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El Paso Walmart shooting suspect won’t face death penalty, DOJ says

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

El Paso Walmart shooting suspect won’t face death penalty, DOJ says

"Man accused of a racist massacre at a Walmart in El Paso won't face the death penalty in federal court. I Norman hall, federal prosecutors will not seek the death penalty for Patrick crusius for the 2019 attack that left 23 people dead and dozens wounded. From the Dallas area, is accused of traveling to West Texas to target Mexicans, prosecutors did not explain in their court filing while they won't seek the death penalty for crucial, although he could still face execution if convicted and state court. The decision not to pursue the death penalty in the case could be a defining moment for the Justice Department, it is sent mixed signals about capital punishment during his campaign, president Joe Biden pledged to abolish the death penalty. I Norman

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US launches online system to seek asylum on Mexican border

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 weeks ago

US launches online system to seek asylum on Mexican border

"The Biden administration has launched an online system for migrants on the Mexican border seeking asylum. I Norman hall. U.S. customs and border protection is allowing migrants to make appointments up to two weeks out using its website and through a mobile app called CBP one, the online system is poised to replace a complicated patchwork of exemptions to a public health order known as tidal 42. It was used by the government to deny migrants U.S. and international rights to claim asylum since March 2020 under the new system migrants apply directly to the agency and a government official will determine who gets in. The appointments will be at one of 8 crossings at Brownsville, El Paso, idol and Laredo in Texas, nogales, Arizona, and lexico and San Diego in California. I Norman hall

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Gov. Abbott Is Trying to Solve the Border, Alejandro Mayorkas Is Not

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Gov. Abbott Is Trying to Solve the Border, Alejandro Mayorkas Is Not

"Governor Abbott is heroic in his efforts to secure the border. In fact, he did not back down. He was waiting for Biden on the tarmac in El Paso, handed him a letter, specifying the Biden administration's failures, challenged Biden in person, challenged Biden in public, governor Abbott is doing all he can to secure the border. So along comes major orchis, criticizing the governor's efforts to secure the Texas border. Well, governor Abbott is not collaborating with the federal government on an issue that requires collaboration. We can not have the rights and the needs of individuals who are seeking humanitarian relief in the United States. The exploited for political purposes. We can not have unilateral governor action that is not coordinated with the federal government to address an issue that is of national importance. How about that? So the cabinet secretary in charge of the border is criticizing an American governor for trying to secure his border. That's what Biden has now. Delivered to the American people. It's so disgusting. It makes me physically sick.

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Joe Biden Looks Bad Following El Paso Border Visit

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:55 sec | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden Looks Bad Following El Paso Border Visit

"It's pretty gratifying to see a lot of the things we've been talking about for two years come to fruition, right? Like this border catastrophe that Biden created and you look, look at the way the media is turning on Biden over the border. This El Paso visit was spectacular for our site. They look so bad. And this mayor's character, the secretary, this secretary mayorkas was literally reduced to criticizing the governor of Texas for working to secure his state's border. That's how bad things have gotten with our border. And it's absolutely disastrous for the Biden administration and everybody knows it. You know, I keep having this sneaking suspicion that the only reason that the media is turning on Biden is they're done with him.

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President Biden Finally Went to the Border

The Trish Regan Show

00:58 sec | 3 weeks ago

President Biden Finally Went to the Border

"Someone from the Biden administration action show by himself finally made it to El Paso, Texas, about time, don't you think? And we're struggling with the border crisis, unlike anything that we have ever seen, he put Kamala Harris in charge of the deal and she was pretty angry about it. I guess it's not such a plum assignment for anybody in the Democrat party that wants to have a future because you see the Democrats. They have themselves really backed into a corner on this one because none of what they've said on immigration really makes any sense. Somehow, it's perfectly fine, they think, to just bring one bring all, everybody can come here and somehow we're going to just make Texas pay for them all. Integrate them all. School, medical care. I mean, it's so bizarre. And it's such a sort of overtly political move that hasn't paid off. I mean, let's face it, it's never going to pay off, because it's not in line with the ultra woke, and the ultra woke has taken over the party.

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Biden inspects US-Mexico border in face of GOP criticism

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 weeks ago

Biden inspects US-Mexico border in face of GOP criticism

"President Biden is in Mexico for a summit of North American leaders after a visit to the border. A lot of resources we're going to get him for him. President Biden's trip to El Paso, Texas Sunday was his first visit to the U.S. Mexico border since taking office. He was met at the airport by Texas governor Greg Abbott, who handed him a letter of criticism. Tens of thousands of Texas have been had their lives destroyed. By his open border post. At a port of entry, the president viewed a demonstration of officers checking cars for drugs and other contraband. He also visited the El Paso county migrant services center, where aid workers spoke about the services they provide to hundreds of people each day who have been released by border patrol. If I could wait a while, what would you want me to do? One of the things that was really important for me. El Paso representative Veronica Escobar says she was grateful for the president's visit. Talking to people who are doing the work on the ground every single day. I'm Jennifer King

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Biden inspects busy port of entry along US-Mexico border

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Biden inspects busy port of entry along US-Mexico border

"After a visit to El Paso, Texas, President Biden is heading to Mexico City to meet with other leaders to discuss immigration and drugs at the U.S. southern border. At a busy port of entry in El Paso, President Biden viewed a demonstration of officers checking cars for drugs, money, and other contraband. He was met at the airport by governor Greg Abbott, who handed him a letter of criticism. Tens of thousands of Texas have been had their lives destroyed. By his open border pass. The argument also playing out in Washington, congressman Jim Jordan on Fox News Sunday. Says President Biden created this mess. And he did it from day one, is they undid the good policies president Trump had in place. But Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas says the number of migrants fleeing Central and South America has skyrocketed. This is something that is not unique to the United States. It's gripping the hemisphere and a regional challenge requires a regional solution. He spoke on ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos. I'm Jackie Quinn

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On eve of Biden's border visit, migrants fear new rules

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

On eve of Biden's border visit, migrants fear new rules

"President Biden is visiting the border city of El Paso, Texas today for a firsthand look at the migrant situation. Some 300 migrants camped out on sidewalks outside a church, chanting the good outnumber the bad. Many say they're afraid to seek formal shelter with the president's new restrictions announced last week that some from Cuba, Nicaragua Haiti and Venezuela would be expelled to Mexico. If they entered the U.S. illegally, advocates describe a new level of fear and confusion. Rosemary Rojas says they're hoping for humanity. That people will be seen for the humans that they are, not by the color of their skin and the degradation of these racist policies. President Biden after visiting El Paso. Meets with North American leaders in Mexico City. Immigration and drug trafficking are on the agenda. I'm Jackie Quinn

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Caller: D.C. Politicians Should Experience Border Crisis First-Hand

Mark Levin

01:31 min | Last month

Caller: D.C. Politicians Should Experience Border Crisis First-Hand

"Want to say it's an honor to speak to you I was born in El Paso And lived about 5 miles away in another one from the Texas state lines I just you know your listeners to know that it is bad here in El Paso I don't care what the news says with the mayor says it's bad I mean we had a 12 year old girl hit by a car about two weeks ago On the border highway they were illegally another one this weekend Those crossing are made your highway They're leaving trash and people's yards They're sleeping in people's yards It's bad here And I don't know if the people in El Paso will just want to turn their backs but it's like they don't see it and they're not going to say anything And I think that I think we should move our capital From Washington D.C. to El Paso Texas What do you think about that I don't know I don't know if I want all those politicians Well that's a good point That doesn't help you very much But I think the people in Washington D.C. should experience the Nirvana the Paradise that they're creating on the border there Yes sir You know when Kamala Harris said she you know we've been to the border No You haven't She didn't go to the border She was about 15 You know there's a restaurant called the border I think she meant she went to the restaurant I called the border because she's never been anywhere near the border And of course Joe Biden's too busy He can't go to the border He says he's busy What do you want him to do

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Largest Migrant Caravan Crosses Rio Grande Into El Paso

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Largest Migrant Caravan Crosses Rio Grande Into El Paso

"Can you continue to play that music in the background as you produce As a calming effect as I read this daily mail the ticking border time bone 1000 migrants in the largest caravan in history Crosses the Rio Grande into El Paso With huge numbers being released under the streets just 9 days until title 42 Possibly the largest single caravan so far to cross the United States from Mexico People from Cuba Venezuela and Nicaragua By the way those are all communist regimes Because they're so fantastic How about we trade a thousand of these migrants for one Bernie Sanders Would you agree with that mister did I would Comes just 9 days before a federal judge appointed by Clinton Emmett Sullivan real head case Decided at the urging of the ACLU that the continuation of title 42 was illegal Emmett Sullivan shore lives in a very comfortable home been only government dull most of his life In the suburbs for Washington D.C. perhaps perhaps in D.C. In its Sullivan would never move down to McAllen Texas or El Paso Texas where he can enjoy the fruits of his rulings and so the Democrat party whether they are represented on the bench in the Oval Office in Congress they do not believe in replacement theory No no no no When Chuck Schumer specifically said that we're not having enough births here in America So we need to replace the workforce with immigrants He didn't mean replace he meant replace

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Rep. Veronica Escobar: Congress Needs to Act on the Border Crisis

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:06 min | Last month

Rep. Veronica Escobar: Congress Needs to Act on the Border Crisis

"Representative Veronica Escobar, she's a Democrat on MSNBC yesterday. But you know, we see frequently members of Congress, mostly Republicans. I brought a 20% of Congress to El Paso in my first year in Congress as a freshman. For the president. I think absolutely the president should be here. And I think everyone should be here. But more importantly than the president actually being here, I want Congress to act. I would like the State Department to be even more robustly engaged on this hemispheric western hemispheric issue because this is going to take a lot of work. It's going to take legislation and we need that urgency that you talked about. And of course, it's going to take money. This is not an inexpensive fix. People have pointed out to me. He got miles and miles of border. Trump was trying to fix that. Trump wanted to, if Trump was in office, I really suspect, and I don't think this is a stretch, we wouldn't have the crisis we're having today.

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Migrants at US-Mexico border await ruling on asylum limits

AP News Radio

01:06 min | Last month

Migrants at US-Mexico border await ruling on asylum limits

"Thousands of migrants are gathered along both sides of the U.S. Mexico border, waiting to learn if the title 42 ban on asylum seekers will be lifted or remain in place. The limitations blocking migrants from coming into the U.S. to seek asylum were slated to be lifted Wednesday, but an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court by conservative led states has put the health rule and migrants in limbo. Thousands of people gathered in El Paso, Texas already, where the National Guard is monitoring them for exposure to the cold, with temperatures in the 30s. Thousands more are waiting on the Mexican side of the border. In Juarez. Kelly Ruiz, a teacher from Venezuela, says she's afraid if she turns herself in, she'll be turned away, but says she's going to try and has faith. Francisco palacios is with his wife and three year old daughter in Tijuana. He says the family came there from central Mexico two weeks ago to escape violence and gangs that have been demanding part of his income. He's already been turned to a twice from the San Diego border crossing. I'm Jackie Quinn

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El Paso Mayor Wants the U.N. Involved to Resolve Border Crisis

Mark Levin

01:55 min | Last month

El Paso Mayor Wants the U.N. Involved to Resolve Border Crisis

"There seems to be a crisis at the border according to one Democrat mayor's name is Oscar lesser And Oscar lesser eyes on CNN today says that he wants the United Nations the UN to come and have a say in the border crisis Now I find this interesting because what is the UN have to do with the United States and Mexico border Right I mean that's the first thing that goes through my mind but listen to this I had the Arkansas governor on NASA Hutchinson who is a Republican And he says well the buck does stop with the administration He does believe the onus is on Congress to act He believes it's a band aid as well Do you think there's room for bipartisanship in Washington and would you like to see that Obviously yes Well it's our good step We need to work together in regardless of parties because this is a U.S. United States problem that we all need to work together It's not possible problem It's a lot better than honestly believe it's bigger than the United States We need to work with the UN to work with other countries to be able to come up with a program that becomes humanitarian for everyone So this is where I fall on this I stop listening when you start saying things you win world economic all these big you know outside of the sovereignty of the United States because we really don't have anything to do with that We really don't Just because we might be a member state doesn't mean that there's any issue here There's zero I mean we agree to take a million refugees or immigrants a year more than anybody else All right I think that's enough That's the to me the extent of it But that was let's see just making sure I get his name right Oscar lesser and he is on with Don limon as I like to call him Don lemon from the new CNN morning show I hear they have astronomical ratings by the way doing really really really doing something actually They're just doing something

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Suspense builds at border over future of US asylum rules

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last month

Suspense builds at border over future of US asylum rules

"The crisis at the U.S. border with Mexico plays out in court and in some cities and towns around the country. The federal government facing a deadline today to respond after the Supreme Court stepped in yesterday. The chief justice putting a temporary hold on the expiration of title 42, the pandemic era policy used to expel migrants without allowing them to request asylum. It was set to expire tomorrow, but several Republican led states, including Texas appealed to keep it. El Paso mayor Oscar Lisa issued a state of emergency. The shelters and waters are completely full today. And that they believe that there's about 20,000 people ready to come into El Paso. And the Texas National Guard is sending 400 troops to El Paso. I'm Julie Walker.

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 Texas mayor declares state of emergency over migrant swell

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Texas mayor declares state of emergency over migrant swell

"A state of emergency has been declared in the city of El Paso, Texas, ahead of Wednesday's expected lifting of the title 42 restrictions on asylum seekers. We know that the influx on Wednesday will be incredible. El Paso mayor Oscar leeser says already. There are hundreds and hundreds of migrants camping out on the streets of his city, expecting that on Wednesday the title 42 health band that allowed the expulsion of asylum seekers will expire. And that means many more will come. Talking to some

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Thousands of Illegal Aliens Will Cross After Title 42 Ends

Mark Levin

01:27 min | Last month

Thousands of Illegal Aliens Will Cross After Title 42 Ends

"This rule 42 will be lifted As a result of a ruling by judge Emmett Sullivan and Washington D.C. who hasn't stepped a foot in El Paso Dax's or McLean or McAllen Texas The estimates right now are that the immigration surge each day will double From 7 to 8000 to 15,000 a day 15,000 immigrants illegal immigrants will cross the border Every day now for those of you who are good at math that's 450,000 every month 450,000 every month I want you to think about that Almost 6 million give or take for the entire year one year In two years we already have four and a half million illegal aliens in this country's result of the Biden administration They keep saying there's 11 million Folks are on 11 million There's got to be 30 million We have 50 million people in this country of 320 million who were not born here

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Caller Hopes Trump Will Advocate for the Impeachment of Biden

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:55 min | Last month

Caller Hopes Trump Will Advocate for the Impeachment of Biden

"As that major announcement goes, I can tell you what I hope you said. I'd like for him to come out and just tell the Republican members of the House and the Senate to vote against this omnibus bill to not support this cinema tillis bill on immigration, raising the debt ceiling. Just all of the crap that's going on and just tell the Republicans to quit collaborating with these socialists. But along with that, God, I would like to see him come out and advocate for the impeachment of Joe Biden on the grounds of treason. Treason for not enforcing the southern border, treason for the contents of the hundred and Biden laptop showing collusion with China and being compromised. And collusion with the Tam, the DNC and the FBI and DHS on rigor and election. I mean, the evidence is all right there. But I would love to see him come at swinging and advocating for all of that because what's going on in the southern border cot just makes me sick. We are literally watching an invasion. I kept thinking in 1941 after a Pearl Harbor was attacked, that Christmas, at least president Roosevelt was trying to rally the nation. We came together. In 1913, Woodrow Wilson sent general Patton in a Mexico, the chased out Pancho villa, and here it is, we're being invaded right now with upwards of close to 20,000 people a day. And our president is doing nothing but just escorting in the middle of the country and spread them out. And it's treason, nothing but trees. And the poor people in El Paso are just they don't know what to do. I mean, just imagine 14,000 people every single day showing up in your community saying, here we are, Biden said to come, now you gotta take care of us.

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Bill Melugin: Migrant Caravans Coming With Title 42 Ending

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last month

Bill Melugin: Migrant Caravans Coming With Title 42 Ending

"In The New York Times literally titled we can replace them This is their thing They are obsessed with the idea of the aggregation of power through illegal immigration and an open border It is their thing just listen to them That's why it's driving them crazy that a lot of people in the Cuban and Venezuelan community are starting to vote Republican along with other Hispanic voters along the border It's driving them nuts because they're the ones that talk about demographic destiny all the time Listen to Bill malloy's coverage of the massive wave of people coming in now that they know title 42 One of our few memes right now to keep a bunch of illegal immigrants from just walking right into the country by the millions One of the few tools is about to expire Check this out Sunday Night in El Paso an enormous migrant caravan of well over 1000 people crossed illegally into El Paso last night El Paso media reporting It is potentially the biggest mass crossing in the city's history potentially at least in decades and you can see from this video wave after wave after wave of hundreds of these migrants just walking across the river and then gathering on the U.S. side of the river They form a single file line which you'll see in the video at some points goes as far as the eye can see CBP source is telling Fox News in the last 24 hours alone That El Paso sector has had nearly 2400 illegal crossings They've got more than 5000 people in custody right now in the city of El Paso's reporting as of this morning border patrol has already started master releasing several hundred migrants to El Paso city streets as border patrol It's completely overwhelmed

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"So we service all 50 states as well to here in El Paso. Okay, you know what I was just thinking about the border thing being a border city. You probably have a lot of Spanish speakers and documents are in Spanish. I imagine to get them the documents to be legitimate here in the states. They have to be an English format. You can't send something to the state of Texas, for example, in Spanish. Is that right? How do you guys overcome that or deal with that? Yes, sir. So we do have a translator here at the office as well to social translate the documents from Spanish to English from everything from a marriage license. So birth certificate and then I will be able to notarize the document myself. We also do apostles as well too, which we work with a third company out in Austin, Texas. So you don't even look the finger for the apostle or a translation, just drop off the documents to us, and we'll take care of all the hard work. Oh, cool. Apostle service. I'm familiar with that. Do you guys do a lot of those? Yes, we do. We average maybe three, four, a week. And we actually serve pretty much all the countries around the world. Here in El Paso, so if you have a document or a merit certificate out of India, we'll be able to take care of that for you as well too or even far away from China or even country in Europe will take care of that apostle work for you. Okay, cool. You know, just occurred to me. You guys, I know that I kind of looked this up before we interviewed today that a notary can only charge like $6 at first. But is there any additional fees for going out to come visit me? I imagine you have to charge something, right? Yes. What are your feet starting? So you are absolutely correct. So it's $6 per signing per document. And we do charge a mobile fee, which is going to be $25 per mobile. And that goes for anywhere in El Paso, even if you're on the 7 9 9 one two zip code, which is the west side or to the 7 9 9 three 8 zip code, which is on the far east side. It will be the same $25, but we charge 6 additional dollars for the documents. Okay, great. So I actually like to end these interviews with something fun or something interesting. What sticks out in your mind is the most crazy or funniest or just coolest notary you've ever done. Oh man, there I could literally write a book on me being a notary for the last 5, 6, 7 years I've been doing this. It's an amazing job what I do. But to answer that question, I will I did two notaries on one day. One was around the afternoon around 5 o'clock. I walked into their house and it was literally a zoo in their two story house, meaning they had all different types of animals..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Definitely. <Speech_Male> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> So when <Speech_Male> we actually say <Speech_Male> mobile <Speech_Male> we mean <Speech_Male> mobile. So wherever <Speech_Male> you're around <Speech_Male> will go exactly <Speech_Male> near you <Speech_Male> to your location <Speech_Male> if that <Speech_Male> is on the bridge <Speech_Male> to a Starbucks <Speech_Male> to a <Speech_Male> parking lot to <Speech_Male> your home to your <Speech_Male> business, your office, <Silence> 24 7, <SpeakerChange> we will <Speech_Male> come to you. <Speech_Male> Okay, <Speech_Male> so when you say go to the bridge, you're <Speech_Male> talking about <SpeakerChange> the border <Speech_Male> bridge, right? <Speech_Male> Yes, sir. <Speech_Male> Yes, that is correct. <Speech_Male> So we actually <Speech_Male> service all 5 <Speech_Male> bridges. <Speech_Male> These aggressive <Speech_Male> bridge all the way to <Speech_Male> the Santa Fe bridge <Speech_Male> if you're on the far east side, <Speech_Male> that will be the Santa Fe <Speech_Male> bridge, if you're more central, <Speech_Male> which is the west <Speech_Male> side, central <Speech_Male> will service you <Speech_Male> on the Santa <Speech_Male> Fe bridge. <Speech_Male> And basically <Speech_Male> how it works is we'll meet <Speech_Male> you halfway on the bridge <Speech_Male> so nobody is crossing on <Speech_Male> over. <Speech_Male> Right. It's <Speech_Male> incredibly easy for the <Speech_Male> individual <SpeakerChange> who's in Mexico. <Speech_Male> Doesn't have to <Speech_Male> cross on over. <Speech_Male> That's interesting, man. <Speech_Male> That's really interesting, <Speech_Male> actually. <Speech_Male> What kind of things <Speech_Male> do you <Speech_Male> notarize <Speech_Male> on the bridge? Like <Speech_Male> what kind of documents <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> just out of curiosity? <Speech_Male> That's <Speech_Male> actually a good question. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> It just is varies from <Speech_Male> everything from a par of <Speech_Male> attorney to <Speech_Male> a medical part of attorney <Speech_Male> wills <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> quite a bit of the documents <Speech_Male> we actually do here <Speech_Male> in El Paso is the mortgage <Speech_Male> documents, <Speech_Male> which we service everybody <Speech_Male> from <Speech_Male> someone who's <Speech_Male> in the state of New York, <Speech_Male> but for <Speech_Male> some reason they're living <Speech_Male> in Mexico. <Speech_Male> We'll be able to notarize <Speech_Male> that mortgage documents <Speech_Male> for them as well too. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Deeds as well to <Speech_Male> transfer of ownerships, <Speech_Male> corporate documents, <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> you <Speech_Male> name it, we do it. <Speech_Male> Okay, <Speech_Male> great. <Speech_Male> So <Speech_Male> let's say I'm <Speech_Male> buying a car from out <Speech_Male> of state and those documents <Speech_Male> need to be notarized. <Speech_Male> Can you notarize <Speech_Male> documents <SpeakerChange> that <Speech_Male> are from out of state? <Speech_Male> Yes, definitely. <Speech_Male> So the only thing that <Speech_Male> varies is <Speech_Male> that we'll have to <Speech_Male> cross out basically <Speech_Male> where the state of let's <Speech_Male> say Louisiana <Speech_Male> will have to put in the <Speech_Male> state of Texas and obviously <Speech_Male> the county of El Paso. <Speech_Male> But <Speech_Male> that is something <Speech_Male> we do on <Speech_Male> a daily basis <Speech_Male> with transfer of <Speech_Male> ownership documents <Speech_Male> or <Speech_Male> motor vehicle excuse <Speech_Male> me. And <Speech_Male> we do everything <Speech_Male> from Louisiana to <Speech_Male> Oklahoma <Speech_Male> to Washington <Speech_Male> states to <Speech_Male> even Wisconsin state. <Speech_Male>

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Welcome to another episode of El Paso local area business talk. This is shady, and I'm here with Marco Sierra, the CEO and manager of quick mobile notary. How's it going work? I'm doing well. How are you doing today? I'm doing pretty good, man. Thanks for asking. I just want to thank you for coming out here and to talk to us about the services that you offer and let's just get right into it, yeah? Sounds good to me. All right, cool, man. So, you know, I know what notaries do, but you guys are mobile notary business. So can you just kind of explain the difference? Yes, awesome. Actually, we're a unique business here in all passive taxes. So when we mean mobile, we actually mean mobile meaning we come to you. So our notary services, we do everything from notarizing a power of attorney documents, wills, medical power, turning documents, and mortgage documents. We meet individuals on the bridge from Mexico as well to. So if you're in the El Paso area, a Paso county will come to you, give us at least an hour notice and we'll be coming right to you. You don't even have to lift a finger. Okay, great. So I guess one of my questions is if I'm going to hire you guys and you guys are going to come to say my office or my house or something like that to get some documents signed. What do I need to bring with me to the notary signing? Okay. So there's a couple of things that you need to do when we are actually going to be meeting you at your office, your home. First we need to bring one of the following forms of identification. You're going to need your driver's license or state driver's license ID, meaning here in Texas, New Mexico, California, Arizona, something in that nature or your military ID or passport. And in case you forget something, we also do credible witnesses as well too, meaning the individual who is going to be saying you are the actually John Doe Amy Smith will be a credible witness..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Provides mobile services that way it makes it a little easier for you to get papers, documents, home loans, anything that you need notarized. And of course, the mobile part means we come to you. You don't have to drive to our location. Well, that seems really nice and convenient. You guys are here in the El Paso area on the east side, right? Correct. Yes. Do you service other cities, other areas? All around El Paso, so lost cruises, Anthony, horizon, sokoro, fabians, give us a call and were available for you. All right, that's great. Also do you guys do notaries on the bridge for people that are trying to get married? What kind of noters do you do when you go on the half bridge like that? Yes, absolutely. That is one of the services that we offer. It is a half bridge notary. So we will meet you half bridge that we, for other people who could not come to cross El Paso. We will meet you there. Any kind of services that you need a lot of people have asked for power of attorneys, marriage licenses that need notarized, you give us a call and we're available. All right. Can you go and just give me a list of some of the type of notaries you do? And what does an odor do exactly? So a notary is going to verify your identity whenever you're signing a legal document. We do power of attorneys, medical documents, employments, the I 9s, loan documents, mortgage loans. Transfer for vehicles. Court information that needs to be notarized. We provide a lot of different services. All right. Seems pretty easy and convenient. Do you guys speak Spanish? Say, I bless bangle. Yes, we do. We are bilingual service. Yeah. So go and tell me what it means to be a notary in Spanish to you. All right. Yes, of course. So are you wanting me to say it to you in Spanish? Yeah, just go ahead for our Spanish speaking audience to just kind of listen to what services you're offering. As one said, we see mobile. They're not that yes, but I'm also say this, but you can also see them. Preston Mosley Casa Lisa is the antho. Bode is, but documentos, medical financieros. It's almost Bill lingers and own system of this Bonneville 7 8 parasa. Awesome. You know, I can imagine most people are working from 9 two 5. Do you guys offer your services after hours and on weekends? We are a 24 7 service. So anytime that you need something notarized, we will fit you into our schedule. All right, that sounds great. Let's see what else can ask you. All right, I just remembered I was going to ask you, what about the fees? How much do you charge to come out to do in notary? Give me some examples of some fees that you charge for say a bill of sale. Maybe you're doing some legal documents, translation, stuff like that. Okay, so our prices are about $30. That's where. The..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Okay, so you know, I'm not a truck driver myself, but I understand if you have a commercial driver's license or a CDL, you're not eligible to take defensive driving. So obviously, you can't guarantee this missile every time, can you? No, the way the law is right now is they're very, very strict on commercial driver's licenses. Who get traffic citations. And the reason why is because they have a tremendous greater responsibility because they're usually the ones that you see on the roadway driving the semis, the 18 wheelers. The state of Texas wants to prevent people from having a license if they have multiple violations or convictions on their record, the state does not want you operating those types of vehicles because they can potentially be very deadly on the road. An employer certainly aren't going to hire a commercial driver if they have anything on their record. So the way the law works so unfortunately is that you can't do any type of deferred disposition so that it doesn't go on your record. The state wants wants to get a conviction on your record and the reason why is because they have no other alternatives to offer you as a defense lawyer. The best that they can offer you as a reduced fine. So I handle commercial driver's license, tickets, a little bit differently in that we will do everything we can to try to get those dismissed oftentimes we'll actually end up having to go to a jury trial on those, especially the author of members and there are no mistakes on the documents of the state provides us. And we also handle with the whole appellate process as well, because we understand that commercial garbage licenses can not have anything affecting their record..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"They set their own cases based on based on their availability based on the officers based on when they can get a prosecutor. So it generally can take anywhere from approximately three to 6 months on average. But as a defense lawyer, I will tell you that the longer it takes to get your citation resolved, it's actually maybe to your benefit. Because over time, witnesses tend to lose their memory. Especially police officers who is going to be the primary and only witness that may be testifying against you. They oftentimes forget because he's police officers deal with issuing thousands of tickets in a month. And so the longer you push the delay out, generally the better chances are of you actually ultimately eventually getting a dismissal. Now if you're on a time constraint, let's say you're trying to get a job and your employer wants you to resolve your traffic tickets that are still outstanding. Oftentimes we will definitely try to put pressure on the courts to go ahead and give you as quickly as possible a court date. And we will file a motion to expedite your traffic ticket if that is requirement that you're asking us to do. But just but if not, I say the benefit is that the longer delay that you're citation takes with the courts, the chances are better that you are going to possibly get the citation dismissed so that you don't have to pay any fines, any core costs, and it won't be on your record. Great, great. I just got a couple more questions for you before I let you go. I know you're pretty busy guy. But obviously you're going to do movement violations like speeding tickets, failure to signal on a change of lanes. But do you also do just paper violations like when people have inspection or registration, no insurance stuff like that? Yes, absolutely..

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"And then you're also going to then have to deal not only with the original citation that you receive. Let's say you received citation for speeding or failing to signal or running a red lot. You're going to have to also deal with a citation that was issued for you're not appearing within the 20 days that the ticket citation instructed you to do. That's a separate ticket that you will also have to deal with. And keep in mind that these are class C misdemeanors, which are punishable by up to $500 in fines. That's not including core cost. So it's very likely that you could end up potentially having to pay thousands of dollars for a ticket that you have that has turned into a warrant. But I can definitely help you all with that. And I'd be happy to explain the process of what we do when you do have a warrant. Well, that sounds like a lot of money for just a traffic ticket. You know, sometimes people just don't want to deal with the headache. What if they just decide to just pay the fine directly or just pay their ticket off? Why can't I do something like that? Well, you can do that, but I strongly recommend that you don't do that because once you do that, then that becomes a conviction on your record. And that conviction will stay on your record. It will make it very difficult if you are looking for work and employer is going to likely do a background check and I'll see that you have a ticket. And that's definitely going to be an issue that you'll have to address with any potential employer. And also in the state of Texas, they do still suspend licenses for people who have multiple violations. The state, even though they did away with the surcharge program back in 2019, they are still suspending licenses for people who have a poor driving record..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Higher risk category as far as an employer wanting to hire you. And the reason why is because they don't want to take the possibility of any potential liability down the road if they hire an individual whom has outstanding tickets or has a history of traffic tickets if the employee is to ever have gotten involved in any type of an accident, injured somebody, the other injured party can potentially sue the employer for what's called negligent and trust meant by hiring that employee knowing when they knew or should have known that they had a potential dangerous driving record. So it's definitely going to hurt your chances from getting any type of employment. Okay, that's good information. Let me ask you another question because in the past I used to get traffic tickets and I would just take a defensive driving class. Well, what's the benefit of hiring a turn if I can just go take a defensive driving class? Well, the benefit for hiring an attorney of course is that I have a very good track record for getting tickets dismissed. And there's a very good chance that we can get that dismissed because even if you take the defense of driving course, you are still going to have to pay a court cost. Which court costs are approximately they have gone up as of late and you're looking at approximately close to a $150 just in court cost. Then you have to take the driving class and most courts require you to do a Texas certified approved driving course. So you're looking at spending more money on taking the class, which is usually 6 to 8 hour class that you will have to endure, especially if you're busy. That's definitely takes time out of your day. So hiring a lawyer such as myself, we can potentially avoid from you have to take defensive driving..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Tickets and traffic ticket law here in El Paso, Texas. Robert how are you doing today? Good, thank you, David. Appreciate you having me. Yeah, no problem. It's a pleasure. Well, basically we want our audience to know is just kind of like what a traffic ticket lawyer does. So maybe you can kind of explain the ins and outs of that. And maybe if you let's say I came to him like, hey man, I got a traffic ticket. Can you help me? What would you say to me? Well, first I would say absolutely, I can help you. And I'm glad that you contacted me. It's important that if you get a traffic citation that you try to address have it addressed immediately, there are certain time limits that you have to appear to court and you certainly don't want to miss those time limits and risk having a warrant issued for your arrest. So it's important that you either deal with it yourself or I recommend you contact an attorney who has experience in dealing with traffic tickets. And the benefit for hiring an attorney such as myself is that we go through and handle your case from the beginning to the end. So that you don't have to worry about going to court. If you contact my office, we'll take down your information. We'll look to see if, in fact, we can pull that up on the online system, or if not, we will contact the court to get more information. And we'll file an entry of appearance. And what that means is that we're going to be pleading not guilty to your citation. And we're going to also be requesting any and all documents that are in possession of the state, including your copy of your actual citation that you receive from the officer. As well as the criminal complaint, which is a charging instrument that they use to formally charge you in a court. Now it is a class C misdemeanor, however, it's still a criminal offense. And so it's very important that you deal with these because you don't want it affecting your record. And there's a lot of problems that can happen. If you don't deal with a traffic ticket. Yeah, that's good information to know. So, you know, a lot of people will ask me like, if they get a traffic ticket, can they just kind of just put it in their glove box and ignore it? I can imagine that's just a bad idea. Can you explain what would happen if somebody just ignored traffic citation that they got pulled over? Well, yeah, it's a very bad idea because what will happen is normally you have ten days to 20 days, depending on which court where you have to go to court and they will ask you to how do you plead if you want to sign a plea form?.

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Awesome. Okay, so you know, I'm not a truck driver myself, but I understand if you have a commercial driver's license or a CDL, you're not eligible to take defensive driving. So obviously, you can't guarantee this missile every time, can you? No, the way the law is right now is they're very, very strict on commercial driver's licenses. Who get traffic citations. And the reason why is because they have a tremendous greater responsibility because they're usually the ones that you see on the roadway driving the semis, the 18 wheelers. The state of Texas wants to prevent people from having a license if they have multiple violations or convictions on their record, the state does not want you operating those types of vehicles because they can potentially be very deadly on the road. An employer certainly aren't going to hire a commercial driver if they have anything on their record. So the way the law works so unfortunately is that you can't do any type of deferred disposition so that it doesn't go on your record. The state wants wants to get a conviction on your record and the reason why is because they have no other alternatives to offer you as a defense lawyer. The best that they can offer you as a reduced fine. So I handle commercial driver's license, tickets, a little bit differently in that we will do everything we can to try to get those dismissed oftentimes we'll actually end up having to go to a jury trial on those, especially the author of members and there are no mistakes on the documents of the state provides us. And we also handle with the whole appellate process as well, because we understand that commercial garbage licenses can not have anything affecting their record. And so we have to fight those very, very vigorously because the state prosecutors, they have.

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"They set their own cases based on based on their availability based on the officers based on when they can get a prosecutor. So it generally can take anywhere from approximately three to 6 months on average. But as a defense lawyer, I will tell you that the longer it takes to get your citation resolved, it's actually maybe to your benefit. Because over time, witnesses tend to lose their memory. Especially police officers who is going to be the primary and only witness that may be testifying against you. They oftentimes forget because he's police officers deal with issuing thousands of tickets in a month. And so the longer you push the delay out, generally the better chances are of you actually ultimately eventually getting a dismissal. Now if you're on a time constraint, let's say you're trying to get a job and your employer wants you to resolve your traffic tickets that are still outstanding. Oftentimes we will definitely try to put pressure on the courts to go ahead and give you as quickly as possible a court date. And we will file a motion to expedite your traffic ticket if that is requirement that you're asking us to do. But just but if not, I say the benefit is that the longer delay that you're citation takes with the courts, the chances are better that you are going to possibly get the citation dismissed so that you don't have to pay any fines, any core costs, and it won't be on your record. Great, great. I just got a couple more questions for you before I let you go. I know you're pretty busy guy. But obviously you're going to do movement violations like speeding tickets, failure to signal on a change of lanes. But do you also do just paper violations like when people have inspection or registration, no insurance stuff like that? Yes, absolutely..

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"And then you're also going to then have to deal not only with the original citation that you receive. Let's say you received citation for speeding or failing to signal or running a red lot. You're going to have to also deal with a citation that was issued for you're not appearing within the 20 days that the ticket citation instructed you to do. That's a separate ticket that you will also have to deal with. And keep in mind that these are class C misdemeanors, which are punishable by up to $500 in fines. That's not including core cost. So it's very likely that you could end up potentially having to pay thousands of dollars for a ticket that you have that has turned into a warrant. But I can definitely help you all with that. And I'd be happy to explain the process of what we do when you do have a warrant. Well, that sounds like a lot of money for just a traffic ticket. You know, sometimes people just don't want to deal with the headache. What if they just decide to just pay the fine directly or just pay their ticket off? Why can't I do something like that? Well, you can do that, but I strongly recommend that you don't do that because once you do that, then that becomes a conviction on your record. And that conviction will stay on your record. It will make it very difficult if you are looking for work and employer is going to likely do a background check and I'll see that you have a ticket. And that's definitely going to be an issue that you'll have to address with any potential employer. And also in the state of Texas, they do still suspend licenses for people who have multiple violations. The state, even though they did away with the surcharge program back in 2019, they are still suspending licenses for people who have a poor driving record..

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"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Higher risk category as far as an employer wanting to hire you. And the reason why is because they don't want to take the possibility of any potential liability down the road if they hire an individual whom has outstanding tickets or has a history of traffic tickets if the employee is to ever have gotten involved in any type of an accident, injured somebody, the other injured party can potentially sue the employer for what's called negligent and trust meant by hiring that employee knowing when they knew or should have known that they had a potential dangerous driving record. So it's definitely going to hurt your chances from getting any type of employment. Okay, that's good information. Let me ask you another question because in the past I used to get traffic tickets and I would just take a defensive driving class. Well, what's the benefit of hiring a turn if I can just go take a defensive driving class? Well, the benefit for hiring an attorney of course is that I have a very good track record for getting tickets dismissed. And there's a very good chance that we can get that dismissed because even if you take the defense of driving course, you are still going to have to pay a court cost. Which court costs are approximately they have gone up as of late and you're looking at approximately close to a $150 just in court cost. Then you have to take the driving class and most courts require you to do a Texas certified approved driving course. So you're looking at spending more money on taking the class, which is usually 6 to 8 hour class that you will have to endure, especially if you're busy. That's definitely takes time out of your day. So hiring a lawyer such as myself, we can potentially avoid from you have to take defensive driving..

Texas
"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

El Paso Local Area Business Talk

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on El Paso Local Area Business Talk

"Tickets and traffic ticket law here in El Paso, Texas. Robert how are you doing today? Good, thank you, David. Appreciate you having me. Yeah, no problem. It's a pleasure. Well, basically we want our audience to know is just kind of like what a traffic ticket lawyer does. So maybe you can kind of explain the ins and outs of that. And maybe if you let's say I came to him like, hey man, I got a traffic ticket. Can you help me? What would you say to me? Well, first I would say absolutely, I can help you. And I'm glad that you contacted me. It's important that if you get a traffic citation that you try to address have it addressed immediately, there are certain time limits that you have to appear to court and you certainly don't want to miss those time limits and risk having a warrant issued for your arrest. So it's important that you either deal with it yourself or I recommend you contact an attorney who has experience in dealing with traffic tickets. And the benefit for hiring an attorney such as myself is that we go through and handle your case from the beginning to the end. So that you don't have to worry about going to court. If you contact my office, we'll take down your information. We'll look to see if, in fact, we can pull that up on the online system, or if not, we will contact the court to get more information. And we'll file an entry of appearance. And what that means is that we're going to be pleading not guilty to your citation. And we're going to also be requesting any and all documents that are in possession of the state, including your copy of your actual citation that you receive from the officer. As well as the criminal complaint, which is a charging instrument that they use to formally charge you in a court. Now it is a class C misdemeanor, however, it's still a criminal offense. And so it's very important that you deal with these because you don't want it affecting your record. And there's a lot of problems that can happen. If you don't deal with a traffic ticket. Yeah, that's good information to know. So, you know, a lot of people will ask me like, if they get a traffic ticket, can they just kind of just put it in their glove box and ignore it? I can imagine that's just a bad idea. Can you explain what would happen if somebody just ignored traffic citation that they got pulled over? Well, yeah, it's a very bad idea because what will happen is normally you have ten days to 20 days, depending on which court where you have to go to court and they will ask you to how do you plead if you want to sign a plea form?.

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"paso" Discussed on Making Democracy Work

Making Democracy Work

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on Making Democracy Work

"This one one more piece of paper. But this shows there was a difference of five votes for donald trump in the entire el paso county between what Clear ballot interpreted on the ballots. And what dominion did so. It's a small number and that number is intended to great confidence that the existing was pretty close. So do you have all those documents. Pdf that you can send me that. We can include for our listeners to review. It would sure that'd be great. The more information we can give them the better. So an overview. What are those bullets for clear ballot. You know you told me what risk got it was but those bullet points at the differences the clear ballot audit is of all the ballots in the election. But but it is not all the paper ballots in the election is just the digital images created by the dominion system which itself is presumably the subject of the audit. So what's happening is you're looking at something that data. That might already be compromised. That is to say the image is not necessarily perfect representation of what's on paper in reality. It isn't it really very much isn't a good representation because it's it's called a single bit per pixel which means it's either all black or white no gray. It deliberately eliminates the red colors on the paper ballots so few the voter happened to mark in red pen..

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"paso" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"paso" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"paso" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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