction are not backing down mike. Mohan reports in a two one decision. The court said state regulators acted properly when giving their consent align three which is being built to replace an aging oil pipeline that runs across northern minnesota winona. La duke is one of the leading tribal advocates speaking out against lying three. She says the state including governor at him walls has let them down. I am so dismayed by. The court of appeals and we will stand in resistance with thousands of others. This summer is young. She says the ruling will result in more people arrested or heard with opposition surfacing along the construction route last week. Protestors held their largest gathering yet resulting in arrests after people locked themselves to equipment. Meanwhile the duke says they're pleading with a biden administration to intervene canada-based end bridge says lion three creates thousands of jobs that high degrees of safety are being applied to construction and maintenance installation of line. Three is nearly sixty percent complete and the court noted its presence while troublesome too many groups and tribal members is less of an environmental risk than the current line. But luke says it's a direct threat to natural resources. Tribes rely on watersheds are now subject to bridges aggression and destruction. Even if this decision is appealed to the minnesota supreme court opponents. Worry that would take a long time before a ruling is issued. They say that's why they want. President joe biden to take action with construction moving forward now. is mike moen

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Minnesota Supreme Court throws out rape conviction because intoxicated woman willingly consumed alcohol

Bryan Suits

00:26 sec | 6 months ago

Minnesota Supreme Court throws out rape conviction because intoxicated woman willingly consumed alcohol

"Court has ruled a person can't be found guilty of rape. If the victim willingly drink or took drugs and the ruling the court throughout the third degree sexual misconduct conviction of Francoise Khalil, the court ruled his victim wasn't mentally incapacitated because She wasn't given alcohol without her consent. Democratic representative Kelly Mueller's argues victims who are intoxicated to the degree that they're unable to give consent are entitled to justice locals can

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:16 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KGO 810

"Will talk about more of the royal fall out where the Royals are saying. We're not racist, mostly, that's still to come. But we're watching what's going on in Minneapolis. And there was some news today that now the cop there Um Derek shove in is, uh, is facing a new charge third degree murder to help us try to understand what this is and why the jury selection seems to be taking in my estimation too long. Is the former assistant U S attorney for the district. David Katz and David First of all, First of all, Welcome back to the show. I love talking to you. So thank you so much for being on the program once again, But David, tell me about this. Great thanks. Tell me about this third degree murder charge of what the deal is there. Well, it's interesting. It's a lesser charge the main charge against him his second degree murder. There are also some manslaughter charges. Given the sentencing prison system and so forth. And Minnesota it's thought that he would get about 11 to 15 years in prison if he's convicted of second degree murder. But there's also something called third degree murder on which he could face 25 years. And so he might get justice long on third degree murder, as he would on a second degree murder. But the strange thing about third degree murder is being a lesser charge between second degree murder and manslaughter, which the jury could also find. But on manslaughter. They think you'd only serve about five years. And of course, people are very worried about the injustice. I've been getting a mere five years actually served in prison. And, of course, the public reaction to do a sentence you know, finding only of manslaughter and a sentence of only five years that he actually served. So this third degree murder has been important for the prosecution. They've been the ones that have been really pressing for it. Meanwhile, Sheldon's attorney doesn't want it there excelled in the police since attorney He wanted to be second degree murder or manslaughter. Try to beat the second degree murder. Have it just be manslaughter found by the jury in their verdict and have it be a sense that actually ends up getting five years? This issue was actually dealt with by the trial judge whose name is judge Cahill and judge Cahill said, though this third degree murder cannot stand, and that's what's gotten kicked around in the Court of Appeals of their in state court in Minnesota and has finally been not decided now by the Minnesota Supreme Court. That's what the potential delay has been, Chris. I get a little bit more into third degree murder, if you like and what the issue is there Yeah. What I'd like to do David Cancer. Former assistant U S attorney for the district now private practice attorney in Los Angeles area What I'd like to do David to sort of walk me through some of the differences. So if I understand this correctly, first degree murder is premeditated. We all are pretty pretty familiar with with premeditated murder. Second degree murder is in a bullet point. Was that like a murder of opportunity? How does that How does that work exactly? It's not premeditated, but it's with the intent to murder the thing about third degree murder. It's without intent to affect the death. In other words, if it surgically murder as much jail time at Shelvin could get for it. There would also be the argument by him at it. Sensing that wait a second, the jury found that I didn't intend to cause the death of and Floyd no matter what the videos show no matter what people testified to the jury found under third degree murder, that I did it without the intent to affect the Jets. Of any person, and what's weird about the statute is that it talks about people who caused death by perpetrating an act dangerous to others. The statute could have said, dangerous to another person. Years that odd expression dangerous to others. So it was believed that it had to be causing danger to more than one person. Okay, so account who fired into a crowd of people without intending to kill anybody, but could have hit three or four people that was a third degree murder candidate. That's why the judge said. What others? The only caused harm, potentially or death to one person, Floyd, right, and not to anything else, Um, on Lee to Floyd, and therefore he dismissed the charge. The prosecution went up on appeal. They got it reinstated based on a decision. Believe it or not, there's another Minnesota cop who has a third degree murder case. He's the one who responded to the 911 a couple of years ago and ended up shooting the person who called 911 into a shooting victim. A woman from Australia in that case, which is called newer, Chris They decided that it doesn't that others although not the best phrasing in the statute, others can be just one other and that is why the judge found today. Well, one other would have been Floyd. That would have been who show even put in risk of death. Whether he intended to kill him or not. He engaged in such acts with such bad intent that he caused the death of him and should be punished for third degree manslaughter. A third to be murdered. David gathered David David Cancer. Former assistant U S attorney in the L. A district is joining us down David in the private practice Now, of course you you've prosecuted you. You've also defended people if you're a defense attorney Um, And in the back of your mind, you're thinking about potential outcomes. If your client is found guilty of third degree murder, aren't you immediately planning on appealing based on the definition of of the danger to others in in the exact Thing that was just sorted out because if I if I recall correctly, the Minnesota appeals court just remanded it back to the original The judge and said, Have a look at it again. Didn't they make unnecessarily a ruling out? It did they Well, that's exactly what they did. But they said, you need to consider the facts here in light of the facts in more and in the New York case, the cop who showed up it ended up killing the victim. He only presented danger toe one person, So if your could be convicted properly, a third degree murder, the judge said today, I know it's a different setting. But that sounds like the same principle applies. Eric Salve, and on Lee acted with a depraved mind whether he intended to kill. You know, Floyd or not, he acted with a depraved mind. He did something that was dangerous. So dangerous to another person. You know, Sitting there with his, you know, neck with his knee on his neck for eight minutes. Like we all saw in the video tapes that were made of that, by the bye standard that it seemed obvious and I think on appeal, they won't win. But obviously the placement Of Terry's. If they're the ones who lose if they're the appellant's will argue that point, But I think they're gonna lose it. I think that Minnesota Court of Appeals was right that if you act with the depraved mind toward others, and you will result in the death of one person, it doesn't have to be more than one person like a crowd that you menaced by acting as a policeman, whether depraved mind It's enough if it was Floyd. I see all right. In this case, the plural of others doesn't mean doesn't preclude one individual that includes one individual and anyone else. I understand now David Katz joining us now, right? No, no, I dreamt of it. And then they said, You're not smart enough for this. S O s. Oh, David. What? You're dreaming while you drink? You got that one. Exactly Right. So, David, what That is the difference between third degree murder, which which means somebody died. But you didn't necessarily have to have intent and then manslaughter. Those sound very similar based on my understanding of the two crimes. Well, the manslaughter is war. I think in in the heat of the moment, that sort of thing if you could imagine him, maybe being on his neck for 30 seconds, right? Um, that it happened for 30 seconds. If there had been more, um, of something that wasn't such a depraved mind to actually be murdered. I mean, while you don't cause you don't intend to affect the death of a person you caused their death by perpetrating an act. Eminently dangerous the others and evincing a depraved mind without regard for human life s O if they found for some reason that he didn't intend it for whatever reason. But he did what we all saw him do. They could very rightly convict him of this third degree murder, and that's what the prosecution wants. You know, One of the TV commentators is not commentating on this case, but is actually arguing for the prosecution. He's sort of a special prosecutor for the prosecution against Soviet And he argued these points today and I think that he has the better of those arguments. They also stated some jurors. I think the jury selection is going faster than the judge predicted. Andre might actually wrap it up..

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And sun shining through some clouds outside our Miramar studio. Still, a bit of Ah, bursts of went here and there, so do plan accordingly. Some wet roadways Sistol contend with throughout portions. Of Miami Dade and West Broward County. 71 right now in Parkland at 75 Kendall, a 10 02. Today marks one year since the normal life that we knew changed. Now the World Health Organization had declared a virus of a global pandemic, and we've got a nearly $2 trillion relief bill a year later, now headed to the president. Step. President says he'll sign it tomorrow, sending most Americans $1400 By the end of the month. The first batch of payments will be sent Elektronik Lee to taxpayers who have direct deposit with the I. R s qualifying. Families can also now claim a larger challenge tax credit for 2021 $3600 for each child aged five and under, and $3000 for older Children under 18 and CBC's Kenneth Boat in reporting. Meanwhile, President Biden is addressing the nation tonight. I'm going on prime time address the American people. Talk about what we've been through is the nation this past year? But more importantly, I'm gonna talk about what comes next. The president will also be discussing the stimulus bill that he is supposed to be signing off on tomorrow. It's an eight PM speech tonight. You can hear the President live right here on w y o d w y o d dot com and streaming on our I heart radio app as well. Coming up on 10 03 this morning. We've got former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin, who is going to be facing a third degree murder charge. The judge making that decision today in the trial of the former cop accused of killing George Floyd. The move coming after the Minnesota Supreme Court refused to get involved in the case yesterday, Shovel was already facing second green murder and second degree manslaughter charges. Coming up now on 10 04 deadly scene under investigation in the city of Miami this morning. We.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

"Are now eligible to schedules appointments to receive the vaccine. Also state of Ohio announced ST John Arena on the old issue. Campus will be a pop up covered vaccination site beginning next week. Eligible Ohioans will have to register for Shot. They're Americans will start seeing the next round of stimulus checks this month. President Biden said the money will start showing up within two weeks after he signs the coronavirus relief bill Friday. The nearly $2 trillion spending bill includes direct $1400 stimulus payments to millions of Americans as well as extended unemployment benefits. Today marks the first anniversary of the World Health Organization declaring the Corona virus outbreak a pandemic March 11th of last year. There were about 111 100 known cases in the U. S. And only 38 people had died. Now more than 29 million Americans have been infected well over a half million have died. A Minnesota judge today will consider adding new charges against former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin Children's already charged with second degree murder and manslaughter for the death of George Floyd. Last year. Yesterday, the Minnesota Supreme Court denied a request by showbiz lawyers. Reconsider a charge of third degree murder. New study ranks Columbus near the bottom of the list of happiest cities in America. Wallet help, says five Ohio cities were all listed in the bottom half of 182. Major U. S Cities surveyed it examined 31 indicators of happiness, including income, depression rates, leisure time environment, employment in community. Columbus was best in Ohio at 110, Cleveland, worst in the state. 181 I'm Scott Jennings. Next news updated seven. The Brandon boxes shows back.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:48 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Latest woman who accused New York's governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct, says the governor groped her in his residence. That's triggering more calls for his resignation. Before these latest details came out, 76 State lawmakers wanted Cuomo out now By our count, that number is 85. It's expected to continue to growth. Democrat Assemblyman Ron Kim. Tells Fox News. A group of female lawmakers are circulating a letter demanding the governor step down immediately in light of these new allegations. Cuomo denies the charges. Five police officers in Oklahoma City will be charged with manslaughter. The death of a robbery suspect seen on video dropping his gun but was shot when he appeared to reach for his back pocket AUSTIN, Texas Issuing a murder warrant for one of its police officers, Christopher Taylor has been on leave since the shooting death last April of the fleeing drug suspect. In the trial of the Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd staff. Potential jurors were questioned for a second day, adding five to date on the way to a 12 person jury with two alternates. We've also learned from Derrick Show Vin's attorney, Eric Nelson, that at least two of three other former officers charged will not be testifying in this trial. I confirmed with you to the attorney's last night, but they're not permitting their clients to testify, and the Minnesota Supreme Court has also declined to hear a defense appeal to block Third degree murder charge in the case, a charge that Judge Peter Cahill will discuss in the morning. Jeff Man also Fox News in Burma. Six more people protesting the military's takeover of the government last month have been shot to death. In Indonesia, A bus carrying middle school Children on a field trip has plunged into a ravine, killing at least 27. Police.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:59 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Insurance Company in affiliates. Person governmental emitted by state law. The Albany Times Union reporting the latest woman who accused New York's governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct. Says the governor groped her in his residence. That's triggering more calls for his resignation. Before these latest details came out 76 state lawmakers wanted quo out now By our count, that number is 85. It's expected to continue to growth, Democrat Assemblyman Ron Kim tells Fox News. A group of female lawmakers. Are circulating a letter demanding the governor step down immediately in light of these new allegations. Cuomo denies the charges. Five police officers in Oklahoma City will be charged with manslaughter. The death of a robbery suspect seen on video dropping his gun but was shot when he appeared to reach for his back pocket AUSTIN, Texas Issuing a murder warrant for one of its police officers, Christopher Taylor has been on leave since the shooting death last April of the fleeing drug suspect. In the trial of the Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd staff. Potential jurors were questioned for a second day, adding five to date on the way to a 12 person jury with two alternates. We've also learned from Derrick Show Vin's attorney, Eric Nelson, that at least two of three other former officers charged will not be testifying in this trial. I confirmed with you to the attorney's last night, but they're not permitting their clients to testify in the Minnesota Supreme Court has also declined to hear a defense appeal to block Third degree murder charge in the case, a charge that Judge Peter Cahill will discuss in the morning. Jeff Man also Fox News in Burma. Six more people protesting the military's takeover of the government last month have been shot to death. In Indonesia, A bus carrying middle school Children on a field trip has plunged into a ravine, killing at least 27. Police say the brakes failed. I'm Jack Callahan. This is Fox two years..

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The latest woman who accused New York's governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct, says the governor groped her in his residence. That's triggering more calls for his resignation. Before these latest details came out, 76 State lawmakers wanted Cuomo out now By our count, that number is 85. It's expected to continue to growth, Democrat Assemblyman Ron Kim tells Fox News. A group of female lawmakers are circulating. Letter demanding the governor step down immediately in light of these new allegations. Cuomo denies the charges. Five police officers in Oklahoma City will be charged with manslaughter. In the death of a robbery suspect seen on video dropping his gun but was shot when he appeared to reach for his back pocket AUSTIN, Texas Issuing a murder warrant for one of its police officers, Christopher Taylor has been on leave since the shooting death last April of the fleeing drug suspect in the trial of the Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd staff. Potential jurors were questioned for a second day, adding five to date on the way to a 12 person jury with two alternates. We've also learned from Derrick Show Vin's attorney, Eric Nell. Soon that at least two of three other former officers charged will not be testifying in this trial. I confirmed with you to the attorney's last night, but they're not permitting their clients to testify, and the Minnesota Supreme Court has also declined to hear a defense appeal to block the third degree murder charge in the case, a charge that judge Peter Cahill will discuss in the morning. Jeff Man. Also Fox News in Burma. Six more people protesting the military's takeover of the government last month have been shot to death in Indonesia. A bus carrying middle school Children on a field trip has plunged into a ravine, killing at least 27. Police say the brakes.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The latest woman who accused New York's governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct, says the governor groped her in his residence. That's triggering more calls for his resignation. Before these latest details came out, 76 State lawmakers wanted Cuomo out now By our count, that number is 85. It's expected to continue to growth. Democrat, Assemblyman Ron Kim tells Fox News. A group of female lawmakers are circulating a letter demanding the governor step down immediately in light of these new allegations. Cuomo denies the charges. Five police officers in Oklahoma City will be charged with manslaughter. In the death of a robbery suspect seen on video dropping his gun but was shot when he appeared to reach for his back pocket AUSTIN sexist, issuing a murder warrant for one of its police officers, Christopher Taylor has been on leave since the shooting death last April of the fleeing drug suspect in the trial of the Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd staff. Potential jurors were questioned for a second day, adding five to date on the way to a 12 person jury with two alternates. We've also learned from Derek Sheldon's attorney, Eric Nails. Certain that at least two of three other former officers charged will not be testifying in this trial. I confirmed with you to the attorney's last night that they're not permitting their clients to testify, and the Minnesota Supreme Court has also declined to hear a defense appeal to block the third degree murder charge in the case, a charge that judge Peter Cahill will discuss in the morning. Jeff Manasso Fox News in Burma. Six more people protesting the military's takeover of the government last month have been shot to death in Indonesia. A bus carrying middle school Children on a field trip has plunged into a ravine, killing at least 27. Police say the brakes failed..

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Reporting. The latest woman who accused New York's governor Andrew Cuomo of sexual misconduct, says the governor groped her in his residence. That's triggering more calls for his resignation. Before these latest details came out, 76 State lawmakers wanted Cuomo out now By our count, that number is 85. It's expected to continue to growth. Democrat Assemblyman Ron Kim. Tells Fox News. A group of female lawmakers are circulating a letter demanding the governor step down immediately in light of these new allegations. Cuomo denies the charges. Five police officers in Oklahoma City will be charged with manslaughter. The death of a robbery suspect seen on video dropping his gun but was shot when he appeared to reach for his back pocket AUSTIN, Texas Issuing a murder warrant for one of its police officers, Christopher Taylor has been on leave since the shooting death last April of the fleeing drug suspect in the trial of the Minneapolis police officer charged in George Floyd's death. Potential jurors were questioned for a second day, adding five to date on the way to a 12 person jury with two alternates. We've also learned from Derrick Show Vin's attorney, Eric Nails. Said that at least two of three other former officers charged will not be testifying in this trial. I confirmed with you to the attorney's last night, but they're not permitting their clients to testify in the Minnesota Supreme Court has also declined to hear a defense appeal to block the third degree murder charge in the case, a charge that judge Peter Cahill will discuss in the morning. Jeff Manasso Fox News in Burma. Six more people protesting the military's takeover of the government last month have been shot to death in Indonesia, A bus carrying middle school Children on a field trip has plunged into a ravine. Killing at least 27..

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Jury selection continues in trial of Derek Chauvin

NPR News Now

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Jury selection continues in trial of Derek Chauvin

"Jury selection continues and the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer. Who's charged with murdering george floyd details from npr's agent loretto two additional jurors have been chosen for the trial bringing the total to five among those chosen. Was the first black man who during questioning said. He was an immigrant to the us. One thing lawyers in the case or paying close attention to the jury's racial makeup given important role of race in the trial meanwhile the minnesota supreme court has rejected an appeal from the defense aimed at stopping state prosecutors from adding a lesser third degree murder charge against derek chauvin which could make winning a conviction easier. The ruling makes the addition of that charge. More likely it also revive the possibility that trial could be delayed if the defense requests more time to

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:30 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Good noon. He knows the partnership with Johnson and Johnson to live to deliver another 100 million doses of covert vaccine. He again like in fighting the virus to fighting a war on doing this because this wartime efforts we need maximum flexibility. There's always a change, the more encounter unexpected challenges. Or will be a new need for vaccine effort a vaccination effort, the president said. If there's any surplus vaccine would we shared with the world, he said the U. S has already committed to providing $4 billion to the global initiative to get vaccines to developing countries. The Minnesota Supreme Court will not hear the appeal of Derek Chauffeur in the former Minneapolis police officer who's trying to block a third degree murder charge in the death of George Floyd from being reinstated. Chopin's already charged with second degree murder and manslaughter on Wall Street, the Dow plus 4 64 closing at a record high, the NASDAQ down five Americans listening to Fox News Joint Hi. I'm just seeing him from Oakland, California and I have been driving with lift for one year when I'm not driving with lift. I work full time nonprofit in San Francisco. Driving for lift helps me out financially. I use it to get ahead and some of my bills. I love that I that I'm able to manage how much money I could make in When I'm behind the will. I'm in charge. I know the city and I know how to take care of my passengers,.

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Minnesota Supreme Court won't intervene on third-degree murder charge in Derek Chauvin trial

Gaydos and Chad

00:17 sec | 6 months ago

Minnesota Supreme Court won't intervene on third-degree murder charge in Derek Chauvin trial

"Supreme Court declined to hear for Minneapolis Police officer Derek Showbiz appeal the block an additional charge of third degree murder from being reinstated. It's now up to the trial judge to decide of hell and that charge to the existing second degree murder and manslaughter charges show and faces in connection with the death of George Floyd.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"President Biden will sign the $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan later this week. It includes $1400 payments for many Americans. The bill passed the house today. Everything in the American Rescue plan addresses a real need. Including investments to fund our entire vaccination effort, more vaccines, more vaccinate whores and more vaccinations sites. Vaccines were theme of his remarks. He was joined the White House by the CEO of Johnson and Johnson and Merck. He hailed their agreement to work together on vaccine production. The result is that we're now on track to have enough vaccine supply. For every American adult by the end of May, the White House says one in four American adults has got at least one dose of the vaccine. The president saw more members of his Cabinet confirmed. Marcia Fudge is secretary of Housing and Urban Development and his attorney general Choice. The A's are 70. The nays are 30 and the nomination is confirmed. Senator Jacky Rosen of Nevada, reading the final tally in the vote to confirm Merrick Garland. He prosecuted Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh and was famously denied a hearing in the Senate five years ago when then President Obama nominated him to the Supreme Court. The Minnesota Supreme Court declined to hear for Minneapolis Police officer Derek Showbiz appeal the block an additional charge of third degree murder from being reinstated. It's now up to the trial judge to decide if Hill and that charge to the existing second degree murder and manslaughter charges. Sheldon faces in connection with the death of George Floyd. Jury selection continues. His ABC is Mark Malard 1/5 juror has now been seated, identified by reporters in the room as a black man in his thirties or forties. He's now the first black man to be seated on the jury, but not the first person of color. There is also a woman of color in her twenties or thirties. The three other members so far appear to be relatively young white men. You're listening to ABC News from California's Capital.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WTVN

"The party's here are sparring over this court of Appeals decision last week, ruling that the judge in this case has to reconsider reinstating Third degree murder charge Now. That charge was dropped previously by this judge, But the judge here in this case is saying that he does not believe right now that he has jurisdiction over that charge. He wants to wait for the Minnesota Supreme Court to sort of address this issue. Baby sees Alex Perez in Minneapolis. Two more arrests in the capital insurrection, one of them Roberto Manu, to reportedly provided security to trump confident Roger Stone in the hours before the insurrection on January. 6th, former President Trump's longtime adviser, Roger Stone, was seen on video Go outside of Washington, D C hotel flat by members of the militia group Oath keepers, Robert maneuver, his wife told us her husband was among those oath Keepers. Mendota has now been arrested. Noodle owns a tattoo parlor in Newburgh, where he was arrested Saturday by the FBI. A be Caesar and Qatar. Ski paperwork Delay means it'll be later this week before the House come past the pandemic relief bill the Senate approved over the weekend, Speaker Nancy Pelosi will be having further discussion. About this bill as we move forward to its passage in the next 24 48 hours, we're on the clock extended unemployment benefits set to expire this coming Sunday, The Biden administration said it is offering temporary legal residency to several 100,000 gallons of Venezuelans who fled their country's economic collapse and will review US sanctions against Caracas. North Carolina's chapter of the Sons of Confederate veterans is suing the state. Over the decision to stop issuing license plates bearing the Confederate battle flag. The group says it wasn't consulted about the decision. You're listening to ABC News. Maybe. Ohio's governor, Mike DeWine, held a covert 19 briefing this afternoon, and he announced that he spoke to health commissioners in the state this morning, and they advised him to expand eligibility for vaccinations against coffin 19, and that's exactly what he did this afternoon on Thursday of this week. We will add. What we will call phase. One d Type two diabetes and end stage renal disease. Dwyane says Age eligibility is also expanding. Starting this Thursday morning. Those Ohioans that air 50 and older are going to start being able to get vaccinated. Those 50 to 59 years of age. Total population in Ohio is approximately 1.2 million. End stage renal disease. Those under 50 we think is about 25,000. And Type two diabetes again under 50 eyes about 172,000. We believe 1200 new cases of covert 19 were reported today by the Ohio Department of Health. 84 new Hospitalizations and 16 new ICU admissions were also a part of today's report. The State Health Department now only reports deaths twice a week, and they did not have any new updated data on that indicator. The governor is going to be recognizing the one year anniversary of the first ever recorded case of covert 19 in the state. The governor has ordered that all U. S and Ohio flags be flown at half staff upon all public buildings and grounds throughout the state. From sunrise to sunset on Tuesday, March 9th and in Oxford, Ohio, My university is gonna be returning to full in person classes starting in the fall. The school says. It's some classes are gonna have an online option. But there's gonna be no fully remote education. All Miami faculty and staff should be back. Fascinated by the middle of summer. I'm Sarah lease from around town.

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Monday, the Center for Disease Control announce To fully vaccinated, people can gather privately indoors without wearing masks or having to practice social distancing. The CDC estimates that about 9% of Americans are fully vaccinated. That's roughly 30. Million people continued low covert numbers for the Commonwealth 18 newly confirmed deaths. 672 people hospitalized in a seven day positivity rate of 1.67% in Washington, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Wednesday morning at the latest for unexpected vote on that Senate passed $1.9 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill, a Massachusetts congressman among House Democrats calling on the I. R s to extend the filing deadline for American taxpayers. Here's Tom Roberts. Currently, Americans must file their tax returns by April, 15th. Congressman Richard Neal and Bill passed Grill are asking the Iris to extend the deadline as many Americans are set to receive unemployment. Once President Biden's coronavirus relief bill is signed into law, the bill would wave taxes on unemployment compensation for certain people who meet the income threshold. Both congressman argued. Taxpayers need more time to file accurate returns and get their questions answered by the I. R s I'm Tom Roberts. Prosecutors in Minnesota move forward with their effort to strengthen the murder case against former police officer Derek Showman and the death of George Floyd. That's delayed the start of jury selection now expected to begin tomorrow. Here's a B C's Alex Perez parties here are sparring over this court of Appeals decision last week, ruling that the judge in this case has to reconsider reinstating a third degree murder charge. That charge was dropped previously by this judge. But the judge here in this case is saying that he does not believe right now that he has jurisdiction over that charge. He wants to wait for the Minnesota Supreme Court to sort of address this issue of fatal pedestrian accident.

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Trump campaign loses more appeals and California

News, Traffic and Weather

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

Trump campaign loses more appeals and California

"Election losses Friday for President Trump in his floundering election challenges the Trump campaign losing in Nevada and the Michigan appeals court. Also, the Minnesota Supreme Court, dismissed the challenge brought by GOP lawmakers and in Arizona judge threw out a bid to undo President elect Joe Biden's victory there. Meantime, the state with the most electoral college votes, has given the nod to Biden. Over a month after the election. California now certifying its results and appointing 55 electors to Joe Biden, based on state. Sort of now certified. The results in a tally by The Associated Press. California brings the tally of pledged electors for Joe Biden over the 270 he needs. The electors pledged in California on Friday, will meet with her counterparts on December 14th the formally vote for the next President. Alex Stone. ABC NEWS LOS

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"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"minnesota supreme court" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"He's like, indicating how bad his head is hurting and I'm just like, oh, wow, like it. He continued to play football for many more years after that. So did he rate? I mean, it's during football season. I don't wanna ruin your fun. Like football is a fun sport. I played it. I cover it. Now there's a lot that airs offer to the game, but if you watch this thing, it's hard not to think about what's happening to these guys out there and hard to think of like not just junior sale with all these men and former teammates who in not to be unkind. They seem greatly diminished. And I'm thinking, particularly here Gary Plummer in Fred macmurray. And if you watch, if you watch this documentary and you see Gary Plummer in front McCreary, come back to me, reach out to me and you'll know exactly what I'm talking about. You just kinda feel like there's a sad ending at the end of this. And so, yeah, most innings, no come like drew Brees origin. You say house there somewhere in the middle in if you happen to believe the latest news on CTE in Toronto, brain injuries in the NFO those. Index can still end up being pretty bad. So yes, you asked us who are hype abso- who's yours? So I'm going to bring us down as well by talking about Brad Kavanagh. He before he said, repeatedly that he liked beer. He was telling anyone who would listen that he likes sports. He likes going to games with his dad. He likes buying a mysterious amount of Washington National season tickets. He likes coaching girls, basketball, and that's how you know he's going to be a great supreme court Justice because no one who likes sports has ever been bad. But I want to talk about another supreme court. Justice who has a connection to sports and that is the longtime judge on the Minnesota supreme court. Alan page Alan pages, an NFL hall of Famer. He played on the Vikings and the seventy s. He was part of the famed purple people, eaters defensive line. He joined the bears at the end of his fifteen year career. He was a six time all pro. He was the AP NFL defensive player of the year one year. Great player has all of the accolades and also while he was still playing for the Vikings, he was going to university of Minnesota law school. At night. He got his JD. He worked at a law firm and the off season, which is like Hugh hidden played that long ago. This was like in the seventies, but that's like a very kind of old timey idea. Like even something that happened that recently, that player would have an off season job, much less work at a law firm. Then after he left the league, he became an assistant attorney general in Minnesota than a nine hundred ninety two and associate Justice on the Minnesota supreme court. They have six year terms. He. Got was was on it again and again, and again, and then he stayed until he turned seventy two thousand fifteen, or they have mandatory retirement and Minnesota. Alan page is a guy who I think people might have heard of, but in Minnesota, in particular, he is totally revered and just seems like a person that everybody in that state loves and respects, and you really got a sense of that. This local news clip that I came across on Twitter, the other day that honestly, like made me tear up. It was so emotional, like his wife is longtime wife, who somebody who people in Minnesota also know Diane who had an education foundation with died within the last week or so, and and page and his wife would always go to the the marathon. I think it's in Minneapolis and would cheer on runners and for whatever for some reason as does he. He plays the tuba during the marathon. So like NFL hall of Famer Minnesota supreme court. Justice also plays the tuba. And so there's this footage and this news report of Alan page a week after his wife dies wanting to like go out and support runners at the marathon, playing the tuba, and you have all these runners stopping in the middle of the Ron going up to him and offering condolences. And I have a clip of that that I'd like to play. Thank you for more for children in the city. Mike condolences to him. Hickey applying. In writing..

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